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Seminários em Ling. Inglesa   Discurso Literário - Aula 7

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Teste do Conhecimmento - Seminários em Ling. Inglesa - Discurso literário - 
2018-1
Aula 7 - LITERATURE AND SPECIFICITY
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	 1a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Mark the option which best completes the sentence: Proença Filho (2009) identifies--------------------- as a major trait that contributes to the uniqueness of the literary texts.
		
	
	simplicity
	
	organization
	 
	complexity
	
	functionality
	
	features
	
	 
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	 2a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Below you have the following major traits that contribute to the uniqueness of the literary language, EXCEPT for
		
	 
	Respeito incondicional ao significado literal das palavras
	
	Predomínio da conotação;
	
	Complexidade;
	
	Multissignificação;
	
	Liberdade na criação;
	
	 
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	 3a Questão
	
	
	
	
	In -------------------, Joyce suggests that the experience of frustrated desire for love and new experiences is common to most people.
		
	 
	Araby
	
	Diamonds
	
	Hamlet
	
	Desire
	
	The prince and the pauper
	
	 
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	 4a Questão
	
	
	
	
	That ´s the power of literature. It might present us ------ experiences, but then it makes them seem strangely peculiar so that we can look at them from a different perspective.
		
	
	logical
	
	romantic
	 
	familiar
	
	rural
	
	urban
	
	 
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	 5a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Think about the concept of specificity in relation to literature and choose the CORRECT alternative:
		
	
	the uniqueness of literary texts comes from the strict obedience of the boundaries of everyday language. This special use of words enables the writer to go beyond the mere semantic level and uncover the mysteries of the human condition right before our eyes.
	
	the uniqueness of literary texts comes from a transcension of the boundaries of everyday language. This special use of words enables the writer to get attached to the mere semantic level and uncover the mysteries of the human condition right before our eyes.
	
	the uniqueness of literary texts comes from a transcension of the boundaries of everyday language. This special use of words does not enable the writer to go beyond the mere semantic level and uncover the mysteries of the human condition right before our eyes.
	 
	the uniqueness of literary texts comes from a transcension of the boundaries of everyday language. This special use of words enables the writer to go beyond the mere semantic level and uncover the mysteries of the human condition right before our eyes.
	
	the uniqueness of literary texts does not come from a transcension of the boundaries of everyday language. This special use of words enables the writer to go beyond the mere semantic level and uncover the mysteries of the human condition right before our eyes.
	
	 
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	 6a Questão
	
	
	
	
	It¿s clear to see that this is an example of a non-literary use of language, mainly due to the following reasons, EXCEPT for
		
	
	Most of the vocabulary is familiar
	
	The sentences are simple, literal
	
	It is direct and specialized
	
	There is only one level of meaning;
	 
	It is totally marked by subjectivity
	
	 
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	 7a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Choose the alternative that refer to literary text
		
	
	A literary text is a written work, generally a list, that is seen as not worthwhile body of work. Seen differently by different theorists, literary texts are works of literature that convey a message
	
	A literary text are onlyoral works, generally a narrative, that is seen as a worthwhile body of work. Seen differently by different theorists, literary texts are works of literature that convey a message
	
	A literary text is a written work, generally a narrative, that is seen as a worthwhile body of work. Seen differently by different theorists, literary texts are works of literature that do not convey a message
	
	A literary text is a written work, generally a narrative, that is seen as a worthwhile body of work. Seen equally by theorists, literary texts are works of literature that convey a message
	 
	A literary text is a written work, generally a narrative, that is seen as a worthwhile body of work. Seen differently by different theorists, literary texts are works of literature that convey a message
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