Presentation on theme: "TEST: Frankenstein & the Romantic Age. PART I – Matching Characters Questions 1-25: Match characters, places, objects, or symbols to their BEST description."— Presentation transcript:
PART I – Matching Characters Questions 1-25: Match characters, places, objects, or symbols to their BEST description (1 point each) PART II – True or False Questions 26-80: Select TRUE if the statement is ENTIRELY TRUE or FALSE if any part of the answer is NOT true.
PART IV – Order of Events Questions 81-97: Identify the correct speaker of each quote provided. PART III – Identify Quotes Place 16 events in the order that they occur in the novel.
Part V: Romantic & Gothic Traits Identify each quote or example provided as being either Romantic or Gothic (18 quotes) Match each quote provided to one of the themes of the novel (10 quotes) Part VI: Themes
Part VII: Fill in the Blank Identify literary devices (examples or definitions) that appear throughout Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and/or other Romantic writers or writers who inspired Shelley or who were inspired by Shelley (Milton, Coleridge, Rousseau, Thoreau) (15-30 questions). Consider: Romanticism & Transcendentalism The Gothic novel Allusions Framing Narrator Any other devices from A-H Literary Terms may that may apply!
Part VIII: Fill in the Blank Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge Paradise Lost by John Milton Be familiar with these two poems, their themes, their use of literary devices, and their significance to Frankenstein