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  1. Welcome to Literary TermsJeopardy!!

  2. Jeopardy – Round 1 Click here for Round Two

  3. An arrangement of lines of verse in a pattern usually repeated throughout the poem Poetry– 20 points

  4. Answer: Stanza Poetry– 20 points

  5. A type of poetry, distinguished by having a regular meter, but no rhyme Poetry– 40 points

  6. Answer: Blank Verse Poetry– 40 points

  7. The pattern of rhyme Poetry– 60 points

  8. Answer: Rhyme Scheme Poetry– 60 points

  9. A lyric poem of fourteen lines, usually in iambic pentameter, with rhymes arranged according to certain definite patterns Poetry– 80 points

  10. Answer: Sonnet Poetry– 80 points

  11. A line or set of lines at the end of a stanza or section of a longer poem or song--these lines repeat at regular intervals in other stanzas or sections of the same work Poetry– 100 points

  12. Answer: Refrain Poetry– 100 points

  13. The lines spoken by a character or characters in a play, essay, story, or novel Drama– 20 points

  14. Answer: Dialogue Drama– 20 points

  15. An extended, uninterrupted speech by a character in a drama Drama – 40 points

  16. Answer: Monologue Drama – 40 points

  17. A comedy which aims to entertain the audience by means of unlikely, extravagant, and improbable situations Drama – 60 points

  18. Answer: Farce Drama – 60 points

  19. A short passage spoken by one character to the audience while the other actors on stage pretend their characters cannot hear the speaker's words Drama – 80 points

  20. Answer: Aside Drama – 80 points

  21. A literary device often used in drama whereby a character relates his or her thoughts and feelings without addressing any of the other characters Drama – 100 points

  22. Answer: Soliloquy Drama – 100 points

  23. Suggesting, hinting, indicating, or showing what will occur later in a narrative Story Elements – 20 points

  24. Answer: Foreshadowing Story Elements – 20 points

  25. The opposition between two characters, between two large groups of people, or between the protagonist and a larger problem such as forces of nature, ideas, public mores, and so on Story Elements – 40 points

  26. Answer: Conflict Story Elements – 40 points

  27. A technique of indicating, as through character or plot development, an intention or attitude opposite to that which is actually stated Story Elements – 60 points

  28. Answer: Irony Story Elements – 60 points

  29. DAILY DOUBLE!! A casual reference in literature to a person, place, event, or another passage of literature, often without explicit identification Story Elements – 80 points

  30. Answer: Allusion Story Elements – 80 points (Daily Double)

  31. A major technique of characterization that reveals the social or geographic status of a character Story Elements – 100 points

  32. Answer: Dialect Story Elements – 100 points

  33. A character whose personality changes or evolves over the course of a narrative or appears to have the capacity for such change Characterization – 20 points

  34. Answer: Dynamic Character Characterization – 20 points

  35. The method of character development in which the author simply tells what the character is like Characterization – 40 points

  36. Answer: Direct Characterization Characterization – 40 points

  37. The character against whom the protagonist struggles or contends Characterization – 60 points

  38. Answer: Antagonist Characterization – 60 points

  39. A character who does not change or alter his or her personality over the course of a narrative or one without extensive personality and characterization Characterization – 80 points

  40. Answer: Flat Character Characterization – 80 points

  41. The writer reveals information about a character and his personality through that character's thoughts, words, and actions, along with how other characters respond to that character, including what they think and say about him Characterization – 100 points

  42. Answer: Indirect Characterization Characterization – 100 points

  43. A figure of speech which involves a direct comparison between two unlike things, usually with the words “like” or “as” Figurative Language – 20 points

  44. Answer: Simile Figurative Language – 20 points

  45. Repeating a consonant sound in close proximity to others or beginning several words with the same vowel sound Figurative Language – 40 points

  46. Answer: Alliteration Figurative Language – 40 points

  47. A figure of speech which involves an implied comparison between two relatively unlike things using a form of “be” Figurative Language – 60 points

  48. Answer: Metaphor Figurative Language – 60 points

  49. A figure of speech which gives the qualities of a person to an animal, an object, or an idea Figurative Language – 80 points

  50. Answer: Personification Figurative Language – 80 points