A motif is a recurring idea or convention in a literary work.
Prose vs. Poetry: In [blank_start]poetry[blank_end], the beginning word of every line is [blank_start]capitalized[blank_end], unlike prose. [blank_start]Prose[blank_end] is ordinary conversation between characters.
Implied dramatic action
A [blank_start]soliloquy[blank_end] is a character speaking their thoughts aloud when by oneself or regardless of any hearers except for the audience. A [blank_start]simile[blank_end] is when two unlike things are compared using the words, "like," or "as." A [blank_start]metaphor[blank_end] is when two unlike things are compared without using the words, "like" or "as." [blank_start]Personification[blank_end] is where animals, ideas, or non-living objects are given human characteristics. [blank_start]Irony[blank_end] is an expression, either through words or events, that show a reality opposite from appearance or expectation.
implied dramatic action
What does Sebastian think happened to his sister?
She works for Orsino
She works for Olivia
She returned to Messaline
Why can't Antonio accompany Sebastian to Orsino's court?
He needs to travel somewhere else
He doesn't like Sebastian
He has many enemies in Orsino's court
He's out of money
What does Viola realize about Olivia after her tun-in with Malvolio?
Olivia is in love with Cesario
Malvolio is a really nice person
Olivia is crazy
Malvolio is trying to trick Viola
What are Feste, Sir Toby, and Sir Andrew doing when they are confronted by Malvolio?
All of the above
What is Malvolio's threat to Toby?
Malvolio will challenge Toby to a duel
Toby will get kicked out of Olivia's house
Malvolio will take away all the wine
Toby will be forbidden from hanging out with Maria
Why is Maria needed to gull Malvolio?
Malvolio trusts her
She sounds just like Olivia
She writes just like Olivia
She will keep Toby and Andrew quiet
How does "Cesario" describe the person with whom "he" is in love to Orsino?
Of Orsino's age
Of Orsino's looks
Of Orsino's wealth
Both A and B
All of the above
In his conversation with Viola, what does Orsino say about women?
Men usually lose interest in them easily
They are irrational and emotional
They cannot feel love like men, especially Orsino
Both A and B
Both A and C
When Orsino describes the song that Feste is about to sing to them, he calls it "silly smooth" and says that it plays "with the innocence of love." How is this an ironic statement given what Feste sings?
The song is about death
The song is very violent
The song is full of jokes
The song is about finding love
What has Maria left in the garden for Malvolio to find?
Some rich jewel
What color does Olivia especially hate, according to Maria?
Name four of the instructions left for Malvolio that he will follow in order to show his love for Olivia.
Wear yellow cross-gartered stockings
Smile a lot
Go on political rants
Be surly with servants
Be kingly with servants
Laugh and sing a lot
Wear green cross-gartered stockings
Which of the following is NOT a mythological allusion?
"MOAI doth sway my life."
"Good night, Penthesilea."
"To the gates of Tartar, thou most excellent devil of wit!"
"Jove, I thank thee!"
Identify the following puns in Act II. Circle two.
"I am dog at a catch."
"I'll cudgel him and make him cry 'O'!"
"I left no ring with her. What means this lady?"
"I will be point-devise the very man."
Identify the following implied dramatic actions from Act II.
"She shall know of it, by this hand!"
"If it be worth stooping for, there it lies, in your eye."
"There's for thy pains."
"...though I now seem to drown her remembrance with more (salt water)."
Identify all examples of puns.
"Dost thou live by the tabor?" "No, sir, I live by the church." (Act III)
"...although the sheet were big enough for the bed of Ware in English, set 'em down." (Act III)