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SAT Subject Test Literature: Tutoring Solution Final Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of the following sentences contains a mixed metaphor?

Question 2 2. How did the creation of Angria and Gondal impact Emily and Charlotte Bronte?

Question 3 3. Why is it a bad idea to use only short subject-verb sentences?

Question 4 4. Why was The Great Gatsby not well regarded by some readers when it was originally published?

Question 5 5. Francis Bacon's ideas became the foundation of the modern study of _____.

Question 6 6. Why was the fact that Chaucer wrote in the vernacular of the time in which he was living considered pretty revolutionary?

Question 7 7. How did Samuel Beckett influence later playwrights?

Question 8 8. Which of the following is NOT an innovation introduced to theater during the Renaissance?

Question 9 9. Why did many Lost Generation writers live in Europe?

Question 10 10. What conflict is a common theme among the heroines in Jane Austen's novels?

Question 11 11. What is the prevailing moral dilemma that plagues Huck throughout the novel?

Question 12 12. During the English Civil War, why did John Milton support Oliver Cromwell?

Question 13 13. How do Jane Austen's novels, including Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice have a similar type of plot?

Question 14 14. Despite the fact that the publication of Uncle Tom's Cabin had great impact at the time, what was NOT a consequence of the book's popularity?

Question 15 15. Which of the following works of Ben Jonson's did Samuel Taylor Coleridge refer to as one of the most perfect plots in all of literature?

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