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5 Matching questions

  1. Catalog
  2. Stream of Consciousness
  3. Appendage
  4. Humor Target
  5. Slant/Near Rhyme
  1. a the piling up of images or concrete details. A listing
  2. 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.
  3. c an external part
  4. d Humorists generally have a target; they make jokes at someone else's expense.
  5. 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

  1. 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.
  2. wickedness
  3. to take value away from the whole
  4. to agree
  5. rapidness of action

5 True/False questions

  1. Sufficedrubbed out

          

  2. StarkWriting that uses humor to ridicule or criticize individuals, ideas, institutions, social conventions, or other works of art and literature.

          

  3. Ruthlessmerciless

          

  4. Sluggishslow in movement

          

  5. RomanticismA 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.

          

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