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English 10 Review

Review for English 10 H Final

Who is the author of "The Crucible"? Arthur Miller
What is a motif? Motif is the central idea of a story. It's usually 1 word
What is the difference between motif and theme? Theme is a lesson or moral from the story and is usually a phrase. Motif is the central idea that everything is based around, and it's usually 1 word
What is the Motif in "The Devil and Tom Walker"? Greed
Logical thinking may or may not lead to correct conclusions depending on? the beginning assumptions or premises
What do myths often feature? Immortal Beings
The author's attitude toward a subject is... Tone
The Mood of a story is The feeling or vibe you get from the story
What is the purpose and audience for "Of Plymouth Plantation"? to inspire the descendants of the Mayflower colonists with a record of their ancestors' faith and courage
What is the purpose for "Henry's Speech in the Virginia Convention" persuade the colonists to enter into war against Britain
In his Speech in the Virginia Convention, what future event does Henry compare to a "storm"? the war with Britain
Paine uses "summer soldier" and "sunshine patriot" to refer to those who support the Revolution only when it is convenient
What is allusion? Literary device that calls something to mind without mentioning it directly
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