En 103: Test 1 Study Guide
1. Know Literature and Ordinary writing
2. Nonfiction and Fiction
3. Narrative and Drama
4. Direct and Indirect expression
5. Simple and Figurative Expression
6. Objectionable elements
7. Stories to note
The secret life of Walte
En 103: Test 3
CCE 279-85; 381
Plain and Imaginative Expression
I. Analogical expression: forms of imaginative comparison
A. Various types of metaphor [simile, metonymy, synecdoche, &
B. Analogy, allegory, and symbol
C. Image and imagery-
En 103: Section 2
Forming a Literary Thesis
C. Technical analysis
II. Simpler focus
A. What is the subject?
B. What does it say about the subject?
C. How does it say it?
D. How well do