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50 terms
English Literature
Jekyll & Hyde
Mr. Utterson
Mr. Enfield
Dr. Jekyll
Robert Louis Stevenson
The central character of the novel, who narrates most of the…
A distant kinsman of Mr. Utterson, he is a well-known man abo…
A prominent physician in London; very handsome, distinguished…
Jekyll & Hyde
Robert Louis Stevenson
Mr. Utterson
The central character of the novel, who narrates most of the…
ENGLISH- literature
Sonnet
Song
Elegy
Ode
(Lyric) a poem of 14 lines that follows a rhyme scheme and st…
(Lyric) a composition for voice
(Lyric) funeral song or a lament for the dead
(Lyric) a poem that expresses a strong feeling of love or res…
Sonnet
(Lyric) a poem of 14 lines that follows a rhyme scheme and st…
Song
(Lyric) a composition for voice
English literature
(731) Venerable Bede, The Ecclesiastic…
(871-899) Rule of Alfred the Great
(1000-manuscript) Beowulf
(1066) The battle of Hastings
Monk/scholar; recorded history of early christian England. Mo…
King of England from 871-899. Made English an established wri…
First great work English national literature. Oral narrative…
Battle won by William the conqueror which Anglo-Saxon rule in…
(731) Venerable Bede, The Ecclesiastic…
Monk/scholar; recorded history of early christian England. Mo…
(871-899) Rule of Alfred the Great
King of England from 871-899. Made English an established wri…
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…
English Literature
Onondaga
Navajo
Modoc
Iroquois
Native American tribe that practiced hospitality towards all…
Native American tribe of fierce hunters and warriors and wrot…
Native American tribe who farmed, fished, and hunted and wrot…
Native American confederation made of five nations, wrote a "…
Onondaga
Native American tribe that practiced hospitality towards all…
Navajo
Native American tribe of fierce hunters and warriors and wrot…
300 terms
English Literature
Academic ;adj
Voracious;adj
Literature; n
Syllabus; n
1,associated with academia or an academy... 2,hypothetical or th…
1,excessively greedy and grasping... "paying taxes to voracious…
1,creative writing of recognized artistic value... 2,the humanis…
an integrated course of academic studies
Academic ;adj
1,associated with academia or an academy... 2,hypothetical or th…
Voracious;adj
1,excessively greedy and grasping... "paying taxes to voracious…
5 terms
English Literature
Macbeth
Beowulf
Frankenstein
Canterbury Tales
William Shakespeare
None
Mary Shelley
Geoffrey Chaucer
Macbeth
William Shakespeare
Beowulf
None
24 terms
English Literature
The Anglo - Saxon Period #1
The Anglo - Saxon Period #2
The Anglo - Saxon Period #3
Anglo-Saxon Period Review
Anglo-Saxon communal hall narratives were told by skilled sto…
Anglo-Saxon life was dominated by warfare.
England's climate, geography, and ancient ruins have provided…
Date: 450-1066, Poem: "Beowolf" by Anonymous... Beowolf embodies…
The Anglo - Saxon Period #1
Anglo-Saxon communal hall narratives were told by skilled sto…
The Anglo - Saxon Period #2
Anglo-Saxon life was dominated by warfare.
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
7 terms
english literature
old english poetry
1500s sonnets
metapysical poetry 1600s
metaphysical poets
the wanderer
sir edmund spenser
is often dramatic and takes the name of the conceits it uses
john Donne the Flea, george Herbert the garden
old english poetry
the wanderer
1500s sonnets
sir edmund spenser
English literature
Induction
Generalization
Logical appeals
Persuasive rhetoric
Beginning with examples or facts and proceeding to draw a con…
Proceeding to marshal examples and facts that support it
Provide rational arguments to support writers claims and are…
Consists of reasoned arguments in favor of or against particu…
Induction
Beginning with examples or facts and proceeding to draw a con…
Generalization
Proceeding to marshal examples and facts that support it
English Literature
Fiction
Verisimilitude
4 types of conflict
Plot line
does not actually happen in real life
story relates to real life in some way
man vs. man... man vs. self... man vs. society... man vs. nature
exposition... initial incident... rising action... climax... denouement
Fiction
does not actually happen in real life
Verisimilitude
story relates to real life in some way
50 terms
English literature
Preclude
Retribution
Impunity
Immolation
Verb; to prevent
Noun; payback, revenge
Noun; freedom from consequences
Noun; total, complete destruction
Preclude
Verb; to prevent
Retribution
Noun; payback, revenge
English Literature
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Samuel Johnson
Rene Descartes
James Beattie
A Psalm of Life
Enlightenment (definition)
The Discourse on Method
An Essay on Truth
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
A Psalm of Life
Samuel Johnson
Enlightenment (definition)
English literature
Plo
Inciting incident
Point of view
Magical realism
A series of the events related to a central conflict
the event that introduces the central conflict
The vantage point from which a story is told.
A kind of fiction that is, for the most, realistic but that c…
Plo
A series of the events related to a central conflict
Inciting incident
the event that introduces the central conflict
102 terms
english literature
his inspiration was visionary ; he sho…
his inspiration was visionary ; he sho…
romantic aesthetic (13 terms)
innocence for blake (6 ex)
the songs of innocence 1789 William Blake
the songs of experience 1794 Blake
- simplicity... - subjectivity and personal experience... - memorie…
- vulnerable children... - lambs that are threatened by brute be…
his inspiration was visionary ; he sho…
the songs of innocence 1789 William Blake
his inspiration was visionary ; he sho…
the songs of experience 1794 Blake
28 terms
English literature
Mnemonic Device: Never pick rotten ras…
Time Period: Native American
Characteristics: Native American
Author & Famous Work: Native American
1. Native American... 2. Puritanism ... 3. Rationalism... 4. Romantici…
Time Period: Before 1600s
Respect for nature, Storytelling, Poetic, Symbolic, Myths
Author: Black Hawk ... Famous Writing: The Life of Black Hawk
Mnemonic Device: Never pick rotten ras…
1. Native American... 2. Puritanism ... 3. Rationalism... 4. Romantici…
Time Period: Native American
Time Period: Before 1600s
39 terms
English Literature
Heroic couplets
terza rima
ballad meter
blank verse
a pair of rhyming iambic pentameters, much used by Chaucer an…
an arrangement of triplets, especially in iambs, that rhyme a…
four-line stanzas usually rhyming abcb with the first and thi…
poetry verse without rhyme, especially that which uses iambic…
Heroic couplets
a pair of rhyming iambic pentameters, much used by Chaucer an…
terza rima
an arrangement of triplets, especially in iambs, that rhyme a…
10 terms
English Literature Vocabulary-Implications in Literature Navigators' Level
accost
apprehensive
bewilder
deluge
approach and speak aggressively to
fearful or uneasy about the future
puzzle, confuse, perplex
flood, overwhelm
accost
approach and speak aggressively to
apprehensive
fearful or uneasy about the future
42 terms
English Literature
Miracle
Liable
Sidekicks
Reputation
Something seem impossible happened
Have responsibility to do something
A really good friends
The state of having great honour
Miracle
Something seem impossible happened
Liable
Have responsibility to do something
22 terms
English literature
Tangible
Quarry
Disarming
Cultivated
(adj.) Capable of being touched or felt; having actual form a…
(n.) The object of a hunt; prey
(adj.) Removing or overcoming suspicion; inspiring confidence
(adj.) Refined or cultured in manner
Tangible
(adj.) Capable of being touched or felt; having actual form a…
Quarry
(n.) The object of a hunt; prey
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
17 terms
English literature
Novel
Short story
Play
Legend
Long narrative divided into chapters
Narrative, including one or more characters, one plot, one im…
Acted on stage
Origin
Novel
Long narrative divided into chapters
Short story
Narrative, including one or more characters, one plot, one im…
20 terms
English literature
Rousseau
Edmund Burke
Aristotle
Longinus
The new Heloise... Emile
Reflection on the Revolution Of France... A Philosophical Enquir…
The poetics
On the Sublime
Rousseau
The new Heloise... Emile
Edmund Burke
Reflection on the Revolution Of France... A Philosophical Enquir…
6 terms
English literature
Bookmans Tale
How I Met My Husband
Interpreter of Maladies
Dornicka and the St. Martens day Goose
Charlie Lovett
Alice Murno ... Edie... Mr/Mrs Peebles... Alice... Chris
Jhumpa Lahiri ... Indian Family ... Ronny Bobby... Mr/Mrs Das... Mr. Kapasi
Helen Oyeymi ... Wolf... Little girl... Grandma
Bookmans Tale
Charlie Lovett
How I Met My Husband
Alice Murno ... Edie... Mr/Mrs Peebles... Alice... Chris
English literature
Protagonist
Genre
Characterization
indirect ... direct
Main character
Category of literacy or other forms of art or culture
Method Ryder used to communicate information about characters
Indirect other drop the clothes... Direct author tells
Protagonist
Main character
Genre
Category of literacy or other forms of art or culture
English Literature
Accolade
Amiable
Hybrid
Impregnable
Praise, honor, reward
Friendly agreeable good natured
Mixture fusion combination
Invincible unassailable unconquerable
Accolade
Praise, honor, reward
Amiable
Friendly agreeable good natured
131 terms
English Literature
Who gives the quality of mercy speech?…
Falstaff is in which play? Also in the…
Shakespeare's longest play.
"To be or not to be" speech is in ____…
Portia/The Merchant of Venice/Shylock
Henry IV/Quickly
Hamlet
Hamlet
Who gives the quality of mercy speech?…
Portia/The Merchant of Venice/Shylock
Falstaff is in which play? Also in the…
Henry IV/Quickly
130 terms
English literature
What literature is?
What are the functions of literature?
The genre
Fuzzy borders
Imaginative/fictional wiriting, using a special language, a n…
Educate people, vehicle an ideology, encourage reflection and…
It is a text-type, it enables to class texts into categories…
It means that the borders between genres are rather fuzzy. It…
What literature is?
Imaginative/fictional wiriting, using a special language, a n…
What are the functions of literature?
Educate people, vehicle an ideology, encourage reflection and…
English literature
Ethos
Pathos
Logos
1st Person Point of View
The guiding beliefs for an organization or person or the even…
An emotion of sadness evoked by the writing
A piece of writing that requires the reader to use logic
Seeing the world through someone eyes of the character, inclu…
Ethos
The guiding beliefs for an organization or person or the even…
Pathos
An emotion of sadness evoked by the writing
27 terms
english literature
Shakespearean tragedy
blank verse
blank verse
prose
drama where the central characters suffer a great tragedy as…
much of Romeo and Juliet is written in it. the verse is unrhy…
pentameter
is ordinary writing that that is used by lower social classes
Shakespearean tragedy
drama where the central characters suffer a great tragedy as…
blank verse
much of Romeo and Juliet is written in it. the verse is unrhy…
10 terms
English literature
Dauntless
Sagacious
Defiance
Contagion
Fearless
Wise
Challenge the dis.
Spreadable ( dis )
Dauntless
Fearless
Sagacious
Wise
english literature
kendi kendilerine
benzer
bazı şekillerde
gerçek
by themselves
alike (my brother and ı are alike)
in some ways
fact
kendi kendilerine
by themselves
benzer
alike (my brother and ı are alike)
10 terms
English literature
Anagrams
Anecdote
Allusion
Assonance
Jumbled up words to make another word.
Short piece of text describing a personal experience.
Figure of speech whereby the author to a subject matter such…
The repetition of vowel words.
Anagrams
Jumbled up words to make another word.
Anecdote
Short piece of text describing a personal experience.
15 terms
English literature
Devise
Balm
Wan
Assay
V- to workout, plan
N- ointment or other things that heal
Adj- sickly, pale
V- to try
Devise
V- to workout, plan
Balm
N- ointment or other things that heal
33 terms
English Literature -
Oxymoron
Examples of oxymoron in Paradise Lost
Radical polemicist
Example of radical polemicist in Parad…
Juxtaposes contradictory terms
Goddess Humane + Life more perfect
The author voicing his (radical) view through their characters
Dialogue specific to book 9 is the start of Milton's communic…
Oxymoron
Juxtaposes contradictory terms
Examples of oxymoron in Paradise Lost
Goddess Humane + Life more perfect
5 terms
English literature
Anagnorisis
Dramatic irony
Harmatia
Hubris
Recognition or discovery
Reader knows more than a character, king oedipus killing his…
Error, tragic flaw
Excessive pride, leads to death
Anagnorisis
Recognition or discovery
Dramatic irony
Reader knows more than a character, king oedipus killing his…
English Literature
Metaphors
Similes
Personification
Verbal Irony
Do not use the word like or as... They simply state that one thi…
Use the word like or as to describe something
It is when a himan trait to something that is not human
It is when the speaker says the opposite of what happens
Metaphors
Do not use the word like or as... They simply state that one thi…
Similes
Use the word like or as to describe something
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
English literature
Soliloquy
Pathos
Pun
Tragedy
Speech delivered by a character when he is alone on stage
Greek root meaning suffering; passion
Phrase which is used in a way to suggest more than or meaning
Literature in which the hero is destroyed by some flaw in his…
Soliloquy
Speech delivered by a character when he is alone on stage
Pathos
Greek root meaning suffering; passion
ENGLISH- Literature
literature
prose
poetry
non-fiction
writings in prose or verse
written that has no rhythm
emphasizes rhythm pattern of sound and imagery
an autobiography is an example of a ____________ book
literature
writings in prose or verse
prose
written that has no rhythm
12 terms
English - Literature
Alliteration
Personification
Similie
Metaphor
Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning if two or mor…
Figure of speech where human qualities are given to animals,…
A comparison of two unlike things using like or as
A direct comparison of two unlike things (NOT using the words…
Alliteration
Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning if two or mor…
Personification
Figure of speech where human qualities are given to animals,…
12 terms
English Literature
persona
imagery
diction
symbol
An individual's characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling,…
Description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
Choice of words
A thing that represents or stands for something else, especia…
persona
An individual's characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling,…
imagery
Description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
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…
English Literature
novel
age of johnson
characterization, setting, plot, theme
robinson crusoe
Extended prose fiction
Second half of 18th century
Four basic characteristics of a novel
First English novel
novel
Extended prose fiction
age of johnson
Second half of 18th century
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…
English literature
Ad hominem
Analogy
Antagonist
Anti-novel
An argument that attacks a person rather than their ideas, wo…
The process of comparing two things or ideas.
A character of a dramatic story against the protagonists.
A novel that ignores the structural conventions of regular no…
Ad hominem
An argument that attacks a person rather than their ideas, wo…
Analogy
The process of comparing two things or ideas.
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
37 terms
English literature
chide (v)
cordial (adj)
discourse (n)
distress (v)... (n)
to scold or reprimand
warm, friendly, inviting
verbal exchange; conversation
(v) to cause anxiety... (n) pain or suffering in mind/body
chide (v)
to scold or reprimand
cordial (adj)
warm, friendly, inviting
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