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5 Matching questions

  1. Historical Novel
  2. Third Person Omniscient
  3. Epistolary
  4. Persona
  5. Gothic Romance
  1. a full-length fiction book, using historical facts as its basis for plot or setting, but including imaginary characters and dialogue.
  2. b Point of view in which an all-knowing narrator who is privy to the thoughts and actions of any or all characters.
  3. c An individual's characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, and acting.
  4. d A form of novel in which magic, mystery, horrors, and chivalry abound; works having extravagant characters, remote or exotic settings, adventure, magic, chivalry, and love.
  5. e is a novel written as a series of documents. The usual form is letters, although diary entries, newspaper clippings and other documents are sometimes used.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A struggle between a character and an outside force
  2. the point when the conflict is resolved and remaining loose ends are tied up
  3. a novel in which the examination of intellectual issues and concepts takes precedence over characterization or a traditional storyline
  4. The context in time and place in which the action of a story occurs.
  5. A narrative device, often used at the beginning of a work that provides necessary background information about the characters and their circumstances.

5 True/False questions

  1. PlotSequence of events in a story


  2. Styleis the codified gestures, in which the author tells the story. Along with plot, character, theme, and setting, style is considered one of the fundamental components of fiction


  3. Hamartia (Tragic Flaw)A character flaw that causes the downfall or death of a person of high rank/status


  4. Third Person ObjectiveThe narrator is an outsider who can report only what he or she sees and hears. This narrator can tell us what is happening, but he can't tell us the thoughts of the characters.


  5. Motivationliterally means "beyond fiction". This novel type self-conciously addresses the devices of fiction exposing the fictional illusion.