Flannagan Final

Alexandra Crane
Quiz by Alexandra Crane, updated more than 1 year ago
Alexandra Crane
Created by Alexandra Crane almost 6 years ago
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block 2 english with ms flannagan

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Question 1

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In JD Salinger’s the Catcher In the Rye, Holden Caulfield wonders about the fate of which animals in Central Park?
Answer
  • Squirrels in the park
  • Ducks in the lagoon
  • Seagulls in the pond
  • Hens in the zoo

Question 2

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In Dave Egger’s Zeitoun, what is the name of the makeshift prison that Zeitoun is held in?
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  • Camp Greyhound
  • Station Prison
  • Camp Bloodhound
  • Bloodhound Reserve

Question 3

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Transcendentalism embodies which of the following characteristics:
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  • Individualism
  • Disdain for religion
  • Belief in following your own conscience
  • All of the above

Question 4

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Where does the title of “The Catcher in the Rye” come from?
Answer
  • A Game that Holden and Allie used to play
  • A billboard in New York
  • A Broadway Play Holden sees in New York
  • Holden’s favorite song

Question 5

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What is referred to as the Great American Novel?
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  • The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
  • Tom Sawyer
  • The Great Gatsby
  • Catcher in the Rye

Question 6

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What country is Zeitoun's family from?
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  • Syria
  • Lebanon
  • Palestine
  • Iraq

Question 7

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Which of the following is something you would NOT use to describe something written in the plain style?
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  • symbolic
  • cryptic
  • dense
  • thorough

Question 8

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What type of writing is Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass more closely related to?
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  • Naturalism
  • Transcendentalism
  • Romanticism
  • American Realism

Question 9

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Which of the following would be providential to Huck Finn if he were to receive it when he got lost in the fog with Jim?
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  • food and water
  • an injury
  • a flare gun
  • more fog

Question 10

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Which author wrote about their belief that people were born inherently evil?
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  • Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Jonathan Edwards
  • William Bradford
  • Henry David Thoreau

Question 11

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Which of the following terms is a direct display of the one drop rule; that any Black ancestry makes you Black?
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  • Coffle
  • Griffe
  • Manilla
  • Caboceer

Question 12

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Which of the following characters could be described as an antihero?
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  • HOlden Caulfield
  • Victor Joseph
  • Abdulrahman Zeitoun
  • All the above

Question 13

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Starting from the most antique literary movement, pick the correct order of the transformation of American Literature.
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  • Puritans --> Great Awakening --> Revolution --> Rationalism --> Transcendentalism
  • Revolution --> Great Awakening --> Transcendentalism--> Puritans --> Rationalism
  • Puritans --> Rationalism --> Great Awakening --> Transcendentalism--> Revolution
  • Transcendentalism --> Revolution --> Rationalism --> Great Awakening --> Puritans

Question 14

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Which of the following ideas do not fit into the Puritan paradigm?
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  • “We must submit to God”
  • “We must be perfect, so as to set an example for others”
  • “Nature is the ultimate beauty”
  • “The end is imminent”

Question 15

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Which of the following is NOT a part of the slave narrative archetype
Answer
  • auction scenes
  • showing the impact on white people
  • giving a third person omnipresent account of the situation
  • showing the disintegration of family bonds

Question 16

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which thematic element is NOT intrinsic to native american myths
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  • individuality
  • respecting elders
  • trust elders
  • inherent power of the small

Question 17

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which literary movement best matches the quote: "theres room for everyone! sort of!"
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  • transcendentalism
  • rationalism
  • revolution
  • great awakening

Question 18

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which of the following thesis statements is the best expression of the idea?
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  • Mrs. Flanagan’s table arrangement is an example of the freedom
  • The tables are a demonstration of the freedom we are given in the classroom
  • Mrs. Flanagan uses table arrangements to exemplify the freedom given during class discussions.
  • Mrs. Flanagan attempts to reinforce the idea of freedom during class discussions.

Question 19

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Which one of these didn't Holden say in Catcher in the Rye?
Answer
  • "morons always hate it when you call them a moron"
  • "people never notice anything"
  • “Lonely and solitary are two completely different adjectives.”
  • "dont ever tell anybody anything. if you do, you start missing everybody"

Question 20

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which order of books did we read this year
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  • Lone Ranger and Tonto; Zeitoun; Catcher in the Rye; Narrative of Frederick Douglas; Huck Finn; The Road
  • Lone Ranger and Tonto; Catcher in the Rye; Zeitoun; Narrative of Frederick Douglas; Huck Finn; The Road
  • Lone Ranger and Tonto; Zeitoun; Narrative of Frederick Douglas; Catcher in the Rye; Huck Finn; The Road
  • Lone Ranger and Tonto; Zeitoun; Catcher in the Rye; Narrative of Frederick Douglas; The Road, Huck Finn

Question 21

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Which of these books is in some way an example of an immigration story?
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  • zeitoun
  • lone ranger and tonto fistfight in heaven
  • both, but more so zeitoun
  • neither

Question 22

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Which of these is essential in building a strong thesis?
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  • lots of "to be" verbs
  • ending the sentence in a question
  • a reference to the speaker (saying I, me, we, etc)
  • including a structural element

Question 23

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The phrase “The man who removes a mountain begins by carrying away small stones,” is an example of what?
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  • magical realism
  • aphorism
  • imagery
  • metaphor

Question 24

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Which of these elements was present most in the book Catcher in the Rye?
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  • transcendentalism
  • magical realism
  • narrative nonfiction
  • immigration

Question 25

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What is the main difference between the portrayal of nature in Puritan Literature and Native American Literature?
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  • Puritans believe in Naturalism, the idea that nature is evil and should be avoided, while Native Americans believed that Nature is good yet uncontrollable.
  • Puritans believed that nature is wicked, while Native Americans believed in Naturalism, the idea that nature is good yet uncontrollable.
  • Both believed nature is too powerful to be control, except Native Americans also believe it was evil should be avoided.
  • Puritans believed natural events brought good luck, while Native Americans believe nature was harmful.

Question 26

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Which of these writers invented the modern free verse?
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  • henry david thoreau
  • ralph waldo ermerson
  • jonathan edwards
  • walt whitman

Question 27

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What are three ways Puritan Literature and Slave Narratives are similar?
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  • Thematic Arcs of Redemption/ Damnation,detailed, clear language
  • Direct addresses to readers, dense, numbered lists
  • Hard work, detailed, related to religion
  • Traditions, Hard work, literature is social activism

Question 28

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Which of these is an example of anthropomorphism?
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  • “ My life is my purpose. My life is my goal. My life is my inspiration.”
  • “Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind.”
  • “The river, reflecting the clear blue of the sky, glistened and sparkled as it flowed noiselessly on.”
  • The fog grew legs, grabbed a partner, and waltzed through the hills to the tune of 'Piano Man"

Question 29

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Which of these three vocab words are from the Puritan Unit?
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  • Polemic, inextricable, consecrate
  • Commensurate, gentrify, covenant
  • Transient, Hegemony, Rhetoric
  • Inextricable, providential, archetype

Question 30

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What literary device does Cormac McCarthy use to infer meaning from otherwise droll passages in The Road?
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  • an allegory
  • an anecdote
  • an aphorism
  • non-linear chronology

Question 31

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When structuring a thesis, what three triangulating points are needed?
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  • Author/Title of text, Structural Element, and Impact/Purpose/Theme
  • Author/Title of text, Impact/Purpose/Theme, and Character
  • Quote, Structural Element, and Character
  • Author/Title of text, Anecdote, and Argument

Question 32

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Who is the character in Lone Ranger and Tonto that is seen as crazy or overly imaginative, telling too many stories?
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  • junior
  • thomas carries-the-fire
  • thomas builds-the-fire
  • victor

Question 33

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What is the name of the wooden chain that bound slaves together?
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  • a griffe
  • a maafa
  • a chain
  • a coffle

Question 34

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What did Kanye famously say when being interviewed about the relief efforts with hurricane Katrina?
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  • “All I want to say is that, they don’t really care about us”
  • “George Bush doesn’t care about black people.”
  • “Hurricane Katrina is showing the American people just how racist we really are.”
  • “In the history of the world it might even be that there was more punishment than crime.”

Question 35

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What do the stray dogs represent in Zeitoun?
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  • Those still alive after the wreckage of Hurricane Katrina
  • The fragility of basic human nature
  • Nothing. They were just dogs.
  • Police officers upholding the corrupt, racist justice system

Question 36

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All of the following are Slave Narrative archetypes, EXCEPT:
Answer
  • Disintegration of family bonds
  • Direct address to the reader
  • Questions religion
  • Post-slavery assimilation

Question 37

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Which word best describes the Puritan’s relationship to nature:
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  • respectful
  • mutual
  • fearful
  • indifferent
  • all the above

Question 38

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Themes of the apocalypse are seen in:
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  • The Great flood, zeitoun
  • the road, jesus camp
  • distances, sinners in the hands of an angry god
  • a and b
  • all the above

Question 39

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In what ways are Huckleberry Finn, Catcher in the Rye, and The Road related?
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  • They all have 2 main characters
  • They all deal with the loss of childhood innocence
  • They all take place in the South and the characters are isolated
  • There is no hope for the characters

Question 40

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repetition of a word/words when beginning 2+ sentences/verses
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  • satire
  • syntax
  • epistolary
  • anaphora

Question 41

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Words like “Octoroon” show that the American slave trade was horrible because:
Answer
  • it shows how Europeans bought slaves using cheaply manufactured bracelets.
  • it shows that people were obsessed with knowing the exact lineage of people to make sure that anyone of any drop of colored blood was considered black and a slave
  • It showed how slaves were considered inhuman by preparing them for sale to increase their value.
  • It shows how people justified slavery by explaining that slaves had a mental disorder.
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