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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What should the writer avoid when defining the voice of a narrator?
(a) Overuse of speech habit.
(b) Underuse of speech habit.
(c) Underuse of metaphors.
(d) Overuse of metaphors.
2. Which character in Pygmalion does the author use as an example of a character that changes him or herself?
3. What are the three ways a writer should penetrate the mind or experience of the viewpoint narrator?
(a) Random, shallow, and extensive.
(b) Cinematic, light, and deep.
(c) Cinematic, clear, and blurred.
(d) Random, brief, and detailed.
4. How does a flashback affect the present narrative?
(a) It does not affect the narrative.
(b) It speeds the narrative up.
(c) It slows the narrative down.
(d) It stops the narrative.
5. How can changes in people be perceived by others?
(a) They will never understand it.
(b) They might not want to understand it.
(c) They will always understand it.
(d) They might not understand it.
6. What is the main advantage of a first person narrative?
(a) To cause the reader to accept their own world.
(b) To let the reader understand the world differently than the narrator sees it.
(c) To encourage the reader to accept the world as someone else sees it.
(d) To let the reader see the world as someone else sees it.
7. In comedy, how should a transformation be presented?
(a) Close to the end of the story.
(b) In the middle of the story.
(c) In an unjustified way.
(d) In a justified way.
8. How can a character effectively have a random transformation?
(a) Only in a world where random change is abnormal.
(b) Only in a world where everyone else changes.
(c) Only in a world where no one else changes.
(d) Only in a world where random change is normal.
9. What can a third person narrative suffer from?
(a) A closeness in space.
(b) A closeness in time.
(c) A distance in space.
(d) A distance in time.
10. In the author's opinion, what must a transformation be?
(b) Justified and logical.
11. What is one of fiction's most important purposes?
(a) To make the reader feel less sorrow.
(b) To make the reader feel less uncomfortable.
(c) To make the reader feel more sorrow.
(d) To make the reader feel more uncomfortable.
12. In order to help make a character more believable, how should the details be presented?
13. What type of humor is injected into a comedy?
14. Which type of narrative is most often used when writing from a Representation perspective?
(a) First person.
(b) First person or second person.
(c) Third person.
(d) Second person.
15. What type of relationships can contribute to a character's attitude?
(c) Past, present, or future.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is an omniscient narrator?
2. How do the motives of a believable character affect the direction of the story?
3. How does the author describe the world created in a first person narrative in Chapter 16?
4. According to the author in the beginning of Chapter 12, what changes along with people?
5. How much impact does sound have on the types of voices the author is discussing in Chapter 13?
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