Other
True/False and Multiple Choice ( American Litreture)

Question Description


  • American Literature Before 1860 



    This assignment  contains three sections.

    • Part I is True/False worth 4 points each for a total of 60 points
    • Part II is Multiple Choice worth 4 points each for a total of 100 points
    • Part III is Matching worth 4 points each for a total of 40 points

    Question

    Section 1: True/False

    Question

    1  of 50

    Typically, Native American oral literature was created by several people, which formed a communal voice in the work.

    Question

    2  of 50

    Since Puritans did not know who was among the Elect, their journals and diaries were often used for self-questioning and to focus on the issue of personal salvation.

    Question

    3  of 50

    Some Puritans wrote diaries, journals, sermons, poems, and short stories in their attempts to examine and teach Puritan beliefs.

    Question

    4  of 50

    Eighteenth century Hispanic literature reflects a dominating European culture and people encountering a new land and new people.

    Question

    5  of 50

    Puritan writings reflect the style of writing found within the Geneva Bible called the "common" style.

    Question

    6  of 50

    An intellectual movement in America from the late seventeenth to late eighteenth centuries was the Enlightenment movement.

    Question

    7  of 50

    A Quaker's innate sense of right and wrong and God's direct working on the soul was called External Light.

    Question

    8  of 50

    Hall, Murray, Feneau, and Wheatley used non-dominant strategies to argue their points pertaining to slavery, women's rights, and political principles.

    Question

    9  of 50

    As ideas of the Enlightenment began to break down, Virginia passed Thomas Jefferson's "Statute for Religious Freedom."

    Question

    10  of 50

    The New England Primer was used to educate Puritan children and to teach them Puritan theology and beliefs.

    Question

    11  of 50

    Richard Frethorne was an indentured servant in the colonies. His servitude was punishment for crimes he committed in England.

    Question

    12  of 50

    According to his autobiographical account, Oludah Equiano is adopted into the family of a wealthy widow.

    Question

    13  of 50

    The Great Awakening emphasized rationality and the belief that humankind was not passively subject to God's whims.

    Question

    14  of 50

    Quakers believed that it was each person's responsibility to develop the Inner Light by removing external distractions and focusing on internal harmony.

    Question

    15  of 50

    Slavery was not an issue in American politics or literature until the middle 1800s.

    Question

    Section II: Multiple Choice

    Question

    16  of 50

    African American literature before the early 1800s used such subjects as ________.

    Question

    17  of 50

    The characteristics of Phillis Wheatley's poetry include all of the following except _______.

    Question

    18  of 50

    Typical subjects for women's literature of the period included all of the following except ______.

    Question

    19  of 50

    Typical subjects and themes found in narratives by early explorers and settlers include _____.

    Question

    20  of 50

    The Native American culture hero or trickster-transformer stories can best be defined as ______.

    Question

    21  of 50

    Common themes in Native American literature include the ______________ .

    Question

    22  of 50

    "Upon Wedlock and Death of Children" by Edward Taylor is most similar to the Anne Bradstreet poem entitled _________________.

    Question

    23  of 50

    Characteristics of poetry in the 17th and 18th centuries included _____.

    Question

    24  of 50

    A ballad is a/n ___________ .

    Question

    25  of 50

    A satire is a/n _______.

    Question

    26  of 50

    Romanticism was a/n _____.

    Question

    27  of 50

    Psalms are ________.

    Question

    28  of 50

    Themes very typical of eighteenth century American literature include:

    Question

    29  of 50

    There could be found strong loyalist sympathy even in the north prior to the revolution. Strong loyalist sympathy could easily be found in each of the following areas except _______________.

    Question

    30  of 50

    The Great Awakening changed social attitudes. Education was given more emphasis because many felt that education improved _______.

    Question

    31  of 50

    "The Journal of Sara Kemble Knight" is the story of _____.

    Question

    32  of 50

    Jonathan Edwards' "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" is a/an _______.

    Question

    33  of 50

    Quaker church services consist of _____.

    Question

    34  of 50

    Madame Knight's lines " In Lonesome woods to meet so kind a guide, / To Mee's more worth than all the world beside." are written for ________.

    Question

    35  of 50

    The voice of a strong patriot in his speech to the Virginia Convention and the argument for separation from England is found in "Common Sense" by ______________.

    Question

    36  of 50

    The Great Awakening changed the American religious focus by _____.

    Question

    37  of 50

    Michael Wiggleworth's "The Day of Doom" includes all of the following purposes except ____________.

    Question

    38  of 50

    Jonathan Edwards' sermon "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" is his _______.

    Question

    39  of 50

    All of the following are true of Cotton Mather except ____________________.

    Question

    40  of 50

    18th century political liberals believed that _______.

    Question

    Section III: Matching

    Select the definition for the listed terms.

    Question

    41  of 50

    Calvinism

    Question

    42  of 50

    Quakers

    Question

    43  of 50

    Theocracy

    Question

    44  of 50

    Great Awakening

    Question

    45  of 50

    Enlightenment

    Question

    46  of 50

    First Person Narrator

    Question

    47  of 50

    Omniscient Narrator

    Question

    48  of 50

    Antagonist

    Question

    49  of 50

    Protagonist

    Question

    50  of 50

    Audience


  • Final Answer

    george (4586)
    UC Berkeley

    Anonymous
    Top quality work from this tutor! I’ll be back!

    Anonymous
    It’s my second time using SP and the work has been great back to back :) The one and only resource on the Interwebs for the work that needs to be done!

    Anonymous
    Thanks, good work

    Studypool
    4.7
    Trustpilot
    4.5
    Sitejabber
    4.4

    Brown University





    1271 Tutors

    California Institute of Technology




    2131 Tutors

    Carnegie Mellon University




    982 Tutors

    Columbia University





    1256 Tutors

    Dartmouth University





    2113 Tutors

    Emory University





    2279 Tutors

    Harvard University





    599 Tutors

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology



    2319 Tutors

    New York University





    1645 Tutors

    Notre Dam University





    1911 Tutors

    Oklahoma University





    2122 Tutors

    Pennsylvania State University





    932 Tutors

    Princeton University





    1211 Tutors

    Stanford University





    983 Tutors

    University of California





    1282 Tutors

    Oxford University





    123 Tutors

    Yale University





    2325 Tutors