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"Two Kinds" Short Story
reproach
mesmerizing
reverie
lamented
TO FIND FAULT WITH; BLAME
Hypnotizing
daydream
expressed grief or sorrow
reproach
TO FIND FAULT WITH; BLAME
mesmerizing
Hypnotizing
21 terms
Two Kinds Short Story Question
Amy Tan.
Jing Mei and her mother.
Who is the author of Two Kinds?
Who are the main characters?
Amy Tan.
Who is the author of Two Kinds?
Jing Mei and her mother.
Who are the main characters?
12 terms
Two Kinds -short story
prodigy
reproach
mesmerizing
sauciness
(n) child of usually high talent
(n) disgrace, blame
(adj) hypnotizing
(n) liveliness, boldness spirit
prodigy
(n) child of usually high talent
reproach
(n) disgrace, blame
Short Story: Two Kinds
author
setting
characters
plot
amy tan
where: america... When:
Jing-mei: expected to be a prodigy, didn't want to... mother: lo…
...
author
amy tan
setting
where: america... When:
Two Kinds - SHORT STORY
What was the girl's name?
What did her mother believe?
What happened to her mother in 1949?
What did her mom first think she could…
Nikan
You can be anything and do anything in America.
She lost everything in China: Her husband, Her twins, and her…
A chinese shirley temple
What was the girl's name?
Nikan
What did her mother believe?
You can be anything and do anything in America.
21 terms
Two Kinds Short Story Question
Amy Tan.
5.
19.
Jing Mei and her mother.
Who is the author of Two Kinds?
How many best seller novels has Amy Tan written?
How many writing awards has Amy Tan won?
Who are the main characters?
Amy Tan.
Who is the author of Two Kinds?
5.
How many best seller novels has Amy Tan written?
7 terms
English 2 short story
imperceptibly (adv)
furtively (adv)
apathy (n)
encroaching (adj)
so slowly or slightly as to be barely noticeable
secretively; sneakily
lack of interest or emotion
intruding on, especially in a gradual manner
imperceptibly (adv)
so slowly or slightly as to be barely noticeable
furtively (adv)
secretively; sneakily
English short story 2
Yellow wall paper
Protagonist
Antagonist
Exposition
Gilman
Wife jana
Husband john, sister in law jenny
Colonial England
Yellow wall paper
Gilman
Protagonist
Wife jana
13 terms
English short story 2
Immutable
Peripheral
Philistine
Pious
Never changing
On edge; unimportant
One who lacks culture or taste
Religious; devount
Immutable
Never changing
Peripheral
On edge; unimportant
15 terms
English short story 2
Cliché
Climax
Conflicts
Internal conflict
A word or phrase often a figure speech that has become lifele…
That point in a plot that creates the greatest intensity susp…
The struggle between opposing forces or characters in the story
Involving opposing forces within a persons mind
Cliché
A word or phrase often a figure speech that has become lifele…
Climax
That point in a plot that creates the greatest intensity susp…
54 terms
English Short Story #2
imagery types
allegory
motif
different types of irony
Visual ... Tactile... gustatory... aural... olfactory
all the characters, actions and events in the story stand for…
a reccuring thematic element
verbal... dramatic... simple/situation
imagery types
Visual ... Tactile... gustatory... aural... olfactory
allegory
all the characters, actions and events in the story stand for…
48 terms
English 2 Short Story Review
Short Story
Short Story
Elements of a Short Story
External conflict
Doesn't have deeply complex characters
Doesn't have a complicated plot
Plot, setting, conflict, resolution, theme, characters
struggle between two characters, between an individual and a…
Short Story
Doesn't have deeply complex characters
Short Story
Doesn't have a complicated plot
10 terms
CJHS English 8 Short Story List #2
acute
authentic
compensation
derision
(adjective) keen; sharp; sensitive
(adjective) genuine; real
(noun) something, such as money, received as payment
(noun) contempt; ridicule; mockery
acute
(adjective) keen; sharp; sensitive
authentic
(adjective) genuine; real
English Short Story #2
warrens
titanic
paranoia
tremulous
a place where rabbits breed or abound; a building or area con…
of or containing titanium, especially in the trivalent state
base less or excessive suspicion of the motives of others
characterized bu trembling, as from fear, nervousness, or wea…
warrens
a place where rabbits breed or abound; a building or area con…
titanic
of or containing titanium, especially in the trivalent state
5 terms
English short story 2
Preclude
Impunity
Accost
Explicit
Prevent from happening
Exemption from punishment or loss or escape from fines
Approach and address
Stated clearly in detail
Preclude
Prevent from happening
Impunity
Exemption from punishment or loss or escape from fines
19 terms
Two Kinds Short Story Question
Amy Tan.
Jing Mei and her mother.
Famous in America.
Shirley Temple.
Who is the author of Two Kinds?
Who are the main characters?
What does Jing Mei's mother want her to become?
Who did Jing Mei and her mother watch for training on how to…
Amy Tan.
Who is the author of Two Kinds?
Jing Mei and her mother.
Who are the main characters?
English short story 2
proffered
maligned
dubiously
marred
to hold somthing out to somebody go ghzt it can be taken or g…
harmful or evil in nature, effect, or intention
not sure about an outcome or conclusion
to spoil or detract from something
proffered
to hold somthing out to somebody go ghzt it can be taken or g…
maligned
harmful or evil in nature, effect, or intention
37 terms
English: short story #2
point-of-view
first person narrator
pros of first person narrator
cons of first person narrator
the way in which the story is told
story is told from main characters point of view
you get to know and understand the main character better
the first person could be unreliable, insane or naïve
point-of-view
the way in which the story is told
first person narrator
story is told from main characters point of view
two kinds and bass short story
fiasco
nonchalantly
dawdled
listlessly
out of control
without interest; or concern
waisted time
without energy or interest
fiasco
out of control
nonchalantly
without interest; or concern
Short Story English 2 Assessment
protagonist
antagonist
Speaker
First Person point of view
The central character of a literary work.
The character who opposes the main character.
The voice that is speaking in a piece of literature
uses pronouns "I" and "Me"
protagonist
The central character of a literary work.
antagonist
The character who opposes the main character.
46 terms
English 2 Short Stories
Jack Finney
W. W. Jacobs
Saki (H. H. Munro)
3rd person limited
Author of The Contents of a Dead Man's Pocket
Author of Monkey's Paw
Author of The Open Window
Monkey's Paw point of view
Jack Finney
Author of The Contents of a Dead Man's Pocket
W. W. Jacobs
Author of Monkey's Paw
22 terms
English 2 short stories
prodigy
listlessly
mesmerizing
discordant
child having extraordinary talent
without energy or interest
fascinating
clashing, not harmonious
prodigy
child having extraordinary talent
listlessly
without energy or interest
10 terms
English Short Stories 2
Aesthetic
Doleful
Fervent
Procure
adj. pleasing to the eye
adj. sad, depressed, full of sorrow
adj. having or showing great enthusiasm
v. to obtain something
Aesthetic
adj. pleasing to the eye
Doleful
adj. sad, depressed, full of sorrow
Short Story Vocabulary: Two Kinds
debut
discordant
encore
fiasco
first public performance or showing
having a disagreeable or clashing sound
a repeated or additional performance
a complete failure
debut
first public performance or showing
discordant
having a disagreeable or clashing sound
20 terms
English short story 2
Author of "The Bass, The River, and Sh…
Author of "Boys and Girls"
Author of "The First Seven Years"
Author of "Where Have You Gone, Charmi…
W.D. Wetherell
Alice Munro
Bernard Malamud
Tim O'Brien
Author of "The Bass, The River, and Sh…
W.D. Wetherell
Author of "Boys and Girls"
Alice Munro
English short story 2
Preclude
Imputy
Immolation
Abscond
To make impossible especially to a taking action in advance
Freedom from penalty or harm
Death or destruction
To go away suddenly and secretly
Preclude
To make impossible especially to a taking action in advance
Imputy
Freedom from penalty or harm
22 terms
English 2 short stories
Plot
Exposition
Rising action
Climax
The series of events that make up the story or drama/play.
The part of a work of fiction where readers learn about the c…
The suspense builds because complications arise that make the…
Or the turning point of the action, this is when the reader's…
Plot
The series of events that make up the story or drama/play.
Exposition
The part of a work of fiction where readers learn about the c…
17 terms
English 2 Short Stories
The Fly
The Mastique of Red Death
The Devil And Tom Walker
Wine on the Desert
Katharine Mansfield
Edgar Allen Poe
Washington Irving
Max Brand
The Fly
Katharine Mansfield
The Mastique of Red Death
Edgar Allen Poe
43 terms
English 2 short stories
prodigy
listlessly
mesmerizing
discordant
child having extraordinary talent
without energy or interest
fascinating
clashing, not harmonious
prodigy
child having extraordinary talent
listlessly
without energy or interest
English Short Story Vocab 2
Cunning
Baited
Blatant
Cornice
Cleverness
Tormented, harrassed
Clear and obvious
Horizontal molding at the top of building
Cunning
Cleverness
Baited
Tormented, harrassed
20 terms
English short stories 2
author of night
emaciated
avidly
meager
Elie Wiesel
Extremely thin
Eagerly
inadequate in amount or quantity
author of night
Elie Wiesel
emaciated
Extremely thin
25 terms
English Short Stories 2
inaugurate
exhilarate
paraphernalia
squander
to make formal begging of
to make merry or lively
articles needed for a particular event or activity
to spend or use wastefully
inaugurate
to make formal begging of
exhilarate
to make merry or lively
english: short stories #2
veto
importunity
incessantly
prolong
command against
insistent solicitation and entreaty
without interruption
lengthen in time; cause to be or last longer
veto
command against
importunity
insistent solicitation and entreaty
20 terms
English 2(short stories)
Adorn
Coddle
Assuage
Surreptitious
...
...
...
...
Adorn
...
Coddle
...
English Short Story List 2
assonance
connotation
diction
fable
2 or more words that repeat the same vowel but start with dif…
a different meaning of the word-- not the dictionary definition
the choice and use of words in a piece of writing
a short tale that teaches a moral lesson
assonance
2 or more words that repeat the same vowel but start with dif…
connotation
a different meaning of the word-- not the dictionary definition
23 terms
English 2 Short Story Vocabulary
opulent
vicissitude
sallow
malice
ostentatiously rich and luxurious or lavish.... Because the mov…
a change of circumstances or fortune, typically one that is u…
(of a person's face or complexion) of an unhealthy yellow or…
the intention or desire to do evil; ill will.... His __________…
opulent
ostentatiously rich and luxurious or lavish.... Because the mov…
vicissitude
a change of circumstances or fortune, typically one that is u…
33 terms
English Short Story Vocab 2
afflicted
forestall
abandonment
aquiver
tortured, tormented; affected by serious illness or pain
to prevent something from happening
with careless freedom or ease; without inhibition
quivering ; shaking
afflicted
tortured, tormented; affected by serious illness or pain
forestall
to prevent something from happening
18 terms
English 2 short story vocab
Doughty
Prosaic
Avaricious
Furtively
Brave
Ordinary
Greedy for riches
Secretive
Doughty
Brave
Prosaic
Ordinary
English short story 2 vocabulary
Motley 1.
Impunity 1.
Immolation 1.
Abscond 1.
The costume of a court jester
Freedom from penalty or harm
Death or distruction
To go away suddenly and secretly
Motley 1.
The costume of a court jester
Impunity 1.
Freedom from penalty or harm
20 terms
English Short Story Vocab 2
Inevitable
Incandescent
Dubious
Furtive
Adj; Not to be avoided
Adj; Shining brightly; white hot
Adj; doubtful
Adj; Stealthy; secretive
Inevitable
Adj; Not to be avoided
Incandescent
Adj; Shining brightly; white hot
37 terms
English 2 short story vocab
Profusely
Boisterous
Reprimand
Paraphernalia
Exhibiting great abundance
Very noisy and active in a lively way
A severe or formal criticism
Objects that are used to do a particular activity
Profusely
Exhibiting great abundance
Boisterous
Very noisy and active in a lively way
10 terms
English Short story vocab 2
Admonish
Akimbo
Lassitude
Licentious
v. - to caution, advise, or counsel against something; mildly…
adj. - with hand on hip and elbow bent outward
n. - weariness of body or mind from strain, oppressive climat…
adj. - sexually unrestrained; lascivious; libertine; lewd; im…
Admonish
v. - to caution, advise, or counsel against something; mildly…
Akimbo
adj. - with hand on hip and elbow bent outward
14 terms
English short story vocab (2)
Seldom
Reluctant
Summoned
Endear
Not often rarely (infrequent, not common) adv./adj.
Unwilling and hesitant; disinclined (unenthusiastic, resistan…
urgently call on someone to be present, especially as a defen…
Cause to be loved or liked (captivate) v.
Seldom
Not often rarely (infrequent, not common) adv./adj.
Reluctant
Unwilling and hesitant; disinclined (unenthusiastic, resistan…
19 terms
English short story terms (2)
allusion
conflict
flashback
foreshadowing
a reference to something well known
man vs man/ man vs society/ man vs self/ man vs. nature
fill in information from the past
showing what will happen in the future(a hint or a clue)
allusion
a reference to something well known
conflict
man vs man/ man vs society/ man vs self/ man vs. nature
21 terms
English- Short Story Terms #2
Plot
Plot
Exposition
Exposition
Sequence of events that make the story
Series of events that happen tothe main character(s)
The beginning of the story
establishes the setting of the story
Plot
Sequence of events that make the story
Plot
Series of events that happen tothe main character(s)
27 terms
English short story vocab 2
disconsolate
exorbitant
privation
incessantly
without consolation
exceeding the bounds of custom
the state of being deprived.
continuing without interruption
disconsolate
without consolation
exorbitant
exceeding the bounds of custom
30 terms
English 2 Short Story Terms
Protagonist
Antagonist
Theme
Internal Conflict
The central character in a story, usually the character whom…
The character or force in direct opposition to the protagonist
An author's message or lesson about life, usually demonstrate…
A struggle that takes place entirely within a character (depr…
Protagonist
The central character in a story, usually the character whom…
Antagonist
The character or force in direct opposition to the protagonist
22 terms
English Short Story Vocab #2
scruples (n)
marauder (n)
medley (n)
ominous (adj)
motivation deriving from ethical or moral principles.
someone who roams around looking for things to steel.
a musical composition or a mixture of things.
threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developements; ba…
scruples (n)
motivation deriving from ethical or moral principles.
marauder (n)
someone who roams around looking for things to steel.
21 terms
English 2 (short story) Notes
Characteristics
Elements
Edgar A Poe
Remember****
1. Limited number of characters... 2. Restricted setting... 3. Narr…
narrator, mood/tone, imagery, POV, characterization, setting,…
The father of Short Stories(SS)
meant to be read in one sitting
Characteristics
1. Limited number of characters... 2. Restricted setting... 3. Narr…
Elements
narrator, mood/tone, imagery, POV, characterization, setting,…
English 2 story two kinds by Amy tan
Prodigy
Dainty
Indignity
Reproach
Someone who has extraordinary talent or ability.
Something good to eat ; delicacy
Treatment or circumstances that cause one to feel shame or to…
The expression of disapproval or disappointment
Prodigy
Someone who has extraordinary talent or ability.
Dainty
Something good to eat ; delicacy
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