EWRT1C Final Exam Review INSTRUCTIONS: For the IDs, I will give you a choice of 13-14 of which you must complete 10 IDs. The IDs will come from only the second half of the quarter.
For the essay question, I will give you a choice of two questions of which you must complete one. You must cover a total of three texts, of which I will assign some. The texts will cover both the first and the second half of the quarter.
|EWRT1C – Literature and Composition
Final exam review
IDENTIFICATION (6 pts. each - 60 pts. total)
Select 10 of the following I.D.s and in 3-4 sentences each discuss their significance. Follow the directions below.
- For literary or theoretical terms: define the term and provide an example that illustrates the significance of the term.
- For characters, places, etc.: identify the text in which it appears and explain its significance within that text.
|* "A fully dressed woman walked out of the water."
* "Anything dead coming back to life hurts."
* "her long, silky brown hair that hung about her
* "his mother, who adores him, belongs to the race
that is cursed with the brand of slavery."
* "I have found the warm caves in the woods."
* "I have gone out, a possessed witch."
* "raping an 85-year-old white woman"
* "The difference between poetry and rhetoric"
* "there are tapes to prove that, too."
* "they had dragged her 4'10" black woman's frame /
over the hot coals"
* "This is not a story to pass on."
* "This is not the baby!"
* "waved my nude arms at villages going by."
* "While he is speaking Joshua raises his gun to
* “amazing spirit”
* “I am he”
* “I am my Beloved and she is mine.”
* “I think I’m a lesbian.”
* “I’m no wiser than you are.”
* “I’m not the husband so you can’t be the wife.”
* “I’m writing a novel about women from the women’s
point of view.”
* “It is not a sin, it is a disease.”
* “It was the house that suffered most”
* “red heart, red heart”
* “the goodies and the baddies”
* “This house is ours. No one can make us leave this
* “thrust an obscene finger”
* Amy Denver
* appearance of the soldier
* betrayal of the Queen
* Betty and Betty embrace
* Betty’s necklace
* breaking water
* cropduster plane
* crystal earrings
* deconstruction of binarisms
* Harry Bagley
* Howard and Buglar
* internalized racism
* internalized sexism
* minding Vicky's doll
* Miss Saigon
* not my people
* Paul D
* schoolteacher’s book
* shadows holding hands
* Stamp Paid
* Sweet Home
* The Bodwins
* the dark continent
* the intruders
* the Perfect Woman
* tobacco tin
* Victoria’s doll
* worms and elves
ESSAY (90 pts.)
Using exactly three texts from the course (novels, short stories, poetry, or film), answer one of the following questions in a unified essay. Avoid a merely general discussion of the topic; instead, use details from the texts, providing quotations or allusions to specific passages in the texts. (You will be given a choice of questions but may be assigned certain texts to use with a question.)
- point of view
- endings of texts
- gender roles
- role of memory
- racial Othering