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What is direct characterization?
a) Use of characters' actions, words, or thoughts to help readers infer his or her traits b) Straightforward description of a character’s traits c) Story told using first person pronouns (I, me) d) Story told using third person pronouns (he, she, they)
What is conflict?
a) The struggle between opposing forces; the basis of plot in narrative literature b) The perspective from which a story is told; the narrative method used c) Individuals who participate in the action of a literary work d) The context in which a story takes place, including time, place, and mood
What is setting?
a) The feeling or atmosphere created by the author b) The central idea or message in a work of literature c) The context in which a story takes place, including time, place, and mood d) A person, place, or object that represents something beyond itself, often an abstract concept
What is situational irony
a) A person, place, or object that represents something beyond itself, often an abstract concept b) Contrast between what a character knows and what the reader/ audience knows c) When someone says one thing but means another thing d) When a character or reader expects or intends one thing to happen, but something entirely different happens
What is verbal irony?
a) When someone says one thing but means another thing b) Contrast between what a character knows and what the reader/ audience knows c) When a character or reader expects or intends one thing to happen, but something entirely different happens d) The feeling or atmosphere created by the author
What is dramatic irony?
a) The feeling or atmosphere created by the author b) Contrast between what a character knows and what the reader/ audience knows c) When someone says one thing but means another thing d) When a character or reader expects or intends one thing to happen, but something entirely different happens
What is mood?
a) The context in which a story takes place, including time, place, and mood b) The perspective from which a story is told; the narrative method used c) The feeling or atmosphere created by the author d) The struggle between opposing forces; the basis of plot in narrative literature
What is theme?
a) The central idea or message in a work of literature b) The context in which a story takes place, including time, place, and mood c) Individuals who participate in the action of a literary work d) A character’s struggle within himself or herself, such as competing desires or loyalties
What is indirect characterization?
a) The struggle between opposing forces; the basis of plot in narrative literature b) The perspective from which a story is told; the narrative method used c) Straightforward description of a character’s traits d) Use of characters’ actions, words, or thoughts to help readers infer his or her traits
What is a symbol?
a) The feeling or atmosphere created by the author b) The central idea or message in a work of literature c) A person, place, or object that represents something beyond itself, often an abstract concept d) When a character or reader expects or intends one thing to happen, but something entirely different happens
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