Other than exposing the evils of slavery in the American South, what motivation likely drove Harriet Beecher Stowe to write
Uncle Tom's Cabin?
The character Lennie in
Of Mice and Men is not aware of his _____.
In Charlotte Perkins Gilman's 'The Yellow Wallpaper,' what image begins to haunt the narrator?
In Kate Chopin's 'The Story of an Hour,' what does Louise discovers after her husband's death?
Which of the following is NOT one of the reasons that Kate Chopin's
The Awakening gained so much attention?
What are two main themes conveyed in 'The Old Man and the Sea'?
Which of the following is TRUE about many of the characters in Steinbeck's works?
In Kate Chopin's
The Awakening, why doesn't Robert pursue an affair with Edna?
What is the name of the ship captained by Ahab that Ishmael and Queequeg join in 'Moby Dick'?
Which of the following statements about Thoreau's time near Walden Pond is FALSE?
How does The Custom of the Country satirize the institution of marriage?
Its protagonist, Undine Spragg, falls in love with a married man, in an age when adultery was taboo.
Its protagonist, Undine Spragg, falls in love with the caretaker of her sickly husband.
Its protagonist, Undine Spragg, was a wealthy woman who married a lower class man, in an age when the mixing of classes was taboo.
Its protagonist, Undine Spragg, goes through a series of husbands, in an age when divorce was taboo.
Why is Paul's friend Kat an important character in the novel?
The narrator of 'Moby Dick' opens the story with what famous line?
In Charlotte Perkins Gilman's 'The Yellow Wallpaper,' why did Gilman use postpartum depression as the source of the narrator's sickness?
How can the Old Testament of the Bible be applied as a moral allegory to Herman Melville's
In Kate Chopin's
The Awakening, which of the following is NOT one of the reasons Edna chose to walk into the water?
How is the message of enduring friendship exemplified in
Of Mice and Men?
How does Kate Chopin's 'The Story of an Hour' communicate the idea that marriage can be oppressive for women?
Which Steinbeck's novel includes significant Biblical imagery, particularly references to Cain and Abel?
In John Steinbeck's
Of Mice and Men, what is a main theme relating to the title?
How do we get a glimpse into Hemingway's mind by reading 'The Old Man and the Sea'?
What are the two main themes discussed in
All Quiet on the Western Front?
Which novel earned Edith Wharton the Pulitzer Prize?
In Captain Ahab's mind, what does Moby Dick symbolize that motivates his obsession with the beast?
Which short story of Chopin captures the emotions of a female protagonist as she copes with her husband's supposed death?
Why do so many people call this novel the greatest war novel?
Why did Kate Chopin's 'The Awakening' initially cause controversy?
How did Thoreau's
Civil Disobedience encourage Americans to oppose immoral government spending?
Which of the following was a theme that ran through dark romantic novels such as Moby Dick?
In Kate Chopin's 'The Story of an Hour,' what would a happy ending for the protagonist look like?
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