$200 Question from Lit. TermsThis is when we learn about thecharacter directly from the narrator. For example, if the narrator tellsdirectly what Curley’s wife lookslike: “full, rouged lips and wide-spaced eyes.”
$200 Answer from Lit. TermsWhat is direct characterization?
$300 Question from Lit. TermsThe use of words like“thud,” “clang,” “buzz.”
$300 Answer from Lit. Terms What is Onomatopoeia?
$400 Question from Lit. TermsThe literary device that is demonstratedin the following passage:“Then gradually time awakenedagain and moved sluggishly on.”
$400 Answer from Lit. TermsWhat is personification?
$500 Question from Lit. TermsCandy is troubled over whetheror not to have his dog killed.Later he says that he should havedone it himself.
$500 Answer from Lit. TermsWhat is internal conflict?
$100 Question from PLOTLennie was to go here if hegot in any trouble.
$500 Question from Characters 2Says,“I tell ya I could of went withshows. Not jus’ one, neither.An’ a guy tol’ me he could putme in pitchers.”
$500 Answer from Characters 2Who is Curley’s wife?
Final JeopardyWhat theme does the following passagesupport?I think I knowed from the very first.I think I knowed we’d never do her.He usta like to hear about it so muchI got to thinking maybe we would.”
Final Jeopardy AnswerWhat is idealismvs. Realism?