Plaese answer the Midterm questions from those stories. Read stories and answer the midterm. USE YOUR WORDS!!!!ENG 102 Midterm 1

ENG 102: English Composition II

Mrs. Saitta-Ringger Name:__________________

Midterm Exam: Fall 2020

Fiction terms: Write the letter of the term that each example below illustrates. You will not use all of the terms; no term is used twice. (20 pts.)
a. genre
g. fiction

m. short story

r. plot

x. conflict

b. climax
h. resolution

n. foreshadowing
s. flashback
y. irony

c. character
i. protagonist

o. flat character
t. setting
z. round character

d. theme
j. point of view
p. internal conflict
u. narrator
aa. external conflict

e. style

k. symbolism

q. allegory

v. foil

bb. metaphor

f. parable
l. first-person point of view

w. third-person point of view

1. The three “coming of age” stories, “Araby,” “The Lesson,” and “A & P,” are all told

from this point of view.

2. Aminadab and Aylmer in “The Birth-Mark”, and George and the padrone in “Cat in

the Rain,” are examples of this term.

3. Miss Emily’s confrontations with various male authority figures in the town illustrate

this term.

4. It is when Mrs. Mallard begins to hope that “life might be long” that she dies.
5. Montresor tells the story of his murder of Fortunato fifty years after it happened.
6. The narrator of “Bartleby, the Scrivener” feels compassion for Bartleby, but as a
businessman, cannot tolerate his eccentricities.

7. “Hills Like White Elephants” takes place in Spain; “Araby” takes place in Ireland.
8. The author of “The Lesson” chooses to use nonstandard English for the children’s

dialogue to illustrate their contrast to Miss Moore, who speaks grammatically

correct English.

9. Fortunato’s insistence that he will “‘not die of a cough’” illustrates this term.

10. In “Interpreter of Maladies,” Mr. Kapasi’s impressions of the Das family are related

from this point of view: “They were all like siblings, Mr. Kapasi thought as they

passed a row of date trees.”


Quotations: Identify the source (title), speaker, and briefly explain the significance of any five of the quotations below: (15 pts.)
1. “‘Don’t you think it would be a good idea if I let my hair grow out?’”
Title:________________________________ Speaker: ________________________________
2. “‘And we could have everything and every day we make it more impossible.’”
Title:________________________________ Speaker: ________________________________


3. “‘You are rich, respected, admired, beloved; you are happy, as once I was. You are a man to be missed. For me it is no matter.’”
Title:________________________________ Speaker: ________________________________


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