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Question 1: To take another example from Dostoevsky's work, the narrator of ________ is not an active participant in the story, but nevertheless presents a clear perspective on the events concerned therein.
The Possessed (novel)The Brothers KaramazovCrime and PunishmentFyodor Dostoyevsky

Question 2: For instance, in Dostoevsky's novel, ________ (generally considered to be the first existentialist novel), the narrator ought not to be conflated with Dostoevsky himself, despite the fact that Dostoevsky and his narrator may or may not have shared much in common.
Fyodor DostoyevskyCrime and PunishmentNotes from UndergroundThe Brothers Karamazov

Question 3: This is an Italian word that derives from the ________ for "mask" or "character", derived from the Etruscan word "phersu", with the same meaning.
Roman EmpireVulgar LatinLatinOld Latin

Question 4: In this sense, the persona is basically a mouthpiece for a particular ________.
CausalityPhilosophyTruthWorld view

Question 5: Another example of a vague or undefined relationship between narrator, protagonist, and persons; a preeminent example in the ________ can be found in James Joyce's novel, Ulysses.
South AfricaCanadaAmerican EnglishEnglish language

Question 6: [1] It may appear in dreams under various guises (see ________ and his psychology).
Analytical psychologySigmund FreudJungian archetypesCarl Jung

Question 7: A persona, in the word's everyday usage, is a social role or a character played by an ________.
ActorActingDramaTheatre

Question 8: For more details see ________.
Interaction designAlan CooperPersona (marketing)Industrial design
















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