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Jump to Navigation Frame   Your location: Home Page  ›  Coursework  ›  Final Exam Part I--Recall and Analysis  ›  Assessments  ›  View   All Submissions  › View Attempt  View Attempt 1 of 1  Title: Final Exam Part I--Recall and Analysis Started: December 13, 2010 1:01 PM Submitted: December 13, 2010 1:29 PM Time spent: 00:27:59  Total score: 47/75 = 62.6667%   Total score adjusted by 0.0  Maximum possible score: 75  1. Who wrote “The Story of an Hour”?   Who wrote “The Story of an Hour”?    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1.  Susan  Straight      2. Kate Chopin 100%       3. Fay Weldon      Score: 1/1    2. Name the protagonist of “The Story of an Hour.”   Name the protagonist of “The Story of an Hour.”    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1.  Mrs. Mallard 100%       2. Unnamed      3. Clarette      Score: 1/1    3. Read the following passage from “The Story of an  Hour” and choose the letter that best explains its 
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symbolism:   “She could see in the open square before her house the tops of trees tha aquiver with new spring life. The delicious breath of rain was in the air. In below a peddler was crying his wares. The notes of a distant song which was singing reached her faintly, and countless sparrows were twittering i eaves.”    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1.  The contrast  between nature  and civilization      2. The desire for  motherhood      3. The freedom of  independence 100%       Score: 1/1    4. Who wrote “Killings”?   Who wrote “Killings”?    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1.  Edgar Rice  Burroughs      2. Andre  Dubus 100%       3. Raymond  Carver      Score: 1/1    5. In “Killings,” why doesn’t Matt want to look at  anything in Richard Strout’s house?   In “Killings,” why doesn’t Matt want to look at anything in Richard Strout’s
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  Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1.  Because  Strout asks  him not to      2. Because it  will distract  him 0%       3. Because it  will  humanize  Strout      Score: 0/1    6. By the end of “Killings,” Matt is at peace with his  actions.   By the end of “Killings,” Matt is at peace with his actions.  Student Response Value Correct Answer True  0%  False Score: 0/1    7. Who wrote “Mines”?   Who wrote “Mines”?    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback 1.  Susan  Straight 100%       2. Kate Chopin      3. Fay Weldon     
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Score: 1/1    8. What is the name of the protagonist in “Mines”?  
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