1) Where was Kenneth Roberts born? a) Pennsylvania b) Utah c) Maine d) New Jersey 2) What did Kenneth Roberts include in his literature? a) Southern-dialect b) Real historic events c) Poems with a musical rhythm 3) What is similar about all of Langston Hughes's poems? a) They have a musical rhythm b) They rhyme c) They use strong personification 4) What did Langston Hughes use in his writings? a) Rhyme b) Rhythm c) Black dialect 5) In the poem, "Mother to son" who is speaking to whom? a) Mother addressing her son b) Son addressing his mother c) Father addressing a Mother 6) In the poem, "Mother to son" how had life been for the speaker? a) Easy b) Short c) Hard 7) In the poem, "Mother to son" has the speaker reached the top of the stairs? a) yes b) no 8) In the poem, "Mother to son" what is the theme? a) Don't lie b) Don't give up c) Always be happy 9) In the story, "The Return of the Rangers" what animals did they eat? a) Snake b) Squirrel c) Deer 10) In the story, "The Return of the Rangers" what did Rogers do while the others hunted? a) Built a shelter b) Went to find help c) Burned trees to make a raft 11) In the story, "The Return of the Rangers" what are the physical struggles that they face? a) Snow and ice b) Upcoming rapids c) Freezing water 12) In the story, "The Return of the Rangers" what is their biggest personal difficulty? a) Being Arrogant b) Doubt c) Bitterness 13) In the story, "The Return of the Rangers" what do the woodcutters do to help? a) Provide food and water b) Provide shelter c) Help save the rest of the crew 14) In the story, "The Return of the Rangers" how can you tell that Rogers is a hero? a) He encourages his team to keep going b) He always knows the answer c) He does everything by himself 15) In the poem, "A Bird Came Down the Walk" how did the bird respond to the crumb? a) He happily ate it b) He watched it closely c) He flew away 16) In the poem, "A Bird Came Down the Walk" what does the author compare the bird to? a) A worm b) A butterfly c) A feather 17) In the story, "The Spider and the Wasp" What kind of spider does the wasp hunt? a) Tarantulas b) Black-widows c) Brown-haired 18) In the story, "The Spider and the Wasp" what is the spiders strongest sense? a) Smell b) Sight c) Touch 19) In the story, "The Spider and the Wasp" why does the wasp want the spider? a) For her food b) To feed her baby c) she only kills for self defense 20) In the story, "The Spider and the Wasp" does the wasp kill the spider? a) yes b) no 21) In the story, "The Spider and the Wasp" which one does the author think is more intelligent? a) wasp b) spider 22) In the poem, "The Nightingale and the Glowworm" what is the nightingale doing in the begging of the story? a) singing b) looking for food c) building a shelter 23) In the poem, "The Nightingale and the Glowworm" What does the nightingale do when it sees the glowworm? a) Swoops down to eat it b) Stopes and looks at it c) flies away from it 24) In the poem, "The Nightingale and the Glowworm" What does the glowworm say that saved his life? a) He had never done anything wrong b) He knew a nightingale once c) God created them to sing & shine 25) In the poem, "The Nightingale and the Glowworm" Does the nightingale argue with the glowworm? a) yes b) no 26) In the poem, "The Nightingale and the Glowworm" Does the poem state the moral of the story? a) yes b) no 27) Who is the author of "What stumped the Bluejays?" a) Mark Twain b) Samuel Clemens 28) In the story, "What stumped the Bluejays" What does the author think about bluejays? a) They are not smart creatures b) They have no sense of humor c) They can talk 29) In the story, "What stumped the Bluejays" what is the problem that the bluejay is facing? a) He can't get the acorn in the knot b) He can't fill up the knot c) He can't get inside the house 30) In the story, "What stumped the Bluejays" How do the bluejays react to finding the problem? a) They laughed about it b) They were angry c) They didn't find the problem 31) In the story, "What stumped the Bluejays" What bird didn't get the joke? a) Crow b) Mocking Bird c) Owl 32) Which Author was best known for the story, "There is a fountain filled with blood?" a) Mark Twain b) William Cowper c) Kenneth Roberts 33) William Cowper wrote about the beauty of God's creations. a) True b) False 34) How did William Cowper die? a) Old age b) Dropsy c) Kidney disease 35) Who was known for their wit and humor? a) Mark Twain b) Emily Dickinson c) Langston Hughes 36) Huckleberry Finn & Tom Sawyer were based of off whose childhood? a) Kenneth Roberts b) Mark Twain c) Emily Dickinson 37) Mark Twain had which of the following characteristics? a) Sarcastic b) Strong Believer c) Bold Honesty 38) Emily Dickinson was an extreme extrovert and was frequently around many people. a) True b) False 39) How did Emily Dickinson die? a) Kidney disease b) Dropsy c) Heart failure 40) Who was a very popular Russian archaeologist? a) William Cowper b) Alexander Petrunkevitch c) Langston Hughes 41) Alexander Petrunkevitch became a professor at Yale. a) True b) False 42) Recurring or emerging ideas in a work a) Metonymy b) Figurative Language c) Theme 43) Language to clarify and attract attention a) Figurative Language b) Cacophony c) Synecdoche 44) Comparing two things using like, as, or as if a) Metaphor b) Simile c) Repetition 45) stated or implied equivalence of two different things a) Repetition b) Simile c) Metaphor 46) similarity in the structure of two or more phrases, clauses, or sentences a) Repetition b) Parallelism c) Metaphor 47) Pleasant and musical to the ear a) Cacophony b) Euphony c) Allegory 48) Harshness or dissonance a) Euphony b) Allegory c) Cacophony 49) Original subject being described in a metaphor a) Tenor b) Vehicle c) Implied metaphor 50) The image the tenor is being compared to in a metaphor a) Vehicle b) Allegory c) Metonymy 51) Indirectly conveyed metaphor a) Extended metaphor b) Implied metaphor c) Tenor 52) Metaphor beyond the sentence a) Tenor b) Implied metaphor c) Extended metaphor 53) Forms an entire story with many meanings a) Allegory b) Metonymy c) Synecdoche 54) An expression in which a related thing stands for the thing itself a) Allegory b) Metonymy c) Synecdoche 55) part of something that stands for a whole a) Allegory b) Metonymy c) Synecdoche 56) Who had a passion for politics and poetry? a) Kenneth Roberts b) Edmund Waller c) Langston Hughes 57) The poem "The Soul's Dark Cottage" was part of Waller's "Divine Poems" a) True b) False 58) In the poem, "The Soul's Dark Cottage" what does the cottage stand for? a) The soul b) Death c) The body 59) In the poem, "The Soul's Dark Cottage" how old was Waller when he wrote it? a) 50s b) 80s c) 70s 60) In the poem, "The Soul's Dark Cottage" time has made chinks that let in what? a) The past b) The Holy Spirit c) New life 61) Kenneth Roberts wrote "stronger by weakness" a) True b) False 62) The poem, "The Soul's Dark Cottage" is a) Pessimistic b) Optimistic c) We don't know 63) Who wrote devotional poetry and used it as a way to reach people Biblically? a) George Herbert b) Edmund Waller c) John 64) In the poem, "The Window" what was the poet's vocation? a) Soilder b) Writer c) Preacher 65) In the poem, "The Window" the windows are metaphors to what? a) Grace b) Preacher c) God's Word 66) In the poem, "The Window" what is wrong with the windows? a) They were cracked b) They didn't let in light c) They were old 67) In the poem, "The Window" why were the windows heated? a) To fix the cracks b) To make them clearer c) To add color(life) 68) In the poem, "The Window" it explains that the best way to effectively communicate God's truth is through words? a) True b) False 69) In John 1, "the Word was God" is an example of what? a) Simile b) Metaphor c) Allegory 70) In John 1, what man was sent from God ahead of Christ in order to bear witness of Him? a) John b) Noah c) Paul 71) Who wrote "A Bird came down the Walk?" a) Alexander Petrunkevitch b) Mark Twain c) Emily Dickinson 72) Who wrote "The Spider and the Wasp?" a) Kenneth Roberts b) Alexander Petrunkevitch c) Langston Hughes 73) Who wrote "The Nightingale and the Glowworm?" a) William Cowper b) Kenneth Roberts c) Alexander Petrunkevitch 74) Who wrote "The Return of the Rangers?" a) George Herbert b) Kenneth Roberts c) Edmund Waller 75) Who wrote "Mother to Son?" a) Langston Hughes b) Edmond Waller c) George Herbert 76) Who wrote "The Soul's Dark Cottage?" a) Langston Hughes b) Kenneth Roberts c) Edmond Waller 77) Who wrote "The Windows?" a) Edmond Waller b) George Herbert c) Emily Dickinson
Maley Johnson's English Project
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