Author, ____________ wrote ‘The old men are all dead. It is the young say yes and no. He who led on theyoung men is dead. It is cold and we have no blankets. The little children are freezing to death. My people,some of them, have run away to the hills and have no blankets, no food; no one knows where they are–perhaps freezing to death.’Willa CatherStephen CraneChief Joseph__________is being shown in ‘Thish-yer Smiley had a mare–the boys called her the fifteen-minute nag, butthat was only in fun, you know, because of course she was faster than that–and he used to win money onthat horse, for all she was so slow and always had the asthma, or the distemper, or the consumption, orsomething of that kind.’ RealismNaturalismVivid memories and small details are examples of __________ in ‘A Wagner Matinee.’RealismNaturalism’I Will Fight No More Forever’ is a persuasive speech.truefalse’At twelve o’clock the day was at its brightest. Yet the sun was too far south on its winter journey to clear thehorizon. The bulge of the earth intervened between it and Henderson Creek, where the man walked under aclear sky at noon and cast no shadow.’ This was written byKate Chopin.Edwin Arlington Robinson.Jack London.The author of the following quote, ‘There is the western gate, Luke Havergal / There are the crimson leavesupon the wall. / Go for the winds are tearing them away, / Nor think to riddle the dead words they say . . . ‘ isEdwin Arlington Robinson.Kate Chopin.Paul Laurence Dunbar.An example of ________is when Brently Mallard returns in ‘The Story of an Hour.’RealismNaturalismIn the story of ‘An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge,’ what message is being conveyed?the justness of the Union causethe harshness of lifethe importance of honor and courageA point of view of ________is used in Bierce’s ‘An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge.’omniscientfirst personsecond personDramatic irony occurs when something happens that contradicts readers’ expectations.truefalseWhich statement best explains why ‘An Episode of War’ may be viewed as a Naturalist story?A man’s life is shaped by a force he cannot control, but he suffers with strength and dignity.It takes place outdoors in a wooded area.an optimistic view of the world rather than the harsh realities of everyday life.Which of the following is one aspect that makes ‘The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County’humorous?The stranger thinks that he can actually fool Smiley.Simon Wheeler does not recognize how ridiculous his tale is.Smiley refuses to believe that the frog-jumping contest was fair.The westward expansion of the United States provided several primary source accounts of pioneer travels.truefalseGeorgiana realizes how much she has lost since she moved from Boston in ‘A Wagner Matinee.’truefalseThe primary purpose for using flashback in ‘An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge’ isto explain why Peyton Farquhar is being hanged.to describe the effects of the war on women and children.to generate sympathy for the Southern cause.American author______________ wrote, ‘He had winced like a man stung, swayed dangerously, and thenstraightened. The sound of his hoarse breathing was plainly audible. He looked sadly, mystically, over thebreast-work at the green face of a wood where now were many little puffs of white smoke.’Paul Laurence DunbarChief JosephStephen CraneWhich type of characterization is found in ‘He stood amazed at Josephine’s piercing cry; at Richard’s quickmotion to screen him from the view of his wife’?directindirectThe type of characterization of _________ is found in ‘My Aunt Georgiana regarded them as though theyhad been so many daubs of tube paint on a palette.’a. directb. indirectIn ‘To Build a Fire’ what beginning passage gives the best description of the man’s experiences with nature?a. ‘The man flung a look back along the way he had come.’b. ‘He was a newcomer in the land, a chechaquo, and this was his first winter.’c. ‘As for lunch, he pressed his hand against the protruding bundle under his jacket.’Romantic traditions started earlier in the century were continued by most prominent artists and authors inthe United States after the American Civil War.truefalseWhat is the reason the lieutenant in ‘An Episode of War’ was so surprised when he notices he is bleeding?He thought the war was over.There was no fighting going on.He was not a part of the battle.The concept–an unidentified character that represents any typical person–is something referred to as’Everyman’ such as in the story, ‘To Build a Fire.’truefalseWhich of the following reason best tells why the title of ‘The Story of an Hour’ is ironic?The title is deceptively undramatic compared to the events.It is really a story about people.The events in the story take much longer than an hour.The central theme of London’s story is most clearly reflected in the which detail?At precisely the expected time, the man arrived at the forks of the creek.Even though it was high noon, there was no sun in the sky.The fire was put out by an avalanche of snow from the branches that the man had inadvertentlyagitated.’She was young, with a fair, calm face, whose lines bespoke repression and even a certain strength. Butnow there was a dull stare in her eyes, whose gaze was fixed away off yonder on one of those patches ofblue sky. It was a glance or refection, but rather indicated a suspension of intelligent thought’ is the work ofauthorJack London.Kate Chopin.Willa Cather.An external conflict in London’s story is best reflected inthe hostility between man and dog.the conflict of the man’s animal nature and his spiritual nature.the encounter between the old timer and the man.Determine the best way to restate this sentence from ‘The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County:”If there was a horse race, you’d find him flush or you’d find him busted at the end of it.’At the end of a horse race, he’d either be flushed with victory or arrested.At the end of a horse race, either he’d have won or he’d have lost.At the end of a horse race, you couldn’t find him to arrest him.An example of __________characterization can be found in ‘‘Suppose a man–a civilian and a student ofhanging–should elude the picket post and perhaps get the better of the sentinel,’ said Farquhar, smiling,‘what could he accomplish?’’directindirectPeyton Farquhar was a well-to do planter, of an old and highly respected Alabama family’ is an example ofa. direct characterization.b. indirect characterization.In ‘A Wagner Matinee,’ Clark thinks his aunt looks out of place among the Bostonians during her visit.a. trueb. falseWhich kinds of rhyme are being used in the lines ‘We wear the mask that grins and lies. / It hides ourcheeks and shades our eyes,’ from the poem ‘We Wear the Mask.’a. true rhyme and end rhymeb. true rhyme and internal rhymec. internal rhyme and end rhymeIn ‘Douglass’ the image of ‘honor, strong pilot (who) lieth stark suggestsa. Douglass was not as great as people believe.b. a pilot without honor is a liar.c. Society needs a strong leader like Douglass.The author of ‘I understood. For her, just outside the door of the concert hall, lay the black pond with thecattle-tracked bluffs, the tall unpainted house, naked as a tower, with weather-curled boards’ isPaul Laurence Dunbar.Willa Cather.Kate Chopin.Who wrote, ‘Soon after the tenor began the ‘Prize Song,’ I heard a quick-drawn breath, and turned to myaunt. Her eyes were closed, but the tears were glistening on her cheeks, and I think in a moment more theywere in my eyes as well’?Willa CatherStephen CraneEdgar Lee MastersIn ‘I Will Fight No More Forever,’ Chief Joseph’s main concern is for the children of his people.truefalseA powerful illustration of the _________ is seen in Kate Chopin’s ‘The Story of an Hour.’harshness of the natural landscapenature of a good marriagecruel irony of fateWhich author wrote the following, ‘‘When I first came to Spoon River / I did not know whether what they toldme / Was true or false. / They would bring me the epitaph / And stand around the shop while I worked / Andsay ‘He was so kind,’ ‘He was so wonderful,’ / She was the sweetest woman,’ ‘He was a consistentChristian’’ ?Edgar Lee MastersPaul Laurence DunbarWilla CatherThe family in ‘Heading West’ seeks to find gold in Kansas.truefalseIf we wanted to find the author’s use of dramatic irony, which of the following lines from ‘The Story of anHour’ best shows it?’And yet she had loved him–sometimes. Often she had not. What did it matter!”Louise, open the door! I beg; open the door–you will make yourself ill.”She wept at once, with sudden, wild abandonment, in her sister’s arms.’Author __________ wrote, ‘The man was shocked. It was as though he had just heard his own sentence ofdeath. For a moment he sat and stared at the spot where the fire had been.’Paul Laurence DunbarWilla CatherJack London’I called on good-natured, garrulous old Simon Wheeler . . . ‘ is an example ofdirect characterization.indirect characterization.Which of the following elements might be included in a text to demonstrate local color?memorable charactersattention to particular dialects and speaking stylesexaggerated situationsIn ‘An Episode of War,’ Crane seldom directly reveals the lieutenant’s thoughts or feelings. He may havechosen to do this to show that the lieutenant likes to observe events around him.how fascinated the lieutenant has become with the war.how his injury has stunned or shocked the lieutenant.Who is the speaker of ‘Luke Havergal’?a ghostLuke Havergala living womanDunbar refers to the great man’s speaking over ‘the storm’ and his ‘strong arm to guide the shivering bark.’What image does he give of Douglass by saying this?Douglass was like the captain of a ship.Douglass had a loud voice.Douglass was physically strong.’This communication, worn and rubbed, looking as though it had been carried for some days in a coatpocket that was none too clean, was from my uncle Howard’ is an example ofRealismNaturalism’‘I do wonder what in the nation that frog throw’d off for—he ‘pears to look mighty baggy, somehow.’ And heketched Dan’l by the nap of the neck, and hefted him, and says, ‘Why blam my cats if he don’t weight fivepound!’was written byEdgar Lee Masters.Mark Twain.Willa Cather.A character who is naturally evil and irritable is usually the antagonist in a Naturalist piece of writing.truefalseAn example of ________ is found in ‘I found Simon Wheeler dozing comfortably by the barroom stove of thedilapidated tavern in the decayed mining camp of Angel’s, and I noticed that he was fat and baldheaded, andhad an expression of winning gentleness and simplicity upon his tranquil countenance.’RealismNaturalismThe speaker of ‘Richard Cory’ isa person in town.Richard Cory.Edwin Arlington Robinson.