white, black, yellow, red, blue, green, orange, brown, purple, gold/silver
What are the color archetypes
white- light, innocence, purity, virginity, timelessness: hero wears white for right of passage:death, terror, supernatural, blinding truth
What does white represent?
great passion, love violence, blood, sacrifice, disorder: during battle
What does red stand for?
earthtones, land, native animals or charaters, in harmony with homeland
What does brown stand for?
wealth, status, power
What does gold/silver stand for?
A reference to a well known person,place, event, literary work, or work of art
The general term for literary techniques that portray differences between appearance and reality, expectation and result, or meaning and intention
Clues in a literary work that suggest events that have yet to occur
Point of View
View of the narrator in a story that determines the type and amount of information the writer can reveal
A feeling of curiosity or uncertainty about the outcome of events in a literary work
A figure of speech in which like or as is used to make a comparison between two basically unlike ideas
A type of figurative language in which a nonhuman subject is given human characteristics
Less important characters who interact with main characters and help to carry out the plot or story line
The sequence of events in a literary work
The time and place of action in a literary work
A type of first person narration where the narrators telling fo the story may not be accurate or deliberatly does not tell the whole truth
The main character in a literary work
A character or force in conflict with a main character, or protagonist
a figure of speech that uses exaggeration to express strong emotion, make a point, or evoke humor
A struggle between opposing forces, characters in conflicts form the basis of literary works
A central message or insight into life revealed through the literary work
The use of words that imitate sounds such as thud, sizzle, and hiss
The high point of interest or suspense in a literary work
Characters that show many different traits, faults as well as virtues.
Characters that develop and grow throughout a story
Characters that dont show many traits
Characters that stay the same throughout a story
A person or animal who take part in the action of a literary work
A person place or thing
Takes the place of a noun
Shows action or helps to make a statement
Modifies nouns and pronouns
Modifies adjectives, verbs, and itself
Shows relationship between a noun or pronoun and some other words in the sentence
Joins words, phrases, and clauses
Expresses emotion but has no real connection with the rest of the sentence
One independent clause
Two or more independent clauses
One independent clause with one or more dependent clauses
Makes a statement and ends in a period
Gives a command and ends in a period
Asks a question and ends in a question mark
Expresses strong feelings and ends in an exclamation point
The who or what of the verb, must be a noun, pronoun, gerund, or infinitive
A verb that takes an object
A verb that doesnt take an object
What character archtype are Circe and Calypso
What character archtype is Odysseus
What character archtype is Penelope
What character archtype is Athena
Creature of nightmare
What character archtype is a Cyclopes
power and royalty
What does purple stand for
Knowledge, intelligence,m evil, melancholy, chaos, mystery, the unknown, and death
What does black stand for
Star crossed lovers
What character archtype are Pyramus and Thisbe
He does not reveal anything about the past
Why is one reason readers know Montresor is an unreliable narrator?
Light, spiritual awareness, and unity
What characteristics are associated with the number three?
Circle, life, four seasons, earth, nature, and the four elements
What characteristics are associated with the number four?
Union of three and four, completion of a cycle, and perfect order
What characteristics are associated with the number seven?
Imperfection and evil
What characteristics are associated with the number six?