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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 10 and 11.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What type of motives should be included when writing a character that is more believable?
(a) Inconsistent and changing.
(b) Consistent and unchanging.
(c) Clearly defined.
(d) Vaguely defined.
2. In Chapter 11, what does the author state makes a character believable?
(a) The absence of truth.
(b) The portrayal of truth.
(c) The allusion to truth.
(d) The illusion of truth.
3. In the subtitle of "Characters and Viewpoint", what are the three objectives that the author promises to deliver?
(a) How to invent, construct, and animate characters.
(b) How to find, invent, and portray characters.
(c) How to find, invent, and construct characters.
(d) How to invent, label, and portray characters.
4. How many basic factors are there common to all forms of narrative writing?
5. On a basic level, which one of the following defines character in a narrative?
(a) Relationships with milieu, but not idea.
(b) Relationships with milieu and idea.
(c) Relationships with idea, but not milieu.
(d) Relationships with all forms except for milieu and idea.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is "justification"?
2. What is the author's theory about fiction in Chapter 5?
3. In a story where character is the primary focus, how many characters need to be fully developed?
4. What is the amount of justification proportionate to?
5. Which perspective is placed on the humor by a writer in a comedy?
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