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Graphical elements of poetry
• WRITING IN ALL CAPITAL LETTERS
•u n u us a l S pacing
• Breaking the poem into stanzas, or not
• writing in smaller font
Expresses feelings and ideas using rhythm and unique language
Point of view in poetry
1st person - the narrator is part of the poem
2nd person - the reader is part of the poem
3rd person - the narrator is simply observing the actions and ideas in the poem
Sensory language in poetry
A 14 line poem usually written in iambic pentameter
The ordered pattern of Rimes at the end of the lines of a poem or verse
Twinkle, Twinkle, little star, (A)
How I wonder what you are. (A)
Up above the world so high, (B)
Like a diamond in the sky. (B)
The attribution of a personal nature human characteristic does something nonhuman, or the representation of an abstract quality in human form
A figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an object or action to which is not literally applicable
A comparison of two different things that utilizes "like" or "as"
A word that imitates the sound it represents.
Is the simple repeating of a word, within a sentence or a poet to call line
Extreme exaggeration for affect not meant to be taken literally
A device often used in drama win a character speaks to himself or herself, relating thoughts and feelings, nearby also sharing them with the audience, giving off the illusion of being a series of unspoken reflections
A word, letter, or number place before another
Example: "PREheat the oven"
A word or letter placed after the root
Example: wonderFUL butterfly
Group of lines offset by a space and then continuing with the next group of lines with a set pattern or number of lines
a selfish rich cold old man who runs a counting house who is known to say, "Bah humbug!"
What does Scrooge think?
Business comes before everything: friends, family, and everything else
Scrooges business associate has died but returns, Ghost-like, to warn him that his selfish ways are unacceptable and will come back when he has died to torment him. He wears heavy chains of all the sins he committed
How many ghosts visit Scrooge in the night?
Which ghost visits him first?
The ghost of Christmas past
Describe the ghost of Christmas past
It's head is a candlelight, childlike, past, childhood, A symbol of innocence, and strong arms
Which ghost visits him second?
The ghost of Christmas present
Describe the ghost of Christmas present 🎁
Santa like, Towers over Scrooge, shows Scrooge the Christmas of today, hides two children beneath his robes as a symbol of The corruption of the innocent, he slowly fades away and disappears at the end of his visit
Which ghost visits him third?
The ghost of Christmas yet to come
Describe the ghost of Christmas yet to come
A grim reaper style spirit, shows Scrooge his lonely death-with no mourners,
Who is Bob Cratchit son?
Who is Bob Cratchit?
Scrooges mild tempered employee, Poor but optimistic, loves his family
Crippled from birth, son of bob Cratchet
Who is Scrooges nephew?
Always merry, he always invites him to his family's Christmas party each year, son of his sister Fanny, his family mocks Scrooges grumpiness
An attractive young woman that Scrooge loved when he was young, she later married another man
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