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Jeopardy!. ?. Literary Terms $500. An extravagant statement or exaggeration. home. Hyperbole. home. Literary Terms $200. To show or indicate beforehand what will take place in the story at a later time. home. Foreshadowing . home. Literary Terms $100.

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    1. Jeopardy! ?

    2. Literary Terms$500 An extravagant statement or exaggeration home

    3. Hyperbole home

    4. Literary Terms$200 To show or indicate beforehand what will take place in the story at a later time home

    5. Foreshadowing home

    6. Literary Terms$100 A comparison using the words “like” or “as” home

    7. Simile home

    8. Literary Terms$300 A person or thing that provides a striking contrast to another character home

    9. Foil home

    10. Literary Terms$400 A statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or absurd but in reality expresses a possible truth home

    11. Paradox home

    12. “The Most Dangerous Game”$100 This literary device is used in Whitney’s statement, “The place [Ship Trap Island] has a reputation – a bad one” home

    13. Foreshadowing home

    14. “The Most Dangerous Game”$200 This literary device is used in the following quote: “We try to be civilized here” home

    15. Irony home

    16. “The Most Dangerous Game”$400 Which character is a good foil for General Zaroff? home

    17. Ivan home

    18. “The Most Dangerous Game”$300 What do we infer from the ending lines of “The Most Dangerous Game” in which General Zaroff says, “On guard, Rainsford…” ? home

    19. Rainsford kills General Zaroff home

    20. “The Most Dangerous Game”$500 What literary device is seen in this excerpt from “The Most Dangerous Game”? “He stood there rubbing his injured shoulder, and Rainsford, with fear gripping his heart, heard the general’s mocking laugh ring through the jungle.” home

    21. Personification home

    22. “The Necklace” $100 What is the irony at the end of the story? home

    23. After Mme. Loisel worked so hard for the necklace, it turned out to be fake. home

    24. “The Necklace” $200 What is a theme in ” The Necklace”? home

    25. “Looks can be deceiving.” “Honesty is the best policy.”“Pride goes for the fall.”“Be happy with what you have.” home

    26. “The Necklace” $300 How does Mme. Loisel react to her husband’s news that he received an invitation to the reception at the Ministerial Mansion? home

    27. She surprisingly gets upset at her husband home

    28. “The Necklace” $400 In which point of view does the author narrate “The Necklace” ? Here is a sample to get an idea: “For her, it was all over. For him, there was the thought that he would have to be at the Ministry at ten o’clock. ” home

    29. Third-Person Omniscient home

    30. “The Necklace” $500 How does Mme. Loisel change over the course of the story? home

    31. At the beginning, she constantly desires to be a part of the wealthy, but at the end she is proud and joyful at how hard she has learned to work.

    32. Authors $100 American author of science fiction and fantasy and opposes modern computers and the internet, but advocates space travel home

    33. Ray Bradbury home

    34. Authors $200 American author of short stories, novels, and screenplays; originally from New York home

    35. Richard Connell home

    36. Authors$300 Famous French short story writer; shared some of the same social class struggles as his characters home

    37. Guy de Maupassant home

    38. Authors$400 Couldnot afford to go to college, but spent 2-3 days a week for ten years in the library reading and learning home

    39. Ray Bradbury home

    40. Authors$500 Died at the age of 42 in a Paris asylum. home

    41. Guy de Maupassant home

    42. “A Sound of Thunder”$100 What can we infer is the sound of thunder at the end of the story? home

    43. Travis shooting Eckels home

    44. “A Sound of Thunder”$200 What literary device does Bradbury use in the following excerpt? “The Pyramids are still in the earth, waiting to be cut out and put up. Remember that. Alexander, Caesar, Napoleon, Hitler – none of them exists.” home

    45. Allusion home

    46. “A Sound of Thunder”$300 In “The Sound of Thunder” , Travis warns Eckels and the other hunters to stay on the path and not go off for any reason. What literary device is Bradbury using? home

    47. Foreshadowing home

    48. “A Sound of Thunder”$400 What object does Eckels ultimately step on that changes the future? home

    49. A butterfly home

    50. “A Sound of Thunder”$500 In what way is the allusion, “Moses has not gone to the mountain to talk with God,” related to the cultural setting of “A Sound of Thunder”? home