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Literary Concepts - Quiz 2

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First person Point of View
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Pick the best choice that matches the following definition: a literary device in which a writer gives an advance hint of what is to come later in the story
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Pick the best word that goes in the blank space below: When we interpret a story we ______ support our ideas with evidence from the text.
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Fill in the Blank with the correct word choice. Definition (________ Character): A dramatic character who undergoes little or no inner change; a character who does not grow or develop.
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Fill in the blank with the correct word choice. Definition (_______ motives): when a character is motivated in two opposing directions.
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Pick the best choice that matches the following definition: reason behind a character's specific action or behavior
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Pick the word that best matches following the definition: The circumstances that form the settng for an event, or idea, and in terms of which it can be fully understood.
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Is the statement "by identifying the dynamic character and how they grow, one will be able to identify the theme of the story" a reasonable answer to the question "why is it important to identify a dynamic character when analyzing a story?"
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Which one of the following options is not true: What should the audience be aware of when reading a first person P. O. V. narrative? A. Understand P. O. V. character to be aware of biased perceptions. B. Pay particular attention to actual things that happen. C. Analyze the character by identifying faulty perceptions. D. Recognize that the protagonist is the authority on the subject discussed in the narative.
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Pick the best choice that matches the following definition: The character is conflicted between attraction and repulsion for the same choice.
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Pick the best choice that matches the following definition: The character is conflicted between repulsion for two distinct choices.
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Fill in the blank with either "true" or "false". The following statement is ______. When considering a first person point of view the audience may have limited information as the main character may be biased and the narrative is limited to the main character's perceptions.
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