- 1 Liberty ENGL 102 Test 1 Answers Complete Solutions
- 1.1 STATUS
- 1.1.1 Question 16
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Liberty ENGL 102 Test 1 Answers Complete Solutions
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One can conclude from the passage that ____________.
How the excerpt opens and how it ends ___________.
What human characteristic is thematized in the excerpt?
How the story opens and how it ends ________________.
The fact that most of the villagers participate in the lottery suggests that ____________.
The protagonist or main character in this short story is called Paul.
In “Young Goodman Brown,” Hawthorne includes the names of actual (historical) persons, such as
According to the lectures (PointCast), literature reading forces the person to interact with material in order to sustain mental activity.
The American author who added an interest in people’s personalities, emotions, and attitudes to the writing of short narrative fiction was the
In “The Rocking Horse Winner,” Paul’s mistake of confusing “luck” with “lucre” causes the unhappiness and tragedy in the story.
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The opening sentence of this story suggests that the mother “had no luck.”
“I said I wanted to see his house.” … “He showed it to me.” “Pinched anything?” This quotation appears in
An example of verbal irony in “The Rocking Horse Winner” is the opening statement that the mother “had no luck.”
Short fiction began in America, and Nathaniel Hawthorne added an interest in people’s personalities, emotions, and attitudes.
The civic‑minded, progressive character in “The Lottery” was
A few early American authors were the first masters of the short story form.
Sir Christopher Wren designed St. Margaret’s Cathedral.
The term used to describe the angle of vision from which a story is told
Fables are stories about animals that are often used to teach a moral.
A story that is told by a third‑person narrator who knows only the actions and thoughts of the protagonist or a limited number of characters.
Hawthorne’s perspective is that all men are potentially evil and potentially good.
The Greeks did little to develop literature with the notable exception of Virgil’s Aeneid.
In “The Rocking‑Horse Winner,” Hester is Paul’s
In “The Rocking Horse Winner,” the irony of situation is manifested when Hester thinks she’s lucky because she “married for love” and “had bonny children.”
One of the characters in this story believes that luck is “what causes you to have money.”
“”Wren built that house, father says.”…”The man who built St. Paul’s.” This quotation appears in
Church history provides much evidence for an antipathy and hostility on the part of Christians (the church) toward literature.
Unlike the novel, the short story unfolds only one predominant event or incident.
Old Misery’s lav survived even though the house next door was destroyed by a bomb.
The antonym (word with opposite meaning) for a character who is static and unchanging or who undergoes no change.
“My love and my Faith,…of all nights in the year this one must I tarry away from thee.” Who made this statement?