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5 Matching questions

  1. Middle English
  2. THorton Wilder
  3. Sanra Cisneros
  4. linking verb
  5. sonnet
  1. a 14 line poem, usually in iambic pentamitar
  2. b House on mango street
  3. c Chaucer, More's- Utopia, Malory's Le morte d' Arthur, shakespear- Everyman Politcal and religious unrest; Humanism and morality
  4. d A verb that does not show action but connects the subject with a word in the predicate.
  5. e Our TOwn

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. / U U
  2. the 1969 autobiography about the early years of black writer and poet Maya Angelou. It is a coming of age story that illustrates how strength of character and a love of literature can help overcome racism and trauma. Title comes from Paul Lawrence Dunbar's poem "Sympathy"
  3. story of a protagonist who is repeatedly raped by a man she thinks is her father. A missionary family in Africa adopts the resulting children. The protagonist's sister, Nettie, works for the missionary family, and the novel takes the form of a series of letters between the sisters. Name this Pulitzer Prize winning novel featuring Celie.
  4. Something that can be seen touched tasted or felt Something tangible
  5. Fiction that deals with current and future development-- Orwell's 1984, ALdous Huxley's Brave New world Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451

5 True/False questions

  1. Pearl S BuckThe Mystery of Ewin Drood, Great expectations


  2. Elizabethiana humorous verse form of five anapestic lines with a rhyme scheme of aabba


  3. Frame Talea narritve technique in which the main story is composed primarily for the purpose or organizing shorter stories, each is a story within a story. -- Chaucer's "Canterbury tales and Emily Bronte's Wulthering Heights


  4. C.S. Lewiswrote Chronicles of Narnia,


  5. the great gatsbyThe (1922) T. S. Eliot's epic poem, depicting a world devoid of purpose or meaning.


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