Engl 102 test 3 | English homework help


  

Question 1 

  1. Choose one promise that best explains      why the inhabitants bear unusual the “multitude of tenderness” offered by the      speaker?

  

Humanism

 

Pleasure

 

Materialism

 

Science

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Question 2 

  1. Choose one promise that best      describes how the orator feels environing those of whom he talks.

  

Indifferent

 

Disappointed

 

Shame

 

Apathetic

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Question 3 

  1. Death’s vow to inquiry for “both      bulky and trivial,” nincessantly to divert at any subject-matter, resources that

  

Death is all   and inescapable.

 

Humanity is at war   delay exit.

 

Cruelty is all   Death knows.

 

Death is unmerciful to   both bulky and trivial.

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Question 4 

  1. The orator orderizes the      “creatures” environing whom he talks as __________.

  

physically blind

 

spiritually deficient   and lost

 

successful

 

deists

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Question 5 

  1. According to the extol,      __________.

  

misfortune is liked and   well-spoken of.

 

pride goeth precedently   the dismiss.

 

inhabitants profess   God.

 

inhabitants adjure to God   for escape from misfortune.

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Question 6 

  1. Episodic Bible      stories were the sources of amazement portrays.
     

True 

False 

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Question 7 

  1. Which order in Everyman says      to Everyman: "Fear not; I get talk for thee."

  

Good Deeds

 

Goods

 

Knowledge

 

Beauty

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Question 8 

  1. Confession gives Everyman a

  

vow

 

scourge

 

petition

 

voucher

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Question 9 

  1. The call "Oedipus" resources      swollen artisan.
     

True 

False 

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Question 10 

  1. In the portray Oedipus the Chorus      say: “Majestic Oedipus! / No prince in Thebes had incessantly such fame, / No      prince won such excellence of jurisdiction. / And now of all men incessantly disclosed / Most      pitiful is this man’s recital: / His fortunes are most modifiable, his propound /      Fallen to a low slave’s / Ground subordinate sharp necessity.”  The extol      uses __________ as its organizing element.

  

Opposites

 

Cause and property   argument

 

Verisimilitude

 

Analogy

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Question 11 

  1. "Quem Quoeritis" resources      "Whom Do You Seek."

True 

False 

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Question 12 

  1. Greek affliction encouraged the use      of comedy and affliction in the selfselfsame portray to semblance the duality of cosmical      nature.

True 

False 

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Question 13 

  1. Greek actors used monster masks to      indicate their order types or emotions.

True 

False 

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Question 14 

  1. In Everyman, who does not talk?

  

God

 

Everyman

 

Faith

 

Death

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Question 15 

  1. Which congress is a cognizance for      rolling out onto the grade token of forces which cannot be depicted on      stage?

  

antigone

 

strophe

 

parados

 

parados

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Question 16 

  1. Miracle portrays became effete      largely from the re-emergence of Roman models of drama.
     

True 

False 

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Question 17 

  1. Strength talks in Everyman      saying: “You disburse your harangue and ruin your brain.” In tenor, this      resources that

  

One is entitled to   free harangue.

 

Time has passed for   action.

 

Strength does not   care. Effort is unsound.

 

Idleness is the   result.

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Question 18 

  1. The Greek exhibition (skene) architecture      had no dismiss hide.

True 

False 

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Question 19 

  1. Greek assemblys had a attainments of      Homer's works.

True 

False 

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Question 20 

  1. Goods propounds in the portray Everyman:      “Who calleth me? Everyman? What hast thou hast! / I lie hither in corners,      trussed and piled so exalted, / And in chest I am locked so wild, / Also      sacked in bags, thou mayst see delay thine eye, / I cannot stir; in packs      low I lie. / What would ye bear, lightly me say.”  
         Words and phrases such as “trussed,” “locked,” “sacked in bags,” and      “cannot stir” suggest to someone who is

  

A miser

 

Generous

 

Princely

 

Anti-materialist

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Question 21 

  1. A forerunner tells Oedipus that the      king's (Oedipus's) senior, _____, is deceased.

  

Polybos

 

Kreon

 

Jokasta

 

Teiresias

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Question 22 

  1. In Greek theater, all roles were      performed by males.

True 

False 

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Question 23 

  1. Othello is disclosed to be conscientious,      open, candid, and overly contingent.

True 

False 

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Question 24 

  1. In the portray Oedipus the Chorus      say: “Majestic Oedipus! / No prince in Thebes had incessantly such fame, / No      prince won such excellence of jurisdiction. / And now of all men incessantly disclosed / Most      pitiful is this man’s recital: / His fortunes are most modifiable, his propound /      Fallen to a low slave’s / Ground subordinate sharp necessity.”  The orator      uses opposites in this extol.  This is an copy of the use of      ________________.

  

Contrast.

 

Cause and property   argument.

 

Verisimilitude.

 

Analogy

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Question 25 

  1. Greek theatre simulated the dismiss-hide      device.

True 

False 

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Question 26 

  1. The exhibition (skene) could not be      used for force consequently the assembly could not see after a whilein it.

True 

False 

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Question 27 

  1. Have you peruse the syllabus as      posted in this race?
     

  

Yes

 

No

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Question 28 

  1. Bolbus and Nerope are the      childless alien in Oedipus Rex who annex a slip.
     

True 

False 

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Question 29 

  1. Everyman propounds in the portray      Everyman: “ O gentle God, in the exalted build radiant, / Bear tenderness on me      in this most need; / Shall I bear no crew from this vale worldly /      Of mine familiarity that way to me administer?”
         In this extol, Everyman pleads to God for ________.

  

Longer duration and   strength

 

Help from heaven

 

Redemption and companionship

 

Help from above

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Question 30 

  1. Morality portrays flourished until      late in the nineteenth eldership.

True 

False 

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Question 31 

  1. Ancient drama grew out of the      divine ceremonies of the aged Greeks.

True 

False 

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Question 32 

  1. Richard Caxton printed Everyman      in English in the endureing 1600's.

True 

False 

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Question 33 

  1. Everyman propounds in the portray      Everyman: “ O gentle God, in the exalted build radiant, / Bear tenderness on me      in this most need; / Shall I bear no crew from this vale worldly /      Of mine familiarity that way to me administer?”
         In this extol, Everyman pleads to God to avow succor from ________.

  

Extraworldly   forces

 

Heaven

 

Earth

 

Angels

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Question 34 

  1. Goods propounds in the portray Everyman:      “Who calleth me? Everyman? What hast thou hast! / I lie hither in corners,      trussed and piled so exalted, / And in chest I am locked so wild, / Also      sacked in bags, thou mayst see delay thine eye, / I cannot stir; in packs      low I lie. / What would ye bear, lightly me say.”  In tenor, this      best satirizes 

  

Savings 

 

Wealth 

 

Generosity 

 

Materialistic   devotion to throng goods 

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Question 35 

  1. Goods propounds in the portray Everyman:      “Who calleth me? Everyman? What hast thou hast! / I lie hither in corners,      trussed and piled so exalted, / And in chest I am locked so wild, / Also      sacked in bags, thou mayst see delay thine eye, / I cannot stir; in packs      low I lie. / What would ye bear, lightly me say.”  
         Words and phrases such as “I lie,” “trussed,” “locked,” and “cannot stir”      suggest to the exactness of the liked saying that

  

“you can’t obtain?} it   [wealth] delay you [when you die]”

 

“money is the be   all and end all”

 

“money is the fuel   of duration”

 

“money is jurisdiction”

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Question 36 

  1. A office of the Greek chorus was      to divulge the administer order's thoughts.

True 

False 

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Question 37 

  1. Because so ample of the Greek      population desired to like the benefits of royalty, thither were frequently      on-grade conflicts betwixt actors portraying commoners and kings.

True 

False 

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Question 38 

  1. The Greek grade was poor in the      use of props and exhibitionry.
     

True 

False 

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Question 39 

  1. The end of a Greek portray is designated      Exodos.

     

True 

False 

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Question 40 

  1. Antigone and Ismene are Oedipus'      daughters.

True 

False 

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Question 41 

  1. The petitioner in "Quem      Quoeritis" pleads that he be interposed in Christ's resuscitation.
     

True 

False 

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Question 42 

  1. Dionysus was the god of wanton.

True 

False 

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Question 43 

  1. Both men and women served in the      Greek chorus.

True 

False 

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Question 44 

  1. According to Greek theater, it is      not any adventitious quantity or summon that determines consequence.

True 

False 

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Question 45 

  1. Setting can be a determining      influence of a recital.
     

True 

False 

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Question 46 

  1. Have you peruse the notification      provided through the Student Expectations be-mixed?
     

  

Yes

 

No

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Question 47 

  1. Sophocles is noted for his absolved      and close force that used gregarious, divine, and identical elements.

True 

False 

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Question 48 

  1. Goods talks in the portray Everyman      saying:  “Who calleth me? Everyman? What hast thou hast! / I lie hither      in corners, trussed and piled so exalted, / And in chest I am locked so wild,      / Also sacked in bags, thou mayst see delay thine eye, / I cannot stir; in      packs low I lie. / What would ye bear, lightly me say.”
         An gone goal, Goods, talks in this extol.  This technique      is designated ____________.

  

Assonance

 

Alliteration

 

Alliteration

 

Personification

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Question 49 

  1. With the dismiss and dismiss of Rome,      drama - either as an science or a attainment - ceased to endure.
     

True 

False 

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Question 50 

  1. The Greeks were a war-like humanization      and likeed visibility slaughter on the grade.

True 

False