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1. Choose the proper spelling.
2. Which is not an element of a story arc?
3. Which of these is not a figure of speech?
4. Choose the sentence with correct spelling and grammar.
5. How is a logos argument different from a pathos argument in writing a persuasion paper?
6. Which of these plays a role in character development?
7. What is a black moment?
8. The most intense part of a story is called...
9. Which sentence is grammatically correct?
10. What is the correct spelling for this word:
11. True or False? Allegories are always metaphors, but metaphors are not always allegories.
12. Would the same environment produce the same reactions on each child?
13. Pick the correct sentence from the following.
14. What are the three dimensions of a character?
15. Which of these refers to a four-lined stanza?
16. What is third person-omniscient perspective?
17. What refers to the order in which subjects, objects and verbs are arranged in a sentence?
18. A story told to teach a life lesson is sometimes called a:
19. What is an oxymoron?
20. What is satire?
21. Generally employing either similes or metaphors, _______ language is not literal and requires a leap in imagination on behalf of the reader in order to describe something.
22. A literary term meaning before a war; more specifically before the American Civil War.
23. What characteristics make up for the physiology of a person?
24. True or False? "Screaming wind" is an example of personification.
25. What is an allegory?
26. Which word is misspelled?
27. _____ refers to the writer's implied attitude toward the characters and events of a work.
28. A damsel in distress, a heroic warrior and a wise old man are all examples of:
29. The antagonist is
30. An epilogue comes _______.
31. Choose the phrase which does not directly establish setting.
32. Which of these is a simile?
33. Third person point of view
34. True or False? The protagonist is always the most virtuous character in a work.
35. What is a meet-cute in screenplay writing?
36. What is the defining element of a parable?
37. The ______ of a work gives the reader clues as to what they can expect from that work's setting, plot events and character archetypes, even before they read the work.
38. Which of the following is the best example of a onomatopoeia?
39. What is a fable?
40. Must height, age, skin coloring be part of the outline of your character?
41. Which is the best example of hyperbole?
42. During an aside, a character:
43. Which is the least common narrative point of view used in creative fiction?
44. What is the difference between "affect" and "effect"?
45. There was a young lady of Niger Who smiled as she rode on a tiger; They returned from the ride With the lady inside, And the smile on the face of the tiger. --Edward Lear This poem is an example of which poetic type?
46. What is hubris?
47. What is magical realism?
48. What word best describes an ordinary form of speech or written word, without metrical structure?
49. Which defines the rules of a literary genre?
50. What is a motif?
51. What kind of device is a red herring in literature?
52. What is jargon?
53. Our story's narrator, James, tells the reader he's been sober for three years. When his girlfriend finds a pile of empty liquor bottles under his bed, we know James is:
54. What is an antihero?
55. What are the three basic elements of a story?
56. Which is NOT an example of figurative language?
57. What is the defining trait of a static character?
58. The sudden and unexpected resolution of a conflict by external forces is referred to as:
59. The narration of "Ender's Game" frequently reveals insights into Ender's internal thought process, and author Orson Scott Card uses the pronoun "he" to refer to its protagonist. What point of view does this novel use?
60. A narrator that has insight into every character's internal thoughts is:
61. What is hackneyed writing?
62. Which of these terms is least like the others?
63. What is the opposite of a non-linear narrative?
64. Deus ex Machina is a literary device that ______.
65. In event-driven fiction:
66. What is the most important element in understanding a character?
67. What is baroque writing?
68. Which of these is NOT an element of the diction of a story?
69. What is denouement?
70. "To be or not to be," is an example of what metrical foot?
71. Consonance is defined as
72. What does "verisimilitude" refer to in writing?
73. Assonance is defined as
74. What type of literary element recognizes specific word choice?
75. What is an epigraph?
76. A bildungsroman is a novel in which the central character:
77. True or False? In a story, "exposition" refers to the crucial moment at which a character's true intentions are exposed.
78. A work of fiction that describes unrealistic events in great detail is called?
79. A character that exists to provide contrast to another character is referred to as a:
80. An invective is
81. A fixed verse form consisting of six stanzas of six lines each, where the words that end each line of the first stanza are rotated in a set pattern throughout the remaining stanzas is known as a(n):
82. The traditional elements of a plot in the correct order are:
83. "Tiger, tiger, BURNING BRIGHT...," is an example of which of the following stylistic devices?
84. Sentences using passive voice often run into problems with _________.
85. What is the law of all movement?
86. Edgar Allen Poe is often called The Father of
87. What is an "Act Break?"
88. An example of synecdoche might be:
89. Which sentence makes use of synecdoche ?
90. "Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house" is an example of anapestic
91. Ernest Hemingway, Bret Easton Ellis, Grace Paley, and Tobias Wolff are usually associated with this style of writing:
92. An example of an amphilogism below would be:
93. What are the two types of characters in fiction?
94. Who are weak characters?
95. What is a tridimensional character?
96. "Do you want to share?", he smiled. In the preceding sentence, "he smiled" is known as a(n):
97. Which is true of a haiku?
98. When a character is considered a polar opposite to another character present in the story, these characters are termed as what?
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