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NAME________________________________________Period ______Literary Terms Quiz #1Part I. Matching.A. AlliterationI. AntithesisB. AttitudeJ. AssonanceC. AsyndetonK. ChiasmusD. AllegoryL. ApostropheE. Begging the questionM. AphorismF. AllusionN. Appeals to… authority, emotion, logicG. CanonH. Anaphora1.____A figure of speech and generally a syntactical structure wherein the order of the terms in the first half of a parallel clause is reversed in the second2.____The regular repetition of the same words or phrases at the beginning of successive phrases or clauses3.____That which has been accepted as authentic4.____A literary, historical, religious, or mythological reference in a literary work5.____An argumentative ploy where the arguer sidesteps the question or the conflict, evades or ignores the real question6.____The juxtaposition of sharply contrasting ideas in balanced or parallel words, phrases, grammatical structure, or ideas7.____The sense expressed by the tone of voice or the mood of a piece of writing; the author’s feelings toward his or her subject, characters, events, or theme.