Study sets matching "american classics 4"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "american classics 4"

34 terms
American Classics H Vocab 4
Jade n.
Rabble n.
Unwitting adj.
Doddering adj.
A disreputable woman
A disorderly crowd
Unintentional
Shaking or trembling as if from age
Jade n.
A disreputable woman
Rabble n.
A disorderly crowd
49 terms
American Classical Music Exam 4
Twelve-tone music
Tone row
Integral serialism
Total serialism
Compositional technique in which all twelve notes available w…
In serialism, an ordering of the twelve pitches of the chroma…
The technique of serializing both pitch and nonpitch elements…
The technique of serializing both pitch and nonpitch elements…
Twelve-tone music
Compositional technique in which all twelve notes available w…
Tone row
In serialism, an ordering of the twelve pitches of the chroma…
30 terms
American Classics
A White Heron
The Waking
Birches
A Psalm of Life
Sarah Orne Jewett (Short Story)
Theodore Roethke (Poem)
Robert Frost (Poem)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Poem)
A White Heron
Sarah Orne Jewett (Short Story)
The Waking
Theodore Roethke (Poem)
65 terms
American Classics
The 5 Thorny Points
Sovereignty of God
Depravity of Man
Election of Saints
Sovereignty of God... Depravity of man... Election of Saints... Irresi…
God is all powerful, God is not bound to any contract.
Mans soul is black with sin, we are all born sinners
Predestination, God has decided who is saved or damned
The 5 Thorny Points
Sovereignty of God... Depravity of man... Election of Saints... Irresi…
Sovereignty of God
God is all powerful, God is not bound to any contract.
33 terms
American Classics Hernandez
Odious (n)
Sciamachy (n)
Irascible (n)
Jingoism(n)
Meriting strong dislike or displeasure
Act or instance of fighting a shadow or imaginary enemy
Easily provoked to anger
Extreme nationalism
Odious (n)
Meriting strong dislike or displeasure
Sciamachy (n)
Act or instance of fighting a shadow or imaginary enemy
50 terms
Vocabulary American Classics H
ruddy
contumely
malefactress
iniquity
having a healthy, reddish color
arrogance; insolence
a female offender against the law
wickedness; sinfulness
ruddy
having a healthy, reddish color
contumely
arrogance; insolence
7 terms
shared: classic american cars
Corvette Stingray
Camaro
Mustang
63 Shelby
Corvette Stingray
Camaro
60 terms
American Classics H
Quoit
Anlage
Derelict
Feral
flattened ring of iron or rope used in a game
the foundation of a subsequent development
something voluntarily abandoned
of relating to or suggesting a wild beast
Quoit
flattened ring of iron or rope used in a game
Anlage
the foundation of a subsequent development
150 terms
American Classics Vocabulary
Ruddy
Contumely
Malefactress
Iniquity
adj. having a healthy, reddish color
n. arrogance; isolence
n. a female offender against the law
n. wickedness, sinfulness
Ruddy
adj. having a healthy, reddish color
Contumely
n. arrogance; isolence
American Classics Quiz #1
Anti-Hero
Archetype
Canon
Catharsis
Central figure that acts questionable yet are not evil/villan…
Characters that embody a culture across centuries; Ex: Step M…
Literature central to a culture's identity
Painful process for healing, emotional outburst to heal; Ex:…
Anti-Hero
Central figure that acts questionable yet are not evil/villan…
Archetype
Characters that embody a culture across centuries; Ex: Step M…
American Classics final
Did colonists want to execute witches?
Who was accused of witchcraft?
Who were the Tories?
Why did Paine call Tories cowards?
No, but didn't know what else to do
Weird, poor, odd
The Tories were British loyalists who supported keeping the c…
They wanted to stay connected to England but wouldn't fight f…
Did colonists want to execute witches?
No, but didn't know what else to do
Who was accused of witchcraft?
Weird, poor, odd
American Classics Vocabulary
Privy (adj.)
Levity (n.)
Supercilious (adj.)
Fractious (adj.)
To have knowledge of, be let in on... His therapist was privy t…
Lightness of mind or behavior; flippancy; a lack of seriousne…
Arrogant, snobby, condescending... The supercilious man refused…
Cranky, quarrelsome, unruly... The fractious children would not…
Privy (adj.)
To have knowledge of, be let in on... His therapist was privy t…
Levity (n.)
Lightness of mind or behavior; flippancy; a lack of seriousne…
American Classics Vocab
Feign (n)
levity (n)
riotous (adj)
exempt (adj)
to pretend to feel something; to fake something
a lack of seriousness; lightness (of mood)
violent and uncontrolled; abundant or exciting
excused or released from a duty; to excuse from a duty
Feign (n)
to pretend to feel something; to fake something
levity (n)
a lack of seriousness; lightness (of mood)
17 terms
American Classics Vocabulary List
Superfluous
Capitulate
Deprecate
Alacrity
unnecessary, more than enough
surrender
express disapproval of
brisk and cheerful readiness
Superfluous
unnecessary, more than enough
Capitulate
surrender
132 terms
American Classics Vocabulary
Odious
Sciamachy
Irascible
Jingoism
(n.) meriting strong dislike or displeasure.
(n.) an act or instance of fighting a shadow or an imaginary…
(adj.) easily provoked to anger.
(n.) extreme nationalism; chauvinistic patriotism.
Odious
(n.) meriting strong dislike or displeasure.
Sciamachy
(n.) an act or instance of fighting a shadow or an imaginary…
17 terms
American Classics Vocabulary
Superfluous
Capitulate
Deprecate
Alacrity
unnecessary, especially through being more than enough
cease to resist an opponent or unwelcome demand; surrender
express disapproval of
brisk and cheerful readiness
Superfluous
unnecessary, especially through being more than enough
Capitulate
cease to resist an opponent or unwelcome demand; surrender
American Classics Honors Vocabulary
privy
levity
supercilious
fractious
(adj.) knowledge of, bet let in on (e.g. privy of, privy to)
(n.) lightness of mind or behavior; flippancy
(adj.) arrogant, snobby, condescending
(adj.) cranky, quarrelsome, unruly
privy
(adj.) knowledge of, bet let in on (e.g. privy of, privy to)
levity
(n.) lightness of mind or behavior; flippancy
150 terms
Vocabulary American Classics H
ruddy
contumely
malefactress
iniquity
having a healthy, reddish color
arrogance; insolence
a female offender against the law
wickedness; sinfulness
ruddy
having a healthy, reddish color
contumely
arrogance; insolence
150 terms
American Classics 11H
Ruddy
Contumely
malefactress
iniquity
Having a healthy reddish color
arrogance; insolence
a female offender against the law
wickedness; sinfulness
Ruddy
Having a healthy reddish color
Contumely
arrogance; insolence
12 terms
american classics honors vocab
privy
levity
supercilious
fractious
adj... to have knowledge of, be let in on... ex: Because he wasn't…
adj... lightness or mind or behavior... ex: The teacher didn't appr…
adj... arrogant, snobby, condescending... ex: The supercilious stud…
adj... cranky, quarrelsome, unruly... ex: The fractious teacher was…
privy
adj... to have knowledge of, be let in on... ex: Because he wasn't…
levity
adj... lightness or mind or behavior... ex: The teacher didn't appr…
American Classics Quiz #1
Denoument
Imagery
Point of View
Hubris
How the plot works itself out in fiction
Something that represents a feeling
Position from which story is being told
Self-inflated pride that leads to disaster or doom
Denoument
How the plot works itself out in fiction
Imagery
Something that represents a feeling
24 terms
American Classics AuthorsFle
Facing It
Apple Picking
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
Because I could not stop for death, Af…
Yusef Komanyaka
Robert Frost
Ambrose Bierce
Emily Dickinson
Facing It
Yusef Komanyaka
Apple Picking
Robert Frost
60 terms
American Classics 2
Ostracize
Qualms
Unscrupulous
Nonchalant
to exclude from a group
doubts
lacking morals (scruples)
indifferent
Ostracize
to exclude from a group
Qualms
doubts
70 terms
American Classics Honors
Ostracize
Qualms
Unscrupulous
Nonchalant
To exclude from a group
Doubts; feelings of uneasiness
Lacking morals
Indifferent; as if one doesn't care
Ostracize
To exclude from a group
Qualms
Doubts; feelings of uneasiness
200 terms
American Classics H Vocab
Odious
Sciamachy
Irascible
Jingoism
Meriting strong dislike or displeasure
An act or instance of fighting a shadow or imaginary enemy
Easily provoked to anger
Extreme nationalism; chauvinistic patriotism
Odious
Meriting strong dislike or displeasure
Sciamachy
An act or instance of fighting a shadow or imaginary enemy
6 terms
English American Classics 2
Herman Melville
American Renaissance
Walt Whitman
Emily Dickinson
interested in whaling... wiring stories about his whaling... Be fri…
went through a romantic and foreign movement... American writers…
12 years old became apprentice to a printer when he starts to…
began writing as a teenager... early influenced includes Leonard…
Herman Melville
interested in whaling... wiring stories about his whaling... Be fri…
American Renaissance
went through a romantic and foreign movement... American writers…
10 terms
American Classics H Vocab
Ruddy
Contumely
Malefactress
Iniquity
(n) having a healthy, reddish color
(n) arrogance; insolence
(n) a female offender against the law
(n) wickedness, sinfulness
Ruddy
(n) having a healthy, reddish color
Contumely
(n) arrogance; insolence
26 terms
English-American Classics
Montesquieu
Voltaire
Cotton Mather
Age of Reason
Famous for his articulation of the theory of separation of po…
He believed that people are born free and equal, law should b…
succeeded in inoculation
-
Montesquieu
Famous for his articulation of the theory of separation of po…
Voltaire
He believed that people are born free and equal, law should b…
Vocabulary American Classics H
Privy(adj.)
Levity(n.)
Supercilious(adj.)
Fractious(adj.)
To have knowledge of something or to be let in on something.…
lightness of mind or behavior; flippancy... Sentence: The seriou…
arrogant, snobby, condescending... Sentence: The supercilious pe…
cranky, quarrelsome, unruly... Sentence: The fractious children…
Privy(adj.)
To have knowledge of something or to be let in on something.…
Levity(n.)
lightness of mind or behavior; flippancy... Sentence: The seriou…
18 terms
Classics of American Literature
Drama
Symbolism
Setting
Point of View
An exciting, emotional, or unexpected series of events or set…
The use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities.
Is the time and place in which the story takes place also inc…
The mode of narration that an author employs to let the reade…
Drama
An exciting, emotional, or unexpected series of events or set…
Symbolism
The use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities.
American Classics H Vocab
Exegesis
Sapient
Aberration
Surreptitious
critical explanation or analysis
having great wisdom or dicernment
deviation from what is expected, normal
done by stealth; secret or unauthorized
Exegesis
critical explanation or analysis
Sapient
having great wisdom or dicernment
American Classics Vocabulary
Superfluous
Capitulate
Deprecate
Alacrity
unnecessary, especially through being more than enough
cease to resist an opponent or an unwelcome demand; surrender
express disapproval of
brisk and cheerful readiness
Superfluous
unnecessary, especially through being more than enough
Capitulate
cease to resist an opponent or an unwelcome demand; surrender
American Classics H Vocab
Ruddy
Contumely
Malefactress
Iniquity
(adj) having a healthy, reddish color
(n) arrogance; insolence
(n) a female offender against the law
(n) wickedness, sinfulness
Ruddy
(adj) having a healthy, reddish color
Contumely
(n) arrogance; insolence
American Classics H
Feign
Levity
Riotous
Exempt
To pretend to feel something
A lack of seriousness
Violent
Excused or realeased from duty
Feign
To pretend to feel something
Levity
A lack of seriousness
10 terms
American Classics H Vocab
feign
levity
rioutous
exempt
to pretend to feel something; to fake something
a lack of seriousness; lightness (of mood)
violent and uncontrolled; abundant or exciting
excused or released from a duty
feign
to pretend to feel something; to fake something
levity
a lack of seriousness; lightness (of mood)
American Classics H
Privy
Levity
Supercilious
Fractious
(adj) to have knowledge of, be let in on
(n) lightness of mind or behavior; flippancy
(adj) arrogant, snobby, condescending
(adj) cranky, quarrelsome, unruly
Privy
(adj) to have knowledge of, be let in on
Levity
(n) lightness of mind or behavior; flippancy
150 terms
American Classics H
Quoit
Anlage
Derelict
Feral
flattened ring of iron or rope used in a game
the foundation of a subsequent development
something voluntarily abandoned
of relating to or suggesting a wild beast
Quoit
flattened ring of iron or rope used in a game
Anlage
the foundation of a subsequent development
American Classics Final
"A New England Nun"
"The Open Boat"
"The Soft-Hearted Sioux"
"To Build a Fire"
Written by Mary Wilkins Freeman, Realism- 1891, Fiction/Roman…
By Stephen Crane, Realism- 1897, Fiction/Adventure, character…
By Zitkala-Sa, Realism- 1901, Fiction, characters: boy, mom,…
Jack London, Realism- 1908, Ficition/Adventure, characters: T…
"A New England Nun"
Written by Mary Wilkins Freeman, Realism- 1891, Fiction/Roman…
"The Open Boat"
By Stephen Crane, Realism- 1897, Fiction/Adventure, character…
American Classics Quiz #2
Period of Transcidentalism
Were writers financially well off duri…
What were people looking for in litera…
What origin is Romanticism?
Post 1830s
No
Colonial mindset, nostalgia
European; mostly British
Period of Transcidentalism
Post 1830s
Were writers financially well off duri…
No
52 terms
American Classics #2
Each Lit Period
Hills like White Elephants
American Transcendentalism
Stoicism
American Renaissance =1820-1865... American Realism = 1865-1900…
Woman wants an Abortion... written by : Ernest Hemmingway
A philosophy and Literature movement. A reaction against the…
Accept what fate brings, and find peace by fulfilling one's d…
Each Lit Period
American Renaissance =1820-1865... American Realism = 1865-1900…
Hills like White Elephants
Woman wants an Abortion... written by : Ernest Hemmingway
74 terms
American Classics Exam
Free verse
Imagery
Effective imagery seldom
Onomatopoeia
Poetry that breaks from fixed stanzaic patterns.
Word pictures that appeal to any of the senses. Can be litera…
Appeals to 1 sense only
use of words whose sounds imitate the natural sounds of an ob…
Free verse
Poetry that breaks from fixed stanzaic patterns.
Imagery
Word pictures that appeal to any of the senses. Can be litera…
American Author Classics
The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn
To Kill a Mockingbird
For Whom the Bell Tolls
The Great Gatsby
Mark Twain
Harper Lee
Ernest Hemmingway
F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn
Mark Twain
To Kill a Mockingbird
Harper Lee
31 terms
American classics exam
A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin…
These roses under my window make no re…
I have no accurate knowledge of my age…
After that, when I met with any boy wh…
Emerson Self Reliance
Emerson Self Reliance
Narrative of the Life of Fredrick Douglas
Narrative of the Life of Fredrick Douglas
A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin…
Emerson Self Reliance
These roses under my window make no re…
Emerson Self Reliance
American Classics Authors and Stories
Henry David Thoreau
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Robert E Lee
Abraham Lincoln
Civil Disobedience, ... Why I Went to the Woods,... Why I Left the…
Maxims of Emerson,... Fable,... Self-Reliance
Letter to His Son
Gettysburg Address
Henry David Thoreau
Civil Disobedience, ... Why I Went to the Woods,... Why I Left the…
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Maxims of Emerson,... Fable,... Self-Reliance
36 terms
Midterm american classics
Calvinism 5 thorny points
Justification
Sanctification
Calvinism
1. Sovereignty of God- ultimately powerful over everything, a…
Inward grace, god saving you
Living religious good life no guarantee you will be chosen
Branch of protestantism that follows the theology and theolog…
Calvinism 5 thorny points
1. Sovereignty of God- ultimately powerful over everything, a…
Justification
Inward grace, god saving you
48 terms
American Classics Final
With whom does Sylvia live?
Which of the following best explains S…
The young man Sylvia encounters in the…
Which of the following best describes…
her grandmother
Although she finds the young man appealing and would like the…
He shoots, stuffs, and preserves them.
She is way of him at first, then develops a kind of juvenile…
With whom does Sylvia live?
her grandmother
Which of the following best explains S…
Although she finds the young man appealing and would like the…
17 terms
American Classics Vocabulary Updated
Superfluous
Capitulate
Deprecate
Alacrity
unnecessary, especially through being more than enough
cease to resist an opponent or an unwelcome demand; surrender
express disapproval of
brisk and cheerful readiness
Superfluous
unnecessary, especially through being more than enough
Capitulate
cease to resist an opponent or an unwelcome demand; surrender
American Classics Final Exam
flat character
round character
framed narrative
dynamic character
two-dimensional in that they are relatively uncomplicated and…
complex and undergo development ... work: cathedral. The narrat…
a secondary story or stories embedded in the main story. A st…
someone who undergoes an important, interal chang because of…
flat character
two-dimensional in that they are relatively uncomplicated and…
round character
complex and undergo development ... work: cathedral. The narrat…
RIP American Classics
Cell
Prokaryotic
Eukaryotic
Animal Cell
The fundamental unit of life.
Relatively small, simple cells.... Do not have membrane-bound nu…
Parted into fundamental components called organelles.... Organel…
Have no cell wall + only a plasma membrane.
Cell
The fundamental unit of life.
Prokaryotic
Relatively small, simple cells.... Do not have membrane-bound nu…
American comfort classics
What kind of gravy is served on the co…
What is the only classic to come serve…
What kind of gravy is served on the me…
What toppings can go on a chili mac an…
White gravy
Meatloaf
Brown gravy
Shredded cheddar cheese and white onions garnished with a gri…
What kind of gravy is served on the co…
White gravy
What is the only classic to come serve…
Meatloaf
1 of 10