ENG-3UAP-Exam-Review-.doc - ENG 3UAP Exam Review Name Section A Sight Passage(30 marks Instructions Read the essay Arming the Spirit by George Faludy

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ENG 3UAP Exam Review Name:________________________ Section A: Sight Passage (30 marks) Instructions: Read the essay “Arming the Spirit” by George Faludy and answer each of the following questions in proper sentence and/or paragraph form. Use specific quotations from the poem to support your responses. 1.What type of essay is George Faludy “Arming the Spirit”? Provide and explain two specific examples from the essay to support your answer (3 marks). 2.What is Faludy purpose in writing this essay? Provide evidence to support your answer (4marks). 3.What is the thesis of “Arming the Spirit”? Provide two arguments from the essay to support your answer (3 marks). 4.Who is Faludy’s intended audience? Provide two examples from the text to support your argument (3 marks). 5.What is the tone that Faludy utilizes in his essay? Provide two examples from the text to support your viewpoint (3 marks). 6.Identify three literary techniques used by Faludy in his essay (3 marks). Provide an example of each technique directly from the essay (3 marks). 7.Do you think that George Faludy is right to feel guilty about the young man who died? (4marks). 8.Explain the meaning and significance of the title “Arming the Spirit” (4 marks). 1) Outline the similarities and differences between Macbeth and The Crucible , Macbeth and Lord of the Flies , and Lord of the Flies and The Crucible 2) Write a sample essay question for each of the two novels listed above.
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Section A: Sight Passage “Arming the Spirit” by George Faludy Some years ago in Hungary I found myself, for the second time in my life, in a concentration camp. There were some thirteen hundred inmates: democrats, Catholics, liberals, socialists and people without any political preferences, most sentenced to hard
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