|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What variation is For Ze Frrensh replacing in Exercises in Style?
(b) West Indian.
(d) Poor Lay Zanglay.
2. What is West Indian replacing in Exercises in Style?
3. What makes Ode unique compared to all other variations in Exercises in Style?
(a) It includes musical accompaniment.
(b) It tells the story from the perspective of the second man.
(c) It includes illustrations.
(d) It is the inspiration for a collection of poems by Queneau.
4. According to the narrator of Probabilist, what is not likely to occur?
(a) A third encounter.
(b) The hat's ribbon will be replaced.
(c) The first and second man will become friends.
(d) The man will move the button on his overcoat.
5. How are the events related in Mathematical?
(a) An equation.
(b) A matrix.
(c) A proof.
(d) In numbers.
Short Answer Questions
1. What language is English blended with in Gallicisms?
2. What is used throughout Futile?
3. How does the narrator of Modern Style describe the events witnessed?
4. What is the age of the narrator in Reactionary?
5. What is the rhyme scheme of the first stanza of Sonnet?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the author do to the basic story in the variation "Parts of Speech?"
2. Explain how the author can write the variation "Gustatory" without tasting anything that happens in the story?
3. Why do you think the author includes the variation "Interjections?"
4. What makes the narrator in the variation "Biased" a biased narrator?
5. Explain the variation "Olfactory."
6. What is a haiku and how is it used in Exercises in Style?
7. Compare and contrast "Back Slang" and "Dog Latin."
8. What is apostrophe in literature? How is it used in the variation "Apostrophe?"
9. Why do you think the author includes the variation "Feminine?"
10. What affect does "Proper Noun" create by replacing common nouns with proper names?
This section contains 747 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)