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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. colloquialism
  2. tragic flaw
  3. motive
  4. allusion
  5. romanticism
  1. a word or phrase that is accepted in casual conversation but not for communication
  2. b leads to downfall, usually hubris, pride
  3. c reasons for a character acting a certain way.
  4. d favors the imagination, emotions, and individual originality
  5. e reference to familiar literary person or event

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. imitation of serious literary work inappropriate subject
  2. reoccurring theme
  3. the highest point; the greatest moment or event, turning point
  4. picture aroused in mind, words that summon a image
  5. literary tone used to make fun of human vice or weakness

5 True/False questions

  1. foreshadowsuggest what will come later in a story, novel, or play, hints, or events of same nature


  2. ploteverything that happens in a story, novel, or play


  3. themeunderlying idea of a work


  4. neoclassicismfavors the imagination, emotions, and individual originality


  5. total effectfinal, overall impression, left to the reader


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