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Mid-term Study Guide

Mid-term Study Guide - These are the works that may be...

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Mid-Term Exam Information Your mid-term exam will consists of multiple choice questions, identifying quotations, and a short paragraph you will write on a given topic. For the quotations, you will need to identify the work it is from as well as its author. The short stories and poems along with their authors/poets will be listed on the exam. Review the elements we have mentioned that apply to understanding literature: theme, plot, character, setting, symbol, simile, metaphor, enjambment, sonnet, rhyme, connotations and denotations or words, what literally goes on in a story or poem, personification, oxymoron, narrator/persona.
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Unformatted text preview: These are the works that may be represented on your exam: “To See the World in a Grain of Sand” “London” “Acquainted with the Night” “The Road Not Taken” “Sailing to Byzantium” “Theme for English B” “To Lucasta” “Dulce et Decorum Est” “Welcome to Hiroshima” “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas” “The Things They Carried” “Hyacinth Drift” “House on Mango Street” “Sweat” “A Clean Well-Lighted Place” “Appointment in Samarra” “El Parque de las Palomas” “The Storm”...
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