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LLR_3_1_RECEPTAREA TEXTULUI LITERAROPTIONAL ENGLEZAntrebarea nr. 1 0 points Save The characters in James fiction enjoy an unlimited freedom in acting; they are not pressed by the circumstances; neither are Thomas Hardys characters. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 3 0 points Save In James fiction, a favorite theme is the collision of European innocence and American experience. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 5 0 points Save Jane Austens narrators are ironic about Gothic imaginings and Romanticized sensibility. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 6 0 points Save Who are the international Americans (Americans living in Europe and adopting the European ways) in the novel The Portrait of a Lady: Henrietta Stackpole, Ralph Touchett, Isabel Archer? Isabel Archer, Madame Merle, Gilbert Osmond? Pansy Osmond, Caspar Goodwood, Isabel Archer? ntrebarea nr. 7 0 points Save As a realist novelist, Austen is generous, lavish in landscape descriptions objectifying the characters moods. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 8 0 points Save In The Mill on the Floss, the crisis of the narrative turns on Maggies need to choose between her fidelity to: Red Deeps and her love for Philip. the rural society of St Oggs and her love for Stephen. the Cloven Tree and her love for Tom . ntrebarea nr. 10 0 points Save In the Preface to The Scarlet Letter, Hawthornes metaphors for romantic realism and romance are: moonlight and stage light moonlight and firelight moonlight and torchlight. ntrebarea nr. 11 0 points Save In James fiction, protagonists, European by extraction, choose to settle down in America Adevarat Fals

ntrebarea nr. 12 0 points Save In The Scarlet Letter, Dimmesdale believes that Hesters sin is greater than his own. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 14 0 points Save In the metaphysical novel, the symbolic setting is often used as a mirror to reflect: the name and the place of some special people living there. the customs of the people living in that area. the psychological state of the characters. ntrebarea nr. 15 0 points Save In Jane Austens world of economic survival and genteel propriety, the person getting married to a mate marries society as well. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 16 0 points Save Characteristically, a Jane Austen novel starts: at the outset of the protagonists adulthood. in the protagonists mid childhood. in ripe maturity of the protagonists emotional intelligence. ntrebarea nr. 17 0 points Save Isabel has a typically American hunger for experience coupled with a puritanical fear of her ego, which means that her freedom remains abstract and unreal. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 19 0 points Save The world George Eliot gives birth to in her novels is a fast advancing world of change. a slowly changing world originating in past links. ntrebarea nr. 20 0 points Save In The Mill on the Floss, the crisis of the narrative turns on Maggies need to choose between her fidelity to: Dorlcote Mill and her love for Philip. the river Floss and her love for Tom. the rural society of St Oggs and her love for Stephen. ntrebarea nr. 23 0 points Save In The Scarlet Letter, Hester Prynne and Dimmesdale are, ultimately, Archetypes of sinning and that is why their moral development is frozen in Stereotyped patterns. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 24 0 points Save Match the following "point of view" regarding Isabel's identity with the name of the character who has uttered it: I think you are my guardian angel! (The Portrait of a Lady) Henrietta Stackpole Pansy Osmond

Madame Merle Ralph Touchett Lord Warburton

ntrebarea nr. 27 0 points Save In James fiction, most of the protagonists are cultured, educated, and aristocratic. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 29 0 points Save At the end of the novel The Scarlet Letter, Dimmesdale found the resolve to admit in public that: he hated Chillingworth. he wanted to leave New England. he was Pearls father. ntrebarea nr. 30 0 points Save In Eliots novels the idea of is a key one absolute freedom of the individual. kinship. the conflict between kinship and the freedom of the individual. ntrebarea nr. 31 0 points Save The picaresque novel and the detective novel are patterned upon plots of: fortune. thought. character. ntrebarea nr. 33 0 points Save Along with other American writers, Mark Twain and W. D. Howells, Henry James satirized the European manners. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 37 0 points Save In Hawthornes vision is the neutral territory between reality and fairy land, where the Actual and the Imaginary meet and fuse. the window the ceiling the floor ntrebarea nr. 40 0 points Save In The Scarlet Letter, Hesters husband, Arthur Dimmesdale,returns incognito and settles in the town under the name of Richard Chillingworth. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 42 0 points Save James admiration for European culture led him to an interest in the conflict of the American and European personalities. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 44 0 points Save

Hardys descriptions of his native Wessex nature are achieved both from a close proximity and from a cosmic distance. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 45 0 points Save In Hawthornes vision, romance transforms the ordinary world into cold allegory and then back into the impression of life. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 46 0 points Save The past tense in which events are narrated in fiction is transferred by the reader into: dramatic showing (scene), dialogue. summary. ntrebarea nr. 47 0 points Save The masculine pen-name of Marian Evans disguises the distance separating herself as the moral, serious author, favourably reviewed and read, from herself as an adulteress and an agnostic. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 48 0 points Save The theme of James The Portrait of a Lady is the dangerously deceptive disregard of the correlation of ethics and aesthetics. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 49 0 points Save What character is described in The Mill on the Floss as a "healthy, fair, plump, and dull-witted, the flower of her family for beauty and amiability"? Philip's mother. Maggie's mother. Stephen's mother. Lucy's mother. ntrebarea nr. 52 0 points Save Hawthornes ROMANCES differ from NOVELS in their preference for allegory and psychological exploration. realistic social observation. artificial constrains of commercial civilization. ntrebarea nr. 53 0 points Save In The Mill on the Floss, Maggie Tulliver is a girl who needs love from her family since she never deserved it. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 58 0 points Save Tesss fate is metaphorically dramatized when associated with: doomed snakes, rats, pheasants. the plight of sea faring people. still-born babies. ntrebarea nr. 59 0 points Save

The earth in Tess of the DUrbevilles (i.e. the green fertile vale of Blackmoor, Talbothays dairy, the uplands of Flintcomb-Ash) is: -simply a natural setting for the characters to live in. -a dramatic factor of causation in characters lives. -a dramatic primitive antagonist of human consciousness,consequently transcending the natural into a mythic opponent to human protagonists. ntrebarea nr. 61 0 points Save Hardys descriptions of solitary spots or of expanses of nature are often loaded with: denotative significance only; he is the perfect realistic regional novelist. symbolic, archetypal connotations, betraying a poets sensibility. ntrebarea nr. 63 0 points Save When Hardy describes the heath from close proximity he is a realist, when he does it from Olympian distances he is an impressionist and a thoughtful skeptic. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 64 0 points Save The cosmic dimension of his characters is the novelty Hardy brought to the centurys fiction. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 66 0 points Save In Austens fictional world the protagonist lives only by the dictates of her emotional intelligence, leaping over the societys ethics. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 67 0 points Save St. Ogg, the legendary patron of the town bearing his name in The Mill on the Floss, was a poor boater rewarded for his pity by the Blessed Virgin herself. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 68 0 points Save In The Mill on the Floss, after an expedition down the Floss with Stephen he offers to marry her, and Maggie: accepts and goes home immediately. returns alone to St. Oggss. asks her brother for permission. ntrebarea nr. 70 0 points Save In The Mill on the Floss, Maggies wit, impetuosity, compassionate nature, intellectual and sensuous curiosity are associated with: her cousin Lucys traits of character. her brother Toms. her fathers. her mothers. ntrebarea nr. 71 0 points Save One character in the list below does not belong to the world of James The Portrait of a Lady. Who is he? Gaspar Goodwood Gilbert Osmond

Lord Wellington Ralph Touchett ntrebarea nr. 73 0 points Save From Hardys point of view, the protagonist gives up struggling at the first signs of disillusionment. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 74 0 points Save The Portrait of a Lady is a tragedy, like Tess or The Mayor of Casterbridge. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 76 0 points Save A novelist is involved implicitly or explicitly in: eluding the social, historical, cultural commentary of an age. a social, historical, cultural commentary of both the fictional time and of his own time. ntrebarea nr. 79 0 points Save Hardys logical reasoning shows him that it is impossible to reconcile the benevolence of an omnipotent and omniscient force with ones freedom of choice. Adevarat Fals ntrebarea nr. 82 0 points Save Match the following "point of view", regarding Isabel's identity, with the name of the character who has uttered:Isabels changing every day Shes not the bright American girl she was.Shes taking different views, a different colour, and turning away from her old idealsIve got a fear in my heart that shes going to marry one of theseEuropeans, and I want to prevent it. (The Portrait of a Lady) Henrietta Stackpole Pansy Osmond Madame Merle Ralph Touchett Lord Warburton ntrebarea nr. 85 0 points Save With Hardy the tragic is necessarily related to: the excellence of human

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