Literature Terms II Q 6 Q 16 Q 11 Q 21 Q 1 Q 2 Q 7 Q 12 Q 17 Q 22 Q 8 Q 13 Q 18 Q 3 Q 23 Q 9 Q 4 Q 14

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      Literature Terms II
Q1   Q6     Q 11   Q 16      Q 21
Q2   Q7     Q 12   Q 17      Q 22
Q3   Q8     Q 13   Q 18      Q 23
Q4   Q9     Q 14   Q 19      Q 24
Q5   Q 10   Q 15   Q 20      Q 25
                            Final Jeopardy
           Question 1

Poetry with no set meter or rhyme
scheme.
      Answer 1


What is – free verse ?
         Question 2

A kind of style, usually of art or
literature; e.g. mystery, romance,
 or western
    Answer 2


What is – genre ?
    Question 3

A huge exaggeration.
     Answer 3

What is – hyperbole ?
           Question 4

Ten-syllable lines in which every
other syllable is stressed .
         Answer 4


What is – iambic pentameter ?
            Question 5

The use of description that helps the
reader imagine how something looks,
sounds, feels, smells, or tastes .
    Answer 5

What is – imagery ?
            Question 6

A rhyme that occurs within one line .
        Answer 6

What is – internal rhyme ?
        Question 7

Language that means exactly
what it says .
       Answer 7


What is – literal language ?
           Question 8

A type of poetry that expresses the
poet’s emotions, often telling some
sort of brief story, engaging the
reader in the experience.
      Answer 8


What is – lyric poetry ?
          Question 9

A comparison that doesn’t use
“like” or “as”; an implied
comparison of unlike things.
     Answer 9

What is – a metaphor ?
            Question 10

The pattern of stressed and unstressed
syllables in the lines of a poem.
    Answer 10


What is – meter ?
       Question 11

A long speech by one character
in a play or story .
      Answer 11


What is – a monologue ?
         Question 12

The emotional atmosphere of a
given piece of writing .
  Answer 12

What is – mood ?
         Question 13

A theme or pattern that recurs
in a work .
   Answer 13


What is –motif ?
            Question 14

A legend that embodies the beliefs of
people and offers some explanation
for natural and social phenomena.
  Answer 14


What is – myth ?
         Question 15


The use of words that sound like
what the mean, such as “buzz”.
       Answer 15


What is – onomatopoeia ?
         Question 16


A phrase made up of two seemingly
opposite words .
     Answer 16


What is – to contrast ?
    Question 17

A seeming contradiction.
    Answer 17

What is – a paradox ?
         Question 18

A humorous, exaggerated imitation
of another work .
    Answer 18


What is – a parody ?
        Question 19

Giving an inanimate object human
characteristics .
       Answer 19

What is – personification ?
           Question 20

The action of a story; summarizes
the plan or main story of a literary
work .
 Answer 20

What is – plot ?
           Question 21

Writing organized into sentences and
paragraphs.
   Answer 21

What is – prose ?
           Question 22

The main character of a novel, play
or story .
      Answer 22

What is – the protagonist ?
           Question 23


The use of a word in a way that plays
on it different meanings.
  Answer 23


What is – a pun?
 Question 24

A four-line stanza.
    Answer 24

What is – a quatrain ?
          Question 25

A question that is not meant to be
answered .
          Answer 25


What is – a rhetorical question ?
        Final Jeopardy

Language that conveys a certain
idea by saying just the opposite;
divided into three types.
Final Jeopardy Answer


   What is – irony ?

				
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