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AP English 3 Timeline Test
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Native American literature was the...
Native American literature displays a reverence for_________ as a _________ __________.
nature; spiritual mother
Native Americans communicated __________, through _________ and _________.
orally; story telling and preforming
Types of Native American Literature:
myths and legends
Native Americans emphasized the importance of living in harmony with the _________ _________.
Native Americans viewed ___________ and ____________ as part of a sacred whole.
humans and non-humans
Time of Enlightenment
Puritans and Pilgrims are products of ___________ and ___________.
Reformation and Renaissance
Puritans and Pilgrims believed in ________ _______ and simple ___ ______ living.
hard work; no frills
Genre/Style of Puritan and Pilgrim literature:
sermon, diaries, letters, personal narratives, slave narratives, poetry, propaganda
John Smith founded ___________ in 1607.
John Smith's major work:
William Bradford was elected __________ of Plymouth and was re-elected _____ times.
William Bradford's major work:
Of Plymouth Plantation
Anne Bradstreet was the first....
published American poet
Anne Bradstreet used _________ in her works.
Anne Bradstreet's major work:
Upon the Burning of Our House
Edward Taylor was a...
Edward Taylor examined an ________ _____-_________ with God.
Edward Taylor's major work:
Upon a Spider Catching a Fly
Cotton Mather lectured classmates on their ______.
Cotton Mather had _____ children, only _____ survived
Cotton Mather had two _______ die.
Cotton Mather's last wife went ___________.
Cotton Mather was an ____________ __________ with over ______ books and pamphlets.
unceasing writer; 5000
Jonathan Edwards viewed god as ________ and ________.
punitive and distant
Johnathan Edwards believed that he communicated _________ with _______.
Jonathan Edwards' sermons sent....
whole congregations into hysterical fits of weeping
Jonathan Edwards' major work:
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
Time period of Age of Reason
Revolutionary Writers tried to tell men not to look to ________ so much and to _______.
During the Age of Reason, a good deal of _________ of European books occurred. (Franklin started it)
Genre/Style of Revolutionary writing:
political pamphlets, essays, travel writing, speeches, documents
Ben Franklin was a...
writer, printer, publisher, scientist, philanthropist, diplomat
Ben Franklin was the first ______-______ _____ and a second generation ___________.
self-made man; immigrant
Ben Franklin was well known for his aphorisms:
hast makes waste; early to bed early to rise makes a person healthy wealthy and wise; a small leak will sink a great ship
Thomas Paine's works were read _______ in public to _______ the audiences.
Thomas Paine's works were read by __________ in _________.
Thomas Paine's major work:
Patrick Henry's major work:
Speech in the Virginia Convention
Hector St. John de Crevecoeur gave Europeans a glowing idea of opportunities for ________, ________, and _______.
wealth, peace, and pride
Hector St. John de Crevecoeur was the first to exploit the __________ _____ image of America.
Hector St. John de Crevecoeur's major work:
Letters From an American Farmer
Thomas Jefferson's major work:
Declaration of Independence
Phyllis Wheatley showed signs of a great poet at age ____.
Phyllis Wheatley's major work:
On Being Brought from Africa to America
regarded man as a limited creature
Philip Freneau was the ________ ____ _______.
Father of Poetry
Philip Freneau became the first powerful, crusading ____________ _________ in America.
Washington Irving took ideas from _________ literature.
Washington Irving took the satirical writing of 18th century and _________ the writings of his own time.
Washington Irving's major works:
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Rip Van Winkle
James Fenimore Cooper's major work:
The Leather Stocking Tales
Time period of Romanticism
Genres of Romanticism:
short stories, novels, poetry
Romanticism favored _________ over reason and ________ over fact.
Gothic Literature displayed _______ landscapes and __________ characters.
Herman Melville wrote...
Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote...
Uncle Tom's Cabin
William Cullen Bryant was the first....
American romantic poet
Transcendentalism pushed _________ __________ to the extreme.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Henry David Thoreau
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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