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1a Questão
	
	
	
	Read the following text by Stephen Colbert: ´Tomorrow you're all going to wake up in a brave new world, a world where the Constitution gets trampled by an army of terrorist clones, created in a stem-cell research lab run by homosexual doctors who sterilize their instruments over burning American flags. Where tax-and-spend Democrats take all your hard-earned money and use it to buy electric cars for National Public Radio, and teach evolution to illegal immigrants. Oh, and everybody's high! If this is going to be a Christian nation that doesn't help the poor, either we have to pretend that Jesus was just as selfish as we are, or we've got to acknowledge that He commanded us to love the poor and serve the needy without condition and then admit that we just don't want to do it.´ (source: http://examples.yourdictionary.com) - In terms of function, this text intends to .....
		
	 
	praise
	
	inform
	
	persuade
	
	amuse
	 
	satirize
	
	 
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	 2a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Mark the most appropriate statement option about written and oral texts:
		
	
	We never know the differences between those varieties
	
	We only know about written varieties
	 
	We know intuitively the differences between those varieties
	
	We rarely know the differences between those varieties
	
	We seldom know the differences between those varieties
	
	 
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	 3a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Mark in the options below the only one which cannot work as the function of texts:
		
	 
	to calculate
	
	to praise
	
	to satirize
	
	to inform
	
	to persuade
	
	 
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	 4a Questão
	
	
	
	
	One can certainly affirm that the more ________________ a reader gets, the more pleasure and enjoyment he/she is able to derive from a literary piece.
		
	
	reliable
	 
	experienced
	
	frustrated
	
	good
	
	annoyed
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552013
		
	
	 5a Questão
	
	
	
	
	In relation to literary and non literary texts, it is WRONG to say that:
		
	
	There is a classical sense in which literary and nonliterary may be distinguished.
	 
	Literary and non literary texts cannot be distinguished since their nature is pretty much alike.
	 
	This distinction is important for those studying Literature.
	
	In the context of classical literature studies, literary and nonliterary refer to stylistic elements.
	
	This is also a distinction important to those wishing to establish careers as literary authors.
	
	 
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	 6a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Literary texts are constantly enriched by vocabulary and structures from ------------- as well.
		
	 
	non-literary texts
	
	dictionaries
	
	manuals
	
	norms
	 
	poetry
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552021
		
	
	 7a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Literary texts have a lot to do with metaphor and symbolism. Literary texts, in fact, relly on those devices to allow an ideal interaction with the readers. In relation to that, it is WRONG to say that
		
	 
	A text rich in metaphor and symbolism will not impart both literal and figurative meanings and will accommodate deeper and more layered themes.
	
	Literary works are those that have significantly complex and detailed literary devices particularly in metaphor and symbolism.d.
	
	Literary works are those that have significantly complex and detailed literary devices particularly in metaphor and symbolism.
	
	Metaphor and symbolism are significant and distinguish literary from nonliterary because deeper meanings are embedded in the text through these techniques.
	 
	Metaphor and symbolism are significant and distinguish literary from nonliterary because deeper meanings are embedded in the text through these techniques.
	
	 
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	 8a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Chronology is a quite important characteristic found in literary texts. According to that, choose the alternative that is WRONG in relation to this feature.
		
	 
	a. The element of chronology is significant because the times present, past and future can be used to serve greater purposes than cause and effect, before and after sequencing of events.
	
	Chronology may be used to explore a wider range of associated events and relationships
	
	Chronology can either develop unity or create fragmentation; it can be cohesive or it can disrupt and disturb.
	 
	Chronology can only be cohesive. It can never disrupt and disturb the inner structure of the text.
	
	The element of chronology is significant because the times present, past and future can be used to serve greater purposes than cause and effect, before and after sequencing of events.
	1a Questão
	
	
	
	Choose the alternative that presents a CORRECT possible definition of literature:
		
	
	Literature is a term used to describe written or spoken material. Broadly speaking, ¿literature¿ is used to describe anything from creative writing to more technical or scientific works, but the term is never used to refer to works of the creative imagination, including works of poetry, drama, fiction, and nonfiction.
	 
	Literature is a term used to describe written or spoken material. Broadly speaking, ¿literature¿ is used to describe anything from creative writing to more technical or scientific works, but the term is most commonly used to refer to works of the creative imagination, including works of poetry, drama, fiction, and nonfiction.
	 
	Literature is a term used to describe written or spoken material. Broadly speaking, ¿literature¿ is used to describe anything from creative writing to more technical or scientific works, but the term is most commonly used to refer to technical works without any creative imagination.
	
	Literature is a term used to describe only spoken material. Broadly speaking, ¿literature¿ is used to describe anything from creative writing to more technical or scientific works, but the term is most commonly used to refer to works of the creative imagination, including works of poetry, drama, fiction, and nonfiction.
	
	Literature is a term used to describe written or spoken material. Broadly speaking, ¿literature¿ is used to describe anything from creative writing to more technical or scientific works, but the term is most commonly used to refer to works of plastic art.
	
	 
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	 2a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Choose the alternative that is CORRECT in relation to the definition of fiction and fictional work.
		
	 
	Fiction is the form of any work that deals, in part or in whole, with information or events that are not real, but rather, imaginary and theoretical¿that is, invented by the author. Although the term fiction refers in particular to novels and short stories, it may also refer to a theatrical, cinematic, or musical work.
	
	Non fiction is the form of any work that deals, in part or in whole, with information or events that are not real, but rather, imaginary and theoretical¿that is, invented by the author. Although the term fiction refers in particular to novels and short stories, it may also refer to a theatrical, cinematic, or musical work.
	
	Fiction is the form of any work that deals, in part or in whole, with information or events that are not real, but rather, imaginary and theoretical¿that is, invented by the author. Although the term fiction refers in particular to novels and short stories, it can not refer to a theatrical, cinematic, or musical work.
	 
	Fiction is the form of any work that deals, only, with information or eventsthat are not real, but rather, imaginary and theoretical¿that is, invented by the author. Although the term fiction refers in particular to novels and short stories, it may also refer to a theatrical, cinematic, or musical work.
	
	Fiction is the form of any work that deals, in part or in whole, with information or events that are real, collected by the author from newspapers. Although the term non fiction refers in particular to novels and short stories, it may also refer to a theatrical, cinematic, or musical work.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552250
		
	
	 3a Questão
	
	
	
	
	David Daisches, in A Study of Literature for Reading and Critics (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1948)24 comments the relation between fiction and human mind. Actually he gives prominence to the positive effects that derive from this relation. Read the following alternatives and choos the one that agrees with Daisches perspective.
		
	 
	Fiction enables us to explore the recesses of man¿s head and heart with a torch; history allows us only the natural light of day, which does not usually shine into such places. Literature is man¿s exploration of man by artificial light, which is better than natural light because we can direct it where we want.
	
	Fiction enables us to explore the concrete reality of human life; history allows us only the natural light of day, which does not usually shine into such places. Literature is man¿s exploration of man by artificial light, which is better than natural light because we can direct it where we want.
	
	Fiction does not enable us to explore the recesses of man¿s head and heart with a torch; history allows us only the natural light of day, which does not usually shine into such places. Literature is man¿s exploration of man by artificial light, which is better than natural light because we can direct it where we want.
	
	Fiction enables us to explore the recesses of man¿s head and heart with a torch, but history allows us a broader perception of human natural light of day, which does not usually shine into such places. Literature is man¿s exploration of man by artificial light, which is better than natural light because we can direct it where we want.
	
	Non fiction Fiction enables us to explore the recesses of man¿s head and heart with a torch; history allows us only the natural light of day, which does not usually shine into such places. Literature is man¿s exploration of man by artificial light, which is better than natural light because we can direct it where we want.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201604005064
		
	
	 4a Questão
	
	
	
	
	When explaining the notion of the "uncanny' in literature, Todorov presents two key words that for him are crucial. What are they?
		
	
	reality and inertia
	 
	reality and illusion
	
	inertia and illusion
	 
	illusion and provocation
	
	reality and provocation
	
	 
	Ref.: 201604005051
		
	
	 5a Questão
	
	
	
	
	_______________ is considered the key element of the literary text.
		
	
	reality
	
	fact
	
	materiality
	
	mimesis
	 
	fiction
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552224
		
	
	 6a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Fictional works enable readers to embark on an intellectual journey that will expand their knowledge considerably. Taking that into consideration, read the alternatives below and choos the alternative that is corretc in relation to the kind of text in question:
		
	 
	Fictional works are a very subjective and debatable issue.
	 
	Fictional works expose readers to a variety of experiences that they can be achieved through the reading of any kind of text
	
	Fictional works speak to us in the same way that nonfiction works do.
	
	Fictional works don´t have a greater impact on people¿s lives than nonfiction works
	
	Fictional works are universal, but they do not affect us deeply.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552223
		
	
	 7a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Complete the following statement: That¿s the first key element of literature: ______________.
		
	
	Punctuation
	 
	Fiction
	
	Size
	
	Opinion
	 
	Style
	
	 
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	 8a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Indeed, when writing a story, the writer presents his/her private world and by doing this, he/she intends to please, distract and/or move -----------.
		
	 
	writers
	
	teachers
	
	speakers
	 
	readers
	
	actors
	1a Questão
	
	
	
	According to our studies, Spencer-Oatley (2012) provided some key caracteristics of culture. Choose the INCORRECT option:
		
	 
	Culture is something we do not learn.
	
	Culture is shared by some sort of social group or society.
	
	There is no such thing as a HIGH or LOW culture. Cultures are either similar or different from each other.
	 
	Culture is not uniformly distributed, i.e., group members do not share identical behaviors, attitudes and so on. Rather, they show family resemblances.
	
	Culture is manifested at different layers of depth.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552276
		
	
	 2a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Which of the items below CANNOT be considered part of the concept of culture?
		
	
	Attitudes
	
	Beliefs
	
	Custons
	 
	Individual habits
	
	Values
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552286
		
	
	 3a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Which of the items below CANNOT be considereda key characteristic of culture:
		
	
	Culture is a descriptive not an evaluative concept.
	 
	Culture is learned.
	 
	The various parts of a culture are not related at all.
	
	Culture is subject to gradual change.
	
	Culture is both an individual construct and a social construct.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552283
		
	
	 4a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Which of the items below CANNOT be considereda key characteristic of culture:
		
	 
	Culture is learned.
	
	Culture has both universal and distinctive elements.
	
	Culture is associated with social groups.
	
	Culture is always both socially and psychologically distributed in a group.
	 
	Culture is eirther an individual construct or a social construct.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552254
		
	
	 5a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Choose the alternative that is WRONG in relation to the definition of language:
		
	 
	Language is succinctly defined in our glossary as a "human system of communication that uses arbitrary signals, such as voice sounds, gestures, or written symbols."
	
	Language is an anonymous, collective and unconscious art; the result of the creativity of thousands of generations."(Edward Sapir)
	
	Language is far too complicated, intriguing, and mysterious to be adequately explained by a brief definition.
	
	Language gives access to the accumulated records of other people's experience
	 
	Language is communication of specific and limited through a system of prdictable signals, such as voice sounds, gestures, or written symbols.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552279
		
	
	 6a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Which of the items below CANNOT be considereda key characteristic of culture:
		
	
	Culture is manifested at different layers of depth
	 
	Culture can be differentiated from both universal human nature and unique individual personality
	
	Culture affects behavior and interpretation of behavior.
	 
	Culture is not associated with social groups.
	
	Culture influences biological processes.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552275
		
	
	 7a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Just as the two faces of a coin, literature and culture are connected toeach in an indisputable and inseparable way. Chhose the alterantive that correctly shows this close relation.
		
	
	Literature, through its unique form of expression, is not able to highlight those factors which are essential for a society, for example, its problems, its customs, as well as its political and social organization.
	 
	Literature, through its common form of expression, is able to highlight those factors which are essential for a society, for example, its problems, its customs, as well as its political and social organization.
	
	Painting, through its unique form of expression, is able to highlight those factors which are essential for a society, for example, its problems, its customs, as well as its political and social organization.
	 
	Literature, through its unique form of expression, is able to highlight those factors which are essential for a society, for example, its problems, its customs, as well as its political and social organization.
	
	Literature, through its unique form of expression, is able to hide those factors which are essential for a society, for example, its problems, its customs, as well as its political and social organization.
	1a Questão
	
	
	
	Which of the items below CANNOT be considereda key characteristic of culture:
		
	
	Culture is manifested at different layers of depth
	
	Culture affects behavior and interpretation of behavior.
	 
	Culture is not associated with social groups.
	 
	Culture influences biological processes.
	
	Culture can be differentiated from both universal human nature and unique individual personality
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552286
		
	
	 2a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Which of the items below CANNOT be considereda key characteristic of culture:
		
	
	Culture is learned.
	
	Culture is subject to gradual change.
	
	Culture is both an individual construct and a social construct.
	 
	Culture is a descriptive not an evaluative concept.
	 
	The various parts of a culture are not related at all.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552276
		
	
	 3a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Which of the items below CANNOT be considered part of the concept of culture?
		
	
	Beliefs
	
	Custons
	 
	Individual habits
	
	Values
	
	Attitudes
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552254
		
	
	 4a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Choose the alternative that is WRONG in relation to the definition of language:
		
	 
	Language is communication of specific and limited through a system of prdictable signals, such as voice sounds, gestures, or written symbols.
	
	Language is far too complicated, intriguing, and mysterious to be adequately explained by a brief definition.
	 
	Language is succinctly defined in our glossary as a "human system of communication that uses arbitrary signals, such as voice sounds, gestures, or written symbols."
	
	Language is an anonymous, collective and unconscious art; the result of the creativity of thousands of generations."(Edward Sapir)
	
	Language gives access to the accumulated records of other people's experience
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552283
		
	
	 5a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Which of the items below CANNOT be considereda key characteristic of culture:
		
	
	Culture is associated with social groups.
	
	Culture is always both socially and psychologically distributed in a group.
	 
	Culture is eirther an individual construct or a social construct.
	
	Culture has both universal and distinctive elements.
	
	Culture is learned.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201604013248
		
	
	 6a Questão
	
	
	
	
	According to our studies, Spencer-Oatley (2012) provided some key caracteristics of culture. Choose the INCORRECT option:
		
	
	Culture is not uniformly distributed, i.e., group members do not share identical behaviors, attitudes and so on. Rather, they show family resemblances.
	
	There is no such thing as a HIGH or LOW culture. Cultures are either similar or different from each other.
	 
	Culture is something we do not learn.
	
	Culture is shared by some sort of social group or society.
	
	Culture is manifested at different layers of depth.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552275
		
	
	 7a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Just as the two faces of a coin, literature and culture are connected to each in an indisputable and inseparable way. Chhose the alterantive that correctly shows this close relation.
		
	 
	Painting, through its unique form of expression, is able to highlight those factors which are essential for a society, for example, its problems, its customs, as well as its political and social organization.
	 
	Literature, through its unique form of expression, is able to highlight those factors which are essential for a society, for example, its problems, its customs, as well as its political and social organization.
	
	Literature, through its unique form of expression, is not able to highlight those factors which are essential for a society, for example, its problems, its customs, as well as its political and social organization.
	
	Literature, through its unique form of expression, is able to hide those factors which are essential for a society, for example, its problems, its customs, as well as its political and social organization.
	
	Literature, through its common form of expression, is able to highlight those factors which are essential for a society, for example, its problems, its customs, as well as its political and social organization.
	1a Questão
	
	
	
	Human language has certain characteristics that cannot be found in the communication systems of other animals. One of these characteristics is
		
	
	placement
	 
	creativity
	 
	loudness
	
	identity
	
	similarity
	
	 
	Ref.: 201604016729
		
	
	 2a Questão
	
	
	
	
	According to the great linguist Ferdinand de Saussure, language is a system of signs which encode ---------------.
		
	
	structures
	 
	characteristics
	 
	information
	
	grammar
	
	criticism
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552324
		
	
	 3a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Language functions are related to the fact that speakers can adapt their way of communicating in accordance with the objective they phave in mind. Choose the alternative that is contradicting the previous statement:
		
	
	A lot of what we say is for a specific purpose.
	
	Language functions has to do with the way speakers organize language in order to fulfill a specific purpose, therefore making their speech more meaningful.
	 
	Whether we are apologizing, expressing a wish or asking permission, we can not use language in order to fulfill that purpose.
	
	A language function as ¿the use to which language is put, the purpose of an utterance rather than the particular grammatical form an utterance takes¿.
	
	Each purpose can be known as a language function.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201604013260
		
	
	 4a Questão
	
	
	
	
	What does the image below illustrate?
		
	
	that language is a social tool
	
	language must be learned
	
	language has rules
	 
	language is arbitrary
	
	language is always conotative
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559833
		
	
	 5a Questão
	
	
	
	
	There is a close relationship between literature, language and culture. It happens because:
		
	
	language is the medium of literature and that each language that cannot be easily understood.
	
	Literature is not written in a specific language enable readers to understand the culture in which that language is spoken more deeply.
	
	literaturewritten in a specific language that does not enable readers to understand the culture in which that language is spoken more deeply.
	 
	language is the medium of literature and that each language has its own distinctive features, which are peculiar to a people and their way of conceiving the world.
	 
	language is not the medium of literature and that each language has its own distinctive features, which are peculiar to a people and their way of conceiving the world
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552319
		
	
	 6a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Human and animal language differ in many different levels. Which of the alternatives below is NOT CORRECT in relation to expose specificities concerning this two ways of communicating:
		
	 
	Human language evolves and diversifies over time, and the history of their evolution can be reconstructed by comparing modern languages to determine which traits their ancestral languages must have had in order for the later developmental stages to occur.
	 
	Animals master their language in a way that they can create different ways of expressing their feelings and emotions.
	
	Human language is unique in comparison to other forms of communication, such as those used by non-human animals.
	
	Communication systems used by other animals such as bees or non-human apes are closed systems that consist of a closed number of possible things that can be expressed.
	
	Human language is open-ended and productive, meaning that it allows humans to produce an infinite set of utterances from a finite set of elements and to create new words and sentences.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603928404
		
	
	 7a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Words are ____________________ because there is no natural resemblance between the forms of linguistic signs and their meaning.
		
	 
	arbitrary
	
	consistant
	
	logical
	
	reasonable
	
	sound
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559883
		
	
	 8a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Choose the CORRECT alternative:
		
	 
	The dramatic genre is presented on a stage, where actors don¿t give concrete form to characters.
	
	The dramatic genre is not presented on a stage, where actors give concrete form to characters.
	 
	The dramatic genre is presented on a stage, where actors give concrete form to characters.
	
	The dramatic genre is presented on a stage, where actors give concrete form to feelings.
	
	The dramatic genre is presented on a stage, where actors give abstract form to characters.
	1a Questão
	
	
	
	It would be hard to imagine how to accomplish most of the things we do, even in a single day, without ---------------------.
		
	
	poetry
	 
	language
	
	style
	
	a car
	
	literature
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559824
		
	
	 2a Questão
	
	
	
	
	It¿s not a simple task to make a clear distinction between non-literary and literary texts because:
		
	 
	they¿re not mutually exclusive texts, because they are the same thing.
	
	they¿re not mutually exclusive texts, and specially dependent
	
	they¿re not mutually exclusive texts, but rather dependent
	 
	they¿re not mutually exclusive texts, but rather interdependent.
	
	they¿ re mutually exclusive texts, but rather interdependent
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559822
		
	
	 3a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Em relação à importância da literatura para o desenvolvimento do ser humano, podemos dizer que:
		
	 
	a literatura amplia os horizontes do o raciocínio humano, pois a cada leitor uma visão ampla da realidade que o circunda a partir do diálogo com as situações apresentadas no texto.
	
	a literatura deforma o raciocínio humano, pois o aliena em relação à realidade.
	
	a literatura deforma o reciocínio humano, pois é incapaz de revelar um diálogo com a realidade.
	
	a literatura deforma o raciocínio humano, pois o normalmente trabalha com o reforço de idéias preconceituosas.
	
	a literatura deforma o raciocínio humano, pois permite unicamente que se constitua uma visão pessoal sobre a realidade..
	
	 
	Ref.: 201604016739
		
	
	 4a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Mark the option which does not present a non literary text:
		
	 
	Novels
	
	Editorials
	
	Brochures
	 
	Textbooks
	
	Reports
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559825
		
	
	 5a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Literary texts usually present the following characteristics, EXCEPT:
		
	 
	Estruturas gramaticais singulares;
	
	Conotação poética evidenciada;
	
	Criatividade acentuada;
	
	Subjetividade predominante;
	 
	Objetividade e foco na informação
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603552317
		
	
	 6a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Having in minde the concept and the characteristics of language, choose the statement that is corretc in relation to it:
		
	
	Languages does not evolve and diversify over time, and the history of their evolution can not be reconstructed by comparing modern languages to determine which traits their modern languages must have had in order for the later developmental stages to occur.
	
	Languages evolve and diversify over a certain period of time, and the history of their evolution can be reconstructed by comparing ancient languages to determine which traits their ancestral languages must have had in order for the later developmental stages to stop.
	
	Languages evolve and diversify over time, and the history of their evolution can not be reconstructed by comparing modern languages to determine which traits their ancestral languages must have had in order for the later developmental stages to occur.
	 
	Languages evolve and diversify over time, and the history of their evolution can be reconstructed by comparing modern languages to determine which traits their ancestral languages must have had in order for the later developmental stages to occur.
	
	Languages evolve and diversify over time, and the history of their evolution can be reconstructed by eliminating modern languages to determine which traits their modern languages must have had in order for the later developmental stages to occur.
	1a Questão
	
	
	
	Which set of the words best completes the text? ...... literature is ´mimetic´, that is to say, re-presents '________________', 'nature', or 'the way things are'. It portrays moral and other ______________________ in a compelling, concrete, immediately felt way through its ________________ devices and powers, yet allows as well for reflection, for a theorizing or reconsideration of the experiences evoked, as we are both 'experiencing' the _____________ evoked and are separated from it.
		
	
	world - experiences - aesthetic - reality
	 
	reality - experiences - aesthetic - world
	
	aesthetic - experiences - reality - world
	 
	reality - experiences - world - aesthetic
	
	esperiences - reality - world - aesthetic
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559839
		
	
	 2a Questão
	
	
	
	
	According to Plato, the world of the forms can be seen as
		
	
	The world of the forms, on the other hand, is the real world to Plato. The philosopher argued that unlike material things, the forms are imperfect.
	 
	The world of the forms, on the other hand, is the imaginary world to Plato. The philosopher argued that unlike material things, the forms are eternal and unchanging. Therefore, he considered this world absolute and perfect.
	 
	The world of the forms, on the other hand, is the real world to Plato. The philosopher argued that unlike material things, the forms are eternal and unchanging. Therefore, he considered this world absolute and perfect.
	
	The world of the forms, on the other hand, is the real worldto Plato. The philosopher argued that unlike material things, the forms are not eternal and unchanging. Therefore, he considered this world absolute and perfect.
	
	The world of the forms, on the other hand, is the real world to Plato. The philosopher argued that unlike material things, the forms are eternal and always changing. Therefore, he considered this world absolute and imperfect.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603928432
		
	
	 3a Questão
	
	
	
	
	In literary terms, ____________________ is the appearance of being true or real.
		
	
	credibility
	
	likeness
	
	realism
	
	semblance
	 
	verisimilitude
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603928443
		
	
	 4a Questão
	
	
	
	
	In his famous book _____________________, Plato conceives artists, in general, as mere imitators of the world of appearances and opinions. The philosopher¿s assumptions about truth, goodness and knowledge directly affected his ideas regarding the value of art.
		
	 
	Poetics
	
	Eudemian Ethics
	
	Rhetoric
	 
	The Republic
	
	The Prince
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603928429
		
	
	 5a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Art attempts to imitate human action, not specific individuals. The literary artist seeks to portray accurately the general actions of human life (happiness, misery) within the confines of a consciously constructed sequence of particular events and characters. - Whose thoughts are these?
		
	
	Hippocrates´
	
	Plato´s
	
	Sophocles´
	 
	Socrates´
	 
	Aristotle ´s
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559836
		
	
	 6a Questão
	
	
	
	
	According to Plato, the sensible word can be seen as
		
	
	The sensible world, also known as the world of appearances, is the one we can perceive through our senses. Since our senses are imperfect and general, Plato believed the sensible world was a deceptive imitation of a corresponding imperfect world.
	
	The sensible world, also known as the world of appearances, is the one we can perceive through our senses. Since our senses are perfect and particular, Plato believed the sensible world was a perfect imitation of a corresponding perfect world.
	 
	The sensible world, also known as the world of appearances, is the one we can perceive through our senses. Since our senses are imperfect and particular, Plato believed the sensible world was a deceptive imitation of a corresponding perfect world.
	 
	The sensible world, also known as the world of solidity, is the one we can perceive through our senses. Since our senses are imperfect and particular, Plato believed the sensible world was a deceptive imitation of a corresponding perfect world.
	
	The real world, also known as the world of appearances, is the one we can perceive through our senses. Since our senses are imperfect and particular, Plato believed the sensible world was a deceptive imitation of a corresponding perfect world.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559844
		
	
	 7a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Choose the alternative that is not correct in relation to Plato's conceptions of art:
		
	
	Plato truly believed that art had a negative effect on the audience due to the fact that the emotion caused by a work of art would lead to a perfect understanding of the truth.
	 
	Plato truly believed that art had a negative effect on the audience due to the fact that the emotion caused by a work of art would hinder a person¿s understanding of the truth.
	 
	Plato truly believed that art had a positive effect on the audience due to the fact that the emotion caused by a work of art would hinder a person¿s understanding of the truth.
	
	Plato truly believed that art had a negative effect on the audience due to the fact that the emotion caused by a work of art would not hinder a person¿s understanding of the truth.
	
	Plato truly believed that art had a negative effect on the audience due to the fact that the emotion caused by a work of art would improve a person¿s understanding of the truth.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559840
		
	
	 8a Questão
	
	
	
	
	In his famous book The Republic, Plato conceives artists, in general, as
		
	
	as mere conceivers of the world of appearances and opinions.
	 
	as mere imitators of the world of imagination and opinions.
	
	as creators of the world of appearances concepts.
	 
	as mere imitators of the world of appearances and opinions.
	
	as important thinkers of the world of appearances and opinions.
	1a Questão
	
	
	
	In his famous book The Republic, Plato conceives artists, in general, as
		
	
	as mere conceivers of the world of appearances and opinions.
	 
	as creators of the world of appearances concepts.
	 
	as mere imitators of the world of appearances and opinions.
	
	as important thinkers of the world of appearances and opinions.
	
	as mere imitators of the world of imagination and opinions.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603928443
		
	
	 2a Questão
	
	
	
	
	In his famous book _____________________, Plato conceives artists, in general, as mere imitators of the world of appearances and opinions. The philosopher¿s assumptions about truth, goodness and knowledge directly affected his ideas regarding the value of art.
		
	
	Poetics
	
	The Prince
	 
	Rhetoric
	
	Eudemian Ethics
	 
	The Republic
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559836
		
	
	 3a Questão
	
	
	
	
	According to Plato, the sensible word can be seen as
		
	
	The sensible world, also known as the world of appearances, is the one we can perceive through our senses. Since our senses are imperfect and general, Plato believed the sensible world was a deceptive imitation of a corresponding imperfect world.
	
	The sensible world, also known as the world of solidity, is the one we can perceive through our senses. Since our senses are imperfect and particular, Plato believed the sensible world was a deceptive imitation of a corresponding perfect world.
	
	The sensible world, also known as the world of appearances, is the one we can perceive through our senses. Since our senses are perfect and particular, Plato believed the sensible world was a perfect imitation of a corresponding perfect world.
	 
	The real world, also known as the world of appearances, is the one we can perceive through our senses. Since our senses are imperfect and particular, Plato believed the sensible world was a deceptive imitation of a corresponding perfect world.
	 
	The sensible world, also known as the world of appearances, is the one we can perceive through our senses. Since our senses are imperfect and particular, Plato believed the sensible world was a deceptive imitation of a corresponding perfect world.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603928432
		
	
	 4a Questão
	
	
	
	
	In literary terms, ____________________ is the appearance of being true or real.
		
	 
	semblance
	
	credibility
	
	likeness
	
	realism
	 
	verisimilitude
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559844
		
	
	 5a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Choose the alternative that is not correct in relation to Plato's conceptions of art:
		
	
	Plato truly believed that art had a negative effect on the audience due to the fact that the emotion caused by a work of art would lead to a perfect understanding of the truth.
	
	Plato truly believed that art had a negative effect on the audience due to the fact that the emotion caused by a work of art would not hinder a person¿s understanding of the truth.
	
	Plato truly believed that art had a negative effect on the audience due to the fact that the emotion caused by a work of art would improve a person¿sunderstanding of the truth.
	 
	Plato truly believed that art had a negative effect on the audience due to the fact that the emotion caused by a work of art would hinder a person¿s understanding of the truth.
	
	Plato truly believed that art had a positive effect on the audience due to the fact that the emotion caused by a work of art would hinder a person¿s understanding of the truth.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559839
		
	
	 6a Questão
	
	
	
	
	According to Plato, the world of the forms can be seen as
		
	 
	The world of the forms, on the other hand, is the real world to Plato. The philosopher argued that unlike material things, the forms are not eternal and unchanging. Therefore, he considered this world absolute and perfect.
	
	The world of the forms, on the other hand, is the real world to Plato. The philosopher argued that unlike material things, the forms are imperfect.
	
	The world of the forms, on the other hand, is the real world to Plato. The philosopher argued that unlike material things, the forms are eternal and always changing. Therefore, he considered this world absolute and imperfect.
	 
	The world of the forms, on the other hand, is the real world to Plato. The philosopher argued that unlike material things, the forms are eternal and unchanging. Therefore, he considered this world absolute and perfect.
	
	The world of the forms, on the other hand, is the imaginary world to Plato. The philosopher argued that unlike material things, the forms are eternal and unchanging. Therefore, he considered this world absolute and perfect.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603928429
		
	
	 7a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Art attempts to imitate human action, not specific individuals. The literary artist seeks to portray accurately the general actions of human life (happiness, misery) within the confines of a consciously constructed sequence of particular events and characters. - Whose thoughts are these?
		
	 
	Aristotle ´s
	
	Plato´s
	
	Hippocrates´
	
	Sophocles´
	 
	Socrates´
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603928422
		
	
	 8a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Which set of the words best completes the text? ...... literature is ´mimetic´, that is to say, re-presents '________________', 'nature', or 'the way things are'. It portrays moral and other ______________________ in a compelling, concrete, immediately felt way through its ________________ devices and powers, yet allows as well for reflection, for a theorizing or reconsideration of the experiences evoked, as we are both 'experiencing' the _____________ evoked and are separated from it.
		
	
	aesthetic - experiences - reality - world
	 
	reality - experiences - world - aesthetic
	
	world - experiences - aesthetic - reality
	 
	reality - experiences - aesthetic - world
	
	esperiences - reality - world - aesthetic
	1a 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
		
	
	There is only one level of meaning;
	
	It is direct and specialized
	 
	The sentences are simple, literal
	
	Most of the vocabulary is familiar
	 
	It is totally marked by subjectivity
	
	 
	Ref.: 201604016776
		
	
	 2a Questão
	
	
	
	
	In -------------------, Joyce suggests that the experience of frustrated desire for love and new experiences is common to most people.
		
	 
	Diamonds
	
	Desire
	 
	Araby
	
	Hamlet
	
	The prince and the pauper
	
	 
	Ref.: 201604030871
		
	
	 3a 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.
		
	
	rural
	 
	familiar
	
	logical
	
	urban
	 
	romantic
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559853
		
	
	 4a 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 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.
	 
	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 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.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559855
		
	
	 5a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Below you have the following major traits that contribute to the uniqueness of the literary language, EXCEPT for
		
	
	Complexidade;
	
	Predomínio da conotação;
	 
	Respeito incondicional ao significado literal das palavras
	
	Multissignificação;
	
	Liberdade na criação;
	
	 
	Ref.: 201604026052
		
	
	 6a 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.
		
	 
	complexity
	 
	simplicity
	
	organization
	
	features
	
	functionality
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559864
		
	
	 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 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
	 
	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
	1a Questão
	
	
	
	Complete the following statement: Literature ______________.
		
	
	is not communication and an interaction tool. This is due to the fact that literature enables people to transmit not only their knowledge, but also their culture.
	 
	is a communication and an interaction tool. This is due to the fact that literature enables people to transmit not only their knowledge, but also their culture.
	
	is a communicationbut not an interaction tool. This is due to the fact that literature enables people to transmit not only their knowledge, but also their culture.
	 
	is a communication and an interaction tool. This is due to the fact that literature does not enable people to transmit not only their knowledge, but also their culture.
	
	is a communication and an interaction tool. This is due to the fact that literature enables people to transmit not only their knowledge, but not their culture.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603928479
		
	
	 2a Questão
	
	
	
	
	All sentences below refer to the characteristics of the literary discourse BUT:
		
	
	Figurative language, such as metaphor, is used
	 
	Several levels of meaning, which are difficult to identify at first
	
	Assumed personal experience and/or cultural knowledge
	
	Complex sentences, which contain lots of details
	 
	All sentences are literal
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603928524
		
	
	 3a Questão
	
	
	
	
	In his poetics, Aristotle defines drama as being made up of all below BUT....
		
	
	melody
	 
	dialogue with the author
	
	characters
	
	plot
	
	spectacle
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603928499
		
	
	 4a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Read the text and answer the question: ---Genetically modified (GM) crops that exterminate pests feeding on them are no longer uncommon. One of the latest is a strain of corn genetically engineered to disrupt the expression of certain genes in the corn rootworm - a pest that devastate this important crop. This is the first time that the technique known as RNA interference has proven effective through the ingestion of RNA rather than through its injection into pests. Compared to the insect-resistant transgenic plants that produce the Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) toxin, the new strain of corn is much more specific in that it targets genes only found in a small number of species. As regards the risk to humans, the companies promoting the new crop make the dubious claim that there is no cause for concern since the RNA is broken down in the normal process of human digestion. At the very least, there is the concern about a repetition of the unpleasant allergic reactions caused by some earlier GM varieties. ---- (source: fullspate.digitalcounterrevolution.co.uk/ecpe-reading-test-4.html) In the opinion of the author, the companies marketing the new corn ....
		
	 
	may have made a misleading statement.
	
	hold the key to solving the problem of hunger.
	
	are using a pesticide over wider areas
	
	have been unfairly targetted by anti-GM campaigners.
	
	are ignorant of alternative pest management techniques.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603928523
		
	
	 5a Questão
	
	
	
	
	The literary term ´lyric´comes from the Greek word ´lyrikos´, which means ....
		
	
	talking to the lyre
	
	making the lyre
	 
	writing to the lyre
	 
	singing to the lyre
	
	playing the lyre
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559878
		
	
	 6a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Read all the alternatives and choose the one that is WRONG:
		
	
	We can conclude that the lyric genre refers to the poet¿s subjective expression, that is, his view of the world, his joy, his pain, his self-awareness and we can also conclude that he is a loner.
	 
	We can conclude that the lyric genre refers to the poet¿s subjective expression, that is, his view of the world, his joy, his pain, his self-awareness.
	
	The lyric poet is a loner, whose primary interest is in his own inner world. The external world is just an excuse for him to express what is going on inside his mind.
	
	The modern poet is well aware that his view of the world is biased and fragmented.
	 
	The modern poet is well aware that his view of the world is biased and fragmented just like the traditional poet that believes that his view is reliable and totally correct
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603928516
		
	
	 7a Questão
	
	
	
	
	The word ´genre´arrived in English coming from:
		
	 
	Old French
	 
	Old Deutch
	
	Old German
	
	Old Spanish
	
	Old Portuguese
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559876
		
	
	 8a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Think about the term lyric and choose the INCORRECT alternative
		
	
	This association between word and song has given rise to the sung poetry, which remained a tradition in classical Greece until the Renaissance.
	
	Over the years, the term lyric¿hasbeenassociatedwithpoetryanditcomesomthelat∈wordlyricus.
	 
	The word lyric¿doescomesomtheLat∈wordlyricuswhichmeansof or for the lyre¿, and from the Greek word lyrikos, which means for≥t∈gthelyre¿.
	 
	a) Over the years, the term lyric¿hasbeenassociatedwithpoetry.
	
	According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, the word lyric¿comesomtheLat∈wordlyricuswhichmeansof or for the lyre¿, and from the Greek word lyrikos, which means s∈g∈g→thelyre¿.
	1a Questão
	
	
	
	Mark the only option which does not describe The Epic:
		
	
	The hero¿s courage and determination
	
	Distribution of food
	 
	Moral ideas
	
	Distribution of wealth
	 
	Material significance to historical events
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559892
		
	
	 2a Questão
	
	
	
	
	The Epic can be defined as, according to Abrams (1988),
		
	 
	[A long non-stanzaic] poem on a great and serious subject, told in an elevated style, and centered on a heroic or quasi-divine figure on whose actions depends the fate of a tribe, a nation, or the human race.
	
	[A long non-stanzaic] poem on a great and serious subject, told in an elevated style, and centered on a heroic or quasi-divine figure on whose actions depends his own success, a nation, not the human race.
	
	[A long non-stanzaic] poem on a great and serious subject, told in an elevated style, and centered on apathetic individual that is not quasi-divine figure on whose actions depends the fate of a tribe, a nation, or the human race.
	 
	[A long non-stanzaic] poem on a great and comic subject, told in an elevated style, and centered on a heroic or quasi-divine figure on whose actions depends the fate of a tribe, a nation, or the human race.
	
	[A short non-stanzaic] poem on a great and serious subject, told in an elevated style, and centered on a heroic or quasi-divine figure on whose actions depends the fate of a tribe, a nation, or the human race.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201604016781
		
	
	 3a Questão
	
	
	
	
	The Epic was indeed very lengthy, and this characteristic was due to the fact that the lengthier the poem, the more it reflected the ----------of the subject it dealt with.
		
	
	loniless
	
	tenderness
	
	simplicity
	
	loudness
	 
	magnitude
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559898
		
	
	 4a Questão
	
	
	
	
	The Epic is basically concerned with:
		
	 
	Moral ideals(e.g. sex, war and violence, the distribution of wealth, food and alcohol etc) and giving spiritual significance to historical events (that is, the hero¿s courage and determination, as well as the triumph of his people is divinely ordained.)
	
	Moral ideals(e.g. sex, war and violence, the distribution of wealth, food and alcohol etc) and giving spiritual significance to historical events (that is, the hero¿s cowardice , as well as the failure of his people is divinely ordained.)
	
	Moral ideals(e.g. sex, war and violence, the distribution of wealth, food and alcohol etc) and giving spiritual significance to regular events (that is, the hero¿s courage and determination, as well as the triumph of his people is divinely ordained.)
	
	Immoral ideals(e.g. sex, war and violence,the distribution of wealth, food and alcohol etc) and giving spiritual significance to historical events (that is, the hero¿s courage and determination, as well as the triumph of his people is divinely ordained.)
	
	Moral ideals(e.g. sex, war and violence, the distribution of wealth, food and alcohol etc) and giving material significance to historical events (that is, the hero¿s courage and determination, as well as the triumph of his people is divinely ordained.)
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603928534
		
	
	 5a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Originally, this epic genre was presented as an oral narrative, which involved the unity of three elements, being.....
		
	 
	the author, the work, and the audience.
	
	the set, the work, and the audience.
	
	the author, the work, and the melody.
	
	the author, the set, and the audience.
	
	the work, the melody, and the audience.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559895
		
	
	 6a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Which alternative DOES NOT represent the characteristics of the classical Epic poem
		
	
	Epics are written in an elevated language;
	
	Epics are lengthy;
	
	Epics are written in third person.
	 
	Epics have to do with ordinary funny sirtuations
	
	In every Epic there is a highly valuable heroe
	
	 
	Ref.: 201604030874
		
	
	 7a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Originally, the Epic genre was presented as a (n) -------- narrative, which involved the unity of author, the work, and the audience.
		
	
	written
	 
	oral
	
	special
	
	modern
	
	local
	1a Questão
	
	
	
	Choose the CORRECT alternative:
		
	
	The Epic poem did not concern everyday affairs or common people. Instead, it treated serious affairs and described mainly the defects of heroes and deities.
	 
	The Epic poem did not concern everyday affairs or common people. Instead, it treated serious affairs and described the high qualities of heroes and deities.
	
	The Epic poem is concerned with everyday affairs or common people. Instead, it treated serious affairs and described the high qualities of heroes and deities.
	 
	The Epic poem was not written in an elevated or dignified language, in order to reflect the importance of its subject material.
	
	The Epic poem was written in an popular or ordinary language, in order to reflect the importance of its subject material.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559852
		
	
	 2a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Choose the alternative that is CORRECT:
		
	
	Literature is about life, and as such, it engages readers in an intricate and elaborate set of emotional, intellectual and social considerations. It does so by using language, images and symbols, among others, in a complex and subtle form. Literature represents society, people, and the world, and the more literature we read, the less open we are to its effects.
	 
	Literature is about life, and as such, it engages readers in an intricate and elaborate set of emotional, intellectual and social considerations. It does so by using language, images and symbols, among others, in a complex and subtle form. Literature represents society, people, and the world, and the more literature we read, the more open we are to its effects.
	
	Literature is not about life, and as such, it engages readers in an intricate and elaborate set of emotional, intellectual and social considerations. It does so by using language, images and symbols, among others, in a complex and subtle form. Literature represents society, people, and the world, and the more literature we read, the more open we are to its effects.
	
	Literature is about life, and as such, it engages readers in an intricate and elaborate set of emotional, intellectual and social considerations. It does so by using language, images and symbols, among others, in a simple and obvious shallow form. Literature represents society, people, and the world, and the more literature we read, the more open we are to its effects.
	
	Literature is about life, and as such, however it does not engages readers in an intricate and elaborate set of emotional, intellectual and social considerations. It does so by using language, images and symbols, among others, in a complex and subtle form. Literature represents society, people, and the world, and the more literature we read, the more open we are to its effects.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559846
		
	
	 3a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Unlike Plato, Aristotle saw art
		
	
	Merely as an imitation of reality, but as an imitation of the essences (what could be).
	
	d) not only as an imitation of dreams , but as an imitation of the essences (what could be).
	
	not only as an imitation of reality, but as an imitation of the concrete reality (what could be).
	 
	not only as an imitation of reality, but as an imitation of the essences (what could be).
	
	only as an imitation of reality and never as an imitation of the essences (what could be).
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559848
		
	
	 4a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Choose the alternative in relation to Aristotle¿s perspective of the work of art
		
	 
	He did not believed that a work of art would be similar to reality and, at the same time, it would distance itself from this same reality.
	 
	He believed that a work of art would be similar to reality and, at the same time, it would distance itself from this same reality.
	
	He believed that a work of art would be similar to reality and, at the same time, it would not distance itself from this same reality.
	
	He believed that a work of art would not be similar to reality and, at the same time, it would distance itself from this same reality.
	
	He believed that a work of art would be different from reality and, at the same time, it would distance itself from this same reality.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559887
		
	
	 5a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Choose the CORRECT alternative:
		
	
	The strength of the dramatic genre relies on the fact that there is someone to present the events as they happen, that is, there¿s no narrator.
	
	The strength of the dramatic genre relies on the fact that there is no one to present the events as they happen, that is, there¿s a narrator.
	 
	The strength of the dramatic genre does not rely on the fact that there is no one to present the events as they happen, that is, there¿s no narrator.
	
	The strength of the dramatic genre relies on the fact that there is someone to present the events as they happen, that is, although it is the narrator
	 
	The strength of the dramatic genre relies on the fact that there is no one to present the events as they happen, that is, there¿s no narrator.
	
	 
	Ref.: 201603559829
		
	
	 6a Questão
	
	
	
	
	Literature occupies a prominent place among all the other forms of art manifestations because:
		
	
	It makes possible to transfer the essence of facts to other generations in a very unique way.
	
	It cannot It makes possible to transfer the essence of being human to other generations in a very unique way..
	
	It makes impossible to transfer the essence of being human to other generations in a very unique way.
	 
	It makes possible to transfer the essence of being human to other generations in a very unique way and it makes possible to transfer the essence of being human to other generations in a very unique way.
	
	It can transform our way of understanding science, and, therefore, transform us.