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2 Realism Jeopardy The 1800’s Realism, Regionalism, or Naturalism Literary Terms Name that Realist Work Fill in the Blank

3 “My Bondage and My Freedom”

4 Realism Back

5 “The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County”

6 Regionalism Back

7 First American exposé documentary written by Jacob Riis

8 “How the Other Half Lives” Back

9 Charles Darwin wrote this text which inspired the Naturalist literary movement.

10 Origin of Species Back

11 Realism focuses on the life of the _____ man.

12 Common Back

13 Type of irony in which the audience knows something the characters do not know

14 Dramatic Irony Back

15 Type of irony in which what is said has an opposite meaning of what is meant

16 Verbal Irony Back

17 Literary reflection of Regional landscapes and cultures

18 Local Color Back

19 Boom of new technology and industry in the North.

20 Industrial Revolution Back

21 In “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” protagonist Peyton Farquhar had _____ illusions of survival. (Hint: Associated with Literary Movement)

22 Romantic/ Transcendental Back

23 “He was a Federal Scout”

24 “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” Back

25 “She was not satisfied in simply doing as well as her husband had commanded her, but she seemed resolved to better his instruction.”

26 “My Bondage and My Freedom” Back

27 “Thish-yer Smiley had a mare- the boys called her the fifteen minute nag…”

28 “The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County” Back

29 He wrote the Communist Manifesto

30 Karl Marx Back

31 Daily Double

32 Story structure in which one story is imbedded in another.

33 Frame Structure Back

34 In “To Build a Fire,” what advice does the man fail to follow?

35 Never travel alone in the Klondike Back

36 Includes Humor

37 Regionalism Back

38 Term or phrase reflecting the dialect of a certain region

39 colloquialism Back

40 Who is the narrator of “The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County?”

41 Educated observer Back

42 Social Darwinists view humans as _____ competing for scarce_____.

43 animals/ resources Back

44 “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge”

45 Realism or Naturalism Back

46 “To Build a Fire”

47 Naturalism Back

48 Frederick Douglass was a slave owned by the _____ family.

49 Auld Back

50 Realism was a response to this American event

51 The Civil War Back

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53 Naturalist stories usually end in _____.

54 Death Back


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