**Bring #2 Pencils with you to this exam!!**
There are fifty-five (55) questions on the exam. These questions are broken down into two sections.
Section One has six parts:
A. The Essay (10 True or False Questions)
B. Unity and Coherence (2 Multiple Choice Questions)
C. Research Skills (6 True or False Questions)
D. Elements of Narrative/Literary Terms (5 Multiple Choice Questions)
E. General Research (12 Multiple Choice Questions)
F. General Documentation and Citation (10 True or False Questions)
The questions dealing with researching and writing the research paper are derived from the Little Seagull Handbook textbook.
The questions dealing with literary terms will require
of such terms as the following:
|irony||tone||paradox / oxymoron||theme|
|symbol / symbolism||metaphor||simile||character|
|plot:||conflict||climax / denouement||exposition|
|point of view:||omniscient||objective||selective omniscient|
Section Two has one parts:
A. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
Multiple Choice Questions)
These questions will come from the on-line discussion questions for the readings.