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English Literature U. 4
1625-1660
John Milton
John Milton
John Bunyan
years for the Puritan Age
the greatest poet of the Puritan Age and the second greatest…
produced England's greatest epic
the greatest prose writer of the Puritan Age
1625-1660
years for the Puritan Age
John Milton
the greatest poet of the Puritan Age and the second greatest…
English/Literature 4
acclamation
bucolic
calumniate
Chary
(n.) a shout; an overwhelming verbal vote of approval.
(adj.) characteristic of the countryside, rural; relating to…
(V.) to slander; accuse falsely and maliciously
(adj.) extremely cautious, hesitant, or slow (to); reserved,…
acclamation
(n.) a shout; an overwhelming verbal vote of approval.
bucolic
(adj.) characteristic of the countryside, rural; relating to…
Literature in English #4
T. S. Eliot
Ralph Ellison
Elmer Gantry
Ralph Waldo Emerson
-An English author of the 20th century, born and raised in th…
-An American author of the 20th century best-known for the bo…
-A novel by Sinclair Lewis ... -The title character is a success…
-An American lecturer and author of the 19th century... -A leade…
T. S. Eliot
-An English author of the 20th century, born and raised in th…
Ralph Ellison
-An American author of the 20th century best-known for the bo…
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English Literature Quiz 4
Rhyme
Rhythm
Meter
Soliloquy
correspondence of sounds
regular recurrence of sound
measured rhythm of poem
a speech by one character alone
Rhyme
correspondence of sounds
Rhythm
regular recurrence of sound
English 4 Exam: Literature
commercial fiction
interpretive fiction
fiction
fable
this literature allows the reader to "forget problems" or esc…
this reading provides "understanding" by illuminating or enha…
name for stories made up and imagines. Stories use invention…
brief, often humorous narrative told to illustrate a moral. T…
commercial fiction
this literature allows the reader to "forget problems" or esc…
interpretive fiction
this reading provides "understanding" by illuminating or enha…
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World Literature (English 4)
"Subha" by Rabindranath Tagore... Why is…
What does the passage reveal about gen…
Which archetype does Persephone exempl…
"Women on the Breadlines" by Meridel L…
It means "sweetly speaking," and the girl cannot speak.
Women work in the kitchen to prepare meals but are humble abo…
Ingénue
Women are suffering, and there doesn't seem to be any relief…
"Subha" by Rabindranath Tagore... Why is…
It means "sweetly speaking," and the girl cannot speak.
What does the passage reveal about gen…
Women work in the kitchen to prepare meals but are humble abo…
AP English Literature #4
Onomatopoeia
Allegory
Ballad
Hyperbole
A word that sounds like its action
A story that is symbolic (ex: Fairy pilgrims progress, allego…
Narrative poem ie written in quatrains, interlocking rhyme sc…
Figure of speech with an exaggerated statement (type of irony)
Onomatopoeia
A word that sounds like its action
Allegory
A story that is symbolic (ex: Fairy pilgrims progress, allego…
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English Literature - Irony = 4
verbal
Dramatic
situational 1
situational 2
spoken
narrator and reader knowledge
Discrepancy between spoken and occurrence in the story
Discrepancy in what is logically expected
verbal
spoken
Dramatic
narrator and reader knowledge
30 terms
10.4 English Literature
indebt
romaunt
canterbury
enliven
v. 使负债,使受恩惠... I am greatly indebted to you for your help.
n. 传奇故事
n. 乐谱架
v. 使有生气... the wartime routine was enlivened by a series of conc…
indebt
v. 使负债,使受恩惠... I am greatly indebted to you for your help.
romaunt
n. 传奇故事
English literature 4/6
Eulogy
Euphemism
Exclamatory sentence
Expletive
A formal speech praising a person who has died
An indirect less offensive way of saying something that us co…
A sentence expressing string feeling usually punctuated with…
An interjection to lend emphasis sometimes a profanity
Eulogy
A formal speech praising a person who has died
Euphemism
An indirect less offensive way of saying something that us co…
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AP English Literature/ 4
Comity
Comestible
Ephemeral
Temporal
Courtesy and considerate behavior towards others
Edible
Lasting for a very short time
Secular; relating to worldly affairs
Comity
Courtesy and considerate behavior towards others
Comestible
Edible
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English Literature - Vocabulary 4
Phantasm
Paltry
Gossamer
Congenial
A figment of the imagination; an illusion or apprition
Of a small or meager portion
A fine, filmy substance; something that is very light, thin,…
Pleasant because of personality, qualities, or interests, sim…
Phantasm
A figment of the imagination; an illusion or apprition
Paltry
Of a small or meager portion
English 4 Elements of Literature
Imagery
Hyperbole
Understatement
Symbolism
Language that conveys images
An obvious over-exaggeration
Saying less than what is really meant
A person, place, thing, or event in a literary work that repr…
Imagery
Language that conveys images
Hyperbole
An obvious over-exaggeration
English Literature test 4
What literary form is used in the foll…
What literary device points out an unu…
What group of poets were Royalists who…
What group of poets were interested in…
couplet
metaphysical conceit
Cavalier Poets
metaphysical poets
What literary form is used in the foll…
couplet
What literary device points out an unu…
metaphysical conceit
184 terms
Close Reading AP English Literature (AP 4)
Inference
Archetype
Antagonist
Protagonist
opinion with evidence to support
an original pattern or model from which all other things of t…
person who opposes the protagonist
the hero or main character
Inference
opinion with evidence to support
Archetype
an original pattern or model from which all other things of t…
82 terms
English Literature Unit 4
1625-1660
Puritans
John Milton
John Milton
The Age of the Puritans
believed that Christians should live a pure and holy life
the greatest poet of the Age of the Puritans
second greatest writer in English literature
1625-1660
The Age of the Puritans
Puritans
believed that Christians should live a pure and holy life
English literature unit 4
Affiliated
Ascertain
Attainment
Bequeath
Associated, connected
To find out
An accomplishment; the act of achieving
To give or pass on as an inheritance
Affiliated
Associated, connected
Ascertain
To find out
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English Literature Unit 4
Utopia
The Book of Martyrs
The Faerie Queen
Doctor Faustus
Sir Thomas More
John Foxe
Edmund Spenser
Christopher Marlowe
Utopia
Sir Thomas More
The Book of Martyrs
John Foxe
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English Literature Terms 4
Alliteration
Assonance
Blank Verse
Couplet
The repetition of the initial consonant. There should be at l…
The repetition of the same vowel sound either at the beginnin…
A poem that does not use rhyme
2 line poem that has an end rhyme
Alliteration
The repetition of the initial consonant. There should be at l…
Assonance
The repetition of the same vowel sound either at the beginnin…
10 terms
#4 English American Literature
Torrid
Despondent
Altercation
Fortify
Describes something that is giving off intense heat or is pas…
Describes someone who is feeling sad and hopeless
An argument, dispute
To strengthen
Torrid
Describes something that is giving off intense heat or is pas…
Despondent
Describes someone who is feeling sad and hopeless
15 terms
AP English Literature #4
Onomatopoeia
Allegory
Ballad
Hyperbole
A word that sounds like its action
A story that is symbolic (ex: Fairy pilgrims progress, allego…
Narrative poem ie written in quatrains, interlocking rhyme sc…
Figure of speech with an exaggerated statement (type of irony)
Onomatopoeia
A word that sounds like its action
Allegory
A story that is symbolic (ex: Fairy pilgrims progress, allego…
12 terms
Ap English Literature Week 4
Epitaph
Euphemism
Euphony
Explicit
Lines that commemorate the dead at their burial place
A word or phrase that takes the place of a harsh, unpleasant,…
When sounds blend together harmoniously
To say or write something directly and clearly
Epitaph
Lines that commemorate the dead at their burial place
Euphemism
A word or phrase that takes the place of a harsh, unpleasant,…
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English Literature, Period 4
What was the name of the fourth Englis…
When was the fourth English period?
What were the main themes of victorian…
1832: The Reform Bill
Victorianism
1832-1901
Victorian authors entertained middle-class readers with a mix…
1832: The Reform Bill and the Act of 1867 guaranteed more gen…
What was the name of the fourth Englis…
Victorianism
When was the fourth English period?
1832-1901
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AP English Literature Terms #4
Apostrophe
Couplet
Dramatic monologue
Epistolary
Speaker breaks off from addressing one party and addresses a…
A couplet is a pair of lines of metre in poetry. Couplets usu…
Is a type of poetry written in the form of a speech of an ind…
Relating to or denoting the writing of letters or literary wo…
Apostrophe
Speaker breaks off from addressing one party and addresses a…
Couplet
A couplet is a pair of lines of metre in poetry. Couplets usu…
20 terms
English Literature CLEP preparation 4
What is the greatest piece of literatu…
Christina Rossetti
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Wilkie Collins
The Bible: 66 books written over 1,500 years.
Works: ... ~"Goblins Market and other poems"... ~"When I am dead, m…
Works: ... ~"The Portrait" ... ~"The blessed Damozel" ... Painter and…
Works:... ~The Lady in White ... ~The Moonstone ... Influenced Dickens
What is the greatest piece of literatu…
The Bible: 66 books written over 1,500 years.
Christina Rossetti
Works: ... ~"Goblins Market and other poems"... ~"When I am dead, m…
15 terms
AP English Literature - Vocab #4
anachronistic
antithesis
arcane
bereft
pertaining to something that is not in its correct historical…
a person or thing that is the direct opposite of someone or s…
understood by few; mysterious or secret
deprived of or lacking something, especially a non-material a…
anachronistic
pertaining to something that is not in its correct historical…
antithesis
a person or thing that is the direct opposite of someone or s…
54 terms
English Literature: units 1-4
short story
plot
theme
setting
is an imaginative prose narrative written to give the reader…
who make it happen
what it means
the time, place, and general background
short story
is an imaginative prose narrative written to give the reader…
plot
who make it happen
English I - Literature Vocabulary #4
consternation
consummate
contaminate
contemptuous
fear; bewilderment
(1) complete or perfect ~ (2) very skillful
pollute; poison
scornful
consternation
fear; bewilderment
consummate
(1) complete or perfect ~ (2) very skillful
15 terms
AP English Literature Allusions #4
Stealing Someone's Thunder
Witch Hunt
Throw Down the Gauntlet
The Muses
-17th century playwright John Dennis invented sound effect of…
-1692 in Salem, Massachusetts: hysteria about supposed witche…
-in medieval times, if a knight wanted to challenge another k…
-Greek mythology: nine goddesses who presided over the arts-g…
Stealing Someone's Thunder
-17th century playwright John Dennis invented sound effect of…
Witch Hunt
-1692 in Salem, Massachusetts: hysteria about supposed witche…
770 terms
English Literature
abstract
adage
allegory
alliteration
An abbreviated synopsis of a longer work of scholarship or re…
A saying or proverb containing a truth based on experience an…
A story in which the narrative or characters carry an underly…
The repetition of one or more initial consonants in a group o…
abstract
An abbreviated synopsis of a longer work of scholarship or re…
adage
A saying or proverb containing a truth based on experience an…
16 terms
English 11A British Literature Terms 4
Argument
Counterargument
Drama
Essay
an ... is a speech or writing that expresses a position on an…
a ... anticipates opposing viewpoints and refutes them
a type of literature that was intended to be acted out in fro…
an ... is a brief work of nonfiction that offers an opinion o…
Argument
an ... is a speech or writing that expresses a position on an…
Counterargument
a ... anticipates opposing viewpoints and refutes them
Abeka English Literature Test 4
Greatest of the Metaphysical poets
The greatest prose writer of the Purit…
Poem that addresses God
A literary form in which a complete th…
John Donne
John Bunyan
"Peace"
Couplet
Greatest of the Metaphysical poets
John Donne
The greatest prose writer of the Purit…
John Bunyan
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English Literature Vocab Unit 4
Affable
Aggrandize
Amorphous
Archetype
(adj.) friendly, good natured, or easy to talk to.
(v.) increase the power, status, or or wealth of.
(adj.) without a clearly designed shape or form.
(n.) a recurrent symbol or motifs in literature, art, or myth…
Affable
(adj.) friendly, good natured, or easy to talk to.
Aggrandize
(v.) increase the power, status, or or wealth of.
English Literature
Cliffhanger
Chekhov's Gun
Periphrasis
Aphorism
A Narrative that ends unresolved to draw the audience back to…
Insertion of an apparently irrelevant object early in a narra…
It is a stylistic device that can be defined as the use of ex…
Concise statement that contains a cleverly stated subject tru…
Cliffhanger
A Narrative that ends unresolved to draw the audience back to…
Chekhov's Gun
Insertion of an apparently irrelevant object early in a narra…
28 terms
English Literature Test (unit 4)
Who was the greatest Metaphysical poet?
Who was the greatest prose writer of t…
Who does the poet address in "Peace"?
Define couplet
John Donne
John Bunyan
God
two rhyming lines which express a complete thought
Who was the greatest Metaphysical poet?
John Donne
Who was the greatest prose writer of t…
John Bunyan
91 terms
English Literature voca4
conceal
autobiography
corrupt
cultivate
감추다, 숨기다
자서전
부패한, 비도덕적인
구축하다, 기르다
conceal
감추다, 숨기다
autobiography
자서전
20 terms
English literature unit 4 vocabulary
Pens
Tract
Ten
Ject
To hang
To pull; move
To stretch; hold
To throw
Pens
To hang
Tract
To pull; move
English 4 Final: Literature Devices
What is the following picture an examp…
A narrative poem created by a poet in…
The use of humor, irony, exaggeration,…
An imitation of a particular writer, a…
A) Satire... B) Overstatement ... C) Understatement... D) Parody
What is a Literary Ballad?
What is Satire?
What is Parody?
What is the following picture an examp…
A) Satire... B) Overstatement ... C) Understatement... D) Parody
A narrative poem created by a poet in…
What is a Literary Ballad?
Abeka English Literature Test 4
Donne
Bunyan
Peace
Couplet
Best-known of the Metaphysical poets
The greatest prose writer of the age
Poem that addresses God
A complete thought is expressed in two rhyming lines
Donne
Best-known of the Metaphysical poets
Bunyan
The greatest prose writer of the age
113 terms
Abeka English Literature Unit 4
A Procession of Queen Elizabeth I
Robert Peake the Elder
English Reformation, English Renaissan…
Reformation
painting that shows the splendor of the Elizabethan Age
painter of A Procession of Queen Elizabeth I
four terms for the period from the end of the fifteenth centu…
It is significant that the Renaissance came at the same time…
A Procession of Queen Elizabeth I
painting that shows the splendor of the Elizabethan Age
Robert Peake the Elder
painter of A Procession of Queen Elizabeth I
AP English Literature Vocabulary 4
prose
repetition
rhetoric
rhetorical modes
fiction and nonfiction, including all of its forms
the duplication, either exact or approximate, of any element…
the principles governing the art of writing effectively, eloq…
the variety, the conventions, and the purposes of the major k…
prose
fiction and nonfiction, including all of its forms
repetition
the duplication, either exact or approximate, of any element…
20 terms
ENGLISH LITERATURE
Lewis Carroll
Agatha Christie
William Shakespeare
Geoffrey Chaucer
He was an English writer, mathematician, logician, Anglican d…
She was an English crime novelist, short story writer and pla…
He was an English poet, playwright, and actor, widely regarde…
He is known as the Father of English literature, is widely co…
Lewis Carroll
He was an English writer, mathematician, logician, Anglican d…
Agatha Christie
She was an English crime novelist, short story writer and pla…
16 terms
English 3-4 Literature Terms
Antagonist
Protagonist
Conflict
Internal Conflict
Opposing force to a protagonist
Major character
The problem
Personal Decision
Antagonist
Opposing force to a protagonist
Protagonist
Major character
AP English Literature Terminology #4
English Sonnet
Enjambment
Epic Simile
Euphony
14 lines, iambic pentameter
The breaking of a syntatic unit over two lines
Detailed comparison
Pleasant sounds in language
English Sonnet
14 lines, iambic pentameter
Enjambment
The breaking of a syntatic unit over two lines
6 terms
English Literature Period 4
What is the name of the Period?
When was the Period?
"Marley was dead: to begin with. There…
What or who is David Copperfield?
The Victorian Age
1832-1901
'A Christmas Carol'
The eighth novel by Charles Dickens. Many elements of the nov…
What is the name of the Period?
The Victorian Age
When was the Period?
1832-1901
English Literature Unit 4
Who believed that Christians should li…
Who is the greatest poet of the Purita…
What is England's greatest epic?
Who wrote Paradise Lost?
Puritans
John Milton
Paradise Lost
John Milton
Who believed that Christians should li…
Puritans
Who is the greatest poet of the Purita…
John Milton
19 terms
English Literature Unit 4 Poetry
Poetry
Rhyme
Rhythm
Repetition
A type of literature in which the rythms and sounds of words…
The repetition of sounds at the ends of words such as pool, r…
The beat created by the pattern of stressed and unstressed sy…
Use of any element of language a sound, word, phrase, clause,…
Poetry
A type of literature in which the rythms and sounds of words…
Rhyme
The repetition of sounds at the ends of words such as pool, r…
15 terms
Abeka English Literature Quiz 4
Rhyme
Rhythm
Meter
Blank verse
The correspondance of sounds
The regular recurrence of sounds
Measured rhythm of a poem
Unrhymed iambic pentameter
Rhyme
The correspondance of sounds
Rhythm
The regular recurrence of sounds
212 terms
English Literature Unit 4 (Renna)
the romantic movement begins in ______…
The romantic movement was part of the…
What are the two sub-groups within the…
Transcendentalism occurred only in ___…
europe/north america
counter-enlightenment
transcendentalism and Gothic
North America
the romantic movement begins in ______…
europe/north america
The romantic movement was part of the…
counter-enlightenment
22 terms
English Unit 4 Literature Terms
Stanza
Verse
Rhyme
Rhythm
is a group of lines that work together to express a central i…
narrative poem tells a _________
sound devices - is the repetition of sounds at the ends of wo…
a beat also helps support a poems meaning and shape its struc…
Stanza
is a group of lines that work together to express a central i…
Verse
narrative poem tells a _________
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