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Question 1 1. Catharsis is when literature provides an emotional experience that results in a sense of _____.
Question 2 2. Which of the following sentences contains a mixed metaphor?
Question 3 3. Which of the following statements about similes is FALSE?
Question 4 4. In Kate Chopin's novel The Awakening, a caged parrot and mockingbird, a pigeon house, and a broken-winged bird are all symbols representing _____.
Question 5 5. Identify the example of metonymy in this sentence: While not essential to finding a great job, learning a different tongue can make you a much more attractive hire.
Question 6 6. How do allusions differ from other references?
Given Agassi's position and world-class quickness, Federer had to send that ball down a two-inch pipe of space in order to pass him, which he did, moving backwards, with no setup time and none of his weight behind the shot. It was impossible. It was like something out of The Matrix. I don't know what-all sounds were involved, but my spouse says she hurried in and there was popcorn all over the couch and I was down on one knee and my eyeballs looked like novelty-shop eyeballs.