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15 terms
English: Literature
Old English
Old English
Old English
Old English
Few surviving texts with little xommon
Sometimes reffered to as Anglo-Saxon Literature
The waves of invasion from European continent took place in t…
Julius Caesar crossed the English Chanel and found the land o…
Old English
Few surviving texts with little xommon
Old English
Sometimes reffered to as Anglo-Saxon Literature
5 terms
English literature
Prevalent
Discord
Melancholy
Surmise
Widespread
Lack of agreement or harmony; conflict
Depressing; dismal; gloomy
Infer from little evidence; to guess
Prevalent
Widespread
Discord
Lack of agreement or harmony; conflict
10 terms
English (Literature)
What type of conflict does the story r…
Who was the Protagonist and the Antago…
What was the first clue to the true id…
How was the conflict resolved?
Man vs. Man
Jesse Dark is the Protagonist... Miss Hinch is the Antagonist
An old woman addressing the man as a priest instead of a mini…
Jesse Dark was killed by a train.
What type of conflict does the story r…
Man vs. Man
Who was the Protagonist and the Antago…
Jesse Dark is the Protagonist... Miss Hinch is the Antagonist
42 terms
English Literature
Abschnitt
Tagebuch
Roman
Krimi
paragraph
diary
novel
murder mystery
Abschnitt
paragraph
Tagebuch
diary
14 terms
English literature
Theme of lonliness qoutes
Theme of Loneliness analysis
George character qoutes
George character analysis
"Guys like us that work on ranches are the lonliest guys"... "Fe…
- George and Lennie are wandering workers ... - Soledad is a pla…
"Every part of him defined"
-gives an impression of intelligence ... - like a quick witted a…
Theme of lonliness qoutes
"Guys like us that work on ranches are the lonliest guys"... "Fe…
Theme of Loneliness analysis
- George and Lennie are wandering workers ... - Soledad is a pla…
English literature
Iambic pentameter
Blank verse
Alliteration
Allegory
A line of ten syllables divided into alternating one stressed…
Unrhymed iambic pentameter
Words in close proximity begin with the same letter or sound
Extended metaphor/parallel meaning
Iambic pentameter
A line of ten syllables divided into alternating one stressed…
Blank verse
Unrhymed iambic pentameter
14 terms
English Literature
Ben Jonson
John Donne
Johnathan Swift
Alexander Pope
Renaissance Writer... work: "Song to Celia"
Enlightenment Writer... Founder of metaphysical poetry... works: "T…
Enlightenment Writer... Works: Gulliver's Travels, "A Modest Pro…
Enlightenment Writer... Works: "an essay on criticism"; "an essa…
Ben Jonson
Renaissance Writer... work: "Song to Celia"
John Donne
Enlightenment Writer... Founder of metaphysical poetry... works: "T…
30 terms
English literature
Le Morte d'Arthur
Utopia
Advancement of Learning
Volpone
Thomas Malory
Thomas More
Francis Bacon
Ben Jonson
Le Morte d'Arthur
Thomas Malory
Utopia
Thomas More
19 terms
English Literature
satire
satiric norm
mock epic
wit
genre in literature with the intent of shaming individuals, c…
the use of irony or sarcasm inverse or prose
poetry draws heavily on satire "mock original subject" - Rape…
resemblance of ideas, likeness of ideas - writings should giv…
satire
genre in literature with the intent of shaming individuals, c…
satiric norm
the use of irony or sarcasm inverse or prose
8 terms
English literature
degrading
perseverance
critic
dissenter
causing a loss of self-respect; humiliating
continued effort to do or achieve something despite difficult…
someone who judges
someone who disagrees with the beliefs or opinion of the majo…
degrading
causing a loss of self-respect; humiliating
perseverance
continued effort to do or achieve something despite difficult…
15 terms
English literature
El ánimo
El chisme
La cita (a ciegas)
El compromismo
Spirit;mood
Gossip
(Blind) date
Commitment;responsibility;engagement
El ánimo
Spirit;mood
El chisme
Gossip
10 terms
English/ Literature
Percussion
Perennial
Permeate
Persevere
1. The Sharp striking of one thing against another... 2. Instrum…
1. Lasting for an indefinitely long time... 2. Continuing regula…
1. To penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout
1. To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps or obs…
Percussion
1. The Sharp striking of one thing against another... 2. Instrum…
Perennial
1. Lasting for an indefinitely long time... 2. Continuing regula…
14 terms
English literature
Thackeray
Bronte C.
Bronte E.
Tennyson
Vanity Fair, novel of manner, novel no hero
Jane Eyre, realist fiction, indipendence, shows injustice on…
Wuthering Heights, reader interpret information, liberty by d…
In Memoriam, Maul, doubt and difficulties faith-science-progr…
Thackeray
Vanity Fair, novel of manner, novel no hero
Bronte C.
Jane Eyre, realist fiction, indipendence, shows injustice on…
13 terms
English literature
Declarative
Interrogative
Exclamatory
Imperative
Makes statements that tell somthing, (ends in a full stop) eg…
Ask a question to find out something (ends in ?) eg. "where's…
Express strong feeling, (ends in !) eg. "I hate running!" 😡
Gives a command (tells someone what to do) ends in full stop…
Declarative
Makes statements that tell somthing, (ends in a full stop) eg…
Interrogative
Ask a question to find out something (ends in ?) eg. "where's…
13 terms
English Literature
Allusion
Cliffhanger
flashback
foil
Reference to Another Piece of lit. History, pop culture
no resolution
referring to something in the past.
contrasting characters traits exaggerate the other.
Allusion
Reference to Another Piece of lit. History, pop culture
Cliffhanger
no resolution
260 terms
English || Literature
categorie
narrative
genre
tragedy
Gruppe, Kategorie
Erzählerprosa
Gattung, Genre
Trauerspiel, Tragödie
categorie
Gruppe, Kategorie
narrative
Erzählerprosa
22 terms
English literature
Metaphor
Personification
Allusion
Simile
A direct to other literature
Giving something human qualities
A reference to other literature
"Like" or "as"
Metaphor
A direct to other literature
Personification
Giving something human qualities
13 terms
English literature
poetry
theme
tone
metaphor
a form of literature that uses aesthetic and rhythmic qualiti…
a main idea or an underlying meaning of a literary work that…
a literary compound of composition which encompasses the atti…
a figure of speech identifies something as being the same as…
poetry
a form of literature that uses aesthetic and rhythmic qualiti…
theme
a main idea or an underlying meaning of a literary work that…
71 terms
English Literature
Clown Punk - Simon Armitage
Checking Out Me History - John Agard
Horse Whisperer - Andrew Forster
Medusa - Carol Ann Duffy
An encounter with the eponymous Clown Punk, a tattooed, sligh…
Looking at the way history is taught, and at how we conceive…
When the people who once used his skills turn against him, th…
A woman has been transformed into a Gorgon because of her jea…
Clown Punk - Simon Armitage
An encounter with the eponymous Clown Punk, a tattooed, sligh…
Checking Out Me History - John Agard
Looking at the way history is taught, and at how we conceive…
23 terms
English literature
plot
conflict
flashback
cause and effect
chain of related events in the story
the struggle between opposing forces
account of something that happened before the "real time" of…
when one action leads to another...
plot
chain of related events in the story
conflict
the struggle between opposing forces
English literature
Text
Narrative
Story
Context
The written narrative that tells a bigger story.
The way a story is told (not the actual story)
The events or sequence of events.
Knowledge from outside the text that is necessary to interpre…
Text
The written narrative that tells a bigger story.
Narrative
The way a story is told (not the actual story)
10 terms
English Literature
Hyperbole
Alliteration
Onomatopoeia
Metaphors
Statements that are not meant to be taken literally
David ding-dong ditched the Davis' door.
Buzz, Boing, click clack
My heart's a stereo
Hyperbole
Statements that are not meant to be taken literally
Alliteration
David ding-dong ditched the Davis' door.
36 terms
English literature
alliteration
allusion
antagonist
characterization
repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words or w…
a reference to something well-known that exists outside the l…
the character or thing who attempts to prevent the main chara…
the process by which the writer presents the personal traits…
alliteration
repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words or w…
allusion
a reference to something well-known that exists outside the l…
English Literature
Alliteration
Assonance
Colloquial
Dialect
The first letter of a word is repeated in words that follow;…
The same vowel sound is repeated but the consonants are diffe…
Language that is used in speech with an informal meaning; 'ch…
The version of language spoken by particular people in a part…
Alliteration
The first letter of a word is repeated in words that follow;…
Assonance
The same vowel sound is repeated but the consonants are diffe…
30 terms
English Literature
Narrator
Personification
Succor
Persuasion
character or voice from whose point of view events are related
figure of speech in which human wualities are attributed to a…
aid, relief, help
a type of discourse in which a speaker or writerr tries to co…
Narrator
character or voice from whose point of view events are related
Personification
figure of speech in which human wualities are attributed to a…
20 terms
English Literature
Tag Phrase
Kenning
Frame or box structure
Dream vision
A tag that takes the form of conventional, standard, or formu…
A compound word, expression in old English
A story within a story
Set in a dream, and tire or most of work is symbolic.
Tag Phrase
A tag that takes the form of conventional, standard, or formu…
Kenning
A compound word, expression in old English
22 terms
English Literature
Plot
Exposition
Inciting incident
Climax
Sequence of events that determine the story
Oppositional forces that motivate a plot
The first action that motivates conflict
High point of excitement
Plot
Sequence of events that determine the story
Exposition
Oppositional forces that motivate a plot
11 terms
English literature
Agon
Anagnorisis
Antagonist
Catharsis
A struggle or contest
The point at which the protagonist recognises what he/she has…
The character who struggles against or competes with the prot…
The purging or emotions experienced by the audience when watc…
Agon
A struggle or contest
Anagnorisis
The point at which the protagonist recognises what he/she has…
20 terms
English literature
antagonist
aside
catharsis
climax
the adversary of the hero or protagonist of a drama or other…
words spoken to only be heard to the audience
relieving of emotional tensions
most intense part of a story
antagonist
the adversary of the hero or protagonist of a drama or other…
aside
words spoken to only be heard to the audience
8 terms
English Literature
Humorous
Free verse
Narrative
Lyrical
A poem that is funny and silly.
No rhyme or rhythm with no set pattern.
Tells a story.
Expresses feelings or emotions.
Humorous
A poem that is funny and silly.
Free verse
No rhyme or rhythm with no set pattern.
54 terms
English Literature
Bubonic plague (Black Death)
Chivalry
Christianity
Courtly love
Occured during the 14th century (1348-1350) killed 1/3 of eur…
Grounded in the feudal ideal of loyalty, a complex system of…
Promoted peace, Jesus, humility and peace, spiritual love,
The idea that revering and acting in the name of a lady would…
Bubonic plague (Black Death)
Occured during the 14th century (1348-1350) killed 1/3 of eur…
Chivalry
Grounded in the feudal ideal of loyalty, a complex system of…
20 terms
English Literature
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
Use of characters or events to represent ideas or principals…
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginnings of words.
A reference to a work of literature or a well known character…
A comparison made between two things to show how one is like…
Allegory
Use of characters or events to represent ideas or principals…
Alliteration
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginnings of words.
9 terms
English, literature
"The rat trap"
"The knights of the silver shield"
"The fight with the windmills"
The charge of the light brigade
Selma lagerlöf
Raymond McDonald Alden
Miguel de Cervantes
Alfred,lord Tennyson
"The rat trap"
Selma lagerlöf
"The knights of the silver shield"
Raymond McDonald Alden
75 terms
English Literature
Romantic Age
novel, growth of new romantic stream i…
Samuel Richardson and Lawrence Sterne
Oliver Goldsmith
This period reflected the effects of the American and French…
Two ways manifested by Classicists
They portrayed life in the lower and middle classes
Wrote in praise of the rural life
Romantic Age
This period reflected the effects of the American and French…
novel, growth of new romantic stream i…
Two ways manifested by Classicists
43 terms
English Literature
drama
poetry
narrative prose
genre
Drama, Schauspiel
Lyrik, Poesie
Erzählprosa
Gattung
drama
Drama, Schauspiel
poetry
Lyrik, Poesie
25 terms
English Literature
Elise thinks the play is horrible and…
~ She's offered the lead role in a Bro…
~ She sees no connection among those p…
She turns down the role in a bad play.…
Why does Elise decide she does not want to be in the play?
What opportunities are offered to Elise and her mother? What…
Why do you think Mrs. Wilson was so upset-even depressed-abou…
What action of Elise's reveals the true nature of her charact…
Elise thinks the play is horrible and…
Why does Elise decide she does not want to be in the play?
~ She's offered the lead role in a Bro…
What opportunities are offered to Elise and her mother? What…
13 terms
English Literature
the greatest of the Anglo-Saxon poems…
tells the stories of the ancient marty…
a story in which 29 pilgrims and an in…
translated mean "the death of Arthur,"…
Beowulf
Acts and Monuments of These Latter and Perilous Days/ The Boo…
The Canterbury Tales
Morte D'Arthur
the greatest of the Anglo-Saxon poems…
Beowulf
tells the stories of the ancient marty…
Acts and Monuments of These Latter and Perilous Days/ The Boo…
42 terms
english literature
recreation (n)
mercenary
moral
indignation (n)
trò tiêu khiển
vụ lợi, vì tiền
đạo đức
sự phẫn nộ
recreation (n)
trò tiêu khiển
mercenary
vụ lợi, vì tiền
10 terms
English Literature
Literally devices
Simile
Mood
Onomatopoeia
Simile, mood, onomatopoeia, foreshadowing, dialect, metaphor,…
A figure speech involving the comparison of one thing with an…
A literary element that evokes certain feelings or vibes in r…
The formation of a word from a sounds associated with what is…
Literally devices
Simile, mood, onomatopoeia, foreshadowing, dialect, metaphor,…
Simile
A figure speech involving the comparison of one thing with an…
English Literature
Ubi Sunt
Memento mori
Timor mortis conturbat me
Carpe diem
"Where were those who were before us?" Aspect of Anglo Saxon…
"Remember that you have to die" phrase used to keep egos small
"Fear of death disturbs me" commonly used in English poetry-…
"Seize the day" common tripe used in poetry.
Ubi Sunt
"Where were those who were before us?" Aspect of Anglo Saxon…
Memento mori
"Remember that you have to die" phrase used to keep egos small
80 terms
English I Honors - Literature Vocabulary
Characterization
Direct Characterization
Indirect Characterization
Protagonist
is the act of creating and developing a character
author directly states a character's traits
author tells what a character looks like, does, and says, as…
main character in a literary work
Characterization
is the act of creating and developing a character
Direct Characterization
author directly states a character's traits
72 terms
English Literature/Drama
affable
alludes
anarchist
aphorism
Courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
To refer incidentally, or by suggestion.
A person who seeks to overturn the established government; an…
A brief, cleverly worded statement that makes a wise observat…
affable
Courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
alludes
To refer incidentally, or by suggestion.
27 terms
English literature
Europas fastland
bitter, skarp
tydlig
tapper, modig
the continent
acrimonious
evident
far-fetched
Europas fastland
the continent
bitter, skarp
acrimonious
47 terms
English Literature
moved to or showing sudden, impatient…
wearing worn clothes or having a slove…
1. to bring reproach or dishonor upon;…
1.bold, brave, or dauntless 2. firm; s…
...
...
...
...
moved to or showing sudden, impatient…
...
wearing worn clothes or having a slove…
...
15 terms
English Literature
Character
Static Character
Dynamic Character
Point of view
A person, animal, or robot in a story
Does not change throughout the story
Changes throughout the story
The perspective of which the story is told
Character
A person, animal, or robot in a story
Static Character
Does not change throughout the story
27 terms
English Literature
Content's
Problem
Games
Garden
Exposition: Tom is focused on his sheet of paper and his work…
Exposition: Servants sent away, family members getting ready…
Exposition: sweltering, summer day. Hot weather makes kids pl…
Exposition: Mv follows cats; interested in them. MV catches f…
Content's
Exposition: Tom is focused on his sheet of paper and his work…
Problem
Exposition: Servants sent away, family members getting ready…
23 terms
English Literature
There Will Come Soft Rains
A Sound of Thunder
The Pedestrian
Searching for Summer
Ray Bradbury
Ray Bradbury
Ray Bradbury
Joan Aiken
There Will Come Soft Rains
Ray Bradbury
A Sound of Thunder
Ray Bradbury
33 terms
English Literature
Theme
Drama
Genre
Monologue
An important idea that the story expresses or uses the subjec…
The general term for performances in which actors impersonate…
French term for type, species, or class pf composition
Extended speech uttered by one speaker either to others or al…
Theme
An important idea that the story expresses or uses the subjec…
Drama
The general term for performances in which actors impersonate…
29 terms
English literature
genre
major genre literature
types of fiction
subgenres of fiction
category/type of literature
fiction... non-fiction... drama... poetry
short story... novel... novella - > short story, < novel
mystery... romance... western... young adult... sci-fi... children... historica…
genre
category/type of literature
major genre literature
fiction... non-fiction... drama... poetry
219 terms
English Literature: Terminology
mosaic plagiarism
aesthetic approach
historical approach
grammar, vocabulary, figures of speech…
Words are not copied directly, but are changed or rearranged;
diction and figurative language on tone, mood, theme, using t…
analyze how the theme and issues are related to its historica…
Close Reading Checklists (6)
mosaic plagiarism
Words are not copied directly, but are changed or rearranged;
aesthetic approach
diction and figurative language on tone, mood, theme, using t…
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