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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following is a question Knight suggests the writer must ask about 'who'?
(a) Who is telling the story?
(b) Who is the protagonist?
(c) Who is the story about?
(d) Who is the reader?
2. What is the storyteller's voice or attitude?
3. Which of the following does Knight not suggest is significant for the author to include in the beginning of the story?
4. What must a writer draw on to write the perfect ending?
(a) Momentum of the story as a whole.
(b) The use of diction and repetition.
(c) Character and plot development.
(d) Resolution of conflict.
5. How does a writer try to evoke emotions from a reader?
(b) All of these.
(c) Length of dialogue.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the term that means that any writing not relevant should be eliminated?
2. If the writer is creating a fictional town or building, how does Knight suggest creating integrity?
3. What is consonance?
4. Which of the following should a writer not do, according to Knight?
5. What is the purpose of reviewing work after it is complete?
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