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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.
	
	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.
		
	
	
	 4a Questão (Ref.: 201301644844)
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	In literary terms, ____________________ is the appearance of being true or real.
		
	
	credibility
	 
	verisimilitude
	
	semblance
	
	realism
	
	likeness
		 Gabarito Comentado.
	
	
	 5a Questão (Ref.: 201301644935)
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	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
		 Gabarito Comentado.
	
	
	 6a Questão (Ref.: 201301644841)
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	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?
		
	
	Sophocles´
	
	Hippocrates´
	 
	Aristotle ´s
	
	Socrates´
	 
	Plato´s
		
	
	
	 7a Questão (Ref.: 201301276252)
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	In his famous book The Republic, Plato conceives artists, in general, as
		
	
	as important thinkers of the world of appearances and opinions.
	
	as mere imitators of the world of imagination and opinions.
	 
	as mere imitators of the world of appearances and opinions.
	
	as creators of the world of appearances concepts.
	
	as mere conceivers of the world of appearances and opinions.
		
	
	
	 8a Questão (Ref.: 201301644855)
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	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.
		
	 
	The Republic
	
	Poetics
	
	The Prince
	
	Rhetoric
	
	Eudemian Ethics
		
	
	
	 9a Questão (Ref.: 201301276270)
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	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
	 
	It is totally marked by subjectivity
	
	It is direct and specialized
	
	There is only one level of meaning;
	
	The sentences are simple, literal
		
	
	
	 10a Questão (Ref.: 201301276276)
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	Choose the alternative that refer to literary text
		
	 
	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 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 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 equally by theorists, literary texts are works of literature that convey a message
	
	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
	1a Questão (Ref.: 201301644929)
	
	Define the term ´literary genre´.
		
	
Sua Resposta: DD
	
Compare com a sua resposta: A literary genre refers to a category of literary composition meant to describe the distinctive style, technique, tone, length, and content of specific literary works.
		
	
	
	 2a Questão (Ref.: 201301276365)
	
	Do you agree with the following statement: The lyric genre refers to the poet¿s objective expression, that is, his view of the world, his joy, his pain, his self-awareness. In fact, the lyric poet only exists in the confusion of reality, whose primary interest is in the outside world. The external world is just an excuse for him to express what is going on inside his mind. Justify your position.
		
	
Sua Resposta: SD
	
Compare com a sua resposta: The lyric genre refers to the poet¿s subjective expression, that is, his view of the world, his joy, his pain, his self-awareness. In fact, 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.
		
	
	
	 3a Questão (Ref.: 201301644928)
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	The word ´genre´arrived in English coming from:
		
	
	Old German
	 
	Old French
	
	Old Deutch
	
	Old Spanish
	
	Old Portuguese
		
	
	
	 4a Questão (Ref.: 201301276267)
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	Below you have the following major traits that contribute to the uniqueness of the literary language, EXCEPT for
		
	
	Multissignificação;
	
	Complexidade;
	
	Liberdade na criação;
	 
	Respeito incondicional ao significado literal das palavras
	
	Predomínio da conotação;
		
	
	
	 5a Questão (Ref.: 201301644844)
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	In literary terms, ____________________ is the appearance of being true or real.
		
	
	credibility
	 
	verisimilitude
	
	realism
	
	likeness
	
	semblance
		 Gabarito Comentado.
	
	
	 6a Questão (Ref.: 201301276248)
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	According to Plato, the sensible word can be seen as
		
	
	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 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 general, Plato believed the sensible world was a deceptive imitation of a corresponding imperfect 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