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Jeopardy List 1List 2List 3List 4 List 5 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from H1 allusion
$100 Answer from H1 a figure of speech which makes brief, even causal reference to a historical or literary figure, event, or object.
$200 Question from H1 analogy
$200 Answer from H1 comparison of two things that are alike in some respects
$300 Question from H1 analysis
$300 Answer from H1 taking a subject and breaking it into its components and subjecting those components to a detailed scrutiny
$400 Question from H1 antagonist
$400 Answer from H1 character or force in a literary work that opposes the main character
$500 Question from H1 anecdote
$500 Answer from H1 a brief story or tale told by a character in a piece of literature used to make a point
$100 Question from H2 audience
$100 Answer from H2 persons reading a piece of writing, must be taken into account when a writer begins to compose his work
$200 Question from H2 claim
$200 Answer from H2 an assertion of something as a fact; to demand as a right or as due
$300 Question from H2 colloquial
$300 Answer from H2 ordinary language
$400 Question from H2 connotation
$400 Answer from H2 the implied meaning of a word; the feeling of a word
$500 Question from H2 denotation
$500 Answer from H2 the dictionary definition of a word
$100 Question from H3 diction
$100 Answer from H3 an author’s choice of words to convey a tone or effect
$200 Question from H3 evidence
$200 Answer from H3 an indication or a sign
$300 Question from H3 exposition
$300 Answer from H3 the explanation or analysis of a subject; presenting the meaning or purpose of an issue
$400 Question from H3 foil
$400 Answer from H3 a person or thing that makes another seem better by contrast
$500 Question from H3 genre
$500 Answer from H3 term used to describe literary forms
$100 Question from H4 imagery
$100 Answer from H4 sensory details in a work; the use of figurative language to evoke a feeling, call to mind an idea, or describe an object
$200 Question from H4 inference
$200 Answer from H4 the process of arriving at a conclusion from a hint, implication, or suggestion
$300 Question from H4 narrative
$300 Answer from H4 a form of writing that tells a story
$400 Question from H4 speaker
$400 Answer from H4 the person—not necessarily the author—who is the voice of the poem or story
$500 Question from H4 point of view
$500 Answer from H4 view of the situation or events in the story (first, third, third omniscient)
$100 Question from H5 protagonist
$100 Answer from H5 the chief character in a work of literature
$200 Question from H5 syntax
$200 Answer from H5 the way in which words are put together to form sentences
$300 Question from H5 thesis
$300 Answer from H5 focus statement of an essay; point of discussion the essay is based on
$400 Question from H5 transition
$400 Answer from H5 words and devices that bring unity and coherence to a piece of writing
$500 Question from H5 voice
$500 Answer from H5 the acknowledged or unacknowledged source of words of the story; the speaker or “person” telling the story
Final Jeopardy What is another term for speaker?
Final Jeopardy Answer persona
Speaker Occasion Audience Purpose Subject Tone
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