Jane Eyre, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, Gilgamesh Tests: Eng. II reg. Flashcard Example #5218

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Charlotte Bronte wrote under a pen name, Currer Bell. A pen name is also known as a/an
pseudonym
Jane Eyre was published in ____.
1847
One of Jane Eyre’s main faults is that she is ___.
rebellious and passionate
What was the book that Jane was reading before John took it away from her?
“Bewick’s History of British Birds”
What is the social system the passage represents?
caste
“You must regard me as a plotting profligate-a base and low RAKE who has been stimulating disinterested love in order to draw you into a snare….etc.” What does rake mean?
a wealthy man loose in morals or conduct
Which character demonstrates the most positive view of religious faith?
Helen Burns
Where is Jane dropped off by the coachman when she flees Thornfield?
Whitcross
What is the first line of Jane Eyre?
There was no possibility of taking a walk that day.
What vocabulary word applies to a Byronic hero?
saturnine
Jane thinks Rochester doesn’t want to marry her because she is not part of the upper class. The reference to upper class is an example of_____.
motif
Do you think I can stay to become nothing to you? Do you think I am an automation? -a machine without feelings. What is this an example of?
anaphora and metaphor
What do the settings of Lowood School and Thornfield Hall show?
how different the lives of the rich and the poor are
“I thought sometimes I saw beyond its wild waters a shore, sweet as the hills of_______.”
Beulah
“She is Mr. Rochester’s ward; he commissioned me to find a governess for her.” What character does this refer to?
Adele
ward
person, usually a minor, under the care and control of a guardian appointed by their parents or a court
What is Mr. Lloyd’s occupation?
apothecary
Jane tells Brocklehurst, “I must keep in good health and not die.” Borcklehurst thinks her answer is an example of her ____________.
impudence
“Thus was I severed from Bessie and Gateshead; thus whirled away to unknown, and, as I then deemed, remote and mysterious regions.” What SPOTMH stage is represented by “severed”? What SPOTMH stage is represented by “unknown”?
-Separation
-Initiation
“BUSY old fool, unruly Sun, Why dost thou thus, Through windows, and through curtains, call on us?”
What rhetorical technique best applies to these lines?
apostrophe
Who is not a child of Mrs. Reed; Georgiana, John, Rosamond or Eliza?
Rosamond
Which item in not a Gothic element; Darkly polished old mahogany, secrets, carpet or blinds always drawn?
carpet
a common feature that has become traditional or expected within a specific genre of literature or film
convention
“You did right hold fast to each other,” I said: as if the monster-splinters were living things, and could hear me.” What rhetorical technique is this an example of?
apostrophe
“his face riveted the eye; it was like a Greek face, very pure in outline.” Which of Jane’s love interests was she describing?
St. John Rivers
Where does Jane make an illusion to the “Rubicon”?
Lowood
Is “This was a demonic laugh- low, suppressed and deep-” apply to Moor House?
no
(it applies to Thornfield Hall; Bertha Mason)
What is the Latin word that means “I Shall Rise Again”?
Resurgam
What rhetorical device applies to ‘pedestal of infamy’?
oxymoron
What character is similar to Ishtar (in Gilgamesh)?
Blanche Ingram (both gold-diggers)
What term applies to “He was moody, gloomy, saturnine”?
Byronic hero
“All John Reed’s violent tyrannies, all his sisters’ proud indifference, all his mother’s aversion, all the servants’ partiality, turned up in my disturbed mind like a dark deposit in a turbid well.”
1. “dark deposit” is an example of_________.
2. like a dark deposit is an example of ________.
3. the repetition of the word “all” is an example of____.
4. In the passage, Jane compares her mind to ____.
1. alliteration
2. simile
3. anaphora
4. a well
What are domestic out-workers?
People who work from their homes
Well has Solomon said- “Better is a dinner of herbs where love is, than a stalled ox and hatred therewith.” What rhetorical technique applies to this line?
Allusion
Very determined
Tenacity
Public shame or disgrace
Ignominy
A special fondness
Partiality
To make better
Ameliorate
Gloomy; moody
Saturnine
To continue to be painful
Rankle
Heavy, dark, or dense
Turbid
Tending to undervalue oneself
Self- deprecation
A strong dislike
Aversion
A scene of uproar and confusion; chaos
Bedlam
A meeting by lovers at a secret time or place
Tryst
Wrath; rage; fury
Ire
A current of water or air running contrary to the main current
eddy
To think deeply about something
Ruminate
Member of primitive people dwelling in a cave
Troglodyte
House of worship
Tabernacle
Devoted to luxury and pleasure
Voluptuary
Not harmonious; inconsistent; disagreeing
Incongruous
Capricious escapade; prank
Caper
A substance that colors, dyes, or stains
Tincture
To destroy strength or vitality; to subdue or deaden appetites
Mortify
Facial expression
Countenance
Morally strict; giving little or no scope for pleasure
Austere
Wickedness
Iniquity
Not easily understood; mysterious
Inscrutable
Exceeding reasonable limits
Inordinate
A wooden frame from which criminals are hanged
Gallows
To serve in the place of someone or something
Vicarious
To rent
Tear
Joyously unrestrained and enthusiastic
Ebullient
A feeling of uneasiness about a point, especially of conscience or propriety
Qualm
Nonsense
Balderdash
A large and destructive fire
Conflagration
Mr. Utterson had already quailed at the name of Hyde. What does quailed mean?
To draw back in fear
If he be Mr. Hyde, I shall be Mr. Seek
Utterson
Well, it was this way. I was coming home from some place at the end of the world, about three o’clock of a black winter morning…
Enfield
The moment I choose, I can be rid of Mr. Hyde
Dr. Jekyll
…like a man restored from death-there stood Henry Jekyll
Dr. Lanyon
No, sir, that thing in the mask was not Dr. Jekyll
Poole
‘If you choose to make capital out of this accident, I am naturally helpless. No gentlemen but wishes to avoid a scene.”
Mr. Hyde
“It was a wild, cold, unseasonable night of March, with a pale moon, lying on her back as though the wind had tilted her…”
Personification
“I thus drew steadily nearer to that truth by whose partial discovery I have been doomed to such a dreadful shipwreck.”
Metaphor
“Mr. Hyde shrank back with a hissing intake of breath.”
Metaphor
“…a volume of some dry divinity on his reading desk…”
Alliteration
Edward Hyde would pass away like the stain of breath upon the mirror.
Simile
“I incline to Cain’s heresy.”
Allusion
Mr. Utterson is described as “lean, long, dusty, dreary, and yet somehow lovable…”
Contrast and alliteration
“Will you be wise? Will you be guided?”
Anaphora and parallelism
“Poole swung the axe over his shoulder; the blow shook the building, and the red baize door leaped against the lock and hinges.”
Personification
Who witnesses the trampling of the little girl?
Enfield
What remedy does Mr. Hyde make to the family of the trampled child?
Pays with a cheque ($90) and ten pounds on gold
After Utterson meets Mr. Hyde for the first time, Utterson says that he “read ____ signature” on Hyde’s face.
satan’s
Stevenson begins the novel with door and ends with door. What term applies to this technique?
Frame
The first chapter= “Story of the door” What is the archetypal element associated with a door?
Threshold
‘If you choose to make capital out of this accident, I am naturally helpless. No gentlemen but wishes to avoid a scene.” What word best applies to the line?
Blackmail
What word bothers Utterson about Dr. Jekyll’s will?
Disappearance
A shadow figure; the dark side
Doppelganger
“Such unscientific balderdash,” added the doctor, flushing suddenly purple, “would have estranged Damon and Pythias.” What rhetorical technique is the line?
Allusion
What rhetorical device is in “plentiful springs of distress…”
Metaphor
What word describes what Dr. Jekyll had to do with his opposite desires?
Reconcile
What word does Dr. Jekyll use to describe his twins of good and evil?
Denizens
What word makes a man’s dual nature “the curse of mankind..”?
Incongruous
“It is a road which you have never traveled.”
Enkidu
“I will serve you as I serve the gods.”
Humbaba
“Why should you be chosen/ As the one they blame?”
Ishtar
“Don’t let the waters touch your hand.”
Urshanabi
“You must protect my son from danger.”
Ninsun
“Your friend is gone. Forget him.”
Siduri
“Have you forgotten how grief fastened onto you/ And made you crave some word, some gesture,once ?
Utnapishtim’s wife
“I will tell you a secret I have never told.”
Utnapishtim
What does not apply to Enkidu; pawn, cohort, tyrant or companion?
tyrant
“We must prove ourselves more powerful than he.” What term applies to this line?
hubris
What are the people of Uruk waiting for?
a deliverer and change
In Gilgamesh’s dreams, what is Enkidu represented by?
a star
Who has the secret of immortality in their hands?
Utnapishtim
What character interprets Gilgamesh’s dreams?
Ninsun
What character “ran with the animals”?
Enkidu
What character guarded the Cedar Forest?
Humbaba
Gilgamesh forces his people to rebuild Uruk’s_____.
walls
The Uruk Elders give Gilgamesh an “austere”______.
blessing
If the child image is recurrent in the epic, then the image is
considered_____.
a motif
When Enkidu touches the Cedar Forest gate, he is______.
paralyzed
The Cedar Forest gate is an example of _______.
threshold
Ishtar is the goddess of ________.
love
Enkidu kills The Bull of ____.
Heaven
The second temptress that Gilgamesh rejects is________.
Siduri
“We go to kill the Evil One,/ Humbaba. We must prove/ Ourselves more powerful than he.” What type of heed the call is this an example of?
internal call
identify the SPOTMH stage where “heed the call” is found
separation
“Gilgamesh in horror saw/ Him strike the back of Enkidu/ and beat him to the ground.” What SPOTMH stage applies to this line?
initiation
Which SPOTMH element does the Head of Humbaba represent?
boon
What latin phrase means ‘in the middle of things,’ an epic convention?
in medeas res
Which power does not apply to Humbaba; never sleeps, mouth springs fire, hears each insect crawling or fatal glance?
fatal glance
What effect occurs when a behavior does not support a core value, such as integrity?
incongruity
alleviation of grief or anxiety
solace
salty; distasteful; repulsive
brackish
something that foreshadows a coming event
portent
marked by a force and violence of movement or action; impulsive passion
impetuous
an original model on which something is patterned
prototype
to cast off one’s skin; the cast-off skin of a snake
to slough
to change baser metals into gold
alchemy
excessive pride
hubris
one used to further the purpose of another
pawn
to recover health and strength
convalescence
to raise high; abnormal sense of well-being; to glorify
to exalt
a companion; accomplice; supporter
cohort
he imagined the gazelle raising the dry dust like soft brush floating on the crests of sand/ Swiftly changing direction
epic simile
which was shrouded in darkness
metaphor
I came to you whom they call “The Distant”
epithet
His life became a quest to find the secret of eternal life
archetype
Youth is very/ Cruel to an old face
personification
Lost youths restored to life/ Lost children to their crying mothers/ Lost wives
Catalog
Since Gilgamesh begins with walls and ends with walls the epic is considered a _____.
Frame narrative
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