6 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- a statement that seems contradictory yet can impress some truth
"men hold me formidable for guile in peace and war"
- repition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
- long journey, complicated
Ex: the odessey
- when the reader knows something the character doesn't
Ex: when Eumaeus, Penelope and Telemachus don't know the Beggar is Odysseus when we do
- an extended simile
5 True/False questions
epic hero → larger-than-life, super human, cunning, confident, clever, archetypal figure, known to dismiss warnings
archetypal → representing or constituting an original type after which other similar things are patterned
Ex: Calypso represents womens fondness of nature
epic → naming someone in a way that helps you memorize them, characterize a person/thing
Ex:"My quiet Penelope"
imagery → larger-than-life, super human, cunning, confident, clever, archetypal figure, known to dismiss warnings
subject analysis → breaking down subject matter into specific topics and concepts it includes.