One of the interior crypts in "The Cask of Amontillado" is styled after Parisian catacombs.
Twain wrote "The Jumping Frog of Calaveras County."
A sense of wonder and the belief that people are good characterize Romanticism.
The Romantic Movement started sometime around 1820.
The Realist writers wanted to depict the world as it was and not how they wanted it to be.
One of the first steps of poetry analysis is to read a poem out loud.
Emily Dickinson dressed only in blue later in her life.
The idea of an "oversoul" is a part of the transcendental movement philosophy.
Fortunato murdered Montresor.
Emily Dickinson is considered to be a Romantic writer.
Which writer was a humorist? Ralph Waldo Emerson Edgar Allan Poe Emily Dickinson Mark Twain None of the above
Dan'l Webster is a character in which work? The Speech of Chief Seattle One of Dickinson's poems The Jumping Frog of Calaveras County The Cask of Amontillado None of the above
The Jumping Frog of Calaveras County
Which of the following is a phrase from "The Jumping Frog of Calaveras County"? Because I could not stop for Death I called on good-natured, garrulous old Simon Wheeler Insist on yourself; never imitate All of the above None of the above
I called on good-natured, garrulous old Simon Wheeler
Jim Smiley was known to be a: Law man Newspaper man Doctor Lucky gambler Unlucky gambler
Which poem mentions the "superb surprise"? Because I could not stop for Death Tell all the Truth I dwell in Possibility Some keep the Sabbath going to Church None of the Above
Tell all the Truth
Which poem depicts death as a carriage driver? Tell all the Truth Because I could not stop for Death I dwell in Possibility Some keep the Sabbath going to Church None of the above
Because I could not stop for Death
Who wrote "The Cask of Amontillado"? Twain Poe Emerson Dickinson None of the above
Which writer mentions "gossamer" and "tulle"? Poe Twain Dickinson Seattle None of the above
Which of the following is not one of the steps of poetry analysis? Use a dictionary Focus on the speaker Focus on the audience Make a character chart None of the above
Make a character chart
Which of the following was written by Edgar Allan Poe? The Jumping Frog of Calaveras County Tell all the Truth Because I could not stop for Death The Cask of Amontillado None of the above
The Cask of Amontillado
Match the names with the animal or person:
Jim Smiley » 4 : one who liked to make bets Dan'l Webster » 2 : frog Simon Wheeler » 5 : storyteller Andrew Jackson » 1 : bullpup Fifteen-minute nag » 3 : mare
T. S. Eliot was a pediatrician. True False
Robert Frost was a Modernist poet. True False
"The Road Not Taken" is a poem by William Carlos Williams. True False
Robert Frost is considered to be one of the best poets of the Harlem Renaissance. True False
Modernism is distinguished by innovations with form and experimentation. True False
Modernist poetry exalts the beauty of nature. True False
The town of Seney has been burned before Nick sees it when he gets off the train. True False
In "The Road Not Taken" the speaker remembers his moment of pondering two roads and making a decision. True False
"The Red Wheelbarrow" is a long, contemplative poem. True False
Langston Hughes was a prominent writer from the Harlem Renaissance. True False
Which of the following are Modern poets? Frost Cummings Eliot None of the above All of the above
All of the above
Which of the following is a poem by Langston Hughes? The Negro Speaks of Rivers The Wasteland The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock All of the above None of the above
The Negro Speaks of Rivers
Amanda is a character in which work? The Glass Menagerie Big Two-Hearted River Neighbor Rosicky The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock None of the above
The Glass Menagerie
Which character goes camping? T. S. Eliot Tom Laura Nick None of the above
Tom is a character in which work? Neighbor Rosicky Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Big Two-Hearted River The Glass Menagerie None of the abov
The Glass Menagerie
Who says, "Do I dare to eat a peach?" Tom Laura Jim J. Alfred Prufrock None of the above
J. Alfred Prufrock
"In the room the women come and go, talking of . . .": T. S. Eliot Botticelli The Wasteland Michelangelo None of the abov
One of T. S. Eliot's most famous poems is called: "Poetry" "Rivers" "The Waste Land" "Fire and Ice" None of the above
"The Waste Land"
What happens to "anyone" in Cummings' poem? : He becomes the mayor He moves away He gets drunk He dies None of the above
Which of these lines is from "Big Two-Hearted River"? The river was there In the room the women come and go I guess my heart was always pretty good All of the above None of the above.
The river was there
Match the title with the author: The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock » 4 : T. S. Eliot Neighbor Rosicky » 1 : Willa Cather The Glass Menagerie » 2 : Tennessee Williams Big Two-Hearted River » 5 : Ernest Hemingway Anyone lived in a Pretty How Town » 3 : E. E. Cummings
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock » 4 : T. S. Eliot Neighbor Rosicky » 1 : Willa Cather The Glass Menagerie » 2 : Tennessee Williams Big Two-Hearted River » 5 : Ernest Hemingway Anyone lived in a Pretty How Town » 3 : E. E. Cummings
Rabbi Binder is a tall, handsome man of thirty.
Tom Buchanan breaks Myrtle Wilson's nose.
Nick Carraway and Daisy Buchanan are cousins.
Jay Gatsby throws parties every Monday night.
The children in "Mericans" played games based on Flash Gordon.
Ozzie Freedman is a character in the story, "The Conversion of the Jews."
In the story, "Mericans," the narrator has an "awful grandmother."
Following Jay Gatsby's death, Nick Carraway relocates to the Midwest.
In "The Conversion of the Jews," the main character, Ozzie, is a Catholic.
Nick Carraway is from Minnesota.
Which character climbs onto the roof?
What will Dee do with the quilts?
Hang them on a wall.
West Egg is located in:
The mention of "La Virgen de Guadalupe" appears in which story?
Rose Hsu's husband is named:
"Auntie Light-skin" is in which story?
Which character is from "The Conversion of the Jews"?
Alice Walker was born in?
In "The Conversion of the Jews," how old is Ozzie?
When he climbs on the roof, what does Ozzie do?
Makes the others get on their knees
Match the character with the title or information.
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