English 3 1st semester review
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Franklin, Bradstreet, Henry, Edwards, Paine, Jefferson
Romantic and fireside poet
Ivring, Bryant, Longfellow
Dark Romantics auhors
Poe, Hawthorne, Melville
imagintive pattern tat is repeated across cultures and is used throughout time
What is "To my Dear and Loving Husband" about
the love a woman had for her husband
what does the author use to portray hell as a cannibalistic human in "Sinners in the hands of an angry?"
Why is Poor Richards Almanack famous?
Franklin uses aphorisms
In "Speech to the Virginia convention" we can infer that Patrick Henry feels what about those fighting?
happy people were fighting, wanted more people to support the war
Who was the "Declaration of Independence" directed at?
King George 3
What items were omitted from the final edition of "The Declaration of Independence"?
Slavery being abloished and language that would offend the citizens of Britain
3 examples of humor in the Devil and Tom Walker
his nagging wife, Tom and his wifes relationship, and how he wanted to see their expensive valuables instead of his wife
what item is used to foreshadow that the devil will appear to Tom in the woods?
At the end of the story, how does tom lose all of his money?
the money turns to ashes
example that used imagery in "Nature"
standing on the bare ground-my head bathed by the blithe air
according to Emerson, why do children see nature best?
they have their imagination and their innocence
what is the purpose of "Nature"
to describe a profound way of seeing nature
what are Emersons philosophies he shares in his essay? (Self-Reliance)
be true to yourself, do not conform to society
What is the most sacred aspect of a person according to Emerson?
individuality and intergrity
what is the hobgoblin of little minds?
why does Thoreau move out to the woods?
to move away from society so he could be more independent and live life more fully
why does Thoreau return to society?
to move on to other experiences
what is the purpose of the Resistance to Civil Government?
inform people about the importance of being an individual and not conforming to society
according to Thoreau, why does majority rule in democracy?
there is a bigger size, people win
what stories did Bradstreet write?
"To my dear and loving husband" and "upon the burning of Our house"
what story did bryant write?
what story did Edwards write?
sinners in the hands of an angry god
what stories did emerson write?
nature and self reliance
what stories did franklin write?
Poor Richards Almanac and Autobiography
what stories did hawthrone write?
The Ministers Black Veil and Dr. Heidegger's Experiment
what story did henry write?
speech to Virginia convention
what story did melville wirite?
what stories did poe write?
raven, oit and pendulum, and fall of the house of usher
what stories did throreau write?
resistance to civil governent and walden
what story did paine write?
crisis no. 1
why does the congregation oppose mr.hoopers wearing of the veil
they can't decide what would explain his action
what happens after mr.hooper begins to wear the veil on a daily basis?
he tends his congregation with his usual care
the audience is told that mr.hooper wears the veil becayse it is symbol of sin but what detail is left out?
whose sin it is
why is this story a parable? (Ministers black veil)
it focuses on a lesson for the audience to learn
in what way are the characters different from one another? (Dr. heideggers experiment)
they haven't all been famous
what is an allegory?
a story in which the characters, setting, plot all represent a message/bigger idea
what lesson does dr. heidegger learn from his friends?
people don't learn from their mistakes
why is the narrator provided with food throughout the story? (pit and pendulum)
the people plan more punishments before he dies
what does the pit symbol?
what is the symbolic meaning of the French Army?
what is the three part structure of a theme?
intro, body paragraphs, and conclusion
where do all sources used in a paper go?
works cited page
why is the use of transitions important?
what is oneness of a paper called?
the central theme of a paper is called
most important function of the intro is called
introduce the topic
what are transitions within a paragraph called
what is logical order?
order that makes sense
what is spatial order?
order of topics as they are physically positioned
what is chronological order?
order in which things happen
what is type of website is the most reliable?
a website that does not use .com
when evaluating sources coming from URL's ending in .edu what is the best indicator of their reliability?
looking at references listed
what is the best way to find if an author is a credible source?
check their references/credentials
what are the qualities of a credible website?
check spelling, check publisher, check date updated, check sources, and cross-reference
which is better for finding quality sources: database or search engine?
the tone and mood of the story that impacts the audiences feelings
acting out peacefully against government laws/ societal views
the place and time in which a story takes place
story that teaches a moral lesson
something that grabs the readers attention
emotions related to a word
the pronoun and antecedent have to agree in number/ gender with the subject
repeating words or phrases that have similar grammatical structure
19th century american poets that were from new england
meaning or purpose of the story
person,place, or thing or event that has meaning in itself and stands for something beyond itself
sentence that ties in all ideas of a paragraph
putting together of sentences with transitions to make a paragraph connect
something that gets repeated over and over again several times can be phrases, words, or sounds
repeating the first letter of a word
story with a hidden message
hinting at something famous outside of the story
staying on topic when writing, reading uses one topic of discussion
the entire story makes sense its united its connected
subject verb agreement
subject and verb agree in a sentence whether it be plural or singular and diff tenses
sources that are credible
comparing two unlike things without using like or as
person, place, or thing that is repeating throughout literature
describing some object so that the reader clearly pictures it in their mind
the way one organizes for a place of writing
giving more detail on something
order of importance
putting something in order due to its importance
next, another reason, in conclusion
background, setting, character details on the story
comparing two things using like or as
statement that contradicts itself
a is b because of x, y, and z