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Question options: Internal and external. Internal conflict occurs within the mind of a character who is torn by competing values or needs. External conflict occurs between a character and an outside force such as another
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person, society as a whole, nature, or fate. There are not two types of literary conflict. Within and without. Within conflict occurs when a character battles nature. Without conflict occurs when a character resolves a conflict Self and Other. Self-conflict occurs when a character cannot help another character resolve his or her shortcomings. Other conflict occurs when cultures collide and are in disagreement. Question 3 5 / 5 points An archetype is a plot structure, character type, symbol, or idea that recurs in the literature or mythology of many different cultures across the world. The hero's quest is one archetypal plot structure. Classic quest tales—from ancient Egyptian myths to the modern-day Star Wars stories— typically follow a certain structure and share certain elements. Which option below best reflects an archetype? Question options: The hero's lifestyle follows an everyday pattern. The hero's quest symbolizes the larger journey of life. The hero is really the antagonist. The hero is on a journey to see local tourist attractions. Question 4 5 / 5 points Which story's character is an example of a hero's quest archetype? Question options: Husband/father in "Everything Stuck to Him" None of these stories include a hero's quest. Phoenix Jackson in "A Worn Path". Kiowa in "Ambush". Question 5 5 / 5 points How does the family react to the boy's death in "Out, Out—"? Question options: They plan his funeral. They accept it quietly. They blame the doctor.
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They are grief-stricken. Question 6 5 / 5 points Which word best describes the tone of "Dust Bowl Blues?" Question options: angry hopeful melancholy desperate Question 7 0 / 5 points In "A Few Don'ts," Pound encourages the use of __________instead of the vagueness of abstractions.
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