A team who consults their notes will lose their entire wager.
1. List as many naturalist principles as you can
Poetry & E
Poetry & E
Epiphany is best described as
A. The part of a plot where setting and characters are introduced
B. The point where conflict is resolved
C. A point in the story where a character achieves insight he did not previously have
D. An implied theme that relates to life
A short story is a. Short prose fiction b. Short prose fiction with one major conflict c. Short fiction with an inciting incident, turning point, and resolution
The six basic elements of all fiction are
Plot, ______, setting, tone/mood, conflict, theme
Produce a plot
Sequence with all parts labeled
The _______ is the point at which the
Rising action begins
Conflict is best defined as a. What makes all fiction interesting b. The element that give the story suspense c. The struggle between two opposing forces in fiction d. A struggle between two or more characters
Explain the difference between mood and tone
Theme is often reveal by a.
The title b. The lesson a character learns c.
The setting of the story d. Both A and B e.
None of the above
Provide one example of allegory and explain why
The work/fable is classified as such
NAME THE LITERARY DEVICE:
________is a reference, within a literary work to another work of fiction, a film, a piece of art, or even a real event.
It serves as a kind of shorthand, drawing on this outside work to provide greater context or meaning to the situation being written about.
Synonym for Cadaverous
The crowd went their separate ways and then
I _____ on a journey to the underworld
What’s the difference between
Metonymy and synecdoche?
A sonnet is comprised of
Fourteen lines: one octave and one
Name a synonym Reprove
(also a vocab word)
What’s the root mean?
Name the device
Ten thousand eyes were on him
(assume 5,000 people were in the crowd)
One unit of meter
What two characters in Of Mice and Men serve as foils to one another? How?
“Like old beggars under sacks”
Name the speaker-
“Noblest Roman of them all ”