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English 10 Final

QuestionAnswer
What is providence? God and His care for His people
________________ was most influential in early colonial writing. religion
The author’s attitude toward a subject is tone
Using exaggeration to make a point is called hyperbole
“Fear of the unknown,” is an example of ______________ in The Crucible. motif
In The Crucible, Danforth’s constant uttering of “the god have nothing to fear” is an example of irony
“I looked like a frozen statue” is an example of ____________. simile
“ . . though the wide universe is full of good, no kernel of nourishing corn can come to him but through his toil bestowed on that plot of ground which is given to him to till…” This quotation is an example of metaphor
The main character who is in conflict with an external or internal force is protagonist
If an author referenced The Bible in his text, he would be using: allusion
The Crucible is an allegory for _________. the Great Depression
Who said, “Give me liberty, or give me death”? Patrick Henry
What is the main point of Benjamin Franklin's Speech in the Convention? The Constitutional Convention should support the Constitution because it is as good as it is likely to be.
With what does Paine compare America's war against the British? a thief breaking into his house
In his Speech in the Virginia Convention, what future event does Henry compare to a "storm"? the war with Britain
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