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Southern New Hampshire University ENG 122 SOPHIA English Comosition I Unit 1 Challenge 4. Unit 1 Challenge 4 1.1Why is character an important element of a narrative?  a.) It can allow the writ... er to take on multiple personas and points of view.  b.) It can create a stronger sense of separation between the writer and the reader.  c.) It can provide context and motivation for certain events that occur in the story.  d.) It makes it easier for a writer to identify the narrative arc. 1.2 What function does the narrative arc serve in narrative writing?  a.) It allows the writer to take an objective tone when discussing personal events.  b.) It gives the reader more freedom to interpret the meaning of the story.  c.) It helps the writer present the story's sequence of events to the reader in a meaningful way.  d.) It enables the writer to provide a wealth of descriptive details, whether or not they are relevant to the story. 1.3 What function does voice serve in narrative writing?  a.) It helps the writer secure the focused attention of the reader.  b.) It demonstrates the writer's level of expertise to the reader.  c.) It distinguishes one writer from another through stylistic choices.  d.) It conveys the writer's attitude toward the sequence of events. 2.1 The wallpaper, as I said before, is torn off in spots, and it sticketh closer than a brother—they must have had perseverance as well as hatred. Then the floor is scratched and gouged and splintered, the plaster itself is dug out here and there, and this great heavy bed, which is all we found in the room, looks as if it had been through the wars. Select the narrative technique that Charlotte Perkins Gilman uses in this excerpt from her short story "The Yellow Wallpaper."  a.) Dialogue  b.) Reflection  c.) Description  d.) Plot lines 2.2 Sam sat motionless in his room, half-heartedly scrolling through his Facebook page, as he did most afternoons. Suddenly he heard the front door open. It's too early for Dad to get home, he thought. "Dad, is that you?" he called out. There was no response, but he could hear the heavy thud of footsteps making their way toward his room. He knew that something was very wrong. Sam froze, his heart racing in his chest, his mind frantically trying to figure out his next move. Select the dominant narrative technique the writer uses in this excerpt.  a.) Character development  b.) Dialogue  c.) Pacing  d.) Reflection 2.3 He said that after the wallpaper was changed it would be the heavy bedstead, and then the barred windows, and then that gate at the head of the stairs, and so on. “You know the place is doing you good,” he said, “and really, dear, I don’t care to renovate the house just for a three months’ rental.” “Then do let us go downstairs,” I said, “there are such pretty rooms there.” Then he took me in his arms and called me a blessed little goose, and said he would go down cellar if I wished, and have it whitewashed into the bargain. Select the narrative technique that Charlotte Perkins Gilman uses in this excerpt from her short story "The Yellow Wallpaper."  a.) Character development  b.) Reflection  c.) Dialogue  d.) Plot lines 3.1 Choose the sentence that most clearly uses concrete details to help the reader experience what the writer is describing.  a.) Growing up, I spent a lot of time with my dad in the barn, watching him work on tractors that seemed to break down constantly.  b.) Growing up, I spent long, sweaty hours with my dad in the sun-bleached wood barn, watching him work on hulking tractors that reeked of scorched oil.  c.) Growing up, I spent time with my dad in the barn, watching him work on the unruly herd of tractors that he and his brother tended for the family farm.  d.) Growing up, I spent my summers with my dad in the old barn, watching him work on the three tractors that he and his brother used on the family farm. 3.2 The sky was streaked with red and orange as the day ended. Nostalgia was bubbling up inside of me as I watched the anchored ships with their white sails, bobbing gently in the harbor. Select the element of narrative language most heavily demonstrated in these sentences.  a.) Description  b.) Concrete detail  c.) Active verbs  d.) Figurative language 3.3 Which of the following sentences contains a simile?  a.) The apple trees are a blooming ocean rising from the flat prairie.  b.) The snowflakes falling from the dark sky glitter in the moon's glow.  c.) I had been tossed about in the air like a wooden puppet.  d.) My heart is an orchid, bursting with great promise of what will happen as I get older. 4.1 Select the option that correctly punctuates the dialogue.  a.) "This email" Charlotte whispered to herself "is going to need to work some magic."  b.) "This email," Charlotte whispered to herself, "is going to need to work some magic."  c.) "This email, Charlotte whispered to herself, is going to need to work some magic."  d.) "This email", Charlotte whispered to herself, "is going to need to work some magic". 4.2 Select the option that correctly punctuates the dialogue.  a.) “We’ll see if the email reminder does the trick.” Charlotte muttered.  b.) “We’ll see if the email reminder does the trick,” Charlotte muttered.  c.) "We’ll see if the email reminder does the trick" Charlotte muttered.  d.) “We’ll see if the email reminder does the trick Charlotte muttered.” 4.3 Select the option that correctly punctuates the dialogue.  a.) Under her breath, Charlotte said, "Let's hope everyone takes a hint from this email."  b.) Under her breath, Charlotte said; "Let's hope everyone takes a hint from this email."  c.) Under her breath, Charlotte said. "Let's hope everyone takes a hint from this email."  d.) Under her breath, Charlotte said "Let's hope everyone takes a hint from this email." 5.1 As I glanced at the long chain of tables, I caught the eyes of a paleface woman upon me. Immediately I dropped my eyes, wondering why I was so keenly watched by the strange woman. The man ceased his mutterings, and then a third bell was tapped. Everyone picked up his knife and fork and began eating. I began crying instead, for by this time I was afraid to venture anything more. Which element of narrative structure is most prominently featured in this passage from Zitkala-Sa's American Indian Stories?  a.) Point of view to show the perspectives of multiple narrators.  b.) Character development to explain the actions of the people in the story.  c.) Scene setting to establish the context of the story.  d.) Conflict to drive the story forward and hold the reader's attention. 5.2 In a passage from "The Yellow Wallpaper," Charlotte Perkins Gilman's narrator describes how the wallpaper in her bedroom greatly disturbs her: I get positively angry with the impertinence of it and the everlastingness. Up and down and sideways they crawl, and those absurd, unblinking eyes are everywhere. There is one place where two breadths didn’t match, and the eyes go all up and down the line, one a little higher than the other. The description of the wallpaper as “impertinent” is an example of which of the following?  a.) Simile  b.) Metaphor  c.) Personification  d.) Concrete detail 5.3 It is a big, airy room, the whole floor nearly, with windows that look all ways, and air and sunshine galore. It was nursery first and then playground and gymnasium, I should judge; for the windows are barred for little children, and there are rings and things in the walls. What is the primary purpose of this passage from Charlotte Perkins Gilman's "The Yellow Wallpaper?"  a.) To summarize the plot of the story.  b.) To introduce the cast of characters.  c.) To set the scene for the reader.  d.) To establish a third-person point of view. [Show More]

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