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From whose point of view is the novel Speak told?
a) Rachel Bruin b) Andy Evans c) Ivy d) Melinda
The reader knowing more about the night of the party than any of the other characters in the book is an example of:
a) Foreshadowing b) Motif c) Irony d) Symbolism
Which of the following is a motif in the novel Speak?
a) Melinda's throat closing up when people want her to speak b) Mirrors c) Biting her lip d) All of the above
What was the name of Melinda's old clan in the book?
a) Martha's b) Simple Sally's c) Plain Janes d) None of the above
The bus wheezes to my corner is an example of:
a) Metaphor b) Personification c) Symbolism d) Simile
Mom is the rock, I am the ocean is an example of:
a) Metaphor b) Simile c) Motif d) Foreshadowing
I am dropped like a hot pop-tart on a cold kitchen floor is an example of:
a) Metaphor b) Climax c) Personification d) Simile
The class reading the book Scarlet Letter in English class is an example of:
a) Symbolism b) metaphor c) Simile d) Irony
The author calling Andy Evans IT before we know who he is, is an example of:
a) Irony b) Personification c) Foreshadowing d) Symbolism
Melinda hiding in the Janitor's closet is a symbol for:
a) Melinda being lazy b) Melinda avoiding her problems c) Melinda wants to be a janitor d) None of the above
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