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The story A Dangerous Game is mostly about-
a) two friends on a hunting trip gone wrong b) hunting big game animals c) man being hunted by man d) man vs nature
The story A Christmas Memory is mostly about-
a) a collection of Christmas memories. b) two odd friends and spirit of giving. c) a crazy old woman and her dog. d) fruitcake weather.
The story Marigolds is mostly about-
a) a young lady coming of age. b) Marigold flowers that are destroyed c) children in the Depression d) Mrs. Lottie
The story Interlopers is mostly about-
a) a hunting trip gone wrong. b) an accident in the woods c) wolves d) two enemies that settle a fued
The "all knowing" narrator is
a) omniscient b) first person c) third person d) voice
The overall style and use of language that identifies an author is-
a) omniscient b) tone c) voice d) first person
When an author tells a story from a he/she perspective of one character it is called-
a) first person b) thrid person c) tone d) omniscient
When a story is narrated from an "I" perspective it is called-
a) first person narrator b) third person narrator c) omniscient d) tone
The attitude an author takes toward a person, subject, or idea is called-
a) first person narrator b) third person narrator c) omniscient d) tone
A device authors use to set the mood and atmosphere of a setting is-
a) tone b) mood c) images d) atmosphere
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