Looking for something other than what he has. Conquers evil.
Outsider, alien, criminal
assumes blame for society's ills
dark part of subconscious
Nora's sweet tooth, money, calling her pet names
King. Humble. Married to Guinevere. In love with Merlin.
Gayest character to ever exist. In love with Arthur and Guinevere. Has issues. Probably dropped on his head as a child.
Whore. Queen. Cheated on Arthur.
Cool whore. Queen.
In love with Arthur. BFFs with Arthur. Magician.
Search for the holy grail
Death and Rebirth
Here lies arthur
Guinevere is unfaithful with supergay lancelot
Sword in the stone
Elements of a successful research paper
Strong intro, THESIS THESIS, THESIS, citations and credits, organized thoughts, transitions
Purpose of a successful research paper
independent study, organization skills
To summarize something in your own words
exact line with quotation marks
Condensed version of a work, describing in a short paragraph what the work is
Sources to avoid
Wikipedia and any other source that anyone can edit or sources without a credible author or just look shady in general
Taking someone's words and calling it your own with no credit
To give credits to direct quotes, pictures, paraphrased ideas, etc.
Anchoring/analyzing a quote
analyze the content of the quote, why it's important, what does it stand for. Anchor a quote using correct citations and lead ins.
Newspapers, editorials, books, articles, websites, blogs, videos
Not indenting the first sentence but indenting everything after that
Briefly identifying the sources of information you have borrowed when writing a paper
use reverse indentation, alphabetical. The author's name, book title, and publication information
Parathetical reference/internal citations
for a wedding
Why was midsummer originally written?
common motif in midsummer?
dramatic literary work that makes fun of serious work
when the audience knows something that the characters do not
irony that you can see with your eyes-like pictures in everyday life
when a situation comes out opposite of what was expected
"oh! let me be the lion!" = ?
not put into rhythmic structure like poems
unrhyming poetry that happens in a group of five accents, each having stressed and unstressed syllables
lotf common sense, civility, reasonable thinking
lotf christ figure
lotf unbridled passion
loss of innocence
Showing the entire world at a small scale. Like how the world is in chaos and how everyone is evil at their core by showing a few boys on an island
extended metaphor thorughout a work
chief division of a long poem
musician of great technical skill
nonprofessional follower of art
in the open air/outdoors
roof supported by columns
simultaneous discharge of shots
cabin-like shelter at the beach
pretense of bravery
bullfighter that is to kill the bull
american of mexican descent
brick of sundried clay and straw
native american village of southwesternus
women's light scarf
What is a renegade
4 queens. Morgan le faye was one of them
Who were the people that came up to sir lancelot while he was sleeping?
who said "the beast is in all of us"
we know why bottom is turned into a donkey, but the rest of the characters do not. what is this an example of
guinievere and lancelot
who betrayed arthur
who represents common sense and reason in LOTF
sweet tooth and pet names
what does torvald belittle nora about (2 things)