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“Chicago” poems

William Faulkner

Jungle Vocabulary

SAT Prep

The Jungle

Potpourri

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This was Addie’s profession before she married Anse.

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What is a teacher?

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What is etymology?

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What is “X”?

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With his self-proclaimed identity as one who “observes” and “knows,” Faulkner is most like this character.

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Who is Darl?

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Since As I Lay Dying mocks the heroic narrative, it also belongs to this genre – like Swift’s “Modest Proposal.”

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What is satire?

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Even though James ordinarily was not (A) one to volunteer, (B) him and Sandra spent all day Saturday (C) helping out (D) at the soup kitchen. (E) No error.

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What is (B)?

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The incidence (A) of error in the recent census (B) performed by the federal government (C) were small (D) even by modern standards. (E) No error.

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What is (C)?

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Experience (A) having taught the homeowners that (B) to plant grass seed in the (C) shadiest part of their yard is a waste (D) of both time and money. (E) No error.

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What is (A)?

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Japan’s climate is similar to the northeastern coast of the United States.

A. Similar to the northeastern coast

B. Similar to the northeastern coast’s climate

C. Similar to that of the northeastern coast

D. Like the northeastern coast

E. Like being on the northeastern coast

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What is (C)?

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The speaker noted similarities between Jackson’s primary campaign with what happened in Kennedy’s primary campaign.

  • With what happened in Kennedy’s
  • B. And Kennedy’s
  • C. And that of Kennedy’s
  • D. And also Kennedy’s
  • E. With Kennedy’s
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What is (B)?

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Due to the ___________ nature of his crime – bringing four guns into the basketball arena – Gilbert Arenas was suspended indefinitely by the NBA.

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What is grievous?

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Tasha hoped that Talia would continue to be ____________ to the fact that she regularly stole her sister’s money when she wasn’t looking.

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What is oblivious?

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Kevyn enjoys camping because when he is in the woods and gazes towards the heavens, he is amazed by the _________ stars that light up the night sky.

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What is innumerable?

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As Jay Gatsby was primarily concerned with flouting his affluence, many of his photo frames in his home were ____________, rather than plated with silver or bronze.

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What is gilded?

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Because of the __________ of my pupils after a recent visit to the optometrist, I was nearly blinded by the sun when I went outside.

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What is dilation?

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This was Upton Sinclair’s primary concern in writing The Jungle.

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What is Muck-Raking?

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What is Socialism?

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What is Lithuania?

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What is winter?

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Given his use of colloquial language, Sandburg’s primary audience is probably this.

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What is the common man?

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What are Songs of Innocence?

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What is “When I Heard the Learn’d Astronomer”?

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What is excited?

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When Sandburg says Chicago “laughs as a boxer laughs,” he is employing these two literary devices.

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What are personification and simile?

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Who is Doc Rivers?

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What is Hampshire College?

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What is Arkansas?

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Who is Curt Schilling?

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Who is Robert B. Parker?

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Final

Jeopardy

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The Jungle was originally published in this format, a popular way to publish novels around the turn-of-the-century.