ABEKA WORLD LITERATURE TEST 6 (SEMESTER EXAM)

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wrote “The Inspiration of Mr. Budd”
Dorothy Sayers
Thomas á Kempis wrote this devotional book
~Of the Imitation of Christ~
excelsior
still higher
wrote “The Great Stone Face”
Hawthorne
the one most like the Great Stone Face
Ernest
The Gessler brothers in “Quality” made what?
boots
use of soft, smooth sounds
euphony
use of rough, harsh sounds
cacophony
pattern “nike swoosh nike swoosh ‘ “
anapestic
pattern ” ‘ nike swoosh nike swoosh”
dactylic
pattern “nike swoosh ‘ “
iambic
pattern ” ‘ nike swoosh”
trochaic
pattern ” ‘ ‘ “
spondaic
“the land was ours before we were the lans’s” is an example of what?
iambic pentameter
wrote “The Destruction of Sennacherib”
Byron
Psalms use the construction of two or more thoughts in the same pattern
parallelism
in “What Men Live By,” Michael learns that men live by what?
love
a sonnet is an example of what?
fixed form
a Petrarchan sonnet is also called what?
Italian sonnet
how many lines are in a couplet?
two
wrote ~Silas Marner~
George Elliot
what time of year is described in “Sonnet LXXIII: That Time of Year”?
autumn
in what country did haiku poetry originate?
Japan
hired man in “The Death of the Hired Man”
Silas
Edgar Allen Poe wrote a poem about a ____ tapping at a chamber door
raven
Leiningen finally conquered the invading ants by doing what?
flooding his plantation
Mr. Budd dyed William Strickland’s hair what color?
green
wrote “The Erl-king”
Goethe
to say that a pine tree “sleeps” and “dreams” is an example of what?
personification
wrote “The Pied Piper of Hamelin”
Browning
how many lines are in a limerick?
five
wrote “i thank you god for this most amazing”
Cummings
Jimmy Valentine changed his name to what?
Ralph Spencer
what subject does Miss Dove teach?
geography
involves only one syllable
masculine rhyme
Pearl S. Buck grew up in what country?
China
what is the “IT” in “I Like to See It Lap the Miles”?
train
arrangement of incidents or events in a story
plot
central idea which gives a work meaning
theme
sonnet made up of three quatrains and a couplet
English
what form of poetry did Robert Browning perfect?
the dramatic monologue
“I wanted to pass for childless once”
Godfrey Cass
married Silas’s fiancee
William Dane
innkeeper
Mr. Snell
tailor and parish clerk
Mr. Macey
“for I am ugly–there’s no denying that: I feature my father’s family”
Priscilla Lammeter
wheelwright
Ben Winthrop
orphan found on a hearth
Eppie Marner
“as for her own person, it gave the same idea of perfect unvarying neatness as the body of a little bird”
Nancy Lammeter Cass
Raveloe’s rector
Mr. Crackenthorp
drowned in the Stone-pits
Dunstan Cass
“she was the person always first thought of in ravel when there was an illness or death in a family”
Dolly Winthrop
found dead in the snow
Molly Farren
“the Squire’s sister, as well as the doctor’s wife–a double dignity, with which her diameter was in direct proportion”
Mrs. Kimble
blank verse
unrhymed iambic pentameter
rhythm
regular recurrence of sound or motion
meter
occurrence of rhythm at regular intervals
quatrain
group of four lines
protagonist
the main character or rival
rhyme
correspondence of sounds
free verse
poetry with no metrical pattern
antagonist
an opposing character or rival
Robert Frost
American poet who wrote about New England rural life
Victor Hugo
French author who is best known for his novels ~Les Misérables~ and ~The Hunchback of Notre Dame~
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
only American to have his bust placed in the Poet’s Corner of Westminster Abbey
Isaac Watts
English writer of metrical Psalms
Alfred Lord Tennyson
19th-century Victorian poet
Katherine Mansfield
writer from New Zealand
Christina Rossetti
English poet of Italian ancestry
Leo Tolstoy
Russian novelist
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
British author who created Sherlock Holmes
“his queer long coat from heel to head/was half of yellow and half of red”
“Pied Piper of Hamelin”
“how they tinkle, tinkle, tinkle,/in the icy air of night”
“The Bells”
“I know how the caged bird feels, alas!”
“Sympathy”
“this thou perceivest, which makes thy love more strong, to love that well which thou must leave ere long”
“Sonnet LXXIII: That Time of Year”
“into each life some rain must fall,/some days must be dark and dreary
“The Rainy Day”
“forgive my hat”
“The Garden-party”
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