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Henry James was a author known for writing of the clash between

realist; American and European values

What is an example of situational irony in heart of darkness

Situational irony in heart of darkness

What is best defined as a literary work that is mostly not a product of the writer's imagination

Nonfiction is best defined as a literary work that is mostly not a product of the writer's imagination.

What makes literary nonfiction different from other nonfiction

Literary nonfiction uses story-telling techniques from fiction writing.

Which of these is a characteristic of Realism

Ordinary, relatable narrators or Genuine stories and settings

What makes nonfiction different from literary nonfiction

Literary nonfiction uses many fiction-writing techniques

What explains one way that Frederick Douglass made his writing objective

By avoiding emotion

What was the wharf like before the steamboat arrived each day

Full of anticipation

What is an example sentence for the word sarcasm

Political sarcasm can be quite humorous.
Sometimes sarcasm can go over people's heads.
The Daily Show uses a lot of sarcasm.

Which of these are most characteristic of literary nonfiction

Real people and places or True events and dialogue

Which of these excerpts from Mark Twain's Life on the Mississippi best shows Twain's subtle sense of humor

At last he turned up as apprentice engineer or "striker" on a steamboat. This thing shook the bottom out of all my Sunday-school teachings.

Which of these phrases is the most objective

My father immigrated to New York from Italy when he was 20.

Which one of these excerpts from Mark Twain life on the missisipi best shows that the story is told by a subjective narrator

Before these events, the day was glorious with expectancy; after them, the day was a dead and empty thing.

As the civil war drew to a close why did president Lincoln rhetoric change

Because he now had to repair the nation (apex)

Which situation best shows irony

A school nurse often misses work because she has an unhealthy lifestyle.

What is one way Mark Twain urges social changes in his fictional writing

By making fun of certain situations

In the reading does Mark Twain describe in great detail

1. The steamboat

2. The boy who became a steamboat man

-APEX

In the reading life on the Mississippi which position aboard a steamboat paid the most

the pilot

What does Mark Twain describe in great detail in Life on the Mississippi

The steamboat

What excerpt from Mark Twain's Life on the Mississippi shows that the story is told by a subjective narrator

There was nothing generous about this fellow in his greatness

Which of these is an example of an idiom

"Her presentation didn't make sense. It was all over the map."

Which of the following is an example of literary nonfiction

An autobiography

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