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22 terms
English #2 Literature
literature
Play
Poem
Prose
s- article... a- silence... writing of all people, to be greta it m…
s-drama... a-nonfiction ... a dramatic composition and piece of lit…
s-epic... a-prose... a piece of writing that usually has figurative…
s- novel... a- poem... ordinary and clear writing... Presa- straight f…
literature
s- article... a- silence... writing of all people, to be greta it m…
Play
s-drama... a-nonfiction ... a dramatic composition and piece of lit…
31 terms
English Literature U. 2
Sir Thomas Malory
William Caxton
popular ballad
popular ballad
the most notable writer of the fifteenth century
set up the first printing press in England
a short narrative folk song which tells of a single (usually…
type of poem: Bonny Barbara Allan
Sir Thomas Malory
the most notable writer of the fifteenth century
William Caxton
set up the first printing press in England
10 terms
English Literature Quiz 2
Medieval romance
Mystery play
Good deeds
Death
is the form of writing used in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.
is a form of writing that deals with biblical subjects.
accompanied Everyman into the grave at the end.
came to visit Everyman at the beginning.
Medieval romance
is the form of writing used in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.
Mystery play
is a form of writing that deals with biblical subjects.
50 terms
English Literature, Period 2, Literature
How strict was the second English peri…
How did Literature react to the Restor…
What about the novel in the second Eng…
Which novels were popular by the end o…
Censorship is abolished; fresh start for all forms of literat…
Literature until the end of the 17th century is mainly a cele…
Further development of the novel; gothic novels very popular…
Gothic novels very popular by end of the period
How strict was the second English peri…
Censorship is abolished; fresh start for all forms of literat…
How did Literature react to the Restor…
Literature until the end of the 17th century is mainly a cele…
10 terms
English Literature Unit 2
"Rikki-Tikki-Tavi"
"No Place for a Hawk"
"A Secret for Two"
Where the Red Fern Grows
Rudyard Kipling
Jesse Stuart
Quentin Reynolds
Wilson Rawls
"Rikki-Tikki-Tavi"
Rudyard Kipling
"No Place for a Hawk"
Jesse Stuart
english- literature terms #2
imagery
theme
inference
prediction
a discription that appeals to the senses of sight, sound, sme…
a message about life or human nature that a writers wants to…
a logical guess that is made based on facts & ones own knowle…
a reading strategy that involves using text clues to make a r…
imagery
a discription that appeals to the senses of sight, sound, sme…
theme
a message about life or human nature that a writers wants to…
11 terms
English Literature chapter 2
influence
penetrate
emperor
fierce
השפעה
לחדור
קיסר
עז
influence
השפעה
penetrate
לחדור
16 terms
English 2 Literature Terms #3
rising action
secondary source
connotation
idiom
the buildup of events that leads to the climax
a secondhand account of an event based on primary sources
the suggested meaning associated with a word
language that is not meant to be taken literally (raining cat…
rising action
the buildup of events that leads to the climax
secondary source
a secondhand account of an event based on primary sources
15 terms
English 2 Literature Terms #1
narratives
plot
characters
setting
stories
what happens in the story
people in the story
where the story takes place
narratives
stories
plot
what happens in the story
Literature in English #2
James Boswell
Brave New World
Charlotte and Emily Brontë
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
- A Scottish author of the 18th century best known for his bi…
- A novel by Aldous Huxley that depicts the potential horrors…
- Two English authors of the 19th century known for their nov…
- An English poet of the 19th century, the wife of Robert Bro…
James Boswell
- A Scottish author of the 18th century best known for his bi…
Brave New World
- A novel by Aldous Huxley that depicts the potential horrors…
49 terms
English Literature A2
"For your sake jewel" - Othello, Braba…
"You treat jewels like that" - Fingers…
"Why didn't you tell me there was dang…
"Phases of her childhood lurked in her…
Lack of of love, children as possession, symbol as value, tra…
Lack of of love, children as possession, symbol as value, tra…
Lack of love, not caring of her daughters safety, only out fo…
no love, men only find women attractive if they are sexually…
"For your sake jewel" - Othello, Braba…
Lack of of love, children as possession, symbol as value, tra…
"You treat jewels like that" - Fingers…
Lack of of love, children as possession, symbol as value, tra…
13 terms
English literature vocabulary 2
Sundry (adj)
Pilgrimage (n)
Befall (v)
Array (n)
Various or diverse, used with items not important enough to t…
a journey, especially a long one, made to some sacred place a…
To happen or occur, something bad
Order of arrangement, an impressive display or range of a par…
Sundry (adj)
Various or diverse, used with items not important enough to t…
Pilgrimage (n)
a journey, especially a long one, made to some sacred place a…
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English Literature Vocab 2
Pilgramage
Sundry
Befall
Array
Noun- a journey usually to a sacred place
Adj- various or diverse, used for items not important to be n…
Verb- something bad to happen or occur
Noun- a range of a particular type of thing
Pilgramage
Noun- a journey usually to a sacred place
Sundry
Adj- various or diverse, used for items not important to be n…
45 terms
English 2 (literature elements)
plot
simple narrative
typical plot structure
exposition
a sequence of events in a narrative that is carefully constru…
a chronological description of real events
1. exposition... 2. rising action / complication ... 3. technical c…
background information on the characters, setting, and other…
plot
a sequence of events in a narrative that is carefully constru…
simple narrative
a chronological description of real events
15 terms
English World Literature #2
thespian
pestilence
expiation
induce
a staged actor or actress
fatally contagious or infectious disease
act of atonement or reconciliation
persuade; lead on to some action, condition, or belief
thespian
a staged actor or actress
pestilence
fatally contagious or infectious disease
20 terms
English 9 - Literature test 2
singular (adj)
avail (v)
vex (v)
conundrum (n)
rare, extraordinary
to be of help
to annoy
puzzling question or problem
singular (adj)
rare, extraordinary
avail (v)
to be of help
18 terms
English literature 2
Seamus Heaney
Martin Amis
V S Naipaul
William Golding
-Death of the Naturist/Punishment/... Tractors/... The Door into th…
-Money: a suicide Note/... The Rachel Papers/... Success/... Other Peo…
-In a Free State/... The Mystic Masseur/... Miguel Street...... India:…
-Lord of the Flies/... The Inheritors/... Pincher Martin:... Free Fall…
Seamus Heaney
-Death of the Naturist/Punishment/... Tractors/... The Door into th…
Martin Amis
-Money: a suicide Note/... The Rachel Papers/... Success/... Other Peo…
20 terms
Ap English literature #2
Denouement
Parable
Metonymy
Idiom
The final resolution or clarification of a dramatic or narrat…
A short moral story
A figure of speech in which one word or phrase is substituted…
A speech form or an expression of a given language that is pe…
Denouement
The final resolution or clarification of a dramatic or narrat…
Parable
A short moral story
13 terms
English Literature Terms 2
Sonnet
Turn
Volta
Petrarchan Sonnet
14 line poem
Transition between octave and sestet of a sonnet ; Shift in f…
Another word for Turn
14 lines consisting of an octave and sestet
Sonnet
14 line poem
Turn
Transition between octave and sestet of a sonnet ; Shift in f…
28 terms
English Literature Set # 2
Synecdoche
Anachronism
Chiasmus
Didactic
use a part to represent the whole. The husband in the family…
out of place in time, to highlight time progress to give an e…
opposite repeat of a clause. ....A.....B... -> B.....A..... E…
intended to teach
Synecdoche
use a part to represent the whole. The husband in the family…
Anachronism
out of place in time, to highlight time progress to give an e…
30 terms
English Literature S2
Honors Track
Reunion
Dear High School Students (Letter)
As He Himself Puts It (They Say/ I say)
Molly Patterson
John Cheever
Patrick Sullivan
Gerad Graff and Cathy Birkenstein
Honors Track
Molly Patterson
Reunion
John Cheever
11 terms
English literature 2 poems
What four this things you need to anal…
Dramatic monologue
Lyrical poem
Sonnet
Language, form, meaning structure
If there is an "I" in the first stanza
If two lines are repeated
14 lines
What four this things you need to anal…
Language, form, meaning structure
Dramatic monologue
If there is an "I" in the first stanza
9 terms
English Literature (part 2)
Terminate
Covenant
Subsided
Reckoning
end
solemn agreement or contract
sank; moved to a lower level
assignment of rewards or punishments for actions
Terminate
end
Covenant
solemn agreement or contract
10 terms
English 2 Literature Circles Vocabulary Week 2
Aversion
Pleasantry
Platitudes
Erroneous
strong dislike
polite remark
common, unoriginal remarks
incorrect or mistaken
Aversion
strong dislike
Pleasantry
polite remark
14 terms
English 2 Literature
Troy
Rose
Cory
Lyons
The main character in Fences, who was sent to jail in his you…
Troy's faithful wife, who forgave him even after he cheated o…
Troy's second son, who loves to play football and would have…
Troy's oldest son who had a passion for playing music. He was…
Troy
The main character in Fences, who was sent to jail in his you…
Rose
Troy's faithful wife, who forgave him even after he cheated o…
58 terms
English II Literature 2
Who wrote "A General History of Virgin…
What was the name of the most powerful…
Why was Pocahontas taken to England?…
How can colonist-indian relations be b…
A
D
A
D
Who wrote "A General History of Virgin…
A
What was the name of the most powerful…
D
10 terms
English Literature Vocabulary 2
Utopia
Lucrative
Heretic
Euthanasia
(n.) an imaginary and remote place of perfection (Everyone in…
adj. producing wealth; profitable
A person holding an opinion at odds with what is generally ac…
the painless killing of a patient suffering from an incurable…
Utopia
(n.) an imaginary and remote place of perfection (Everyone in…
Lucrative
adj. producing wealth; profitable
English literature list 2
Amity
Amorous
Ample
Amplify
A friendly relationship
Showing feelings of affection
Enough;plentiful
Increase the volume
Amity
A friendly relationship
Amorous
Showing feelings of affection
10 terms
English 2 Literature Circles Vocabulary Week 3
surreptitious
reproach
sinister
exemplary
secret
criticism
evil
ideal
surreptitious
secret
reproach
criticism
8 terms
English 2: Renaissance Literature
Who is the author of "The Passionate S…
Who is the author of "The Nymph's Repl…
Who is the author of "To the Virgins,…
Who is the author of "To His Coy Mistr…
Christopher Marlowe
Sir Walter Raleigh
Robert Herrick
Andrew Marvell
Who is the author of "The Passionate S…
Christopher Marlowe
Who is the author of "The Nymph's Repl…
Sir Walter Raleigh
56 terms
English 2 Literature Terms
Theme
Conflict
Direct Characterization
Indirect Characterization
The universal message/argument of the text
The problem of the text, can be internal or external
A description that tells reader something about a character
A description that implies something about a character
Theme
The universal message/argument of the text
Conflict
The problem of the text, can be internal or external
14 terms
English 2 Literature
Troy
Rose
Cory
Lyons
The main character in Fences, who was sent to jail in his you…
Troy's faithful wife, who forgave him even after he cheated o…
Troy's second son, who loves to play football and would have…
Troy's oldest son who had a passion for playing music. He was…
Troy
The main character in Fences, who was sent to jail in his you…
Rose
Troy's faithful wife, who forgave him even after he cheated o…
10 terms
English Literature 2
Abstract
Aesthetic
Allusion
Analogy
difficult to understand
concerning the appreciation of beauty
A reference to another work of literature, person, or event
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
Abstract
difficult to understand
Aesthetic
concerning the appreciation of beauty
10 terms
English 2 literature words
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Hyperbole
Comparison of two things using the word like or as.
Comparison of two thing not using like or as.
Giving human traits to objects it ideas.
Exaggerating to show strong feeling or effect.
Simile
Comparison of two things using the word like or as.
Metaphor
Comparison of two thing not using like or as.
26 terms
Literature terms english 2
Plot
Exposition
Rising action
Climax
Is the events that make up a story or main part of a story
Used to introduce background information
Series of events build toward the point of greatest interest…
All tension builds up
Plot
Is the events that make up a story or main part of a story
Exposition
Used to introduce background information
20 terms
English 2 Literature Terms
Allusion
Assonance
Conflict(Internal)
External Conflict
A reference to a past event, person, literature, etc.(Catcher…
Repetition of vowel sounds
Conflict within a character (Fences-Troy not knowing what to…
Conflict with outside forces(Fences- Cory and Troy argue and…
Allusion
A reference to a past event, person, literature, etc.(Catcher…
Assonance
Repetition of vowel sounds
20 terms
A2 English Literature
"my oracles"
"dreamed last night of the three weird…
"hush, no more"
"clear us of this deed"
Banquo - ambition
Banquo - ambition
Banquo - mirroring Macbeth's internal struggle
Lady Macbeth - about the water (strength)
"my oracles"
Banquo - ambition
"dreamed last night of the three weird…
Banquo - ambition
24 terms
english literature vocab #2
narrative
short story
unreliable narrator
plot
report of related events presented to the listeners/readers i…
a short work of fiction usually dealing with a few characters…
a character whose telling of the story is not completely accu…
series of related events that make up a story or drama
narrative
report of related events presented to the listeners/readers i…
short story
a short work of fiction usually dealing with a few characters…
21 terms
English Literature 1-2
'Both were dressed in denim'
'First man' 'small and quick' 'restles…
'Repeated his words rhythmically'
'Shapeless of face' 'huge man' 'wide s…
George and Lennie are equal socially
Foxlike , reference to animal, intelligent animalb
Dreams , not much belief in it and no passion, repetition
Reference to strong but , compared to humans, dumb animals
'Both were dressed in denim'
George and Lennie are equal socially
'First man' 'small and quick' 'restles…
Foxlike , reference to animal, intelligent animalb
15 terms
English literature 2
Internal conflict
Climax
Chronological order
Flashback
Struggle that takes place within a character
Main character takes action it makes a decision
The writer unfolds events in the order in which occurs
Interrupts the chronological sequence of a literary work and…
Internal conflict
Struggle that takes place within a character
Climax
Main character takes action it makes a decision
10 terms
#2 English American Literature
Gourmand
Abrogate
Accede
Coalesce
Someone who absolutely loves eating and drinking to the point…
The act of officially abolishing or getting rid of something/…
To agree forgive one's permission to another; to go along wit…
To combine or blend or grow together into one unit
Gourmand
Someone who absolutely loves eating and drinking to the point…
Abrogate
The act of officially abolishing or getting rid of something/…
21 terms
English literature 2
Plot Line
Introduction
Rising Action
Climax
stories have five plot line points
introduces setting, characters, intro to conflict
can make up 85% story, conflict develops
turning point for the main conflict
Plot Line
stories have five plot line points
Introduction
introduces setting, characters, intro to conflict
39 terms
English Literature Terms 2
Alliteration
Allusion
Anachronism
Analogy
The repetition of the same or similar sounds at the beginning…
Added meaning through an indirect reference to a statement, a…
A detail that is out of place/time of the setting
An extended comparison of an unfamiliar idea to a simple/fami…
Alliteration
The repetition of the same or similar sounds at the beginning…
Allusion
Added meaning through an indirect reference to a statement, a…
75 terms
English Literature Vocab #2
Abstruse
Affable
Audacity
Contrite
difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
friendly, courteous, amiable
excessive boldness, rashness, daring
extremely apologetic, remorseful, repentant
Abstruse
difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
Affable
friendly, courteous, amiable
77 terms
English Literature voca2
haunt
deity
dale
loth
귀신이 나타나다 , 뇌리에서 떠나지 않다
계곡
adj. ~하기를 꺼리는
haunt
귀신이 나타나다 , 뇌리에서 떠나지 않다
deity
31 terms
English 2, Literature
Protagonist
Antagonist
Theme
Fiction
One of the main characters, in a novel or a movie.
Main characters; hostile
Piece of writing or someone's thoughts, (Author's message)
Short story, novel, (Non-real). biography
Protagonist
One of the main characters, in a novel or a movie.
Antagonist
Main characters; hostile
30 terms
Ap English Literature2
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Ambiguity
An extended narrative that carries a second meaning along wit…
The repetition of accented consonant sounds either at the beg…
A reference in literature to previous literature, history, my…
The quality of being intentionally unclear. Makes the situati…
Allegory
An extended narrative that carries a second meaning along wit…
Alliteration
The repetition of accented consonant sounds either at the beg…
45 terms
English 2 (literature elements)
plot
simple narrative
typical plot structure
exposition
a sequence of events in a narrative that is carefully constru…
a chronological description of real events
1. exposition... 2. rising action / complication ... 3. technical c…
background information on the characters, setting, and other…
plot
a sequence of events in a narrative that is carefully constru…
simple narrative
a chronological description of real events
16 terms
English literature terms 2
Exposition
Narrative
Rising action
Climax
Introduces character, first
Is the point at which the conflict begins and our attention i…
Events that develop the conflict, 3rd
Point of highest dramatic tension, 4th
Exposition
Introduces character, first
Narrative
Is the point at which the conflict begins and our attention i…
English Literature A2
Stative verb
Auxiliary verb
Modal verb
Superlative
A word that represents a process that is often only mental
A verb that has to be used with another verb in order to crea…
An auxiliary verb that express a degree of either possibility…
An adjective that displays the most extreme value of its qual…
Stative verb
A word that represents a process that is often only mental
Auxiliary verb
A verb that has to be used with another verb in order to crea…
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