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The central idea of the story is called what? A 100
Theme A 100
Define an explicit theme? A 200
It is stated outright A 200
What is an implicit theme? A 300
A theme subtly woven into the elements of the story. A 300
What are the two types of theme? A 400
Explicit and implicit A 400
What is the best way to find the central idea of a story? A 500
Analyze the parts of the story (characters, conflict, structure) A 500
Why does the parson refuse to tell the people where the silver mine is? B 100
He is trying to protect the people from destructive greed. B 100
The kings decision not to seek out the silver mine shows what about the king? B 200
He respects the sacrifice of the parson for the welfare of his people. B 200
In the end, what does the king decide is most important to his kingdom? B 300
A good and happy people. B 300
What is the basic theme of the Silver Mine? B 400
Wealth has corrupting power. B 400
Give the three examples of the parsons wise leadership. B 500
Refuses to bring destruction on the villagers, He is willing to stay poor, he is willing to help the king. B 500
Why does Mr. Gessler display bitterness when he notices that the narrator is wearing a pair of boots that he did not make? C 100
The big companies are taking away his business. C 100
Based on the narrators actions and attitudes, the author of Quality wants the reader to consider the Gesslers noble for what? C 200
Their commitment to quality C 200
What does the narrator do that shows his deep regard for the Gesslers. C 300
Almost cries C 300
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What is the primary conflict in Quality? C 400
Man vs. a power greater than himself. (Gesslers vs growing industrial society) C 400
What is the theme of Quality? C 500
One achieves excellence by refusing to compromise his ideals. C 500
Who wrote Dr. Heideggers Experiment? D 100
Nathaniel Hawthorne D 100
Dr Heideggers Experiment teaches what? D 200
It is probable that a man will waste the chance to correct past mistakes. D 200
How does Dr. Heidegger know that he has chosen the right subjects for his experiment? D 300
They have made mistakes that they seem unlikely to repeat. D 300
What did the subjects of his experiment learn from the experiment? D 400
Nothing D 400
What is the theme of Dr. Heideggers Experiment? D 500
Some people do not gain wisdom as they should. D 500
Many of the most well known fairy tales come to us from what nation? E 100
France E 100
The Prince in Beauty and the Beast and the speaker in When You Are Old both recognize what? E 200
Inward beauty is more important than outward beauty. E 200
What does the prince mean when he gives Beauty the advice Do not trust too much to your eyes? E 300
Do not make judgments based on outward appearances only. E 300
Beauty finally realizes how much she loves the Beast what happens? E 400
When she thinks she has arrived too late to save his life. E 400
What is the theme of Beauty and the Beast? E 500
Surface beauty is superfluous (surface) in evaluating true worth. E 500
Who wrote When You Are Old? F 100
William Butler Yeats F 100
What is an extended metaphor used to form a story on two levels? F 200
Allegory F 200
What kind of irony is it when the reader is aware of a plot development and the characters are not? F 300
Dramatic irony F 300
What kind of irony is being used when an even in a story violates normal expectations? F 400
Situation Irony F 400
What is a person, place, thing, or idea that means something in addition to itself? F 500
A symbol F 500
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