Mid-Book Test - Hard
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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the author of Piers Plowman?
2. Who is the author of Crime and Punishment?
3. What kind of intelligence does Gardner say is important to the writer in Chapter 1?
4. Who developed the style of the "epiphany story" in The Dubliners?
5. The two things that keep the common reader turning the pages, according to Gardner are story or what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is writing usually rejected, according to Gardner?
2. What does Gardner say of "recognizing the significant" in Chapter 1?
3. What does Gardner write of expressing characters' emotions in Chapter 1?
4. What does Gardner say of finding support for the author in Chapter 3?
5. How does Gardner suggest "building up" oneself to writing novels in Chapter 4?
6. Why must a teacher avoid projecting their aesthetic view on writers?
7. Where does the author find faith, according to Gardner in Chapter 4?
8. How does Gardner explain characterization and story through his hypothetical story in Chapter 1?
9. What does Gardner say regarding the study of philosophy and psychology?
10. What does Gardner say in the beginning of Chapter 2 regarding author education and state funding?
What subjects are worthwhile or important for the author in gaining a well-rounded education? Why?
Describe the author's keen sense of observation. Why is this necessary? How does it affect the author?
Describe the qualities which make a good or a bad teacher in a fiction writing class. What are some of the "red flags" which indicate an author should leave the program?
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