Uncle Tom’s Cabin was translated into thirty-seven languages

February 6, 2019 Critical Thinking
Uncle Tom’s Cabin was translated into thirty-seven languages.
True

The novel form was first used by American writers in the eighteenth century.
True

Cooper began writing novels because he thought he could do a better job than the novelists that he was reading.
True

Nathaniel Hawthorne thought of himself as a romancer, rather than a novelist.
True

American history had no influence on the novel.
False

Thomas Wolfe wrote very short novels.
False

Social issues were a subject of novelists in the late nineteenth century.
True

Harriet Beecher Stowe
Uncle Tom’s Cabin

James Fenimore Cooper
Last of the Mohicans

Herman Melville
Moby-Dick

Mark Twain
Adventures of Tom Sawyer

Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Scarlet Letter

Herman Melville’s novel about Captain Ahab and the large whale was _____.
Moby-Dick

Cooper’s novels about Natty Bumppo are called the _____.
Leatherstocking Tales

Mark Twain was the pen name of _____.
Samuel Langhorn Clemens
(Samuel Clemens)

The Mark Twain novel that contributed to the romantic revival in literature was _____.
Joan of Arc

Nathaniel Hawthorne used many _____ in his novels.
symbols

The book generally conceded to be the first American novel is _____.
The Power of Sympathy

Mark Twain’s two famous historical novels are _____.

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court
The Prince and the Pauper
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
The Gilded Age
The Innocents Abroad

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court
The Prince and the Pauper

Cooper’s Leatherstocking Tales include the novels _____.

The Last of the Mohicans
Miles Wallingford
The Pathfinders
The Pilot
The Water Witch
The Deerslayer

The Last of the Mohicans
The Pathfinders
The Pilot
The Deerslayer

Hawthorne most famously explored the effects of guilt in his novel _____.
The Scarlet Letter

What all did Mark Twain contribute to the history of the novel?

developed art of story telling
usually sentimental
used social and political criticism
romantic revival

developed art of story telling
used social and political criticism
romantic revival

What were the concerns of the domestic novel?

political criticism
hearth and home
usually concerned with tragic occurrences
usually sentimental

hearth and home
usually concerned with tragic occurrences
usually sentimental

What did Nathaniel Hawthorne contribute to the novel?

use of symbols
Christian ideals
novels of the sea
Christian attitudes

use of symbols
Christian ideals
Christian attitudes

To Kill a Mockingbird won a _______.
Pulitzer Prize

visits Maycomb for the summer
Dill

the Finch family cook
Cal

a lawyer
Atticus

nicknamed “Boo”
Arthur Radley

source of gossipy information
Stephanie Crawford

first grade teacher
Caroline Fisher

Dill’s most noticeable physical characteristic is that he is
short

Scout first has the idea to make Boo come out.
False

Scout’s first day of school was miserable because _____.

she could already read and write
the work was too difficult for her
the teacher embarrassed her about Walter Cunningham
she embarrassed the teacher about Walter Cunningham

she could already read and write
she embarrassed the teacher about Walter Cunningham

Walter Cunningham causes a stir at lunch when he pours _____ over all his food.
syrup

Who said it?

“You never really understand a person . . . until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.”

Atticus

The compromise Atticus and Scout reach is that she will continue to go to school, and they will continue to ____ as before.
read

Since Jem and Dill are excluding Scout, she begins to visit with Miss Maudie.
True

The children are caught trying to _____.
send a note to Boo

The following things were found in the knothole:

A. ball of twine
B. spelling medal
C. pocket watch
D. package of gum
E. carved soap figures
F. stick of gum
G. two pennies.

Place the items in the order in which they are found

stick of gum
two pennies
ball of twine
carved soap figures
package of gum
spelling medal
pocket watch

(F G A E D B C)

The snowman Jem and Scout made was symbolic because it was _____.

unusually large
made mostly of mud
dressed in a stolen coat
the best snowman in town

made mostly of mud

Whose shadow warned the children off the Radley porch?
Boo (Radley)

At Christmas Scout broke her promise not to _____.
Fight

Uncle Jack is a favorite of Scout.
True

The book title is part of the saying, “It’s a _____ to kill a mockingbird.”
sin

Sheriff Tate once had the nickname of “One Shot.”
False

Atticus discusses the court case with Jem and says, “Before I can live with other folks, I’ve got to live with _______.”
myself

In anger, Jem _____.

tells on Scout
destroys Mrs. Dubose’s camellia bushes
cuts down the knothole tree
kicks the snowman

destroys Mrs. Dubose’s camellia bushes

Mrs. Dubose wants to be rid of her addiction to _____.

alcohol
cigarettes
anger
morphine

morphine

Atticus goes to Montgomery to _____.

work on government legal business
take a vacation
prepare for the Robinson case
research family history

work on government legal business

The Ewells accused _____ of the crime of ______.
Tom Robinson; rape

Aunt Alexandra joins in the social life of Maycomb.
True

Alexandra tells Atticus he should get rid of Cal. How does Atticus respond?

He refuses to back down.
He agrees with her, but then doesn’t dismiss Cal.
He immediately fires Cal.
He tells Alexandra she can do the firing herself.

He refuses to back down.

Mr. Underwood supports Atticus that night at the courthouse with a _______.
shotgun

Alexandra says, “Don’t say I haven’t told you.” Atticus makes the humorous reply that he’d “never say that,” alluding to the fact that Alexandra comments on everything. This is an example of _____.

comedic timing
flashback
plot development
irony

irony

the prosecuting attorney
Mr. Gilmore

attorney for the defense
Atticus

the first to testify
Mr. Tate

Mayella’s father
Bob Ewell

the accused
Tom Robinson

________ is left-handed.
Bob Ewell

The piece of physical evidence that proves Tom’s innocence is _____.

a security camera photo of Tom at the bank at the time of the crime
DNA evidence taken from the victim and from Tom
a useless arm on Tom’s left side
the broken leg that prevented him from walking

a useless arm on Tom’s left side

Mr. Raymond pretends to be drunk because _____.

he knows people can’t understand a white man choosing to live with blacks
he does not want anyone to know that he is the one who committed the crime
he wants people to talk freely around him so he can eavesdrop
he does not want to accept the responsibility of working for a living

he knows people can’t understand a white man choosing to live with blacks

What did Miss Maudie tell the children about their father?

He was appointed very deliberately by Judge Taylor to be Tom’s lawyer.
He stands for truth, no matter what the personal consequences.
He stands for Christianity and truth when the rest cannot.
The judge believed he would be too busy and too weak to defend Tom properly.
He is the person to do this community’s “dirty work.”
He is sure he can get an innocent verdict for Tom.

He was appointed very deliberately by Judge Taylor to be Tom’s lawyer.
He stands for truth, no matter what the personal consequences.
He stands for Christianity and truth when the rest cannot.
He is the person to do this community’s “dirty work.”

Scout tells Atticus all about the night they went on the Radley porch.
False

Jem’s major injury is _____.
a broken arm

Sheriff Tate’s statement about the switchblade knife, “Took it off a drunk man,” is not technically a lie because _____.

it was Mr. Raymond’s knife
one of the Cunninghams was drunk
he had just arrested a Black man
Bob Ewell was drunk

Bob Ewell was drunk

Criticism means examining the separate parts.
True

Interpretation is the same as analysis.
false

Characterization is too broad a topic for a critical essay.
true

Interpretation deals with the question “What does the writer say?”
true

Interpretation deals with the content and underlying ____ of a work.
meaning

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court
Twain

Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Stowe

To Kill a Mockingbird
Lee

The Scarlet Letter
Hawthorne

Moby Dick
Melville

The Pathfinder
Cooper

Scout first has the idea of making Boo come out.
false

What crime is Tom accused of?

murdering his wife
stealing a car
raping a white woman
starting a knife fight

raping a white woman

______ comes to live with the Finches during the trial.
(Aunt) Alexandra

Tom is killed in prison by another inmate.
false

_______ says Bob Ewell fell on his own knife.
Sheriff Tate