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Select the term that correctly identifies each sentence or underlined part of a sentence.

1. James Joyce was a great master of stream of consciousness. (1 point)
*simple sentence
compound sentence
complex sentence
compound-complex sentence
2. Joyce, however, owed much to a French novelist who had used the technique much earlier. (1 point)
simple sentence
compound sentence
*complex sentence
compound-complex sentence
3. Edouard Dujardin experimented with the technique in 1887 when he published The Laurels Are Cut Down. (1 point)
simple sentence
*compound sentence
complex sentence
compound-complex sentence
4. His novel is rarely read today, but it influenced many writers. (1 point)
simple sentence
*compound sentence
complex sentence
compound-complex sentence
5. Dujardin defined his interior monologue as “an unspoken discourse without a hearer present. . . .” (1 point)
simple sentence
*compound sentence
complex sentence
compound-complex sentence
6. Some critics distinguish interior monologue from stream of consciousness; they feel that there is a clear difference. (1 point)
independent clause
adverbial clause
adjectival clause
noun clause
7. Although both include a character’s thoughts and feelings, interior monologue indicates nothing in the way of a narrator (1 point)
independent clause
adverbial clause
*adjectival clause
noun clause
8. Joyce used both in Ulysses, which is one of his finest works. (1 point)
independent clause
*adverbial clause
adjectival clause
noun clause
9. If you read Virginia Woolf’s work, you will see many examples of stream-of-consciousness writing. (1 point)
independent clause
*adverbial clause
adjectival clause
noun clause
10. To the Lighthouse alternates between the thoughts of Mr. Ramsay, whose mind works rationally and dispassionately, and those of his wife, a creative, intuitive person. (1 point)
independent clause
adverbial clause
adjectival clause
*noun clause

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  1. 1 yes
    2 yes
    3 no
    4 yes
    5 no
    6 - 10 what is underlined?

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    Ms. Sue
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    6. (Some critics distinguish interior monologue from stream of consciousness); they feel that there is a clear difference. (1 point)
    *independent clause
    adverbial clause
    adjectival clause
    noun clause
    7. (Although both include a character’s thoughts and feelings), interior monologue indicates nothing in the way of a narrator (1 point)
    independent clause
    adverbial clause
    adjectival clause
    *noun clause
    8. Joyce used both in Ulysses, (which is one of his finest works). (1 point)
    independent clause
    adverbial clause
    *adjectival clause
    noun clause
    9. (If you read Virginia Woolf’s work), you will see many examples of stream-of-consciousness writing. (1 point)
    independent clause
    *adverbial clause
    adjectival clause
    noun clause
    10. To the Lighthouse alternates between the thoughts of Mr. Ramsay, (whose mind works rationally and dispassionately), and those of his wife, a creative, intuitive person. (1 point)
    independent clause
    *adverbial clause
    adjectival clause
    noun clause/

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  3. 10 is Adjectival clause.

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  4. just took this. unit 4 chapter 9 practice got 100%

    1. James Joyce was a great master of stream of consciousness. (1 point)
    -simple sentence

    2. Joyce, however, owed much to a French novelist who had used the technique much earlier. (1 point)
    -complex sentence

    3. Edouard Dujardin experimented with the technique in 1887 when he published The Laurels Are Cut Down. (1 point)
    -complex sentence

    4. His novel is rarely read today, but it influenced many writers. (1 point)
    -compound sentence

    5. Dujardin defined his interior monologue as “an unspoken discourse without a hearer present. . . .” (1 point)
    -simple sentence

    6. Some critics distinguish interior monologue from stream of consciousness; they feel that there is a clear difference. (1 point)
    -independent clause

    7. Although both include a character’s thoughts and feelings, interior monologue indicates nothing in the way of a narrator (1 point)
    -adverbial clause

    8. Joyce used both in Ulysses, which is one of his finest works. (1 point)
    -adjectival clause

    9. If you read Virginia Woolf’s work, you will see many examples of stream-of-consciousness writing. (1 point)
    *adverbial clause

    10. To the Lighthouse alternates between the thoughts of Mr. Ramsay, whose mind works rationally and dispassionately, and those of his wife, a creative, intuitive person. (1 point)
    -adjectival clause

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