5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Stream of Consciousness
- Humor Target
- Slant/Near Rhyme
- a the piling up of images or concrete details. A listing
- b A technique that presents thoughts as if they were coming directly from a character's mind. Instead of being arranged in chronologiccal order, the events of the story are presented from the character's feelings and memories just as they might spontaneously occur in the mind of a real person.
- c an external part
- d Humorists generally have a target; they make jokes at someone else's expense.
- e Rhyming that often uses assonance or consonance only. Slant rhyme differs from a perfect rhyme in that nat all of itrs vowel or consonant sounds match those of the rhyming word.
5 Multiple choice questions
- A term first used by Gertrude Stein to describe the post-World War 1 generation of American writers: men and women haunted by a sense of betrayal and emptiness brought about by the destructiveness of war.
- to take value away from the whole
- to agree
- rapidness of action
5 True/False questions
Sufficed → rubbed out
Stark → Writing that uses humor to ridicule or criticize individuals, ideas, institutions, social conventions, or other works of art and literature.
Ruthless → merciless
Sluggish → slow in movement
Romanticism → A literary movement that sought to portray ordinary life as real people live it. Attempted to show characters and events in an objective, almost factual way.