Lit-Term-Quiz-2 - NAME PERIOD Literary Terms Quiz#2 List#1 Matching Match the literary term with its definition A Apostrophe F Antithesis B Assonance G

Lit-Term-Quiz-2 - NAME PERIOD Literary Terms Quiz#2 List#1...

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NAME________________________________________ PERIOD______ Literary Terms Quiz #2 List #1: Matching. Match the literary term with its definition. A. Apostrophe F. Antithesis B. Assonance G. Chiasmus C. Asyndeton H. Anaphora D. Allegory I. Aphorism E. Alliteration J. Allusion 1.____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 second 2.____The regular repetition of the same words or phrases at the beginning of successive phrases or clauses 3.____A literary, historical, religious, or mythological reference in a literary work 4.____The juxtaposition of sharply contrasting ideas in balanced or parallel words, phrases, grammatical structure, or ideas 5.____The sequential repetition of a similar initial sound, usually applied to consonants, usually in closely proximate stressed syllables 6.____A concise statement designed to make a point or illustrate a commonly held belief 7.____A syntactical structure in which conjunctions are omitted in a series, usually producing more rapid prose 8.____An address or invocation to something inanimate 9.____The repetition of identical or similar vowel sounds, usually in successive or proximate words 10.____A narrative in which the characters, behavior, and even the setting demonstrates multiple levels of meaning and significance. Often a universal symbol or a personified abstraction List #1 : Identify the example. Each term from the list above will be used only once. 11. In a story warning against laziness, the main character might encounter figures such as Sloth and Perseverance. Also, the medieval plays Mankind and Everyman ______________________ 12. The famous line from Forrest Gump, “Life is like a box of chocolates – you never know what you’re going to get.” Also, the old Nigerian proverb, “It takes a whole village to raise a child.” ______________

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