Question QFB1 : A good novel, a good play and a good poem are all products of ____.
Question QFB2 : An _____ written novel is an uncleared bush, full of brambles and undergrowths and wet, rotten leaves-strewn ground.
Question QFB3 : Those technical details and the manner in which a writer set about creative writing is called are the _____ of writing.
Question QFB4 : A creative writer as an architect, a cook, and farmer knows the concrete names of things in the environment and must bring them to life, give them their correct, living names, and put them in an order, through an_____.
Question QFB5 : An _____ may help the writer to grasp and grab ideas, and stick to them.
Question QFB6 : The setting of a story could be visual or ______ .
Question QFB7 : “…The sky had gone black at sunset, and the storm had churned inland from the Gulf and drenched New Iberia and littered East Main with leaves and tree branches from the long canopy of oaks that covered the street from the old brick Post Office to the drawbridge over Bayon Teche at the edge of the town.” This setting is an appeal to the sense of _____.
Question QFB8 : The ____ helps in giving a story an order and structure.
Question QFB9 : The “pestle” and “mortar” are as useful in pounding yam as the writer needs some _____ to for writing.
Question QFB10 : _____ is the dramatic disagreement or the tug and pull of opposites.
Question QFB11 : The grammatical difference in (i) “Freddy and Myra carried the body out of the kitchen…” and (ii) “The body was carried from the kitchen by Freddy and Myra…” is that (i) is constructed in ___________ voice.
Question QFB12 : The ______ are the personages of action in the story.
Question QFB13 : ______ is produced through stressed or unstressed syllables that are patterned in metre.
Question QFB14 : Characters whose resemblance to any living person here is purely coincidental and unintended are _____ characters.
Question QFB15 : _____ are built, developed and are not still-pictures but mobile and dynamic in their actions and words.
Question QFB16 : ______is the projection of a viable format for the play.
Question QFB17 : A good _____ gives the audience an idea of what the play is all about.
Question QFB18 : ____ co