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Literature 7
narrative poetry
lyric poetry
line
stanza
poetry which tells a story
poetry which tells about an author's thoughts and feelings
a series of words that appear as a single group in a poem
a group of lines that form a unit in a poem; like a paragraph…
narrative poetry
poetry which tells a story
lyric poetry
poetry which tells about an author's thoughts and feelings
32 terms
Literature 7
"Flowers for Algernon"
"Charles", "The Lottery"
"After Twenty Years", "A Retrieved Ref…
"Our Heroes", "The Leak in the Dike"
Daniel Keyes
Shirley Jackson
O. Henry
Phoebe Cary
"Flowers for Algernon"
Daniel Keyes
"Charles", "The Lottery"
Shirley Jackson
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literature #7
assail
assimilate
charitable
deposit
to attack
to take in, to absorb
generous
to put in the bank
assail
to attack
assimilate
to take in, to absorb
20 terms
Elements of Literature-- LA7
Simile
Theme
Third Person objective
Suspense
using "like" or "as" to compare
author's message; big idea of the story
narrator records only what is seen or heard
feeling anxious or excited about what will happen next
Simile
using "like" or "as" to compare
Theme
author's message; big idea of the story
10 terms
Literature 7
Disparage
Antiquated
Conuention
Noncomformity
To belittle
Old fashioned or no longer used
A custom or rule
Failure to adapt to established customs
Disparage
To belittle
Antiquated
Old fashioned or no longer used
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Literature 7
Abate
Acknowledge
Agent
Authority
To become weaker; to decrease
To admit the existence of
A person who acts or does business for another
The right to give orders, make decisions, or take action
Abate
To become weaker; to decrease
Acknowledge
To admit the existence of
12 terms
Literature #7
ensemble
pariah
supersonic
leniet
a group of musicians or singers
a social outcast
to travel at 1 to 5 times the speed of sound
not strict with rules
ensemble
a group of musicians or singers
pariah
a social outcast
10 terms
SAT 7 - Vocabulary - American Literature
Choloeric
Circumspect
Circumvent
Clone
hot-tempered; quick to anger
cautious; heedful of situations and potential consequences
to surround; enclose; bypass
an exact duplicate
Choloeric
hot-tempered; quick to anger
Circumspect
cautious; heedful of situations and potential consequences
18 terms
7 Literature
Fiction
Theme
Setting
symbolism
tells an imaginary story
the main ideas or idea explored by a story
the time and place of the action
a person, place, object, or activity that stands for somethin…
Fiction
tells an imaginary story
Theme
the main ideas or idea explored by a story
14 terms
Ancient Literature Week 7
Narrative
Realistic Mode
Romantic Mode
Monomyth
Telling about characters and events in one or more settings
A mode that emphasizes the world, society, and people as they…
A mode that emphasizes the spiritual, supernatural, and/or em…
The generalized composite story that encompasses the whole bo…
Narrative
Telling about characters and events in one or more settings
Realistic Mode
A mode that emphasizes the world, society, and people as they…
11 terms
Literature 7
flashback
foreshadowing
allusion
alliteration
a section of a literary work that interrupts the sequence of…
the use of clues that suggest events that have yet to happen
a reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary wo…
a phonetic stylistic device, applying the repetition of conso…
flashback
a section of a literary work that interrupts the sequence of…
foreshadowing
the use of clues that suggest events that have yet to happen
12 terms
Literature 7
Meander(v)
Predestined(adj)
Prattle(v)
Proffer(v)
to proceed by or take a winding or indirect course
to destine in advance; foreordain; predetermine
to talk in a foolish or simple-minded way; chatter; babble.
to put before a person for acceptance; offer.
Meander(v)
to proceed by or take a winding or indirect course
Predestined(adj)
to destine in advance; foreordain; predetermine
15 terms
Literature 7
Cerebral
Cogent
Inimical
Surfeit
Relating to the head, intelligent
Covincing, sound
Hostile, adverse
Excessive amount, fullness
Cerebral
Relating to the head, intelligent
Cogent
Covincing, sound
17 terms
Literature 7
Setting
Charachters
Plot
External conflict
The surroundings or environment of anything.
The aggregate of features and traits that form the individual…
A secret plan or scheme to accomplish some purpose.
Struggle between a person or an outside force.
Setting
The surroundings or environment of anything.
Charachters
The aggregate of features and traits that form the individual…
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Literature 7
Durer
Lost his joints
Bryon
Cottas
Sculpted praying hands
What was an unselfish sacrifice that Durer's friend made
Author of shelter from the storm
Family that helped Martin Luther with his education
Durer
Sculpted praying hands
Lost his joints
What was an unselfish sacrifice that Durer's friend made
20 terms
Literature 7
Covetous
Gait
Bestow
Morose
Eager to acquire and posses things especially material posses…
A person's manner of walking
Give as a gift
Having an irritable and unpleasant disposition
Covetous
Eager to acquire and posses things especially material posses…
Gait
A person's manner of walking
15 terms
Literature 7
Une douleur de tête
Des maux de cœur
Le foie
Le ventre
Headache
Nauseous
Liver
Stomach
Une douleur de tête
Headache
Des maux de cœur
Nauseous
15 terms
Literature 7
Apt
Subsequent
Haste
Prudish
Appropriate or suitable
Coming after something in time
With speed or urgency
Easily shock
Apt
Appropriate or suitable
Subsequent
Coming after something in time
10 terms
Literature #7
Prosody
Pun
Quatrain
Refrain
the mechanics of verse poetry-sounds, rhythms, scansion, mete…
a play on two words similar in sound but different in meaning
a stanza of four lines, often rhyming in an ABAB pattern
a line or set of lines at the end of a stanza or section of a…
Prosody
the mechanics of verse poetry-sounds, rhythms, scansion, mete…
Pun
a play on two words similar in sound but different in meaning
9 terms
literature (7)
Historical fiction taught?
historical fiction and awards
purpose of historical fiction
historical fiction advantages
Mostly in elementary and middle school for social studies and…
Because it is identified with textbooks the historical fictio…
to experience the past
chance to sense the vicarious experience of living in the past
Historical fiction taught?
Mostly in elementary and middle school for social studies and…
historical fiction and awards
Because it is identified with textbooks the historical fictio…
9 terms
Literature Genres 7
Realistic Fiction
Historical Fiction
Science Fiction
Fantasy
Fictional story where people and events are realistic. Plot c…
Real events, places, or people are incorporated into a fictio…
A fictional story combining fantasy with scientific fact. The…
Highly imaginative fiction involving plots that could never h…
Realistic Fiction
Fictional story where people and events are realistic. Plot c…
Historical Fiction
Real events, places, or people are incorporated into a fictio…
20 terms
Literature Unit 7
Abhor
Amend
Buffet
Chaos
to regard with horror loathing; to hate deeply
to change in a formal way; to change for the better
to slap or cuff; to strike repeatedly; to drive or force with…
Great confusion, disorder
Abhor
to regard with horror loathing; to hate deeply
Amend
to change in a formal way; to change for the better
10 terms
Literature Terms List 7
anthropomorphism
direct characterization
implicit
explicit
the formal name for giving human qualities to animals. This w…
A literary technique whereby the author uses his own direct c…
Implied or understood though not directly expressed
Clearly stated
anthropomorphism
the formal name for giving human qualities to animals. This w…
direct characterization
A literary technique whereby the author uses his own direct c…
46 terms
CP literature 7: literature terms
foreshadowing
imagery
hyperbole
onomatopoeia
hints or clues of what will happen in the story
language that appeals to the senses; sight, sound, taste, tou…
extreme exageration
a word that is spelled the way it sounds example: boom! crash…
foreshadowing
hints or clues of what will happen in the story
imagery
language that appeals to the senses; sight, sound, taste, tou…
10 terms
American Literature Vocabulary 7
apathy
autonomy
desolate
esoteric
(n.) a lack of energy or interest
(n.) self-government
(adj.) lonely; devoid of life; feeling very sad and hopeless
(adj.) obscure
apathy
(n.) a lack of energy or interest
autonomy
(n.) self-government
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AP Literature Vocab 7
End Rhyme
Enjambment
Envelope Method
Epic
Schematic rhyme that comes at the ends of lines of verse (suc…
Line of verse that carries over into next line without a paus…
Begins and ends with same setting and/or narrator(s); middle…
A long narrative, usually written in elevated language, which…
End Rhyme
Schematic rhyme that comes at the ends of lines of verse (suc…
Enjambment
Line of verse that carries over into next line without a paus…
9 terms
Literature terms week 5&7
Personification
Allusion
paradox
pun
a comparison in which human qualities are assigned to inanima…
when the author refers to (alludes to) other works of literat…
an apparent contradiction
a play of words, often resulting in humorous effects
Personification
a comparison in which human qualities are assigned to inanima…
Allusion
when the author refers to (alludes to) other works of literat…
12 terms
Fiction Literature 7
Fiction
Theme
Setting
Symbolism
tells an imaginary story
the main idea/ideas explored by a story
the time and place of the action
a person place object or an activity that stands for somethin…
Fiction
tells an imaginary story
Theme
the main idea/ideas explored by a story
10 terms
American Literature Vocab #7
Aesthetic
Compromise
Divergent
Extenuating
Adj. Relating to beauty or appearance. ... Syn: appealing, crea…
N. A middle way between two extremes.... Syn: cooperation, barg…
Adj. moving in separate directions. ... Syn. different, opposin…
Adj. partially excusing or justifying. ... Syn: Explanatory... An…
Aesthetic
Adj. Relating to beauty or appearance. ... Syn: appealing, crea…
Compromise
N. A middle way between two extremes.... Syn: cooperation, barg…
16 terms
7. Literatur
die Befugnis, -se
das Eisen, -
der/die Gelehrte, -n
das Gleichgewicht, -e
permission
iron
scholar
equilibrium, balance
die Befugnis, -se
permission
das Eisen, -
iron
19 terms
Literature Chapter 7 VOCAB
Descended (verb)
Ascended (verb)
Obliterated (verb)
Concealment (noun)
go down
go up
wiped out
the quality of being hidden
Descended (verb)
go down
Ascended (verb)
go up
12 terms
World Literature Week 7
Proficient
Factotum
Facsimile
Facile
Skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
N. An assistant who does a variety of jobs
A copy or imitation
too simplistic or easy
Proficient
Skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
Factotum
N. An assistant who does a variety of jobs
28 terms
Literature_7
modernism
characteristics of modernism
historical background
surrealism
an artistic movement that rejected traditional forms and emph…
rapid changes in the world had created an overwhelming sense…
WWI, Roaring 20s, Great Depression, New Deal, WWII
a 20th-century movement in art and literature that sought to…
modernism
an artistic movement that rejected traditional forms and emph…
characteristics of modernism
rapid changes in the world had created an overwhelming sense…
10 terms
Literature Genres 7
Realistic Fiction
Historical Fiction
Science Fiction
Fantasy
Fictional story where people and events are realistic. Plot c…
Real events, places, or people are incorporated into a fictio…
A fictional story combining fantasy with scientific fact. The…
Highly imaginative fiction involving plots that could never h…
Realistic Fiction
Fictional story where people and events are realistic. Plot c…
Historical Fiction
Real events, places, or people are incorporated into a fictio…
32 terms
Literature 7 Grade
Farce
Parody
Satire
Flashback
Writing that features slapstick, farfetched, and ridiculous h…
Writing that makes fun of a piece (or entire genre) of litera…
Writing that makes fun of habits, ideas, or weaknesses in a p…
An interruption in a story to tell about events that happened…
Farce
Writing that features slapstick, farfetched, and ridiculous h…
Parody
Writing that makes fun of a piece (or entire genre) of litera…
53 terms
Literature Chapter 7
The Victorian Era
Break, Break, Break
Ulysses
Locksley Hall
1832-1901
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
The Victorian Era
1832-1901
Break, Break, Break
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
10 terms
British Literature Vocabulary List #7
amicable (adj)
belligerent (adj)
benevolent (adj)
callous (adj)
friendly, pleasant and good-natured
hostile, inclined to fight, or be aggressive
kind, good-hearted, or generous
indifferent or insensitive to other people's feelings
amicable (adj)
friendly, pleasant and good-natured
belligerent (adj)
hostile, inclined to fight, or be aggressive
10 terms
World Literature (Block A) - List 7
ap, apol
en-, em-
gloss, glot
grav
away from, detached
cause to be
tongue, language
weigh, serious
ap, apol
away from, detached
en-, em-
cause to be
Literature Vocabulary Unit 7
authorize
culprit
dawdle
dissect
(v.) to approve or permit; to give power or authority to
(n.) a person who has committed a crime or is guilty of some…
(v.) to waste time; to be idle; to spend more time in doing s…
(v.) to cut apart in preparation for scientific study; to ana…
authorize
(v.) to approve or permit; to give power or authority to
culprit
(n.) a person who has committed a crime or is guilty of some…
20 terms
Literature - Unit 7 Vocabulary
adieu
advent
apex
assimilate
farwell, a farewell
an arrival; a coming into place or view
the highest point; tip
to absorb fully or make one's own; to adopt as one's own; to…
adieu
farwell, a farewell
advent
an arrival; a coming into place or view
20 terms
S7 M10 (Literature)
ash
author
capsule
cheerful
зола
автор
капсула
бодрый
ash
зола
author
автор
24 terms
English 7 Vocabulary 12: Literature
adage (noun)
alliteration (noun)
allusion (noun)
anthology (noun)
A traditional saying widely considered to be wise and true
Repetition of sounds, usually of consonants, especially at th…
An indirect reference to something
A collection of writings by various authors
adage (noun)
A traditional saying widely considered to be wise and true
alliteration (noun)
Repetition of sounds, usually of consonants, especially at th…
10 terms
Literature vocab Oct 7
allusion
anthology
dialogue
episode
indirect reference to or mention of something
a collection of writings by various authors
conversations especially in a book, play, film
one part or one event in a series
allusion
indirect reference to or mention of something
anthology
a collection of writings by various authors
8 terms
Literature 7: Week 7
Perspective
Phenomenon
Pivotal
Plausible
attitude or view towards something
a happening that is beyond explanation
something of crucial importance
something that could be true
Perspective
attitude or view towards something
Phenomenon
a happening that is beyond explanation
12 terms
literature words (7/4~ )
in proportion as
quadruped
shaggy
thief
~와 비(례)해서
네발 짐승
털 투성이의, 거친
도둑
in proportion as
~와 비(례)해서
quadruped
네발 짐승
10 terms
7-C Literature: Theodora Vocabulary
Exception (n)... Definition: someone or s…
Maintain (v)... Definition: to continue t…
Profession (n)... Definition: people who…
Forbade (v)... Definition: to not allow s…
Exception (n)
Maintain (v)
Profession (n)
Forbade (v)
Exception (n)... Definition: someone or s…
Exception (n)
Maintain (v)... Definition: to continue t…
Maintain (v)
15 terms
ademic listening literature #7
poem
tragedy
contemporary
perform
시, 운문
비극, 재난
동시대의
공연하다
poem
시, 운문
tragedy
비극, 재난
15 terms
Literature vocabulary week 7
inexplicably
atmosphere
irritation
murmur
Not explicable. Incapable of being accounted for
The gaseous envelope surrounding the earth
The act of irritating
A low or continuous sound
inexplicably
Not explicable. Incapable of being accounted for
atmosphere
The gaseous envelope surrounding the earth
20 terms
Vocabulary Literature 7 and 8
autobiography
biography
anecdotes
personal essay
story about a person's life told by that person
story about a person's life told by someone else
short account of events
a form of nonfiction that expresses the writer's thoughts and…
autobiography
story about a person's life told by that person
biography
story about a person's life told by someone else
7 terms
talking about literature 1-7
action
autobiography
biography
character
The events that take place in a literary work. (story)
The story of a person's life told by herself. It is always in…
The true story of a person's life that is told by someone els…
A person or non-human, in the story.
action
The events that take place in a literary work. (story)
autobiography
The story of a person's life told by herself. It is always in…
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