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Reviews of the AP examination structure and scoring
Hints for tackling the essay questions
Proven techniques for answering multiple-choice questions
Part I: research of examination Areas
Section I: Multiple-choice questions
Section II: Essay questions
Definitions of phrases utilized in the exam
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His father never really forgave him for this undutiful stupidity. “We could have got on without him,” he used to say later on, “but there’s the business. ” His mother wept very much after his disappearance. As it had never occurred to him to leave word behind, he was mourned over for dead till, after eight months, his first letter arrived from Talcahuano. ” But evidently, in the writer’s mind, the only important intelligence was to the effect that his captain had, on the very day of writing, entered him regularly on the ship’s articles as Ordinary Seaman.
B. The passage does not use the art-science contrast. In fact, modern leisure is said to be interested in both art museums and microscopes, while old Leisure would be indifferent to both. 14. E. All three of these ideas are implied. The author sees the charm as well as the limita- tions of old Leisure and warns against complacency in the paragraph. 15. A. The best choice here is A, though it is not the whole story. Sometimes you have to se- lect an imperfect answer because the other four are inferior or outrightly wrong.
Maids at the wheel . . / Sit blithe and happy” (lines 4–5) 34 11. From the poem, the reader may infer all of the following about the speaker EXCEPT that he A. feels deep compassion for the nuns B. sometimes finds liberty onerous C. respects literary conventions D. finds conventional verse forms congenial to his talent E. has written a number of sonnets 12. The rhyme scheme of this poem is especially appropriate because I. lines 1–8 employ the traditional abba, abba, of the Italian sonnet II. it is restricted to only four rhymes in the 14 lines III.
CliffsNotes AP English Literature and Composition (3rd Edition) by Allan Casson