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Quiz (Afro-Asian Literature)

1. This is a part of the traditional seven arts (painting, sculpture, architecture, music, dance, drama) which focuses in language presented in wellexpressed ideas or feelings using symbols or metaphors. *Literature 2. Any work that deals, in part or in whole, with information or events that are not real, but rather, imaginary and theoreticalthat is, invented by the author is called FICTION. My question is, how many classifications/kinds does fiction have? *Six (6) 3. Enumerate the classifications/kinds of fiction in any order. *Prose allegory, Prose romances, Prose satires, Novel, Short Stories, Novelettes 4. This fiction makes use of typical themes which develops from stock characters such as cruel king, magic, supernatural changes and always assumes a happy ending. * Fairy Tale 5. _________ is a short, amusing tale often satirical directed against women, the clergy and marriage. *Fabliau(x) 6. The Old Man and the Sea written and published by Hemingway in 1952 is an excellent example of ______________. *novelette 7. In 19 century, around 3200 BC the oldest story ever written was an Egyptian tale entitled as __________________________________. * The Brothers 8. What is the other terminology for folk tales? 9-10. Novels can be divided into 3 types. Give two (2) division/kind/classification of novels. *Fantasy, Love and Adventure II. Elements of/Guidelines in Reading Fiction
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1. Characters give sense of physical appearance of people fully fleshed and with inner life. One can play as the major or the minor character. Most of the time, the minor character is unchanging, he/she remains the same from the beginning to the end. 2. On the other hand, characters are _________________ when they exhibit some kind of change maybe of attitude, purpose, behavior as the story progresses. 3-4. The point of view refers to who tells the story and how it is told. What are the two categories of point of view? 5. ______________ is the authors implicit attitude toward the reader, subject, and/or the people, places, and events in a work as revealed by the elements of the authors style. 6. A ______________ is a person, object, image, word, or event that evokes a range of additional meanings beyond and usually more abstract than its literal significance. It gives ideas to avoid further explanations. 7. _____________ is the physical and social context in which the action of a story occurs. 8-10. Plot, the action element in fiction, is the arrangement of events that make up a story. What are the three (3) elements of plot? III. Give five (5) guidelines in reading fiction.