7 English multiple choice and mathcing

Apr 8th, 2016
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QUESTION 1

  1. Select the guiding questions of Historical Criticism.

    What about this text is remarkable or beautiful?

    What evidence of history is in the text?

     
    What is the author's history?

    What is the text saying about that era of history?

    What is the historical context of the text?

4 points  

QUESTION 2

  1. Select the guiding questions of Aesthetic Criticism.

    What literary devices are employed by the author?

    What about this text is remarkable or beautiful?

    What is the form/genre of the text?

     
    What does the text teach the reader?

    How did the author achieve the beauty or remarkableness of the text?

4 points  

QUESTION 3

  1. Select the guiding questions of Reader-response Criticism.

    How does the text affect the reader emotionally?

    What is the text saying about that era of history?

    What does the text teach the reader?

    What are the universal themes, symbols or archetypes in the text?

    What does the reader experience through the text?

3 points  

QUESTION 4

  1. Select the guiding questions of Jungian Criticism.

    What literary devices does the author employ?

     
    What is the historical context of the text?

    What are the universal themes, symbols or archetypes in the text?

    What is the text saying about humanity as a whole through the universal aspects of the text?

    How is the text defined by the cultural context?

2 points  

QUESTION 5

  1. Select the guiding questions of Cultural Criticism.

    How did the author achieve the beauty or remarkableness of the text?

    How is the text defined by the cultural context?

    What evidence of history is in the text?

    What does the text reveal about the culture?

    What are the universal themes, symbols or archetypes in the text?

2 points  

QUESTION 6

  1. Match each school of literary criticism with its definition.

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    Answer

    A.
    The speaker of "The Lovesong of J.Alfred Prufrock "by T. S. Eliot is the spokesman of a group of writers who felt disenfranchised, betrayed, abandoned by America and who left to find an identity abroad.

    B.

    The allusions to classic literature and art set beside the common place even tawdry imagery in "The Lovesong of J.Alfred Prufrock "by T. S. Eliot emphasize the theme of the drama of desire.

    C.

    Anyone who has had unrequited feelings for another or who has felt inferior to those around him/her will understand and sympathize with T. S. Eliot's antihero, J. Alfred Prufrock.

    D.

    The Lovesong of J. Alfred Purfrock," written in 1917 by the expatriate T.S. Eliot, reflects the confusion and isolation some Americans felt during World War 1.

    E.

    Readers of all ages, races and of both sexes relate to the universal themes of desperation and loneliness expressed by the speaker in "The Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock.

15 points  


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