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_________ a fully developed character having both faults and virtues the reader knows well
a) Flat Character b) Static Character c) Round Character d) Dynamic Character
a group of lines in a poem
a) Resolution b) Stanza c) Exposition d) Paragraph
_________ a central message, idea, or concern that is expressed directly or indirectly
a) Central/Main Idea b) Drawing Conclusion c) Theme/Unifying Idea d) Inference
deduce or conclude (information) from evidence and reasoning rather than from explicit statements.
a) Inference/Inferred b) Analysis c) Comprehension d) Anecdote
A character that has many character traits that can sometimes contradict one another
a) Static Character b) Flat character c) Round Character d) Dynamic Character
_________ clearly and directly stated
a) Explicit b) Implicit c) Denotation d) Connotation
_________ attitude the writer takes toward his subject or audience such as formal or informal
a) Mood b) Setting c) Tone d) Characterization
_________ interrupts the sequence of events in order to relate an earlier incident or set of events
a) Foreshadow b) Personification c) Characterization d) Flashback
_________ a character who does not undergo a change over the course of the story
a) Dynamic Character b) Static Character c) Flat Character d) Round Character
A comparison made without using like or as
a) Metaphor b) Simile c) Alliteration d) Allusion
_________ creative writing technique used to appeal to the imagination and create visual images
a) Literal Language b) Connotation c) Explicit d) Figurative Language
_________ use of extreme exaggeration; example, I am so hungry I can eat a whole elephant.
a) Hyperbole b) Personification c) Imagery d) Metaphor
5. _________ positive or negative emotional feeling a word is associated with or causes
a) Denotation b) Connotation c) Explicit d) Implicit
_________ understood but not directly stated
a) Implied Meaning/Implicit b) Explicit c) Denotation d) Connotation
a reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary work, or work of art
a) Connotation b) Allusion c) Denotation d) Inference
._________ type of literature: poetry, prose, drama
a) Prose b) Stanzas c) Genre d) Plot
_________ the sequence of events in a literary work
a) Theme b) Exposition c) Motivation d) Plot
. _________ can be an internal or external struggle between opposing forces/characters in a story
a) Conflict b) Setting c) Theme d) Analysis
26. _________ a reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary work, or work of art
a) Alliteration b) Allusion c) Connotation d) Denotation
22. _________ the atmosphere or feeling you have as you read a text such as: melancholy, eerie, upbeat, scary, suspenseful
a) Tone b) Setting c) Mood d) Diction
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