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Eleventh Grade (Grade 11) Literature Questions

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Grade 11 Lord of the Flies
The Lord of the Flies is
  1. a figment of Simon's imagination
  2. a rotting pig's head
  3. a parachutist
  4. the beast
Grade 11 The Crucible
The Crucible should be categorized as... (Choose all that apply)
  1. a tragedy
  2. a comedy
  3. a drama
  4. a morality play
Grade 11 The Lottery
What is the conflict?
  1. Person versus person
  2. Person versus society
  3. Person versus nature
  4. Person versus himself
Grade 11 Fahrenheit 451
How did Montag escape the city?
  1. He followed the railroad tracks.
  2. He stole a car.
  3. He used Faber's identification.
  4. He floated down the river.
Grade 11 Because I Could Not Stop for Death
In "Because I could not stop for Death," the three things that Death's carriage holds are...
  1. a way out, acceptance, and understanding
  2. hope, superstition, and truth
  3. death, the speaker, and immortality
  4. clarity, despair, and triumph
Grade 11 The Canterbury Tales
Who was known as the Father of English Literature?
  1. William Shakespeare
  2. Edgar Allen Poe
  3. Geoffrey Chaucer
  4. George Orwell
Grade 11 Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Which of the following is the primary influence on Tom Sawyer?
  1. His Aunt Polly
  2. Sunday school
  3. Adventure novels
  4. Abolitionist speeches
Grade 11 The Crucible
Why is Proctor's third child not baptized?
  1. It is too young to be baptized
  2. Proctor doesn't want Reverend Parris to baptize his baby
  3. Elizabeth and Proctor don't like the baby
  4. Nobody knew how to baptize children
Grade 11 Authors
An important contributor to the Harlem Renaissance:
  1. W.H. Auden
  2. Robert Frost
  3. Langston Hughes
  4. William Carlos Williams
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