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British Literature I: Medieval Exam Preparation - 'Sir Gawain'
True.
Alliterative verse.
True.
True.
True or False: The author of 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight…
In which style was 'Sir Gawain' written?
True or False: 'Sir Gawain' was edited and printed for the fi…
True or False: 'Sir Gawain' is written in a regional dialect…
True.
True or False: The author of 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight…
Alliterative verse.
In which style was 'Sir Gawain' written?
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Honors English: Sir Gawain Vocabulary
dais
chary
hauberk
haughty
platform
not given freely
coat of armor
lofty
dais
platform
chary
not given freely
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British Lit - Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
Bob and Wheel
Heraldry
The Pentangle
Periphery & Center
- Invented by the Gawain-Poet; ... - contains 3 parts: ... 1) Alli…
- art and study of creating a coat of arms... - you can be iden…
- Gawain's coat of arms... - Emblem of Fidelity ... 1) to be fault…
1) Center (Camelot) - civilized; perceived as not = to the pe…
Bob and Wheel
- Invented by the Gawain-Poet; ... - contains 3 parts: ... 1) Alli…
Heraldry
- art and study of creating a coat of arms... - you can be iden…
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Literature Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
Cumbersome
Dais
Daunting
Demeaning
Awkward, hard to manage
Raised platform for speakers
Frightening, intimidating
Lowering ones dignity or standing
Cumbersome
Awkward, hard to manage
Dais
Raised platform for speakers
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Sir Gawain Vocabulary, English 4 Honors
Aghast
Amended
Chagrin
Daunt
struck with terror or amazement, shocked
corrected
a feeling of embarrassment caused by humiliation or failure
to destroy the courage of; dismay
Aghast
struck with terror or amazement, shocked
Amended
corrected
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Sir Gawain English 4 Honors Vocabulary
Unwieldy
Respite
Renown
Chagrin
So large, heavy, or oddly shaped as to be difficult to hold o…
A period of rest or delay.
Fame.
A feeling of embarrassment caused by humiliation or failure.
Unwieldy
So large, heavy, or oddly shaped as to be difficult to hold o…
Respite
A period of rest or delay.
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Literature-Sir Gawain & the Green knight-fit 1
Troy
Aeneas
Romulus, Ticius, & Longbeard
Brutus
an ancient city in Asia Minor that was the site of the Trojan…
The son of Venus and Anchises, he was a noble fighter for Tro…
legendary ancestors who gave their names to Rome, Tuscany, an…
named Britain after himself
Troy
an ancient city in Asia Minor that was the site of the Trojan…
Aeneas
The son of Venus and Anchises, he was a noble fighter for Tro…
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Literature Vocab. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
Hue
Behoove
Linger
Vaunting
(n) A color or shade of coloe
(v) To be necessary or proper for someone
(v) To stay somewhere beyond the usual or expected time
(v) To call attention to pridefully or boastfully
Hue
(n) A color or shade of coloe
Behoove
(v) To be necessary or proper for someone
Middle English: Sir Gawain & Arthurian literature
3 elements of Arthurian literature
3 qualities of a knight
Ballad
2 types of ballads
1. Intrigue/mystery... 2. Supernatural... 3. Quest
1. Courage... 2. Loyalty... 3. Courtesy
A short narrative poem usually relating to a single dramatic…
Folk & Literary
3 elements of Arthurian literature
1. Intrigue/mystery... 2. Supernatural... 3. Quest
3 qualities of a knight
1. Courage... 2. Loyalty... 3. Courtesy
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Literature Notes: Beowulf, Arthur, Sir Gawain
The Narrator
The Knight
The Nun's Priest
The Yeoman
The narrator makes it quite clear that he is also a character…
The first pilgrim Chaucer describes in the General Prologue,…
Like the Second Nun, the Nun's Priest is not described in the…
The servant who accompanies the Knight and the Squire. The na…
The Narrator
The narrator makes it quite clear that he is also a character…
The Knight
The first pilgrim Chaucer describes in the General Prologue,…
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Honors British Literature Vocab
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Apostrophe
A story in which a second meaning is to be read beneath the s…
The repetition of the same consonant sound at the beginning o…
A reference to a person, place, or event that is meant to cre…
A locution that addresses a person or personified thing not p…
Allegory
A story in which a second meaning is to be read beneath the s…
Alliteration
The repetition of the same consonant sound at the beginning o…
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Honors British Literature-Mythology
Zeus
Poseidon
Hades
Hera
Jupiter/ruler of the heavens
Neptune/god of the sea
Pluto/god of the underworld
Juno/goddess of women and childbirth
Zeus
Jupiter/ruler of the heavens
Poseidon
Neptune/god of the sea
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British Literature Honors Notes
majordomo
untenable
perambulate
veneer
a chief butler or assistant
impossible to defend or justify
to walk about; to stroll
a thin,attractive layer that conceals something common or coa…
majordomo
a chief butler or assistant
untenable
impossible to defend or justify
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Honors British Literature
blasphemy
enmity
erroneous
garner
an insult to something holy
hostility
an error
to gather; to collect
blasphemy
an insult to something holy
enmity
hostility
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Honors British Literature Final
Enlightenment
Examples of Enlightenment writing
Enlightenment texts which we read
Romanticism
known as the age of reason, emphasized order, balance, logic…
satires and parodys
Frankenstein, a vindication of women, A Modest proposal
Derivative of the term romance, focuses on feelings, more dev…
Enlightenment
known as the age of reason, emphasized order, balance, logic…
Examples of Enlightenment writing
satires and parodys
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honors british literature review
main frame of Canterbury tales
what setting does Chaucer supply in th…
how does frame and setting make readin…
what social ideas, both positive and n…
a story within a story
on a pilgrimage to St. Thomas of Beckett
there is an understanding of the people's backstories and why…
positive:... ~ Men still have feelings (knight marries old wome…
main frame of Canterbury tales
a story within a story
what setting does Chaucer supply in th…
on a pilgrimage to St. Thomas of Beckett
Beowulf - Honors British Literature
Important qualities of Anglo-Saxon/Old…
Old English
Qualities of an epic poem
What contemporary genres have similar…
Bleak, sea-faring, pagan religions (until Christianity 300 AD…
449-1100 (Mid 1100-1500, Modern 1500+), shifts took 100s of y…
Hero (noble birth, male, legendary or historical importance),…
Fantasy/fiction, almost all stories have a hero, dystopian
Important qualities of Anglo-Saxon/Old…
Bleak, sea-faring, pagan religions (until Christianity 300 AD…
Old English
449-1100 (Mid 1100-1500, Modern 1500+), shifts took 100s of y…
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British Literature Honors vocab
Rancor
Admonish
Desolation
Hapless
Bitterness or resentfulness, especially when long standing.
Warn or reprimand someone firmly.
Anguished misery or loneliness.
(Especially of a person) unfortunate.
Rancor
Bitterness or resentfulness, especially when long standing.
Admonish
Warn or reprimand someone firmly.
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Honors British Literature Sonnets
The Long Love that in My Thought Doth…
Love, That Doth Reign and Live Within…
Whoso List to Hunt
My Galley
Thomas Wyatt
Henry Howard
Thomas Wyatt
Thomas Wyatt
The Long Love that in My Thought Doth…
Thomas Wyatt
Love, That Doth Reign and Live Within…
Henry Howard
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Honors British Literature
Middle Age Dates
Middle Ages Time Period
William the Conqueror
War of the Roses
1066-1485
living to die... focusing on afterlife and survival... religion w…
Middle Ages... AKA William the Bastard: Duke of Normandy who le…
Lancaster- red... York- white... both families fighting over powe…
Middle Age Dates
1066-1485
Middle Ages Time Period
living to die... focusing on afterlife and survival... religion w…
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Honors British Literature Vocabulary 1
bigot
hamper
kindle
noxious
narrow-minded; prejudiced person
hinder; obstruct
to start a fire
harmful; poisonous, lethal
bigot
narrow-minded; prejudiced person
hamper
hinder; obstruct
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British Literature Honors Review
acquisitive
animadversion
atrophy
banal
(adj.) able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned…
(n.) comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
(n.) the wasting away of a body organ or tissue; any progress…
(adj.) hackneyed, trite, commonplace
acquisitive
(adj.) able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned…
animadversion
(n.) comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
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Honors British Literature WOTD
agog (adj)
giddy (adj)... giddiness (n) giddily (a…
palliate (v)... palliation (n) palliato…
misanthropy (n)... misanthropic (adj) m…
highly excited by eagerness or anticipation
light-headed; dizzy, frivolous (silly)
to make seem less serious; to mitigate
hatred of mankind
agog (adj)
highly excited by eagerness or anticipation
giddy (adj)... giddiness (n) giddily (a…
light-headed; dizzy, frivolous (silly)
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HONORS BRITISH LITERATURE
"The Conversion of King Edwin"
"The Story of Caedmon"
"The Wife's Lament"
Anglo Saxon Riddles
Author: St. Bede ... Summary: Paulinus converts King Edwin to Ch…
Author: St. Bede... Summary: He saw an angel and suddenly became…
Author: ... Summary:... EXETER BOOK
EXETER BOOK
"The Conversion of King Edwin"
Author: St. Bede ... Summary: Paulinus converts King Edwin to Ch…
"The Story of Caedmon"
Author: St. Bede... Summary: He saw an angel and suddenly became…
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Honors British Literature Vocabulary
Astute
Asylum
Atone
Atrocity
Keen of mind and judgement, especially in practical matters.
Any place offering protection or security
To make up for or repent
A savagelly cruel, brutal, or inhuman deed
Astute
Keen of mind and judgement, especially in practical matters.
Asylum
Any place offering protection or security
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Honors British Literature Lesson Five
copious
dearth
eloquent
jargon
plentiful; large amount
a shortage
persuasive and moving, especially in speech
nonsensical talk; specialized language
copious
plentiful; large amount
dearth
a shortage
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Honors British Literature Vocab
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Apostrophe
a tale in verse or prose in which characters actions or setti…
repetition of the beginning sound
an indirect reference, knowledge of something not actually me…
a mark (') used to indicate an omission of a letter, i.e. I'l…
Allegory
a tale in verse or prose in which characters actions or setti…
Alliteration
repetition of the beginning sound
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(Honors)British Literature 215
Beowulf
Lanval
The Canterbury Tales, General Prologue
The Canterbury Tales, The Miller's Pro…
Author : Not known... An epic poem of heroic duties. Beowulf mus…
Author : Marie de France... Lanval is overlooked by Arthur, then…
Author : Geoffrey Chaucer
Author : Geoffrey Chaucer... The Miller interrupts the telling o…
Beowulf
Author : Not known... An epic poem of heroic duties. Beowulf mus…
Lanval
Author : Marie de France... Lanval is overlooked by Arthur, then…
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Honors British Literature Vocab
Agog
Giddy
Palliate
Misanthropy
Highly excited by eagerness or anticipation
Light-headed; dizzy, frivolous
To make seem less serious; to mitigate
Hatred of mankind
Agog
Highly excited by eagerness or anticipation
Giddy
Light-headed; dizzy, frivolous
10 terms
Honors British Literature 1
Alacrity
Burgeon
Deleterious
Euphemism
eagerness; enthusiasm; quickness
grow; flourish; put forth new shoots
harmful
a polite phrase to cover something unpleasant
Alacrity
eagerness; enthusiasm; quickness
Burgeon
grow; flourish; put forth new shoots
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Honors British literature Beowulf
Gables
gorges
hoards
Laments
Decorative Triangular roof
eats greedily
a hidden or carefully guarded supply of valuables
cries of grief
Gables
Decorative Triangular roof
gorges
eats greedily
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Honors British Literature Lesson Seven
clamor
contract
duplicity
equivocal
loud noise - noun
to become smaller - verb
deceit - noun
vague - adj
clamor
loud noise - noun
contract
to become smaller - verb
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Honors British Literature Vocabulary
interloper (n)
internecine (adj)
interpolate (v)
interregnum (n)
one who intrudes by meddling or trespassing on the rights of…
very destructive to both sides in a conflict; involving slaug…
to insert or add something between other parts, especially in…
any period of time when a state is without a ruler or has a p…
interloper (n)
one who intrudes by meddling or trespassing on the rights of…
internecine (adj)
very destructive to both sides in a conflict; involving slaug…
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Honors British Literature
Theocentric
Humanistic
Naturalistic/Scientific
Scientisism
Divine plan at work - The world will make sense ultimately -…
We chart our destiny
Natural as oppose to spiritual formation of the world. Follow…
Reality is reducable top what can be analyzed through science.
Theocentric
Divine plan at work - The world will make sense ultimately -…
Humanistic
We chart our destiny
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British Literature Honors
pugnacious
extricate
inexorable
precipitous
(adjective) having a quarrelsome or combative nature; truculent
(verb) to free or release from entanglement; disengage
(adjective) unyielding; unalterable
(adjective) of nature or characterized by precipices, extreme…
pugnacious
(adjective) having a quarrelsome or combative nature; truculent
extricate
(verb) to free or release from entanglement; disengage
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Honors British Literature
Who wrote Beowulf?
How was Beowulf told traditionally?
Did Beowulf originate before Christian…
Why is Beowulf important?
unknown author
in old English and passed on orally
After Christianity had come to that part of the world
It is the first book to be written in Old English instead of…
Who wrote Beowulf?
unknown author
How was Beowulf told traditionally?
in old English and passed on orally
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Honors British Literature Vocabulary
Lassitude
Incredulous
Convalescence
Vivacity
Weariness of body or mind from strain
Disinclined to believe
Gradual recovery of health/strength after illness
State of being lively
Lassitude
Weariness of body or mind from strain
Incredulous
Disinclined to believe
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Honors British Literature Terms
Quantities requirements/characteristic…
Humanism
Line, meter, rhyme scheme that Macbeth…
Soliloquy
Noble birth/high social status ... Series of poor decision ... Trag…
A worldwide view view centered on human excellence/ability in…
Blank verse - un rhymed iambic pentameter
Any extended speech delivered solely to the audience, reveali…
Quantities requirements/characteristic…
Noble birth/high social status ... Series of poor decision ... Trag…
Humanism
A worldwide view view centered on human excellence/ability in…
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British Literature Honors Midterm
Celts
Celts gov
Celts religion
Roman Invasion
Early conquerers of the British Isles. Split into Britons (se…
Their governmental structure consisted of closely knit clans,…
Priests known as Druids preserved knowledge, settled disputes…
During Classical Period. Lasted 300 years.
Celts
Early conquerers of the British Isles. Split into Britons (se…
Celts gov
Their governmental structure consisted of closely knit clans,…
60 terms
Honors British Literature
Taciturn
Countenance
Vex
Propriety
Uncommunicative
Facial Expression
To annoy or disturb
Correct behavior
Taciturn
Uncommunicative
Countenance
Facial Expression
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Honors British Literature Exam
What began the French Revolution? When…
What is the Bastille?
Who were the Jacobins?
Who led the Jacobins in the Reign of T…
A mob stormed the Bastille on July 14, 1789
A Paris prison for political prisoners
A radical group
Maximilian de Robespierre
What began the French Revolution? When…
A mob stormed the Bastille on July 14, 1789
What is the Bastille?
A Paris prison for political prisoners
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Honors British Literature Midterm
insular
ennui
megalomania
elicit
(adj.) relating to, characteristic of, or situated on an isla…
(n.) weariness and dissatisfaction from lack of occupation or…
(n.) a delusion marked by a feeling of power, wealth, talent,…
(v.) to draw forth, bring out from some source (such as anoth…
insular
(adj.) relating to, characteristic of, or situated on an isla…
ennui
(n.) weariness and dissatisfaction from lack of occupation or…
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Honors British Literature Final
Ballad
Satire
Mock Epic
Symbolism
A song or song like poem that tells a story. EX: Lord Randall…
A kind of writing that ridicules human weakness, vice, or fol…
Comic poem that parodies epics by treating s trivial subject…
Advocates the use of personal symbols to suggest ideas, emoti…
Ballad
A song or song like poem that tells a story. EX: Lord Randall…
Satire
A kind of writing that ridicules human weakness, vice, or fol…
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Honors British Literature Notes
Angelo-Saxon Period
What was a big part of the Angelo-Saxo…
First and oldest english story that we…
What do they call the author of Beowulf?
449-1485(ish)
Epic Poems & Epic Heroes
Beowulf
The Beowulf Poet
Angelo-Saxon Period
449-1485(ish)
What was a big part of the Angelo-Saxo…
Epic Poems & Epic Heroes
60 terms
Honors British Literature Final
Zeus
Poseidon
Hades
Apollo
god of Thunder
god of ocean/earthquakes
god of underworld/Poseidon's brother
god of the sun, archery "perfect," a lot of things
Zeus
god of Thunder
Poseidon
god of ocean/earthquakes
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British Literature Honors Midterm
Does Beowulf grow in stature as an epi…
Describe England during the Anglo-Saxo…
Why was a mead-hall such a significant…
Define allegory. Which Idyll from Tenn…
Yes, Beowulf does grow in stature as an epic hero in several…
During this time period, England that the people that inherit…
A mead hall is significant to this time period because it was…
An allegory as a literary device is a story that is symbolic…
Does Beowulf grow in stature as an epi…
Yes, Beowulf does grow in stature as an epic hero in several…
Describe England during the Anglo-Saxo…
During this time period, England that the people that inherit…
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Honors British Literature Final
Novel
Petulant
Profuse
Obsequious
New and original.
Unreasonably annoyed or upset.
Abundant.
Excessively eager to flatter/serve.
Novel
New and original.
Petulant
Unreasonably annoyed or upset.
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Honors British Literature Notes
Angelo-Saxon Period
What was a big part of the Angelo-Saxo…
First and oldest english story that we…
What do they call the author of Beowulf?
449-1485(ish)
Epic Poems & Epic Heroes
Beowulf
The Beowulf Poet
Angelo-Saxon Period
449-1485(ish)
What was a big part of the Angelo-Saxo…
Epic Poems & Epic Heroes
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English 4 Honors/ DE Sir Gawain and the Green Knight Test
Alliterative Revival
Symbolism
Bob and Wheel
Characterization
A literary movement in the medieval era in which poets tried…
The use of objects, things, and people to carry and add extra…
A stanza form consisting of a group of long alliterative line…
The way in which a writer reveals a character's personality.
Alliterative Revival
A literary movement in the medieval era in which poets tried…
Symbolism
The use of objects, things, and people to carry and add extra…
36 terms
Honors British Literature Final
Symbolism
Motif
Diction
Connotation
A figure of speech that is used when an author wants to creat…
A recurring subject, theme, idea, etc., especially in a liter…
The choice and use of words and phrases in speech or writing.
An idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its lit…
Symbolism
A figure of speech that is used when an author wants to creat…
Motif
A recurring subject, theme, idea, etc., especially in a liter…
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