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19 terms
AP Literature Set 2
alliteration
diction
figurative language
hyperbole
Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words or s…
A speaker or writer's choice of words (formal, informal, coll…
A form of language use in which writers and speakers convey s…
A figure of speech that uses exaggeration to express strong e…
alliteration
Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words or s…
diction
A speaker or writer's choice of words (formal, informal, coll…
15 terms
Literature Vocab 2 set
alacrity
array
deduce
encumber
1. promptness in responding... (on time, right away)(eagerness)…
a large group of people or things... (group)
to draw conclusions from given facts... (figure out, solve)(put…
to weigh down or burden... (set back, hold back)
alacrity
1. promptness in responding... (on time, right away)(eagerness)…
array
a large group of people or things... (group)
15 terms
Literature Vocabulary set #2
Arsenal
palliative
Sermantics
Dire
a collection or supply of anything
serving to ease the pain of something
The meaning of a word
Urgent, Desperate: indicating trouble or disaster
Arsenal
a collection or supply of anything
palliative
serving to ease the pain of something
13 terms
Set 2 Literature Terms
figurative language
metaphor
slant rhyme
rhyme scheme
language used for descriptive effect, often to imply ideas in…
a figure of speech that compares or equates seemingly unlike…
occurs when rhyming words include sounds that are similar but…
the pattern of rhyme formed by the end rhyme in a poem; desig…
figurative language
language used for descriptive effect, often to imply ideas in…
metaphor
a figure of speech that compares or equates seemingly unlike…
15 terms
Vocabulary for 21st Literature and British Literature Set 2
malleable
metamorphosis
modulate
protean
capable of being shaped or formed, as by hammering or pressur…
a marked change in form, character, or function; a transforma…
to adjust or adapt to a certain level or proportion; to regul…
readily taking on different forms, characteristics, or meanin…
malleable
capable of being shaped or formed, as by hammering or pressur…
metamorphosis
a marked change in form, character, or function; a transforma…
22 terms
Literature Terms: Genres (Set 2)
Genre
Epic
Sonnet
Free verse
A type or style of literature. Literature has four main genre…
a long, narrative poem that tells the story of a hero. Exampl…
a type of poetry that is 14 lines long and has a specific rhy…
A type of poetry that does not have a fixed meter or rhyme sc…
Genre
A type or style of literature. Literature has four main genre…
Epic
a long, narrative poem that tells the story of a hero. Exampl…
9 terms
Literature Terms: Set 2
Point of View
First-Peron Narrator
Third-Person Observer
Third-Person Omniscient Narrator
Perspective of the narrator.... Example: The Adventures of Huck…
Piece is told from a character's or the author's point of vie…
Piece is told from the point of view of someone who is not a…
Piece is told from the point of view of someone who is not a…
Point of View
Perspective of the narrator.... Example: The Adventures of Huck…
First-Peron Narrator
Piece is told from a character's or the author's point of vie…
20 terms
AP Literature Vocabulary (Set- 2)
Epistle
Auspicious
Insipid
Nefarious
A letter
Favorable
Dull; lacking in flavor
Evil
Epistle
A letter
Auspicious
Favorable
11 terms
Vocabulary Literature Set 2
innate
consideration
enigma
extol
inborn native; natural
careful thought, mediation, and deliberation
a person who is mysterious, puzzling or difficult to understand
praise enthusiactically
innate
inborn native; natural
consideration
careful thought, mediation, and deliberation
109 terms
Keystone Literature - Set 2
Affix
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
One or more letters occurring as a bound form attached to the…
A form of extended metaphor in which objects, persons, and ac…
The repetition of initial sounds in neighboring words.
An implied or indirect reference in literature to a familiar…
Affix
One or more letters occurring as a bound form attached to the…
Allegory
A form of extended metaphor in which objects, persons, and ac…
26 terms
Literature Terms- Set 2
idiom
hyperbole
moral
synonyms
A phrase or expression that says one thing, but means somethi…
Exaggeration, when the author stretches the truth
The lesson taught in a work, such as a fable
Words that have the same or similar meanings
idiom
A phrase or expression that says one thing, but means somethi…
hyperbole
Exaggeration, when the author stretches the truth
19 terms
AP Literature Set 2
alliteration
diction
figurative language
hyperbole
Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words or s…
A speaker or writer's choice of words (formal, informal, coll…
A form of language use in which writers and speakers convey s…
A figure of speech that uses exaggeration to express strong e…
alliteration
Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words or s…
diction
A speaker or writer's choice of words (formal, informal, coll…
15 terms
World Literature flashcards set #2
querulous
frugal
cogitate
germane
complaining or whining manner
sparing or economical with regard to money or food
think deeply about something
relevant to a subject under consideration
querulous
complaining or whining manner
frugal
sparing or economical with regard to money or food
10 terms
Literature Vocab Set 2
tantalize
labyrinth
Machiavallien
laconic
tempt, tease, entice
tangle, conundrum (riddle or puzzle)
cunny, deceitful, crafty, guileful
terse, to the point
tantalize
tempt, tease, entice
labyrinth
tangle, conundrum (riddle or puzzle)
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…
Literature 2
assortment
beady
to beckon over
to wave a hand at
асортимент
кулька, кулькоподібний
підізвати
помахати рукою, підізвати рукою
assortment
асортимент
beady
кулька, кулькоподібний
10 terms
Literature Set #2
Excursion
Plummet
Ricochet
Simultaneous
a journey taken for fun
to drop sharply
to bounce off
occurring at the same time
Excursion
a journey taken for fun
Plummet
to drop sharply
20 terms
Literature Vocab Set #2
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Bombastic
Callow
To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming... Syn: A…
Poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularity... Syn…
Pompous or overblown in language; full of high-sounding words…
Without experience; immature, not fully developed; lacking so…
Ameliorate
To improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming... Syn: A…
Aplomb
Poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularity... Syn…
13 terms
literature set #2
alejarse
murmurar
lágrimas
habitar
seperate
whisper
tears
live in
alejarse
seperate
murmurar
whisper
20 terms
Film as Literature Vocab Set #2
Avant-garde
B-film
Backlighting
Best boy
Refers to an experimental, abstract, or highly independent, n…
an off-beat, low-budget, second-tier film, usually from an in…
This phenomenon occurs when the lighting for the shot is dire…
The term for any technical assistant, apprentice, or aide (re…
Avant-garde
Refers to an experimental, abstract, or highly independent, n…
B-film
an off-beat, low-budget, second-tier film, usually from an in…
28 terms
Literature Terms (set 2)
point of view
first person point of view
third person limited point of view
third person dramatic/objective point…
Ask "who is telling the story?" to find this
The narrator is a character in the story telling the story in…
The narrator is not a character in the story, but knows and s…
The narrator is not a character in the story and does not sha…
point of view
Ask "who is telling the story?" to find this
first person point of view
The narrator is a character in the story telling the story in…
23 terms
British Literature Set 2
Characteristic of the Passionate Sheph…
Form of the Passionate Shepherd
Shakespeare
Petrarchan Sonnets
traditional form
Pastoral... Lyric
The greatest writer of all time
Italian
Characteristic of the Passionate Sheph…
traditional form
Form of the Passionate Shepherd
Pastoral... Lyric
50 terms
AP Literature - Terms Set 2
Bildungsroman
Aposiopesis
Onomatopoeia
Didacticism
a novel where the character goes through maturity because of…
A figure of speech wherein a sentence is deliberately broken…
A figure of speech in which natural sounds are imitated in th…
instructiveness in a work, one purpose of which is to give gu…
Bildungsroman
a novel where the character goes through maturity because of…
Aposiopesis
A figure of speech wherein a sentence is deliberately broken…
48 terms
NAQT Literature Set 2
One Hundred Years of Solitude (Novel)
David Copperfield (Novel)
The Waste Land (Poem)
A Tale of Two Cities (Novel)
Gabriel García Marquez (1967)
Charles Dickens (1850)
T. S. Eliot (1922)
Charles Dickens (1859)
One Hundred Years of Solitude (Novel)
Gabriel García Marquez (1967)
David Copperfield (Novel)
Charles Dickens (1850)
American Literature set #2
Enjambment
Analysis
Similie
Connotation
A line of poetry that is not end-stopped punctuation
The detailed study and attempted explanation of a literary work
A comparison using "like" or "as"
The secondary meanings and overtones of a word; implications…
Enjambment
A line of poetry that is not end-stopped punctuation
Analysis
The detailed study and attempted explanation of a literary work
20 terms
World Literature Set 2
Abdicate
Affectation
Arbitrary
Beseech
To renounce one's throne; retire
Behavior; speech designed to impress
Based on random choice or personal whim
To ask someone urgently and fervently to do something
Abdicate
To renounce one's throne; retire
Affectation
Behavior; speech designed to impress
20 terms
Reading: Literature set #2
Character
Characterization
Conclusion
Dramatic Irony
This is an individual's mental or moral quality
The combination of ways that an author shows readers what a p…
When you use pieces of information on a subject to base your…
When the audience or the readers know something that the char…
Character
This is an individual's mental or moral quality
Characterization
The combination of ways that an author shows readers what a p…
14 terms
Literature Flashcards Set 2
Denotation
Diction
Didactic
Epistrophe
The literal definition of a word
Writer's choice of words
Greek of teaching. Didactic works are teach or instruct
Repeating of last words: Say no evil, speak no evil, hear no…
Denotation
The literal definition of a word
Diction
Writer's choice of words
Literature Vocab Set 2
Sully
Assay
Perusal
Cote
to make soiled or tarnish, to defile
trial or attempt
to examine or consider with attention or detail
to observe something
Sully
to make soiled or tarnish, to defile
Assay
trial or attempt
8 terms
Literature Vocab Set 2
exacerbate
auspicious
accentuate
vacillate
to increase the severity, bitterness, or violence, aggeravate
promising sucess; propitious; oppertunity; favorable
to give emphesis or prominence to
to waver in mind or opinion; be indecisive or irresolute
exacerbate
to increase the severity, bitterness, or violence, aggeravate
auspicious
promising sucess; propitious; oppertunity; favorable
26 terms
Literature vocab set 2
Ravenous
Centrifuge
Cacophony
Cataract
Extremely hungry
A machine with a rapidly rotating container
Harsh mixture of sounds
Cloudy
Ravenous
Extremely hungry
Centrifuge
A machine with a rapidly rotating container
100 terms
Literature Vocab (Set 2)
Tintinnabulation
Euphony
Monody
Penance
Ringing of bells
Pleasant sounds
Lament for a person's death
Act of repentance
Tintinnabulation
Ringing of bells
Euphony
Pleasant sounds
10 terms
Literature Set 2
Climax
Diction
Exposition
1st Person POV
Culminating in an event
Choice and use of worse and phrases in writing and speech
Introduce background information about events, characters, sc…
Personal narrative
Climax
Culminating in an event
Diction
Choice and use of worse and phrases in writing and speech
Literature Vocabulary Set 2
Guerrilla (n.)
Guru (n.)
Hologram (n.)
Immune (adj.)
A member of a small independent group taking part in irregula…
A spiritual teacher
A three-dimensional image formed by the interference of light…
Resistant to a particular infection
Guerrilla (n.)
A member of a small independent group taking part in irregula…
Guru (n.)
A spiritual teacher
10 terms
Literature Vocab. Set 2
Deferentially
Prodigious
Effrontery
Confounded
in a matter that bows to another's wishes; very respectfully
of great size, power, or extent
shameless boldness
confused; dismayed
Deferentially
in a matter that bows to another's wishes; very respectfully
Prodigious
of great size, power, or extent
10 terms
Literature vocabulary set 2
Baleful
Banal
Benefactor
Bilk
Ominus or evil
Ordinary or trite; lacking interest or originality
One who gives general financial aid
To swindle or cheat out of
Baleful
Ominus or evil
Banal
Ordinary or trite; lacking interest or originality
18 terms
Vocabulary Set 2 - Literature
accost
Synonyms of Accost ... Antonyms of Accost
animadversion
Synonyms of Animadversion ... Antonyms of…
(V) to approach and speak first to confront in a challenging…
buttonhole, approach, confront... evade, avoid, shun
n a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
rebuke, reproof... praise, compliment
accost
(V) to approach and speak first to confront in a challenging…
Synonyms of Accost ... Antonyms of Accost
buttonhole, approach, confront... evade, avoid, shun
10 terms
Literature set 2
docile
pare
prodigious
lap
Easily managed or handled
to out of outer layer or parts of
(adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
to drink fast usually animal.
docile
Easily managed or handled
pare
to out of outer layer or parts of
15 terms
Literature set 2
Tyrant
Tedious
Resilient
Benevolent
Leader who oppresses people
Boring
you recover quickly from a negative impacting moment
Having good intentions
Tyrant
Leader who oppresses people
Tedious
Boring
20 terms
Literature words (set 2)
Adjourn
Alien
Comely
Compensate
(V) to stop proceedings temporarily, move to another place.
(N) A citizen of another, (adj) foreign, strange
(Adj) having an attractive appearance
(V) to make up for, to repay for services
Adjourn
(V) to stop proceedings temporarily, move to another place.
Alien
(N) A citizen of another, (adj) foreign, strange
55 terms
Literature Set 2
Ode on a Grecian Urn
Death of a Salesman
Slaughterhouse Five
On the Road
John Keats
Arthur Miller
Kurt Vonnegut
Jack Kerouac
Ode on a Grecian Urn
John Keats
Death of a Salesman
Arthur Miller
26 terms
Literature Terms set 2
denouement
elegy
epic
euphemism
Final resolution of the conflict and complications
poem of sorrow or mourning for the dead
Long narrative poem set in a remote time and place dealing wi…
to substitute a more pleasing or agreeable term or expression…
denouement
Final resolution of the conflict and complications
elegy
poem of sorrow or mourning for the dead
13 terms
2 set of literature
Forsaken
Inconstant
Henceforward
Jaunt
Given up or forgotten
Changes frequently without reason
From now on
Short trip
Forsaken
Given up or forgotten
Inconstant
Changes frequently without reason
16 terms
Literature vocabulary Set 2
monologue
monos
monopoly
bipartisan
a long speech made by a performer or by one person in a group
one
exclusive control of the trade or sole ownership of anything
involving two political parties
monologue
a long speech made by a performer or by one person in a group
monos
one
22 terms
Literature Terms: Set 2
Caricature
Chiasmus
Dependent Clause
Independent Clause
A device used in descriptive writing and visual arts where pa…
Criss-cross structure; rhetorical device in which two or more…
Group of words with a noun and a verb but can't stand alone a…
A Group of words that contains a subject and a predicate and…
Caricature
A device used in descriptive writing and visual arts where pa…
Chiasmus
Criss-cross structure; rhetorical device in which two or more…
31 terms
American Literature Set 2
Pyrrich
Trimeter
Tetrameter
Pentameter
a metrical unit consisting of two unstressed syllables, in ac…
a meter or a line that consists of three iambic feet.
a line made up of four feet.
a literary device that can be defined as a line in verse or p…
Pyrrich
a metrical unit consisting of two unstressed syllables, in ac…
Trimeter
a meter or a line that consists of three iambic feet.
10 terms
Literature Prefixes(Set 2)
co- (Latin)
con- (Latin)
contra-(Latin)
de- (Latin)
With, together
With, together
Against
Down, down from
co- (Latin)
With, together
con- (Latin)
With, together
15 terms
Vocabulary for 21st Literature and British Literature Set 2
malleable
metamorphosis
modulate
protean
capable of being shaped or formed, as by hammering or pressur…
a marked change in form, character, or function; a transforma…
to adjust or adapt to a certain level or proportion; to regul…
readily taking on different forms, characteristics, or meanin…
malleable
capable of being shaped or formed, as by hammering or pressur…
metamorphosis
a marked change in form, character, or function; a transforma…
25 terms
AP Literature Set 2
Ambiguity
Anecdote
aphorism
Cacophony
quality of being intentionally unclear. Can be interpreted in…
a short and often personal story used to emphasize a point to…
a terse statement that expresses a general truth or moral pri…
harsh, discordant sounds, unpleasant to the ear. Used by poet…
Ambiguity
quality of being intentionally unclear. Can be interpreted in…
Anecdote
a short and often personal story used to emphasize a point to…
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