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Question 1: For example, in Euripides' play Alcestis, the ________ heroine agrees to give up her own life to Death in exchange for sparing the life of her husband, Admetus.
EponymScientific phenomena named after peopleDoriansJulius Caesar

Question 2: In Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Harry believes there is a magical stone in ________ with special powers.
Magical creatures (Harry Potter)Harry Potter universeHogwartsHogwarts staff

Question 3: Most of the devices given to ________ by Q fall into this category.
00 AgentJames Bond (character)James BondBond girl

Question 4: The first person known to have criticized the device was ________ in his Poetics, where he argued that the resolution of a plot must arise internally, following from previous action of the play.
EmpiricismAristotlePlatoBertrand Russell

Question 5: The One Ring from ________'s novel, The Lord of the Rings has been labeled a plot device, since the quest to destroy it drives the entire plot of the novel.
J. R. R. TolkienBeowulf: The Monsters and the CriticsJ. R. R. Tolkien's influencesThe Hobbit

Question 6: ________ needs this stone to bring back his body, and Harry looks for the stone first to prevent Voldemort's return.
Harry Potter (character)Albus DumbledoreLord VoldemortDeath Eater

Question 7: In the ________ film series, Jones is always on the hunt for some mystical artifact.
Indiana JonesIndiana Jones and the Last CrusadeThe Young Indiana Jones ChroniclesIndiana Jones (franchise)

Question 8: In Raiders of the Lost Ark, he's trying to retrieve the ________; in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Jones is on a search for the Holy Grail.
TabernacleArk of the CovenantIndiana Jones (franchise)Solomon's Temple

Question 9: The Greek tragedian ________ is notorious for using this plot device as a means to resolve a hopeless situation.
AristophanesSophoclesAncient GreeceEuripides

Question 10: In the end, though, ________ shows up and seizes Alcestis from Death, restoring her to life and freeing Admetus from the promises.
HeraclesApolloTrojan WarGreek mythology







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