Culture 2b/9

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Título del test:
Culture 2b/9

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culture

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gg
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Fecha de Creación:
13/02/2018

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1. A further consequence of the elevation of ………… was the marginalising of prose and the neglect of ……… a. comedy-poetry. b. essay-poetry. c. poetry-drama.
2. If we want to analyse "Shakespeare's Hamlet" from the "text as a products" point of view, we must consider: a. verbal, theatrical and filmic b. verbal, filmic and literary c. filmic, literary and linguistic.
3. Practical Criticism was an approach developed during the middle years of the… a. eighteenth century in, respectively, Britain and the USA. b. twentieth century in, respectively, Britain and Australia. c. twentieth century in, respectively, Britain and the USA.
4. The art of talk or poetry of talk is most noticeable in… a. poetry b. proses c. voices.
5. What does Philology refers to? a. to the historical language study. b. to the love to the science. c. to the political language study.
6. Personification is: a. "carrying over" of sense from one area to another. b. comparison c. conferring human attributes on inanimate or non-human entities.
7. What movements had a pervasive and decisive influence on the critical and classroom practices of the middle years of the twentieth century? a. New Criticism and Practical Criticism. b. Postconstructuralist c. Multiculturalists.
8. Lyrics, ballads and sonnets are sub-genres of … a. poetry b. novel c. drama.
9. New Criticism was an approach developed during the middle years of the… a. nineteenth century in Britain b. twentieth century in, respectively, Britain and the USA c. twenty first century in the USA.
10. The book "Principles of Literary Criticism" was written by: a. John Crowe b. I.A. Richards. c. Robert Penn Warren.
11. One of the following is a practical question to put to any text, "Relations to the rest of the world": a. Who has been involved in making and responding to this text at various moments? b. What are the various frames of reference and contexts within this text has been realised historically? c. In what manuscript, printed, performance or otherwise recorded versions has this text existed?.
12. If we describe something as being "about developing big ideas that cover many cases in various circumstances". It refers to: a. Practice b. Theory c. Theory and practice.
13. The model of text, producer, receiver and relations to the rest of the world can be used as… a. a practical approach to be displayed into the classroom. b. a theoretical model of how texts in general come into being. c. a matrix to generate new ways of vocabulary.
14. In any given text there can be: a. only the author’s point of view. b. several points of views, such as author’s, character’s and reader’s point of view. c. only the reader’s point of view.
15. When we say something " is a natural and necessary extension of thinking" we are referring to: a. Practice b. Theory c. Theory and practice.
16. New Criticism was… a. text centred and required "close reading" of the "words on the page" b. text centred and required "extensive reading" of the "words on the page" c. not text centred and didn't required "close reading".
17. The distinctive and unique configuration of language that each person has, is called: a. idiolect b. accent c. standard.
18. The principle of organic unity or integrated structure in a work is presented basically in… a. a long lyric poem. b. a short lyric poem. c. a very long essay.
19. . ………… can be understood both as an array of achieved products and a series of constitutives processes. a. Text b. Theory c. Theory.
20. Who was more interested in understanding the process whereby literary and cultural judgements were formed, rather than in simply imposing them? a. Robert Penn Warren. b. I.A Richards. c. William Wimsatt.
21. Hurston, Fanon, Smith and Spivak were the main representatives of the… a. Italian approach. b. French approach. c. black, ethnic and postcolonial approaches.
22. . The French approach is represented mainly by: a. Rich, Hurston, Fanon, and Smith. b. Kristeva, Irigaray and Cixous. c. Rich, Burtler, Kosofsky and Sedwwick.
23. Sigmund Freud is considered as the Father of: a. Pragmatism b. Linguistics c. Psychoanalysis.
24. The features that make LITERATURE "literary" and POEMS "poetic" refer to: a. German Formalism. b. Russian Formalism. c. French Formalism.
25. ………. Is basically any linguistic feature that, for whatever reason, sticks out. a. Defamiliarisation b. Foregrounding. c. Constructivism.
26. ……. is the raw stuff of the narrative imagined as though in chronological sequence, in a continuous space and as yet untold. a. Tale b. Story c. Fabula.
27. Who tends to concentrate on prose texts which sport with language, genre and narrative structure? a. Postmodernists. b. Formalists. c. Marxists.
28. "Poetics" was one of the lasting achievements of: a. French Formalists. b. American Formalists. c. Russian Formalists.
29. According to Raymond Williams, Cultural Materialism is… a. a form of Marxism b. more important than Literature. c. a form of Socialism and it deserves to be studied.
30. . …the main tensions or contrasts around which it is organised, has to do with: a. Postmodernism b. Practical Criticism. c. New Criticism.
31. Literature as an aim of psychology help us to: a. explore our own identities, situations and circumstances. b. recognize our fears and weaknesses. c. explore and realise our literary taste.
32. . ……… can be provisional defined as " the construction of a fictional figure", and …………. as "the literary, linguistic and cultural means whereby that figure is constructed". a. Character/ characterisation b. Character/illustration c. Characterisation/character.
33. Barthes' s early book "Mythologies" (1957) was heavily influenced by… a. Carlos Williams. b. Noam Chomsky. c. Claude Lèvi-Strauss.
34. …all the imagenery, paradoxes, ambiguities and ironies which contribute to the localised texture and overall variety of the text, refers to: a. New Criticism b. Practical Criticism. c. Postmodernism.
35. . One of the linguistic levels when we talk about poetry is combination of words, which refers to: a. Metaphor, archaism, varieties of vocabulary, etc.. b. Alliteration, assonance, metre, etc.. c. unusual allocations, inverted word-order, marked parallelism.
36. Formalist as the name for a specific critical movement is usually identified with: a. "Russian Formalism" b. "American Formalism" c. "French Formalism".
37. When a person wants to practice ……………. he/she must read an unidentified whole poem. The talk or write about it. a. New Criticism b. Syntax c. Practical Criticism.
38. Czech Functionalism only really came to prominence in the Wets from the 1960s onwards, chiefly as a result of the activities of: a. Structuralists and functional linguists. b. Functionalists, Marxist and, latterly, Psychological Critics. c. Structuralists and Functionalists.
39. ………. moved to Czechoslovakia to help to found the Prague Linguistic Circle (1926-48). a. Wimsatt and Brooks b. Wimsatt and Beardsley c. Jakobson and Bogatyrev.
40. One of the linguistic levels when we talk about poetry is choice of words, which refers to: a. Metaphor, archaism, varieties of vocabulary, etc.. b. Alliteration, assonance, metre, etc.. c. unusual allocations, inverted word-order, marked parallelism.
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