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  1. CHINESE FOOD FOR THOUGHT WHAT’S A GRECIAN “URN”? A CATEGORY FOR ALL SEASONS THE JOLLY GREEN GIANT POTPOURRI $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000

  2. She is the Joy Luck mother who managed to deceive her way out of a prearranged marriage.

  3. Who is Lindo Jong?

  4. China is an example of this kind of culture.

  5. What is a high context culture?

  6. She is the Joy Luck mother who wishes to be found.

  7. Who is Ying-ying St. Clair

  8. This is a device used by women who had been socialized into silence in early 20th century China.

  9. What is the talk story?

  10. The Joy Luck Club is divided into this many groups of the same number of stories.

  11. What is four?

  12. “Ode on a Grecian Urn” is a famous example of this kind of poetry.

  13. What is ekphrastic poetry?

  14. This is when a speaker addresses an inanimate object.

  15. What is apostrophe?

  16. According to Keats, beauty is this.

  17. What is truth?

  18. This is the number of distinct scenes pictured on the Grecian urn.

  19. What is three?

  20. Keats is grouped with this group of English poets, which also included Byron and Wordsworth.

  21. Who are the Romantics?

  22. Henry VIII is one of these for Sir Thomas More.

  23. What is a foil?

  24. Thomas More intentionally starts an argument with this character, so as to protect him form harm.

  25. Who is the Duke of Norfolk?

  26. Until More goes to trial, this is represented by the land.

  27. What is the law?

  28. In the play, this serves as a symbol for public morality.

  29. What is the water?

  30. This the primary virtue for which the audience is supposed to admire More.

  31. What is integrity, constancy, or adherence to one’s own principles?

  32. She is the half sister of King Arthur, and in most tellings, an enemy of Arthur’s court.

  33. Who is Morgan Le Fey?

  34. This is the first animal to which Gawain is compared, representing how he was caught off guard.

  35. What is a deer?

  36. The appearance of this building helps associate the Green Knight with paganism.

  37. What is the Green Chapel?

  38. Place name borrowed by J.R.R. Tolkien for The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.

  39. What is Middle Earth?

  40. He is the Knight of the Round Table who eventually brought about Camelot’s downfall by violating the provisions of courtly love.

  41. Who is Sir Lancelot?

  42. This is the primary theme of quarter one in the class.

  43. What is awareness?

  44. In Greek Mythology, he was condemned to push a boulder up a hill for all eternity.

  45. Who is Sisyphus?

  46. “A Canary’s Ideas” is a story reflecting this literary movement.

  47. What is magical realism?

  48. The willingness of an individual to sacrifice himself or herself for some greater good is frequently considered a component of this.

  49. What is heroism?

  50. She is the poet who wrote “How Far is it to the Land We Left?”