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User: The novel as we know it developed before drama. True False Question #3TextMultipleChoice Score: A novel of mannerspsychological novelsociological novelpicaresque novelnovel of sentimentnovel of incident is a type of novel that deals with domestic tragedy. Question #4TrueFalse Score: Plot and conflict operate within the setting. TrueFalse Question #5MultipleSelect Score: Check all of the qualities that best describe the character. Silas Marner honestintrovertedintelligentattractivebittercompassionatecharmingdistrustfulcowardlythief Question #6TrueFalse Score: William Shakespeare was an accomplished Elizabethan dramatist. TrueFalse Question #7TextMultipleChoice Score: The first European novel, according to the text, is Don QuixotePamelaRobinson CrusoeGulliver's Travels. Question #8TrueFalse Score: In Eliot's novel Silas Marner, the incident that brought Eppie to Silas was a new job. TrueFalse Question #9TextMultipleChoice Score: A picaresque novelpsychological novelnovel of incidentsociological novelnovel of mannersnovel of sentiment is a type of novel that places a great deal of emphasis on motives, circumstances, and interior characterization. Question #10TrueFalse Score: William Congreve was an accomplished Elizabethan dramatist. TrueFalse Question #11TextMultipleChoice Score: The catalyst that begins the major conflict is the resolutioncomplicationclimaxexposition. Question #12MultipleSelect Score: Check all of the qualities that best describe the character. Godfrey Cass honestselfishintrovertedintelligentresponsiblecharmingkindheartedcowardlygenerousthief Question #13MultipleChoice Score: _____ is not one of the main components of literary criticism. AnalysisParaphraseEvaluationInterpretation Question #14MultipleSelect Score: Check all of the qualities that best describe the character. Dunstan honestevilarrogantdeceitfulselfishaffectionatethiefkindheartedcompassionate Question #15Matching Score: 1. concludes whether or not what the writer says is worthwhile static character 2. examines how the author presents his message novel 3. examines what the writer says an evaluation 4. a long prose narrative metaphor 5. a character that does not change over the duration of the story an interpretation 6. a figure of speech, an unstated comparison an analysis 7. a literal and concrete representation of an experience plot 8. a character that changes over the course of the story image 9. series of planned incidents with a climax and resolution symbol 10. something that stands for something else but also has a literal identity dynamic character Question #16TextMultipleChoice Score: A picaresque novelnovel of incidentnovel of mannerssociological novelpsychological novelnovel of sentiment is a type of novel that deals specifically with the nature, function, and effect of society and social forces on characters. Question #17TextMultipleChoice Score: The set of events that bring the story to a close is the resolutionexpositioncomplicationclimax. Question #18TextMultipleChoice Score: A novel of mannersincidentsentimentmotives deals with customs. Question #19TrueFalse Score: Heroic dramas were sometimes written in rhymed couplets. TrueFalse Question #20MultipleChoice Score: In writing a critical review of a novel, you should choose as your subject _____. everything in a novelan approach that can be declared in one sentencethe retelling of the plot Question #21TextMultipleChoice Score: A sociological novelnovel of incidentnovel of sentimentpicaresque novelnovel of mannerspsychological novel is characterized by portraying the lower classes. Question #22TextMultipleChoice Score: The information needed to understand a story is the complicationclimaxresolutionexposition. Question #23MultipleChoice Score: Silas Marner might be considered a novel of _____. motivesmannersincidentsentiment Question #24MultipleChoice Score: An element that is essential to a classical novel is _____. a doctrinean evil antagonista handsome protagonista suitable subject Question #25TrueFalse Score: Some early novels were partially a reaction against what the authors considered the immoral content of burlesque and pantomime. TrueFalse Question #26MultipleChoice Score: In Silas Marner, the character Nancy Lammeter could be described as _____. responsible and attractivepoor and shrewishplain and simple Question #27Paragraph Score: How should you support the thesis of your critical review? how i shouls support the thesis of my critical review,well how i can support the thesis is saying the nararator and his writing is good but can be more better at what he doess n explaing the characters.Rich Text EditorEditor toolbars Press ALT 0 for help Upload Answer File Max File Size : 10MB Accepted File Type : csv,doc,pdf,xls,xlsx,docx,jpeg,jpg,ppt,pptx,txt,rtf,mdb,accdb,pub,odf,odt,ods,odp File Actions No File UploadDelete Uploaded files will not be scored by WRITER. Question #28TrueFalse Score: The plot and characters should operate within the atmosphere established in a novel. TrueFalse Question #29TextMultipleChoice Score: The turning point in the story that occurs when characters try to resolve the complication is the climaxresolutionexpositioncomplication.

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