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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122536: Literary genre
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    1. is a literary genre pertaining to letters in which writers use letters in their works or tell stories through a serie of letters.

    2. is a literary device that can be defined as poetry, free from limitations of regular rythm or metre.

    3. is a novel in which the plot takes place in a setting located in the past, in an important period of History.

    4. John Keats composed six which are among his most famous and well-regarded poems.

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

    6. Helen is probably Ronsard 's most famous poem.

    7. Arthur Conan Doyle, "The hound of Baskerville" is one of the best everyone should read.

    8. A is a form of virulent satire, which is often a malicious or injust attack on a person or an activity.

    9. is a literary device used in fictional works.It contains both tragedy and comedy.

    10. The is the redheaded stepchild of literary genres; too long for a short story and too short for a novel.









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