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Final Exam Review How is the poem “Moco Limping” related to the poem “My Mistress’ Eyes?”

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1 Final Exam Review How is the poem “Moco Limping” related to the poem “My Mistress’ Eyes?”

2 Final Exam Review How would you change the plot of “The Cask of Amontillado” by Edgar Allen Poe?

3 Final Exam Review What is the relationship between Rainsford and General Zaroff?

4 Final Exam Review What is the relationship between the speaker in “My Mistress’ Eyes” and the woman described in the poem?

5 Final Exam Review What is the relationship between Montresor and Fortunato?

6 Final Exam Review How would you justify the speaker’s disappointment in “Moco Limping?”

7 Final Exam Review What would you recommend to Montresor if he had confided in you about his plan to trap and kill Fortunato?

8 Final Exam Review Suppose you could sit down and have a conversation with General Zaroff. What would you ask him? Why would you ask him those questions?

9 Final Exam Review Based on the information presented in “My Mistress’ Eyes,” how would you describe the love the speaker has for his mistress?

10 Final Exam Review How would your opinion of the poem “My Mistress’ Eyes” change if the speaker had presented more positive comparisons to describe his lady?

11 Final Exam Review Identify a shift in the poem “My Mistress’ Eyes.” What word/words indicate this shift? What type of shift is it (tone/speaker/topic)?

12 Final Exam Review What is a possible theme statement for the poem “Moco Limping?”

13 Final Exam Review What is a possible theme statement for the poem “My Mistress’ Eyes?”

14 Final Exam Review How does the poet’s diction contribute to a tone of acceptance in the poem “Moco Limping?”

15 Final Exam Review What evidence can you find to support the following statement: Rainsford’s estimation of the animals he hunts changes from the beginning of the story to the end of the story.

16 Final Exam Review What evidence can you find to support the following statement? The speaker in “My Mistress’ Eyes” believes that the comparisons he uses to depict his lady is more genuine that the comparisons other men and poets use to depict their ladies.

17 Final Exam Review What could Montresor have done to maximize his plan of revenge against Fortunato?

18 Final Exam Review Identify one example of each in “The Cask of Amontillado”: Audible appeal Olfactory appeal Visual appeal

19 Final Exam Review Identify one example of each in “The Cask of Amontillado”: Verbal Irony Dramatic Irony

20 Final Exam Review Identify one example of each in “The Most Dangerous Game”: Verbal Irony Dramatic Irony

21 Final Exam Review Identify one example of each in “The Most Dangerous Game”: Audible appeal Olfactory appeal Visual appeal

22 Final Exam Review Review the paraphrase for the poem “Moco Limping.” Review the paraphrase for the poem “My Mistress’ Eyes.”

23 Final Exam Review Identify five AAAWWUBBIS words. Identify four words that may be commonly confused for an AAAWWUBBIS word.

24 Final Exam Review This is for everyone in the group Write four complex sentences that relate to the following prompts: How is General Zaroff similar to a vampire type character in literature? How is Montresor similar to a vampire type character in literature? What is the speaker’s tone in the final lines of the poem “Moco Limping?” What is the speaker’s tone in the poem “My Mistress’ Eyes?”

25 Final Exam Review Identify four characteristics of vampire type characters in literature according to chapter three in How to Read Literature Like a Professor.

26 Final Exam Review What vampire type characteristic best portrays General Zaroff? Explain your idea using details from the story.

27 Final Exam Review What vampire characteristic best portrays Montresor? Explain your ideas using details from the text.

28 Final Exam Review Define the following terms: Verbal Irony Dramatic Irony Situational Irony Foreshadowing

29 Final Exam Review Define the following terms: Alliteration Personification Metaphor Simile

30 Final Exam Review Do you agree with the actions of Rainsford at the end of the story? Explain your answer.


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