Misc
Marxist Criticism
Feminist Criticism
Archetypal Criticism
Skills

100

What are the parts of a paragraph?

Introduction/Claim

Evidence

Commentary 

Conclusion

100

What is the proletariat?

The workers.

100

What does Feminist Critical Perspective focus on?

Inequality of genders, gender roles, power relationships.

100

What is archetypal criticism?

Archetypal Criticism interprets a text by focusing on recurring myths and archetype in the narrative, symbols, images, and character types in literary works.

100

Which rhetorical appeal is being used?

  • "If we don't move soon, we're all going to die! Can't you see how dangerous it would be to stay?" 


Pathos

200

How would you write this sentence correctly?


the young Buddhist priests were the worst of all

The young Buddhist priests were the worst of all.

200

What is the bourgeoisie?

The upper-class, wealthy.

200

What is one stereotype of men Presented in My Fair Lady?

_________________________

200

Name two character archetypes.

_____________


_____________

200

Which rhetorical appeal is being used?

  • "You know me - I've taught Sunday School at your church for years, babysat your children, and served as a playground director for many summers - so you know I can run your preschool." 

Ethos

300

Define tone.
Tone: the general character or attitude of a piece of writing

300

What does Marxist Critical Perspective focus on?

The struggle between different social/economic classes.

300

What is one stereotype of women presented in My Fair Lady?

_________________________

300

What about Alfred from Batman lets the viewer know that he is a mentor archetype?

Old Man, Father Figure

300

Which rhetorical appeal is being used?

  • "The data is perfectly clear: this investment has consistently turned a profit year-over-year, even in spite of market declines in other areas." 


Logos

400

What is imagery?

Imagery is visually descriptive or figurative language in a literary work.

400

We use a Marxist Critical Lens to evaluate whether _____________ and inequality is a driving force in our society.

Social Class

Money

Power

400

How does feminism differ from the Feminist Critical Perspective?

Feminism supports the right for equality on the basis that all genders are equal.


Feminist Critical Perspective focuses on analyzing the differences between genders, power, and control in literature.

400

The Cinderella myth has the elements of what plot archetype?

Rags to Riches

400

Hashtag this stanza:

"Mama became a woman swept by a sobering madness; she must have been what Moses saw in the burning bush, a pillar of fire consuming the still air that reeked of overripe fruit and bad meat from the frozen food section."

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500

What is symbolism?

Symbolism is the use of symbols to signify ideas and qualities, by giving them symbolic meanings that are different from their literal sense. 

500

In the beginning of My Fair Lady, Elize Doolittle is part of the _________________.


Proletariat            OR       Bourgeoisie 

Proletariat

500

At the end of "Cinderella, the Legend" the author says:

"She changes her name, no doubt, and--like many women--is never heard of again."

What does the author mean?

Women in society change their name when they get married. In doing so, women lose their power. 

500

What about Darth Vader from Star Wars lets the viewer know that he is an evil character?

______________________

500

Hashtag this stanza:


"There were no markets in Watts.There were these small corner stores we called marketas who charged more money for cheaper goods than what existed in other parts of town."

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