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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. If a reader already knows information that the writer is repeating, what does it become?
(a) Imagery.
(b) Detail.
(c) Noise.
(d) Knowledge.

2. What is the storyteller's voice or attitude?
(a) Style.
(b) Mood.
(c) Tone.
(d) Voice.

3. Through which viewpoint can the writer enter the mind of any character?
(a) First person limited.
(b) Limited omniscient.
(c) Third person limited.
(d) Omniscient.

4. Which of the following is a question Knight suggests the writer must ask about 'who'?
(a) Who is the story about?
(b) Who is the protagonist?
(c) Who is the reader?
(d) Who is telling the story?

5. Through which viewpoint can the writer enter only one character's mind?
(a) First person omniscient.
(b) Second person.
(c) Omniscient.
(d) Limited omniscient.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is the term used to describe the opposite of a satisfying resolution by Knight?

2. According to Knight, which point of view is the most difficult for a writer to cope with?

3. If a writer finds too much wrong with a manuscript when reviewing it, what does Knight suggest might have to happen?

4. To sell his story, of what must a writer be aware?

5. If the writer feels the story is becoming boring, what does Knight believe is necessary?

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