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Malik Price 9

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Who is the protagonist in "The Yellow Wallpaper"? (the narrator, the yellow wallpaper, the narrator's husband, all of these, none of these)
the narrator
Who or what is the antagonist in "The Yellow Wallpaper"? (the narrator's husband, the narrator's obession with the yellow wallpaper, the narrator's sister-in-law, all of these, none of these)
all of these
What is the theme of "The Yellow Wallpaper"? (It is the author's comment on male oppression of women; It is a cautionary tale that one should obey her husband; It is an example of what happens when someone fails to obey her doctor's advice, all of these, none of these)
It is the author's comment on male oppression of women
The story line, action is the (characterization, hyperbole, denouement, plot, climax, crisis, metaphor, setting, protagonist, simile)
plot
The turning point of action is the (characterization, hyperbole, denouement, plot, climax, crisis, metaphor, setting, protagonist, simile)
crisis
The resolution is the (characterization, hyperbole, denouement, plot, climax, crisis, metaphor, setting, protagonist, simile)
denouement
The high point of action is the (characterization, hyperbole, denouement, plot, climax, crisis, metaphor, setting, protagonist, simile)
climax
Imaginary people made realistic is the (characterization, hyperbole, denouement, plot, climax, crisis, metaphor, setting, protagonist, simile)
characterization
The background of time, place, and mood is the (characterization, hyperbole, denouement, plot, climax, crisis, metaphor, setting, protagonist, simile)
setting
The main character is the (characterization, hyperbole, denouement, plot, climax, crisis, metaphor, setting, protagonist, simile)
protagonist
A direct comparision is a (characterization, hyperbole, denouement, plot, climax, crisis, metaphor, setting, protagonist, simile)
metaphor
An indirect comparison is a (characterization, hyperbole, denouement, plot, climax, crisis, metaphor, setting, protagonist, simile)
simile
Exaggeration and overstatement is (characterization, hyperbole, denouement, plot, climax, crisis, metaphor, setting, protagonist, simile)
hyperbole
An example of iambic meter would be the word "carpenter." True or False
False
Onomatopoeia is an element of the short story, named for Edgar Allen Poe, the father of the short story. True or False
False
What is the atmosphere of "A Late Walk" by Robert Frost? (somber, gloomy, melancholy, all of these, none of these)
all of these
Wordsworth was famous for the imagery he used in his poems. Which of the following is an example of his imagery? (THERE was a time when meadown, grove, and stream/The earth, and every common sight,/To me did seem/Apparell'd in celestial light, OR The moon doth with delight/Look round her when the heavens are bare;/Waters on a starry night/Are beautiful and fair; OR both of these OR none of these
both of these
The word "microcosmic" has a meaning which suggests that truths and experiences are common to people throughout the world, throughout the ages. True or False
False
Personification is the repetition of initial consonant sounds. True or False
False
Things that can be seen, heard, smelled, tasted, or felt are materials that can be used to create poetic images. True or False
True
The theme of a story is seldom directly stated and must therefore be inferred by the reader from the elements of the story. True or False
True
Poetry must have meter and rhyme in order to be distinguished from prose. True or False
False
Once a poet has established a set meter or rhyme pattern within a poem, he must continue using that pattern throughout the poem to maintain unity. True or False
False
The writer's life experience and background knowledge are not a factor in writing successful fiction. True or False
False
Which of the following terms is not a figure of speech _____. (metaphor, irony, metonymy, clerihew)
clerihew
"Balloon" and "lagoon" are examples of (alliterative, feminine, true, slant) rhyme.
true
An example of slant rhyme that includes consonance is _____. (took-look, look-book, look-boot, look-duck)
look-duck
"When forests walked," is an example of _____. (simile, understatement, assonance, personification)
personification
You may use another poet's work as a model when writing your own, but _____. (stay true to your own experiences and themes OR do not restate the poet's exact words; change them slightly, OR paraphrase rather than directly restating the poet's words)
stay true to your own experiences and themes
What point of view are you using when the thoughts of all characters are revealed to the reader. (omniscient viewpoint, dramatic viewpoint, limited omniscient viewpoint)
omniscient
What point of view are you using when the thoughts of a single character are revealed to the reader. (omniscient viewpoint, dramatic viewpoint, limited omniscient viewpoint)
limited omniscient viewpoint
What point of view are you using when all characters' thoughts are concealed from the reader. (omniscient viewpoint, dramatic viewpoint, limited omniscient viewpoint)
dramatic viewpoint
A character who is one-dimensional, or not fully developed is called a (flat or round) character. Conversely, a character who is complex and three dimensional is called a (flat or round) character.
flat.....round