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    Exercise "Literary genre", created by baboune16 (a free exercise to learn English):
    Results of the 544 people who have taken this test:
    Average mark: 68 / 100 Share

    Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): bleuclair64 / FRANCE, on Wednesday 10 June - 08:47:
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    Stats (544 candidates)
    Question 1 passed: 76.8 %
    * is a literary genre pertaining to letters in which writers use letters in their works or tell stories through a serie of letters.

    Question 2 passed: 69.3 %
    * is a literary device that can be defined as poetry, free from limitations of regular rythm or metre.

    Question 3 passed: 74.4 %
    * is a novel in which the plot takes place in a setting located in the past, in an important period of History.

    Question 4 passed: 65.1 %
    John Keats composed six * which are among his most famous and well-regarded poems.

    Question 5 passed: 72.6 %
    Matsuo Basho made about 1000 * poems in his lifetime : "The narrow road to the deep North"is the most famous haiku collection in Japan.

    Question 6 passed: 51.7 %
    Helen * is probably Ronsard 's most famous poem.

    Question 7 passed: 71.1 %
    Arthur Conan Doyle, "The hound of Baskerville" is one of the best * everyone should read.

    Question 8 passed: 44.9 %
    A * is a form of virulent satire, which is often a malicious or injust attack on a person or an activity.

    Question 9 passed: 79.8 %
    *is a literary device used in fictional works.It contains both tragedy and comedy.

    Question 10 passed: 65.8 %
    The * is the redheaded stepchild of literary genres; too long for a short story and too short for a novel.

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