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Question 1 1. When answering multiple-choice questions for literature, in what order should the material be read?
Question 2 2. The last line of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel 'The Great Gatsby' reads as follows: So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past. What point-of-view does this line's narrator have?
Question 3 3. Which of the following contains an example of an allusion?
Question 4 4. What is the basic unit of measurement in poetry?
Question 5 5. Why are epic similes sometimes called Homeric similes?
Question 6 6. In the basic prose structure, what do we call the part where everything ties up in the end?
Question 7 7. Which of the following statements about similes is FALSE?
Question 8 8. 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 9 9. What is analyzing a poem for its rhythm and meter known as?
Question 10 10. Why is it important to read a multiple choice test closely for literature?
Question 11 11. How do metaphors differ from similes?
Question 12 12. Which of the following is an example of auditory imagery from the poem Metaphors by Sylvia Plath?
Question 13 13. In a poem, the _____ is its literal meaning and _____ is what it implies.
Question 14 14. At the beginning of William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet, we are given the information that the characters live in Verona. What basic part of comprehension does this information fulfill?
Question 15 15. Which of the following is an example of an illusion?
Question 16 16. Which of the following would a reader NOT do in the second phase in the literary analysis process?
Raise up thy thoughts above the sky/That dunghill mists away may fly./Thou hast a house on high erect/Fram'd by that mighty Architect,/With glory richly furnished/Stands permanent, though this be fled.