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QUIZ # 1 FIRST QUARTERThe Nature and Elements of LiteratureGeneral Directions:
Read and answer each item carefully. Shade the letter of the best answer inyour answer sheet.
I. TRUE OR FALSEShade letter A if your answer is True and letter D if your answer is

Literature is the significant human exploitations written in words well-chosen andarranged.2.

People are fond of telling others about the things we have seen or imagined; hence
theliterature of description.3.

A great book is born of the brain and heart of its author; he has put himself into its pages;they
partake of his life, and are instinct with his individuality.4.

People are strongly impelled to confide to others what they think and feel; hence theliterature
which deals with the great drama of human life and action.5.

A great book grows directly out of life; in reading it, we are brought into large, close, andfresh
relations with life; and in that fact lies the final explanation of its power.6.

Literature is different from a treasure chest because literature does not only keepexperiences
but also exposes relevant experiences to audiences around the world.7.

A piece of literature differs from a specialized treatise on astronomy, political

economy,philosophy, or even history, in part because it appeals, not to a particular class of

Literature is composed of those books, and of those books only, which, in the first place,by
reason of their subject-matter and their mode of treating it, are of general humaninterest.9.

Literature is a vital record of what men have seen in life, what they have experienced ofIt, what
they have thought and felt about those aspects of it which have the mostimmediate and
enduring interest for all of us.10.

People are intensely interested in men and women, their lives, motives, passions,relationships;
hence the literature which directly expresses the thoughts and feelings ofthe writer.
II. CLASSIFICATIONIdentify which from the group is not identified under its
Classification of Literature

Literature of Self-ExpressionA.
Essay B. Elegy C. Ballad D. Lyric Poetry12.

Literature of Human Life and ActivityA.

Epic B. Novel C. Drama D. Literary Criticism13.

Literature of DescriptionA.

Lyric Poetry B. Book Travel C. Literary Art D. Descriptive Essay14.

Literature of Self-ExpressionA.

Lyric Poetry B. Literary Criticism C. Short Story D. Poetry of Argument


Literature of Human Life and ActivityA.

Essay B. Short Story C. History D. Biography16.

Literature of DescriptionA.

Travel Blog B. Eulogy C. Narrative D. Literary Art

III. IDENTIFICATIONIdentify the Theme of 21
Century Literature based from the statement

As contemporary readers are able to look back and see how it has been depicteddifferently for
different audiences, these have become themes in 21st century literature.Often contemporary
literature explores the notion of multiplicities of truth andacknowledges that it is filtered through
human perspective and experience.18.

Today, this is more integrated into

people’s lives than ever before. Dreams of what this
could potentially help people become and anxieties regarding the demise of humanity asa result
of this can be seen in 21st century literature.19.

In postmodern style, many contemporary writers recognize a piece of work as being oneamong
many throughout history. As such, many writers purposely includeacknowledgements,
references or parallels to other works of fiction, recognizing theirplace in a larger, broader
conversation, context and body of work. Some themes go as far
as to poke fun at a work’s own lack of originality or the clichés that it seemingly cannot

With increasing globalization, intersections of cultures and more vocal discussions of

women’s rights and LGBT rights, it has become a com
mon theme in 21st centuryliterature. In a world that is now able to exchange ideas more quickly
than ever before viathe Internet and other technological advancements, people have
relatively more freedomto draw from multiple cultures and philosophies and question the
concept of the self and
its relation to the body, brain and “soul.”

IV. REFLECTIONWrite a 10 or more sentences reflection on the question:

How can literature be the mirror of life
Content: 50%Originality: 30%Mechanics: 20%
A. IdentityB.

History and MemoryC.