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A poem,properly expressive of a single,complete thought,or sentiment (14 lines) typically 10 syllables per line
An indirect or passing reference
Addressing someone or something that isn't in the poem
An idea or feeling that word invokes
In addition to its literal or primary meaning
The writer's distinctive vocabulary choices and style of expression in a poem or story
A word or phrase open to two interpretations of which is usually risqué
Exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken literally
Five sets of unstressed syllables followed by stressed syllables
The use of figurative language to represent objects,actions,or ideas in such a way that it appeals in a physical sense
Identifies something as being the same as some unrelated thing for rhetorical effect
The substitution of the name of an attribute or adjunct for that of the thing meant (ex:referring to a meal as a dish)
A rural picture or scene in poetry
Comparing two things with like or as
A figure of speech in which a part is made to represent the whole or vice versa
An attitude of a writer toward a subject or an audience
What poet had a working class family?
Who invented the Spenserian sonnet?
Who does Edmund Spenser address in his poems?
What poet's family was well connected?(nephew of an earl and son of a statesmen)
Sir Philip Sidney(1554-1586)
What poet wrote the first great sonnet sequence(Petrarchan Sonnet)?what did it link?
Philip Sidney,linked subject and theme
Who is the most admired author of all time?
How many sonnets did Shakespeare write?
Where was Shakespeare born and whom did he marry at 18?
What is Shakespeare known for in his sonnets?
The masterful use of the bring the fundamental experience of time,death,love,and friendship.
What type of sonnet does not carry over into the next Quatrain?
What is the Spenserian Sonnet sequence and what is it made of?
ABAB,BCBC,CDCD...3 quatrains and 1 couplet
What is the Petrarchan Sonnet sequence and what is it made of?
ABBA,ABBA...1 octave,and 1 sestet
What is the Shakespearian Sonnet sequence and what is it made of?
ABAB,CDCD,EFEF...3 quatrains and 1 couplet
What is sonnet 29?who wrote this?
When,in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes,William Shakespeare
What is sonnet 116?who wrote this?
Let me not to the marriage of true minds,William,Shakespeare
What is sonnet 130?who wrote this?
My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun,William Shakespeare
What is sonnet 1?who wrote this?
Happy ye leaves,when as those lily hands,Edmund Spenser
What is sonnet 35?who wrote this?
My hungry eyes through greedy covetize,Edmund Spenser
What is Sonnet 75,who wrote this?
One day i wrote her name upon the strand,Edmund Spenser
What is Sonnet 31?who wrote this?
With how sad steps,O Moon,thou climb'st the skies!,Philip Sidney
What is Sonnet 39?who wrote this?
Come sleep!O sleep,the certain knot of peace,Philip Sidney
When did the Renaissance take place?
What does Renaissance mean?
What was reenergized during the Renaissance?
Human spirit of curiosity and creativity
Took measures to expand England's position as a world power through colonization in the New World
Defied papal authority by breaking away from the Roman Catholic Church
Became King of England at age 9;died of tuberculosis
Creates the church of England
reestablished the monarch's supremacy over the Church of England,during her reign,defeated Spanish Armada
Restored power of Pope and Catholic church in England
What did the Protestant Reformation begin with?
Martin Luther's 95 Theses
Placed on the throne unwillingly in an attempt to keep Mary off and protest the Protestant Reformation
Lady Jane Grey
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