English 1 Tri 1 Exam Review

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( Sammy, John Updike, Lengel ) is the main character of A&P.

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( Chunky, Skinny, Queen ) is NOT one of the girls that walks into the A&P

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The manager of the store, ( Lengel, Sammy, John ), scolded the girls for their outfits.

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In an act of bravery and courage, Sammy abruptly when the manager scolds the girls.

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The girls from A&P can best be described as ( defiant, shy, rude ).

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The main character in "A Worn Path" is ( Phoenix Jackson, James Joyce, Eudora Welty ).

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The Author of "A&P" is

Question 8 of 50

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The Author of "" is James Joyce

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The Author of "" is Percy Bysshe Shelley

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The Author of "" is Gwendolyn Brooks

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The Author of "We Wear the Mask" is "

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The Author of "Those Winter Sundays" is

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Phoenix Jackson is powered by her love for her grandson.

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  • True
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Question 14 of 50

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The hunter from "A Worn Path" is powered by tangible items (his gun and his physical belongings).

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  • True
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"A Worn Path" takes place in present day Georgia

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  • True
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Phoenix Jackson must walk to get her own medicine because she has no family left.

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  • True
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Once arriving in town, the main character in "A Worn Path" forgets why she needed to come to town.

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  • True
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Question 18 of 50

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The dress that Phoenix Jackson wears is stolen by the greedy hunter that she encounters on her journey.

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  • True
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The hunter in "A Worn Path" scares Phoenix when he pulls a gun on her.

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  • True
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The main character in "A Worn Path" is known as Phoenix, but is also called

Question 21 of 50

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Granny exhibits her intelligence when she steals money from the hunter without him noticing.

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  • True
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The path Granny follows through the woods represents her .

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Finish the quote from "Araby": "North Richmond Street, being , was a quiet street except at the hour when the Christian Brothers' School set the boys free."

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The word "blind" in "Araby" is used to describe isolation or oblivion.

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  • True
  • False

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In "Araby" the only thing the boy enjoys in life is the girl.

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  • True
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The narrator of "Araby" seems to have a ( routine, adventurous, fun ) life.

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The boy in "Araby" was genuinely interested in attending the bazaar and had looked forward to it for months.

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  • True
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Question 28 of 50

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The boy arrives at Araby before it opens and is forced to wait. It is at this point that he gets impatient and goes home.

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  • True
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The boy wanted to bring a souvenir from Araby home to the girl

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  • True
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Once at the bazaar, the boy finds the perfect pocket watch for the girl and buys it.

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  • True
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Question 31 of 50

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The uncle in "Araby" had already been to the bazaar, and therefore did not want to attend twice

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  • True
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Visage most nearly means a ( face, statue, desert )

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There are ( three, four, two ) speakers in "Ozymandias"

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The statue found in Ozymandias represents a ( once great king, long forgotten general, kingdom ruled by the monguls )

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Ozymandias once thought that it would be impossible for anyone to forget him

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  • True
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The irony of "Ozymandias" is found when you compare the king's thoughts on himself to the remains of his empire

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Question 37 of 50

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The poem "Ozymandias" is written to ask the question: If Ozymandias can be forgotten, what keeps me from doing the same?

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  • True
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The speaker in "We Real Cool" is the pool players

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  • True
  • False

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The gang of pool players in "We Real Cool" thinks of themselves as better than everyone else.

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  • True
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Question 40 of 50

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"We Real Cool" is directed towards anyone who is less "cool" than the pool players. They are bragging.

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  • True
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In short terms, the message behind "We Real Cool" is to ( live life like you're dying, work to be cooler than everyone else, play pool because its a great game ).

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The speaker in "We Wear the Mask" is a ( slave, performer, depressed man )

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"We Wear the Mask" is written to inform people about the ( hardships of slavery, struggles of being an african american, obstacles that depressed people must ove ).

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In "We Wear the Mask" the speaker is free to express their emotions.

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The speaker in "Those Winter Sundays" is a ( child, mother, father ).

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In "Those Winter Sundays" the child always thanked their father for all of their hard work.

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  • True
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Question 47 of 50

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The child in "Those Winter Sundays" has the right to be scared of their father because he often abuses the child.

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"Those Winter Sundays" is written to ( showcase a non-functional family, teach a lesson of manners, tell a true story ).

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Fire is a major symbol in "Those Winter Sundays"

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  • True
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Question 50 of 50

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The Author of "A Worn Path" is

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