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  • Transcendentalist Rhetoric

  • The Jungle

  • American Short Stories

  • Ethan Frome

  • As I Lay Dying

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  • 1 - 100This is the rhetorical term for an emotional appeal, as when MLK mentions the tough situations faced by women and children.

  • 1 - 100What is pathos?

  • This is the rhetorical term for an appeal to higher authority, as when MLK and HDT reference the Constitution and the Bible.

  • 1 - 100What is ethos?

  • When HDT suggests That government is best which governs least, he is suggesting that government is this an impediment.

  • 1 - 100What is an obstacle?

  • When HDT refers to the arm of the government he is using this figurative language device a comparison without like or as.

  • 1 - 100What is a metaphor?

  • The following quote is an example of this rhetorical device, as it features repeated phrases: It does not keep the country free. It does not settle the West. It does not educate.

  • 1 - 100What is anaphora?

  • 1 - 100This was Upton Sinclairs primary goal in writing The Jungle.

  • 1 - 100What is exposing the plight of the immigrant worker?

  • Upton Sinclair was a part of this journalistic movement, along with Tarbell and Steffans.

  • 1 - 100What is Muck-Raking?

  • Jurgis, the main character, works in this type of factory.

  • 1 - 100What is meat-packing?

  • Upton Sinclair was writing during this era in American history.

  • 1 - 100What is the Progressive Era?

  • The Jungle takes place outside of this major American city.

  • 1 - 100What is Chicago?

  • 1 - 100Piggy Sneed belongs to this literary genre, whose name is derived from a French word.

  • 1 - 100What is memoir?

  • Girl is this type of story, which can be read on two levels: the literal and the symbolic.

  • 1 - 100What is an allegory?

  • As the narrator has a realization that adult life will be much more difficult, A&P is this type of narrative.

  • 1 - 100What is a coming-of-age narrative?

  • Everyday Use is an example of this type of biblical narrative, in which a child returns home.

  • 1 - 100What is a prodigal child narrative?

  • In Freytags Pyramid, this final (fifth) stage is also known as the denouement.

  • 1 - 100What is the resolution?

  • 1 - 100Ethan Frome is this type of narrative, like The Canterbury Tales, which features a story-within-a-story.

  • 1 - 100What is a frame story?

  • This character in Ethan Frome is an allegorical representation of Teddy Wharton.

  • 1 - 100Who is Zeena?

  • Mattie often dresses in this color, signifying her passion.

  • 1 - 100What is red?

  • This symbol could potentially represent something missing in Ethans life.

  • 1 - 100What is the missing L-shaped structure in the farm house?

  • Author Edith Wharton intended for this character to represent her.

  • 1 - 100Who is Ethan Frome?

  • 1 - 100Anses unexpected marriage to a new wife at the end of the novel can certainly be characterized as this.

  • 1 - 100What is ironic?

  • This classic symbol of the obstacle in the heroic narrative is present when the river floods.

  • 1 - 100What is high water?

  • In this type of comedy, tragedy usually intermingles with comedy.

  • 1 - 100What is dark humor?

  • Faulkner employs this type of narration, in which characters provide a free flow of ideas.

  • 1 - 100What is stream-of-consciousness?

  • Jewels progression and Darls regression combine to form this literary phenomenon (derived from the Greek letter X).

  • 1 - 100What is chiasmus?

  • 1 - 100Celia was eager (A) to discuss her (B) latest exhibit, a blank canvas (C) onto which many muted colors are projected when (D) flipping a switch to activate an array of ceiling lights. (E) No error.

  • 1 - 100D. Flipping a switch

  • The local paper (A) cited both the bad weather and the poor media coverage (B) as a reason for the (C) unexpectedly poor turnout at the (D) most recent country fair. (E) No error.

  • 1 - 100(B) As a reason

  • The ever increasing use of petroleum and other carbon based fuels (A) have (B) so exacerbated the problem of environmental pollution (C) that a drastic solution (D) may soon be necessary. (E) No error.

  • 1 - 100(A) have

  • Morph, Inc., like other similar vendors, (A) designs business courses that (B) help train individuals (C) to improve (D) his or her technological expertise. (E) No error.

  • 1 - 100(D) his or her

  • The environmental benefits (A) of buying a new hybrid car that (B) can run on either gasoline or electricity (C) was not (D) fully explained in the automobile dealers brochure. (E) No error.

  • 1 - 100(C) was

  • In the prologue and epilogue of Ethan Frome, the narrator stays with this character because of this.

  • What is Mrs. Ned Hale because of the snow storm?

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    1. Select the desired button on this slide by clicking on it. Click on SLIDE SHOW ACTION SETTINGS Make a note of which slide the HYPERLINK is currently set to. In the Action Settings dialogue box, change the HYPERLINK to Daily Double Round 1. Click OK6. Now go to Slide Daily Double Round 1 in this presentation, and follow the directions in the Notes section****************************************************************To Complete the Daily Double Sequence for Round One:

    Click on any blue area on the slide that is currently displayed Click on Slide Show Action SettingsThe Action Settings Dialog Box will be displayed. You will see that the HYPERLINK is currently set to Slide 8Change the HYPERLINK so that it is set to the slide number you made note of previouslyClick OK until the Action Settings Dialog Box disappearsSaveReturn to Slide 8 and select View Slide Show. Test your Daily Double button to make sure it works as you wish it to.