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an idea or concept is a symbol #1 (permalink) Wed Sep 22, 2010 17:01 pm   an idea or concept is a symbol
 

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ESL/EFL Test #269 "Literary Terms (1)", question 10

In a story, a person, place or thing that stands for or represents an idea or concept is a ..........

(a) symbol
(b) setting
(c) plot

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ESL/EFL Test #269 "Literary Terms (1)", answer 10

In a story, a person, place or thing that stands for or represents an idea or concept is a symbol.

Correct answer: (a) symbol
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The symbol stands for represents an idea or concept.
For exp:
The cross is the symbol of Christianity.
The lion is the symbol of courage.
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