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AM. LIT FINAL

american lit final exam 10 th year, etc.

QuestionAnswer
What did Langston Hughes write? "The Weary Blues" and "Harlem"
What did Zora Neale Hurston write? "Dust Tracks On A Road"
What did Countee Cullen write? "Tableau" and "Incident"
What did Carl Sandburg write? "Chicago"
What did E.E. Cummings write? "what if a much of a which of a wind"
What did William Carlos Williams write? "The Red Wheelbarrow"
What did Earnest Hemingway write? "Old Man and The Sea"
What did John Steinbeck write? "Of Mice and Men"
What did Harper Lee write? TKAM
What did Lorraine Hansberry write? "Raisen In The Sun"
What did Elie Weisel write? "Night"
What did James Thurber write? "Secret Life of Walter Mitty"
What did Eudora Welty write? "A Worn Path"
What did Katherine Anne Porter write? "The Jilting Of Granny Weatherall"
What did Willa Cather write? "A Wagner Matinee"
What did Flannery O'Conner write? "The Life You Save May Be Your Own"
What did Edgar Lee Masters write? "Spoon River Anthology"
What did F. Scott Fitzgerald write? "Winter Dreams"
What did William Falkner write? "A Rose For Emily"
What did James Wolfe write? "His Father's Earth"
In "Of Mice and Men", Lennie and George originally came from which town?" Weeds
In "Of Mice and Men", Lennie is told that if in trouble he is supposed to run to where? The spot in the woods by the river, where George and Lennie rest in the beginning chapters
In "Of Mice and Men", Lennie keeps what in his pocket and why? A dead mouse because he likes the way it feels when he pets it
In "Of Mice and Men", George explains that Lennie almost died because of him by doing what? He told Lennie to jump into the water and Lennie almost drowned
In "Of Mice and Men", Crooks gets his name by what? his crooked spine
In "Of Mice and Men", Crooks is the only ____ man on the ranch. black
In "Of Mice and Men", George and Lennie dream about owning what? a farm
In "Of Mice and Men", George threatens to take away what priveledge of Lennies if he does something wrong? the ability to tend the rabbits
In "Of Mice and Men", Slim's dog has puppies and promises one to whom? Lennie
In "Of Mice and Men", when the puppy bit Lennie, how did he react? he killed the puppy by hitting it on the head
In "Of Mice and Men", what personal information does Curley's wife reveal to Lennie? That she wanted to be an actress and doesn't like Curley. She is also lonely
In "Of Mice and Men", Lennie accidently kills who is the barn and how does he do it? Curleys wife- she let him pet her hair and he pulled to hard and she screamed, then Lennie accidently broke her neck
In "Old Man and The Sea", the old man has gone how many days without catching a fish? 84
In "Old Man and The Sea", the old man's hero is who and why? Dimaggio- a baseball player for the Yankees who is Cuban and whose father loved to fish
In "Old Man and The Sea", the little boys name is what? Manolin
In "Old Man and The Sea", the old man compares himself to what animal? a turtle- webbed hands
In "Old Man and The Sea", Santiago wants the fish to jump why? to fill the fishes sacks in the back of his head with air so that he can't go deep to die
In "Old Man and The Sea", what kind of fish does he catch? a marlin
In "Old Man and The Sea", Santiago doesn't trust what? his left hand
In "Old Man and The Sea", Santiago aimed the spear at what part of the fish? the heart
In "Old Man and The Sea", why did the shark attack the fish? the smell of the marlin's blood was in the water
In "Old Man and The Sea", after the shark attacked the fish, what did Santiago bring home to prove his catch? a huge skeleton
In "A Worn Path", what is the name of the elder that travels through the forest? Phoenix Jackson
In "A Worn Path", why does the woman travel? To get medicine for her sick grandson
In "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty", Walter's wife contantly nags him, which causes him to what? daydream a lot about things he would rather be doing
In "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty", in Walter's daydreams what does he see himself doing? flying a hydroplane, fixing a complicated medical machine, being on trial for murder
In "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty", in Walter's one daydream, how does the court daydream conclude? while his attorney tries to prove him innocent for murder, he valiently admits to the murder of Gregory Fitzhurst
Setting is used in which literary works? "Wagner Matinee" and "Rose for Emily"
Plot is used in which literary works? TAKM
Conflict is used in which literary works? "Of Mice and Men" and "Raisen in The Sun"
Theme is used in which literary works? "A Worn Path"
Metaphor is used in which literary works? "Jiltling of Granny Weatherall"
Stream of Consciouseness is used in which literary works? "Jiltling of Granny Weatherall"
Epitaph is used in which literary works? "Spoon River Anthology"
Symbolism is used in which literary works? TKAM, "Jilting of Granny Weatherall"
Antagonist is used in which literary works? "Secret Life of Walter Mitty"
Protagonist is used in which literary works? "Secret Life of Walter Mitty"
Denotation the literal meaning of a word- ex. cool (cold) vs. cool (popular)--now the (cold) example would be the denotation
Conotation the sarcastic/stupid meaning of a word- ex. cool (cold) vs. cool (popular)--now the (popular) example would be the conotation
Langston Hughes wrote in which literary time period? Harlem Renaissance
Zora Neale Hurston wrote in which literary time period? Harlem Renaissance
Claude McCay wrote in which literary time period? Harlem Renaissance
Countee Cullen wrote in which literary time period? Harlem Renaissance
Robert Frost wrote in which literary time period? Poet from the Modern Period
Carl Sandburg wrote in which literary time period? Poet from the Modern Period
E.E. Cummings wrote in which literary time period? Poet from the Modern Period
William Carlos Williams wrote in which literary time period? Poet from the Modern Period
Robert Frost was a ______poet. traditional
Carl Sandburg wrote about where he lived such as ___________. Chicago
E.E. Cummings ______ all of the rules. broke
Earnest Hemingway invented what? The Hemmingway Code---heroes, etc.
John Steinbeck wrote during the ___________. Great Depression
Thomas Wolfe used extreme ____________. description
James Thurber was known as the _________ _________ _________. Great American Humorist
William Falukner wrote ____________. Southern Gothic Tales
Willa Cather was from _________ and her story "Wagner Matinee" also has a character from there. Nebraska
Created by: amylynn