How JustAnswer Works:

  • Ask an Expert
    Experts are full of valuable knowledge and are ready to help with any question. Credentials confirmed by a Fortune 500 verification firm.
  • Get a Professional Answer
    Via email, text message, or notification as you wait on our site.
    Ask follow up questions if you need to.
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
    Rate the answer you receive.

Ask Chris M. Your Own Question

Chris M.
Chris M., M.S.W. Social Work
Category: Homework
Satisfied Customers: 2782
Experience:  Master's Degree, strong math and writing skills, experience in one-on-one tutoring (college English)
22285537
Type Your Homework Question Here...
Chris M. is online now
A new question is answered every 9 seconds

(CHRIS M) English Multiple Choice Questions

This answer was rated:

Which literary period was Wordsworth describing when he said that literature was "the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings?"
Naturalism
Realism
Romanticism
Humanism

Why is it ironic that Sasha threatens his uncle Ivan Markovitch for money?
Ivan Markovitch is Sasha's mother's brother.
Ivan Markovitch wanted to see Sasha go to trial.
Ivan Markovitch has always known that Sasha was a criminal.
Ivan Markovitch has just kept Sasha from being tried for a crime.

In Chevrefoil, an extended metaphor is used to
describe the love shared by Tristan and Iseult.
show how peasants lived in the Middle Ages.
illustrate the consequences of disobeying the king.
explain how Tristan feels about his homeland.

The climax of a story is defined as the point at which the
story's excitement or suspense peaks.
setting is firmly established.
story comes to an end.
reader identifies the story's message.

In Faust, Mephistopheles characterizes Faust to the Lord as a

man wiser than most humans.
a fool who does not serve the Lord well.
man who wants to serve his fellow men.
a teacher who will lead his students to evil.

In Faust, Faust begins his experiment with Mephistopheles by seeking "The most painful joy, enamored hate, enlivening / Disgust" because he
is tired of life and wants to suffer and die.
has never experienced joy, hate, or disgust before.
hopes passion will teach him what knowledge could not.
thinks that these experiences will prepare him for Heaven.

When read as an allegory, Dante's journey through Hell
advises readers to punish sinners.
warns readers to live righteous lives.
criticizes readers who don't go to church.
comforts readers with promises of forgiveness.

In The Song of Roland, Roland did not sound his horn to call for help earlier in the battle because he was
too proud to admit his need for help.
afraid that Charlemagne would be angry.
hopeful that he could negotiate for peace.
overly protective of his fellow soldiers.

Which line from How Siegfried Was Slain is the best example of foreshadowing?
"Gunther's magnificent guest who excelled so many men in all things quickly unstrapped his sword. . . "
"Thus the noble knight rode along, the very image of a hunting man."
"An old huntsman took a good sleuthhound and quickly led the lord to where there was game . . ."
"What if we have offended any men who have the power to vent their malice on us?"

A careful reader can best predict what will come later in a story by using
clues from the story and personal experience.
the title of the story and a brief description of the characters.
the first few lines or paragraphs of the story.
knowledge of other works by the same author.

In order to give human form to strong emotions, sonnet poets often use
hyperbole.
understatement.
personification.
apostrophe.

Brother Onion says his servant Guccio is helpful, responsible, and respectful. In truth, Guccio is none of those things. Brother Onion's misplaced trust in his servant is used to
give added impact to the irony of his sermon when the prank of his friends is discovered.
show how cruel Brother Onion's friends are.
prepare the reader for Guccio's part in humiliating Brother Onion.
demonstrate Boccaccio's distain for Italian peasants.

In the story The Piece of String the conflict between Maître Hauchecorne and Maître Malandain grows into a conflict between
Maître Malandain and the mayor.
Maître Hauchecorne and his wife.
Maître Hauchecorne and the man who lost his wallet.
Maître Hauchecorne and the entire town.

The line from Russia 1812 describing the soldier who died at his post with his "stone lips frozen to the bugle's mouth “contains an example of
extended metaphor.
imagery.
alliteration.
repetition

Which is NOT true of the literary movement known as "Realism"?
Realist writers tried to eliminate sentimentality and decoration from their works.
Realists aimed to describe the lives of ordinary people without distorting their descriptions.
It was an offshoot of Naturalism.
Writers can be identified as both Realists and Romantics.

Hello, and thanks for the question.

 

Here are the answers for comparison with your own.

 

Which literary period was Wordsworth describing when he said that literature was "the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings?"
Naturalism
Realism
Romanticism
Humanism

Why is it ironic that Sasha threatens his uncle Ivan Markovitch for money?
Ivan Markovitch is Sasha's mother's brother.
Ivan Markovitch wanted to see Sasha go to trial.
Ivan Markovitch has always known that Sasha was a criminal.
Ivan Markovitch has just kept Sasha from being tried for a crime.

In Chevrefoil, an extended metaphor is used to
describe the love shared by Tristan and Iseult.
show how peasants lived in the Middle Ages.
illustrate the consequences of disobeying the king.
explain how Tristan feels about his homeland.

The climax of a story is defined as the point at which the
story's excitement or suspense peaks.
setting is firmly established.
story comes to an end.
reader identifies the story's message.

In Faust, Mephistopheles characterizes Faust to the Lord as a
man wiser than most humans.
a fool who does not serve the Lord well.
man who wants to serve his fellow men.
a teacher who will lead his students to evil.

In Faust, Faust begins his experiment with Mephistopheles by seeking "The most painful joy, enamored hate, enlivening / Disgust" because he
is tired of life and wants to suffer and die.
has never experienced joy, hate, or disgust before.
hopes passion will teach him what knowledge could not.
thinks that these experiences will prepare him for Heaven.

When read as an allegory, Dante's journey through Hell
advises readers to punish sinners.
warns readers to live righteous lives.
criticizes readers who don't go to church.
comforts readers with promises of forgiveness.

In The Song of Roland, Roland did not sound his horn to call for help earlier in the battle because he was
too proud to admit his need for help.
afraid that Charlemagne would be angry.
hopeful that he could negotiate for peace.
overly protective of his fellow soldiers.

Which line from How Siegfried Was Slain is the best example of foreshadowing?
"Gunther's magnificent guest who excelled so many men in all things quickly unstrapped his sword. . . "
"Thus the noble knight rode along, the very image of a hunting man."
"An old huntsman took a good sleuthhound and quickly led the lord to where there was game . . ."
"What if we have offended any men who have the power to vent their malice on us?"

A careful reader can best predict what will come later in a story by using
clues from the story and personal experience.
the title of the story and a brief description of the characters.
the first few lines or paragraphs of the story.
knowledge of other works by the same author.

In order to give human form to strong emotions, sonnet poets often use
hyperbole.
understatement.
personification.
apostrophe.

Brother Onion says his servant Guccio is helpful, responsible, and respectful. In truth, Guccio is none of those things. Brother Onion's misplaced trust in his servant is used to
give added impact to the irony of his sermon when the prank of his friends is discovered.
show how cruel Brother Onion's friends are.
prepare the reader for Guccio's part in humiliating Brother Onion.
demonstrate Boccaccio's distain for Italian peasants.

In the story The Piece of String the conflict between Maître Hauchecorne and Maître Malandain grows into a conflict between
Maître Malandain and the mayor.
Maître Hauchecorne and his wife.
Maître Hauchecorne and the man who lost his wallet.
Maître Hauchecorne and the entire town.

The line from Russia 1812 describing the soldier who died at his post with his "stone lips frozen to the bugle's mouth "contains an example of
extended metaphor.
imagery.
alliteration.
repetition

Which is NOT true of the literary movement known as "Realism"?
Realist writers tried to eliminate sentimentality and decoration from their works.
Realists aimed to describe the lives of ordinary people without distorting their descriptions.
It was an offshoot of Naturalism.
Writers can be identified as both Realists and Romantics.

 

Hope this helps!

Chris M. and 4 other Homework Specialists are ready to help you
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Choose one of the following—Russia 1812, The Long Exile, the Inferno, or The Piece of String—and identify one of its themes. Select four specific details from the work and use them to support your opinion. Your response should be at least four well-developed paragraphs

Hello, and thanks for the request.

 

I may be able to help with this. Let me know the value you are giving to this assignment and the due date.

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
I would like to have it back within two days if possible. Value $25

OK. I think that will work!

 

Thanks

THIS ANSWER IS LOCKED!

You need to spend $3 to view this post. Add Funds to your account and buy credits.
Chris M. and 4 other Homework Specialists are ready to help you
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
It says that my account is empty and the item has either been deleted or is unavailable.

Hello,

 

Sorry, I didn't get your reply earlier. Please try the link again.

 

Thanks

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Same notice, please just send me the answer on here.

Thank you.
Try this link.
Where you able to open the link?

Related Homework Questions