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THIS. IS. Jeopardy. Your. With. Host. YOUR NAME. Jeopardy. Outcasts of Poker Flat. Background. An Episode of War/Frederick Douglass. Owl Creek Bridge. Jumping Frog. The Story of an Hour/ To Build a Fire. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300.

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  1. THIS IS Jeopardy

  2. Your With Host... YOUR NAME

  3. Jeopardy Outcasts of Poker Flat Background An Episode of War/Frederick Douglass Owl Creek Bridge Jumping Frog The Story of an Hour/ To Build a Fire 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500

  4. Realism took place in America during this historical time period/war. A 100

  5. What is the Civil War? A 100

  6. This is the major difference between realism and naturalism. A 200

  7. What is realism dealt with man’s influence on the world and naturalism dealt with nature’s influence on man? A 200

  8. This is a reflection of death and mourning. A 300

  9. What is an elegy? A 300

  10. In Realism, this is prioritized over plot. A 400

  11. What is characterization? A 400

  12. This writer coined the term “gilded age.” A 500

  13. Who is Mark Twain? A 500

  14. When Crane describes the soldiers as “aggregation of wheels, levers, motors,” with “a beautiful unity,” he is emphasizing this about the wounded lieutenant. B 100

  15. What is the idea that “he is an outsider now who has no place in the machinery of war”? B 100

  16. This is how Douglass feels about slavery in terms of the slaveholder-slave relationship. B 200

  17. What is “slavery goes against the nature of both slaves and slaveholders”? B 200

  18. Douglass’s story reveals this that in the South slaves and women were both this. B 300

  19. What are subject to white male authority? B 300

  20. These people were ultimately responsible for teaching Douglass how to read. B 400

  21. Who are the neighborhood boys? B 400

  22. Describe the place of fate within two pieces of this unit. B 500

  23. What are “various answers accepted”?  B 500

  24. The following statement is written in this person/point of view: “He was awakened-ages later, it seemed to him-by…a sharp pressure.” C 100

  25. What is third-person limited point of view? C 100

  26. The following statement is written in this person/point-of-view: “The thought of his wife and children urged him on.” C 200

  27. What is third person omniscient? C 200

  28. This is the main function of the flashback in this story. C 300

  29. What is to explain why Peyton Farquhar is being hanged? C 300

  30. DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager C 400

  31. This event in the story provides a clue that certain events occur in Peyton Farquhar’s imagination rather than in reality. C 400

  32. What is the incredible detail of the river bank? C 400

  33. Peyton Farquhar was loyal to this side of the war for this reason. C 500

  34. What is the south because he was a wealthy plantation owner with many slaves? C 500

  35. “The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County” has a story-within-a-story, which is also known as this. D 100

  36. What is a frame tale? D 100

  37. This example of regional dialect: “He roused up, and gave me good day” means this. D 200

  38. What is “he stood up and greeted me”? D 200

  39. These things make this story a Regionalist piece. D 300

  40. What are “various answers accepted”?  D 300

  41. This aspect of the story makes it humorous. D 400

  42. What is “Simon Wheeler’s not recognizing how ridiculous his tale is”? D 400

  43. Tell me what this example of regional dialect means: “[Smiley’s dog] would grab the other dog…and hang on till they throwed up the sponge.” D 500

  44. What is “admit that they had lost the bet”? D 500

  45. The characters in this story are stereotypical characters, also known as these types of characters. E 100

  46. What are stock characters? E 100

  47. The four outcasts first behave this way when they are kicked out of town. E 200

  48. What is with bitterness? E 200

  49. The fact that Mother Shipton refers to Piney as “the child” suggests that she is this. E 300