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2nd Weekly Assessment in EAPP

Quiz by SNDS Rudy Aquino

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  • Q1

    The text is seen as a reflection of the author’s mind and personality.

    Deconstructionist Criticism

    Psychological/Psychoanalytic Criticism

    Sociological Criticism

    Reader-Response Criticism

    30s
  • Q2

    It emphasizes the form of a literary work to determine its meaning, focusing on literary elements and how they work to create meaning.

    Formalist Criticism

    New Historicist Criticism

    Mythological Criticism

    Biographical Criticism

    30s
  • Q3

    It emphasizes the importance of the author’s life and background into account when analyzing a text.

    Psychological/Psychoanalytic Critism

    Biographical Criticism

    Mythological Criticism

    New Historicist Criticism

    30s
  • Q4

    It argues that social contexts must be taken into consideration when analyzing a text.

    Feminist Criticism

    Sociological Criticism

    Marxist Criticism

    Gender Criticism

    30s
  • Q5

    It focuses understanding how power, politics, and money play a role in literary texts and amongst literary societies and characters.

    Gender Criticism

    Marxist Criticism

    Postcolonial Criticism

    Feminist Criticism

    30s
  • Q6

    It examines the “universal” elements of human life as they occur across cultures.

    Mythological Criticism

    Deconstructionist Criticism

    Psychological/Psychoanalytic Criticism

    New Historicist Criticism

    30s
  • Q7

    It analyzes literature through the lens of socially-constructed gender roles.

    Feminist Criticism

    Gender Criticism

    Postcolonial Criticism

    Marxist Criticism

    30s
  • Q8

    It posits that every literary work is the product of its time and its world.

    Psychological/Psychoanalytic Criticism

    Reader-Response Criticism

    New Historicist Criticism

    Deconstructionist Criticism

    30s
  • Q9

    It focuses on the roles, positions, and influences of women within literary texts.

    Feminist Criticism

    Gender Criticism

    Postcolonial Criticism

    Marxist Criticism

    30s
  • Q10

    It is a new and emerging type of literary criticism. It is a type of cultural criticism that focuses on literary texts produced in places that were, at one time, under the influence of European (read: white) colonial rule.

    Gender Criticism

    Postcolonial Criticism

    Feminist Criticism

    Marxist Criticism

    30s
  • Q11

    It argues that the meaning of a text is dependent upon the reader’s response to it.

    Feminist Criticism

    Marxist Criticism

    Reader-Response Criticism

    Sociological Criticism

    30s
  • Q12

    It argues that because there is no single meaning of any word, there is no single meaning of any text. ALL texts have multiple, valid meanings because readers will interpret words differently than the writer intended them.

    Reader-Response Criticism

    Sociological Criticism

    Deconstructionist Criticism

    Marxist Criticism

    30s
  • Q13

    What does a critique do?

    neither a nor b

    both a and b

    a. It briefly summarizes a work or concept.

    b. It critically evaluates a work or concept.

    30s
  • Q14

    This part of a critique essay explains the context in which the work was created.

    Critical evaluation

    Summary

    Introduction

    Conclusion

    30s
  • Q15

    This part of a critique essay includes a statement indicating the overall evaluation of the work.

    Introduction

    Summary

    Conclusion

    Critical evaluation

    30s

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