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5 Matching questions

  1. Satire
  2. Apostrophe
  3. Idiom
  4. Prose
  5. Paradox
  1. a An expression whose meaning is not predictable
  2. b Genre that uses irony
  3. c Ordinary form of spoken/written language
  4. d Statement that is self contradictory but is reality
  5. e An abscent person, abstract

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Narrator who does not or cannot comprehend the world
  2. special pattern of speech
  3. Purposful making fun of someone
  4. Combines normal contradictiory terms
  5. Author's attitude toward the reader

5 True/False questions

  1. ParodyOrdinary form of spoken/written language


  2. MythClimate or feeling


  3. AllegoryWork created to mock, comment, or make fun of


  4. FlashbackPurposful making fun of someone


  5. ArchetypeFigurative way of representing; meaning other than literal meaning