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Puritan Playoff . Which historical event is not associated with the Puritans. A) Salem Witch Trials B) Thanksgiving C ) The Landing if the Mayflower D) The Revolutionary War. Who wrote “A Narrative of the Captivity…”. A) Mary Rowlandson B) Anne Bradstreet C) Anne Hutchinson

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which historical event is not associated with the puritans

Whichhistorical event is not associated with the Puritans.

A) Salem Witch Trials

B) Thanksgiving

C) TheLanding if the Mayflower

D) The Revolutionary War

who wrote a narrative of the captivity

Who wrote “A Narrative of the Captivity…”

A) Mary Rowlandson

B) Anne Bradstreet

C) Anne Hutchinson

D) OlaudahEquiano

what other work of literature did mary rowlandson allude to throughout her narrative

What other work of literature did Mary Rowlandson allude to throughout her narrative?

A) The Koran

B) The Bible

C) The Crucible

D) The Scarlet Letter

how is mary rowlandson s narrative structured

How is Mary Rowlandson’s narrative structured?

A) Flashback (non-linear)

B) Exposition-Rising Action-Climax-Falling Action-Resolution

C) Chronologically

D) Cliffhanger (no resolution)

what happens to mary rowlandson s 6 year old daughter within her narrative

What happens to MaryRowlandson’s 6 year old daughter within her narrative?

A) She runs away

B) She dies in a fire

C) She loses her mind

D) She dies from her injuries

name an emotionally loaded term that mary rowlandson uses in reference to her captors

Name an emotionally loaded term that Mary Rowlandson uses in reference to her captors.

A) Aliens

B) Sharks

C) Pagans

D) Devils

puritan writing is often said to be written in what style

Puritan writing is often said to be written in what style?

A) Romantic

B) Metaphoric

C) Imagist

D) Plain

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How did captivity narratives like Mary Rowlandson’s contribute to stereotypes about the Native Americans.

A) They showed the Native people in a truthful light

B) They furthered the idea that the native people were somehow less civilized.

C) They proved the savagery of the Native Americans

D) They presented an unbiased view of the Native Americans

slide10

What is the term for the idea that humans are born damned because of Adam and Eve’s actions in the Garden of Eden?

A) Predestination

B) Original Sin

C) Divine Providence

D) Weaned Affections

slide11

What is the term for the Puritan belief that people must learn to stop becoming attached to material possessions?

A) Original Sin

B) Weaned Affections

C) Divine Providence

D) Predestination

what is the term for the belief that god controls everything that takes place on earth

What is the term for the belief that God controls everything that takes place on earth?

A) Divine Providence

B) Predestination

C) Original Sin

D) Weaned Affections

what is the term for comparing two things that are the same without using the words like or as

What is the term for comparing two things that are the same without using the words like or as?

A) Simile

B) Personification

C) Imagery

D) Metaphor

what is the term for writing that appeals to the reader s senses

What is the term for writing that appeals to the reader’s senses?

A) Personification

B) Onomatopoeia

C) Meter

D) Imagery

what is the term for a comparison of two unlike things using like or as

What is the term for a comparison of two unlike things using like or as?

A) Metaphor

B) Allegory

C) Simile

D) Allusion

slide16

Anne Bradstreet’s poem, “Here Follow Some Verses…” details her ________________conflict in dealing with the loss of her home.

A) External

B) Man vs. Man

C) Internal

D) Man vs. Society

a abcd b abab c aabb d aaaa

What is the rhyme scheme of the following lines:That fearful sound of fire and fire,Let no man know is my Desire.I, starting up, the light did spy,And to my God my heart did cry

A) ABCD

B) ABAB

C) AABB

D) AAAA

what does anne bradstreet use to accommodate the rhyme and meter of her poem

What does Anne Bradstreet use to accommodate the rhyme and meter of her poem?

A) Inversion

B) Couplets

C) Iambic Pentameter

D) Verb Phrases

when bradstreet writes my heart did cry she is using what device

When Bradstreet writes, “My heart did cry,” she is using what device?

A) Imagery

B) Metaphor

C) Simile

D) Personification

where did the puritans land in the new world

Where did the Puritans land in the New World?

A) New York

B) Pennsylvania

C) Massachusetts

D) South Carolina

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When the Puritans arrived at the New World, they feared the ____________because they thought the devil lurked there.

A) Forest

B) Ocean

C) City

D) South

what is the name for the type of government that the puritans established

What is the name for the type of government that the Puritans established?

A) Democracy

B) Monarchy

C) Theocracy

D) Oligarchy

h ow a puritan church might appear

How a Puritan church might appear?

A) Very large

B) Very colorful

C) Very plain

D) Very expensive

why are the puritans often referred to as the pilgrims

Why are the Puritans often referred to as the Pilgrims?

A) Because they share religious beliefs

B) Because they went on a religious journey

C) Because they acted and dressed similarly

D) Because they came from Pilgrimville, England

the puritans believed the bible was the word of god

The Puritans believed the Bible was the ____________ word of God.

A) Metaphorical

B) Allegorical

C) Fictional

D) Literal

puritans believed education was important for because they needed to understand the bible

Puritans believed education was important for ___________ because they needed to understand the Bible.

A) Children

B) Native Americans

C) Men

D) Women

a meter b simile c onomatopoeia d personification

Name a literary device in the following passage:“the pit is prepared, the fire made ready, the furnace is now hot, ready to receive them; the flames do now rage and glow. The glittering sword is whet, and held over them, and the pit hath opened its mouth under them.”

A) Meter

B) Simile

C) Onomatopoeia

D) Personification

who was the first north american to publish poetry

Who was the first North American to publish poetry?

A) Jonathan Edwards

B) OlaudahEquiano

C) Mary Rowlandson

D) Anne Bradstreet

the philosophy that predominated the age of reason is known as

The philosophy that predominated the Age of Reason is known as…?

A) Rationalism

B) Puritanism

C) Transcendentalism

D) Calvinism

the age of reason is often referred to as

The Age of Reason is often referred to as…

A) The Dark Ages

B) The Renaissance

C) The Enlightenment

D) The Roaring Twenties

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The belief that the universe is ordered and good; humanity is good; the best way to worship God is by doing good for others

A) Rationalism

B) Calvinism

C) Theologism

D) Deism

what is the term for poetic pamphlets that were popular during the age of reason

What is the term for poetic pamphlets that were popular during the age of reason?

A) Flyers

B) Broadsides

C) Cover letters

D) Periodicals

what is the famous omission from the declaration of independence

What is the famous omission from the Declaration of Independence?

A) Condemning the importation of slaves

B) Criticizing unfair taxes

C) Arguing for the Louisiana Purchase

D) Addressing the reasons for the declaration

the largest portion of the declaration of independence consists of what

The largest portion of the Declaration of Independence consists of what?

A) Requests for alliances from other countries

B) Answers to the colonists complaints

C) Grievances against the king

D) Arguments for the colonist’s recent actions

who wrote the first draft of the declaration of independence

Who wrote the first draft of the Declaration of Independence?

A) John Adams

B) James Madison

C) Benjamin Franklin

D) Thomas Jefferson

what was ben franklin s first job when he established himself in philadelphia

What was Ben Franklin’s first job when he established himself in Philadelphia?

A) Lawyer

B) Printer

C) Businessman

D) Doctor

slide38

When Equiano refers to the biblical verse about “doing unto others as you would have done unto you,” he is making…

A) An allegory

B) A metaphor

C) An allusion

D) A salutation

what is the climax of the crucible

What is the climax of The Crucible?

A) Hale quitting the court

B) John admitting his affair

C) Cheever arresting Elizabeth

D) Abigail stealing Parris’s money

which of the following is a dynamic character from the crucible

Which of the following is a dynamic character from The Crucible?

A) Cheever

B) Danforth

C) John Proctor

D) Putnam

slide41

What is the term for when an author creates their characters by providing specific details about them.

A) Description

B) Indirect characterization

C) Direct characterization

D) Detailing

the main idea or author s message in a work of literature is called the

The main idea or author’s message in a work of literature is called the…

A) thesis

B) theme

C) symbol

D) image

slide43

The point of view where the narrator is not a character in the story and knows the thoughts and feelings of 1 character is…

A) 1st person

B) 3rd person omniscient

C) 2nd person

D) 3rd person limited

when the audience knows something that a character does not it is called

When the audience knows something that a character does not, it is called…

A) Imagery

B) Dramatic Irony

C) Verbal Irony

D) Situational Irony

an extreme exaggeration is called

An extreme exaggeration is called…

A) Exposition

B) Generalization

C) Hyperbole

D) Verbalization

who is the protagonist of the crucible

Who is the protagonist of The Crucible?

A) Reverend Hale

B) Thomas Putnam

C) Abigail Williams

D) John Proctor

slide47

When John Proctor decides to be hanged rather than sign a false confession it is during what part of the plot structure?

A) Exposition

B) Rising Action

C) Climax

D) Resolution

the letter that hester is forced to wear in the scarlet letter is an example of a n

The letter that Hester is forced to wear in The Scarlet Letter is an example of a(n)…

A) hyperbole

B) symbol

C) protagonist

D) allusion

when something other than what the audience might expect occurs it is known as

When something other than what the audience might expect occurs, it is known as…

A) Falling action

B) Situational Irony

C) Verbal Irony

D) Dramatic Irony

slide50

The part of a plot structure where the audience is introduced the characters and setting is known as the…

A) Introduction

B) Climax

C) Rising Action

D) Exposition

a 2 nd person b 1 st person c third person omniscient d third person limited

The point of view where the narrator is not a character in the story and they can see the thoughts and feelings of many characters is known as…

A) 2nd person

B) 1st person

C) Third person omniscient

D) Third person limited

slide52

When the author creates their characters by showing how other characters react or talk about them, it is an example of…

A) Dialogue

B) Verbal irony

C) Indirect characterization

D) Direct characterization

which of the following could be considered an antagonist in the crucible

Which of the following could be considered an antagonist in The Crucible?

A) John Proctor

B) Reverend Hale

C) Elizabeth Proctor

D) Abigail Williams

when a character says the opposite of what they mean it is known as

When a character says the opposite of what they mean, it is known as…

A) Dialogue

B) Verbal Irony

C) Situational Irony

D) Dramatic Irony