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What is verbal irony?
a) When the opposite of what someone expects to happen happens b) When a character says one thing but means the opposite c) When the audience has more information than the character in a story d) What someone talks too much.
What is the mood of a piece of literature?
a) the author's attitude toward what they are writing b) the feelings or atmosphere a writer creates for a reader c) the moral or lesson of a story d) the point of view from which a story is told
What is dramatic irony?
a) When the opposite of what someone expects to happen happens b) When a character says one thing but means the opposite c) When the audience has more information than the character in a story d) The narrator of a piece of drama
Where is the theme or lesson of a story often found?
a) The exposition b) The rising action c) The climax d) The falling action or resolution
Denotation means...
a) the synonyms of a word b) the antonyms of a word c) a word's dictionary definition d) the connections or associations people have with a word
Connotation means...
a) the synonyms of a word b) the antonyms of a word c) a word's dictionary definition d) the connections or associations people have with a word
In greek, what does the word climax actually mean?
a) turning point b) solution c) suspense d) ladder
What is the definition of the climax of a piece of literature?
a) the turning point and often the point of greatest emotional intensity b) the resolution to the story c) the introduction to the story and its setting and characters d) he consequences of the climax of the story
What is it called when a story is told from the eyes of a child?
a) 1st person point of view b) 3rd person limited point of view c) 3rd person omniscient point of view d) innocent eye point of view
What is the exposition of a story?
a) the turning point and often the point of greatest emotional intensity b) the resolution to the story c) the introduction to the story and its setting and characters d) the consequences of the climax of the story
What is it called when the narrator is not a character in the story but has access to many of the characters' within the story's thoughts and feelings?
a) 1st person point of view b) 3rd person limited point of view c) 3rd person omniscient point of view d) innocent eye point of view
What is it called when the narrator of a story is also a character within the story?
a) 1st person point of view b) 3rd person limited point of view c) 3rd person omniscient point of view d) innocent eye point of view
What is a flat character?
a) the protagonist of a story b) a character who changes over the course of a story c) a one dimensional character that the author does not tell us a lot about d) a three dimensional character that is well developed by the author
What is a round character?
a) the protagonist of a story b) a character who changes over the course of a story c) a one dimensional character that the author does not tell us a lot about d) a three dimensional character that is well developed by the author
What is a static character?
a) a character who changes over the course of a story b) a character who stays the same over the course of a story c) a character that the author does not tell us a lot about d) the anatagonist of a story
Which of the following is NOT part of a story's setting?
a) geographical location b) time period c) mental state of the characters d) all of these are part of a story's setting
What is a dynamic character?
a) a character who changes over the course of a story b) a character who stays the same over the course of a story c) a character that the author does not tell us a lot about d) the anatagonist of a story
Who is the protagonist of a piece of literature?
a) a minor character b) the main character of a piece of literature c) the character or force that works against the main character d) a character who stays the same over the course of a piece of literature
Which of the following is not an example of an external conflict within a story?
a) Person vs. Person conflict b) Person vs. Self conflict c) Person vs. Nature conflict d) Person vs. Society conflict
Who/What is the antagonist of a piece of literature?
a) a minor character b) the main character of a piece of literature c) the character or force that works against the main character d) a character who stays the same over the course of a piece of literature
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