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Lit Terms- Examples

Match the literary term with the example

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Lois Lowry used the word "release" in place of "kill." This is an example of: Euphemism
Even though the Giver was the wisest man in the Community, he had the least power. Since this is not what we would expect, it is an example of: Irony
Early in the book, Lois Lowry hinted to us that these people lacked the ability to see color. This is an example of: foreshadowing
The Giver takes place in a futuristic Community where everything is "perfect." This is an example of: Setting
Due to it's futuristic elements, The Giver is an example of the science-fiction category. Science-fiction is an example of: Genre
Jonas, Cinderella, Shrek, Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, Harry Potter, Woody, and Buzz Lightyear are all examples of: Protagonist
Since The Giver is told by someone not in the story and it follows Jonas, it is example of: 3rd person limited point of view
Voldemort, Evil Stepmother, Big Bad Wolf, Nag/Nagina, and the Joker are examples of: Antagonist
Since Fire Us is told by someone not in the story and it follows multiple characters, it is an example of: 3rd person omniscient point of view
Since Z for Zachariah is told by a character in the story, it is an example of: 1st person point of view
Jonas is an 11-year-old boy who lives with his Mother, Father, and sister. Which section of the plot diagram would this information be found? Exposition
Jonas and the Giver make a plan for Jonas to escape from the Community. Which section of the plot diagram would this information be found? Climax
Jonas and Gabe will join the normal civilization they found. Which section of the plot diagram would this information be found? Resolution
Jonas meets the Giver for the first time and sees something he hasn't seen before--lots of books. Which section of the plot diagram would this information be found? Rising Action
Jonas rides away from the Community with Gabriel. Which section of the plot diagram would this information be found? Falling Action
The main problem of The Giver is an example of this type of conflict: Character vs. society
When Jonas struggles with himself after lying to his parents, it's an example of this type of conflict: character vs. self
When Jonas experiences sunburn, it's an example of this type of conflict: : character vs. nature
When Jonas argues with Asher about playing the game of war, it's an example of this type of conflict: character vs. character
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