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8 terms
books & literature
textbook
poem
poetry
short story
podręcznik
wiersz
poezja
opowiadanie
textbook
podręcznik
poem
wiersz
46 terms
Literature-Book Three
how a word is used in a sentence
words that name ideas that can't be to…
time between the beginning and ending…
a word that describes a verb
word in context
abstract words
time span
adverb
how a word is used in a sentence
word in context
words that name ideas that can't be to…
abstract words
20 terms
literature book
abominate
beset
blithesome
complaisance
verb; to regard with intense aversion or loathing; abhor
verb; to attack on all sides; assail; harass
adjective; light hearted; merry; cheerful
noun; the quality of being complaisant
abominate
verb; to regard with intense aversion or loathing; abhor
beset
verb; to attack on all sides; assail; harass
50 terms
Literature Book
Proliferate (v) (stories of her trial…
Bequeath (v) (These stories were beque…
Oeuvre (n) (a vast and dazzling oeuvre)
Paean (n)
increase rapidly in numbers; multiply. (the science fiction m…
1. to give or leave by means of a will (I _______ this ring t…
all the works that a writer, an artist, or a composer has cre…
a song of praise or triumph.... a thing that expresses enthusias…
Proliferate (v) (stories of her trial…
increase rapidly in numbers; multiply. (the science fiction m…
Bequeath (v) (These stories were beque…
1. to give or leave by means of a will (I _______ this ring t…
34 terms
Literature book
fond
crystal
coral
dainty
喜歡
水晶
珊瑚
講究
fond
喜歡
crystal
水晶
16 terms
Literature Book
Palpable
Indolently
Bizarre
Naive
Able to be touched or felt
Lazy
Odd in appearance
Unsophisticated
Palpable
Able to be touched or felt
Indolently
Lazy
86 terms
Books and Literature
to deal with
to underline
character
main character
mit etwas fertig werden, etwas behandeln
unterstreichen
Person, Figur (Roman, Film, Drama)
Hauptperson
to deal with
mit etwas fertig werden, etwas behandeln
to underline
unterstreichen
20 terms
Literature Books
J. Hector St. John de Crevevoeur
Powhawtan
Red Jacket
Tecumseh
What is an American?
Why should you destroy us, who have provided the food?
Sagoyewatha
We All Belong to One Family, Father!--Listen to Your Children!
J. Hector St. John de Crevevoeur
What is an American?
Powhawtan
Why should you destroy us, who have provided the food?
52 terms
Literature Book Four
words that name ideas that can't be to…
the repetition of consonant sounds
a reference to some person, place, thi…
words that are the opposite in meaning
abstract words
alliteration
allusion
antonyms
words that name ideas that can't be to…
abstract words
the repetition of consonant sounds
alliteration
11 terms
Book In literature
Repository
Rife
Curator
Transfixed
A place to be kept
Prevalent especially to an increasing degree
A person who is in charge of things in a museum
To cause someone to sit or stand
Repository
A place to be kept
Rife
Prevalent especially to an increasing degree
15 terms
Unit 1 Literature Book
argument
injury
insecurity
negotiate
1. oral disagreement 2. supporting reasons given in a claim.
1. harm or damage to a person
Lack of confidence and self doubt.
1. Bargain or deal with another 2. to reach an agreement or s…
argument
1. oral disagreement 2. supporting reasons given in a claim.
injury
1. harm or damage to a person
12 terms
Genres of Literature (Types of Books)
Fiction
Non-Fiction
Fantasy
Science Fiction
A story that is not true or is made up
A true story
A story containing unreal, imaginary features.
A type of fantasy that uses science and technology. (Robots,…
Fiction
A story that is not true or is made up
Non-Fiction
A true story
54 terms
Literature--Book 6
words that name ideas that can't be to…
part of a drama which contains one or…
word that describes a noun
word that describes a verb
abstract words
act
adjective
adverb
words that name ideas that can't be to…
abstract words
part of a drama which contains one or…
act
38 terms
Literature Terms Book 1
Adjective
Alliteration
Atmosphere
Call number
A word that describes a noun.
The repetition of consonant sounds.
The overall feeling that a story produces in a reader.
And identification number on the spine of a library book.
Adjective
A word that describes a noun.
Alliteration
The repetition of consonant sounds.
42 terms
Literature book 2
Abstract words
Adverb
Alliteration
Antagonist
Words that name ideas that cannot be touched, heard, smelled,…
A word that describes a verb.
the repetition of constant sounds.
usually the villain of the story
Abstract words
Words that name ideas that cannot be touched, heard, smelled,…
Adverb
A word that describes a verb.
54 terms
Literature-Book 5
words that name ideas that can't be to…
a word that describes a noun
a word that describes a verb
the repetition of consonant sounds
abstract words
adjective
adverb
alliteration
words that name ideas that can't be to…
abstract words
a word that describes a noun
adjective
8 terms
Literature books
A Worn Path
An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge
The Story of an Hour
The Devil and Tom Walker
Edora Welty
Ambrose Bierce
Kate Chopin
Washington Irving
A Worn Path
Edora Welty
An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge
Ambrose Bierce
84 terms
Vocabulary literature book
restlessness
weaken
scholars
rhythm
inquietudine
indebolire
uno studioso
ritmo
restlessness
inquietudine
weaken
indebolire
42 terms
Literature book 2
Abstract words
Adverb
Alliteration
Antagonist
Words that name things that cannot be touched, heard, smelled…
A word that describes a verb, usually ends in ly.
The repetition of consonant sounds.
Usually the villain of the story, the person who creates conf…
Abstract words
Words that name things that cannot be touched, heard, smelled…
Adverb
A word that describes a verb, usually ends in ly.
20 terms
Literature Book Terms
Creation Myth
Fable
Folk Tale
Legend
A creation myth tells how the world and human beings came to…
A brief story that frequently includes animals characters and…
Stories past down generation to generation
A traditional story that is popularly thought of as a histori…
Creation Myth
A creation myth tells how the world and human beings came to…
Fable
A brief story that frequently includes animals characters and…
19 terms
Books/Literature
un romancier
une œuvre, un ouvrage
un roman
un bouquin
novelist
a work
a novel
a short novel
un romancier
novelist
une œuvre, un ouvrage
a work
25 terms
Books and literature vocabulary
genre
fiction
non-fiction
drama
žanr
ilukirjandus
mitte-ilukirjanduslik
näitekirjandus
genre
žanr
fiction
ilukirjandus
33 terms
Literature book 12 vocabulary
pyre
barrow
carousal
hawsers
A pile of wood for burning a dead body
A large mound of earth or stones over the remains of the dead
A noisy or drunken feast or social gathering; revelry
very thick rope or cable for towing or tying up a ship
pyre
A pile of wood for burning a dead body
barrow
A large mound of earth or stones over the remains of the dead
Literature Book Terms
Creation Myth
Fable
Folk Tale
Legend
Tells how the world and humans came to exist
A brief story that frequently includes animal characters and…
Stories passed by word of mouth from generation to generation
A traditional story that is popularly thought of as historica…
Creation Myth
Tells how the world and humans came to exist
Fable
A brief story that frequently includes animal characters and…
52 terms
Literature--Book 8
a word that describes a noun
a word that describes a verb
the repetition of consonant sounds
the villain of a story
adjective
adverb
alliteration
antagonist
a word that describes a noun
adjective
a word that describes a verb
adverb
Literature book- plague-vocabulary
rampage
cope
chronicle
reucurrence
violently angry and destructive behavior
to deal
1. (n.) a written history (The library featured the newly upd…
to recure
rampage
violently angry and destructive behavior
cope
to deal
54 terms
Literature--Book 7
a word that describes a noun
a word that describes a verb
the repetition of consonant sounds
the villain of a story
adjective
adverb
alliteration
antagonist
a word that describes a noun
adjective
a word that describes a verb
adverb
38 terms
Literature--Book 1
word that describes a noun
repetition of consonant sounds
overall feeling that a story produces…
identification number on the spine of…
adjective
alliteration
atmosphere
call number
word that describes a noun
adjective
repetition of consonant sounds
alliteration
16 terms
literature the book of three
dishevel
cumbersome
conviction
edible
the boy came took school with his hair and clothes dirty. He…
The lacrosse bag is so cumbersome to carry.
I have a strong conviction about only adopting rescue dogs
The moldy food was not edible
dishevel
the boy came took school with his hair and clothes dirty. He…
cumbersome
The lacrosse bag is so cumbersome to carry.
26 terms
Literature Book Vocab 1
Magic Realism
Magnanimous
Stench
Impeded
a type of fictitious writing characterized by elements of fan…
(adj) generous;noble
(n) an offensive smell
(v,adj) held back or blocked as by an obstacle
Magic Realism
a type of fictitious writing characterized by elements of fan…
Magnanimous
(adj) generous;noble
139 terms
Literature Works (Book, Authors and Characters)
Return of the Native (Hardy)
Our Town (Wilder)
The Glass Menagerie (T. Williams)
The Three Sisters (Chekhov)
Clement Yeobright, Eustacia Vye, Damon Wildeve, Diggory Venn
Myrtle Webb, Charles Webb, George Gibbs, Emily Webb
Amanda Wingfield, Laura and Tom Wingfield, Jim O'Connor
Olga, Masha, and Irina Pozorov, Andrey Pozorov, Fyodor Kuligin
Return of the Native (Hardy)
Clement Yeobright, Eustacia Vye, Damon Wildeve, Diggory Venn
Our Town (Wilder)
Myrtle Webb, Charles Webb, George Gibbs, Emily Webb
42 terms
Literature--Book 2
words that name idea that can't be tou…
a word that describes a verb
the repetition of consonant sounds
the villain in a story; person who cre…
abstract words
adverb
alliteration
antagonist
words that name idea that can't be tou…
abstract words
a word that describes a verb
adverb
33 terms
Young Adult Literature - Books
The Fault In Our Stars
Looking for Alaska
The Book Thief
The Hunger Games
A 16-year-old heroine faces the medical realities of cancer
A boy seeking excitement finds that and more with a girl name…
Death narrates this novel about a girl who saves books from N…
A fight to the death in TV. There is only one rule... kill or…
The Fault In Our Stars
A 16-year-old heroine faces the medical realities of cancer
Looking for Alaska
A boy seeking excitement finds that and more with a girl name…
30 terms
Literature Books and Authors Review
The Epic of Gilgamesh
The Aeneid
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
Don Quixote
Translator: David Ferry
Virgil
Pearl Poet
Miguel De Cervantes
The Epic of Gilgamesh
Translator: David Ferry
The Aeneid
Virgil
20 terms
WORDS FROM LITERATURE BOOKS
elusive
abundant
majestially
collision
always escaping
plentiful; more than enough
grandly
coming together with a sudden violent force; a crash
elusive
always escaping
abundant
plentiful; more than enough
100 terms
literature vocab book
adage
bonanza
churlish
Citadel
proverb, wise saying
large amount of something, valuable
rude, lacking politeness
fortress
adage
proverb, wise saying
bonanza
large amount of something, valuable
74 terms
Literature books - Characters
Death in the ... Afternoon
Hills Like White Elephants
A Clean, Well-lighted Place
The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber
None
None
None
Francis Macomber and his wife margot
Death in the ... Afternoon
None
Hills Like White Elephants
None
21 terms
Vocabulary From Literature Books
Incessant
Impetus
Veracity
Obstinate
without interruption; continuous
driving force; impulse; momentum
devotion to the truth
stubborn
Incessant
without interruption; continuous
Impetus
driving force; impulse; momentum
70 terms
AP Literature Book Review
Crime and Punishment: Publication date
Crime and Punishment: Author
Crime and Punishment: Genre
Crime and Punishment: Setting
1866
Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Psychological Drama
St. Petersburg, Russia
Crime and Punishment: Publication date
1866
Crime and Punishment: Author
Fyodor Dostoyevsky
35 terms
American Literature Gold Book Les 15-16
flouted
vociferous
perambulating
declamation
to treat with disdain, scorn, distempt
crying out noisily
walk through or about; travel
exercise in oratory or elocution
flouted
to treat with disdain, scorn, distempt
vociferous
crying out noisily
17 terms
Literature Book Thief Test
Tone
Synesthesia
Parenthetical Expression
Anaphora
attitude of a writer toward a subject or an audience generall…
refers to a technique adopted by writers to present ideas, ch…
word/words added to a sentence w/o changing the meaning/ gram…
repression of a certain word/phrase at the beginning of succe…
Tone
attitude of a writer toward a subject or an audience generall…
Synesthesia
refers to a technique adopted by writers to present ideas, ch…
15 terms
Book Report - Standard Template - Literature
Directions - Read through the sentence…
DIRECTION/QUESTION SENTENCE:
First Paragraph (The Introduction)
1) The first sentence of the book repo…
..................................................Name... .....…
EXAMPLE SENTENCES:
...
> I was assigned the book Hatchet by Gary Paulsen to read f…
Directions - Read through the sentence…
..................................................Name... .....…
DIRECTION/QUESTION SENTENCE:
EXAMPLE SENTENCES:
262 terms
The Big Book of English Literature Terminology
Abstract
Act
Allegory
Alliteration
Refers to a broad concept as opposed to a concrete thing.
The subunit into which a play is divided. ... The number per pl…
Something that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning.
Repetition of initial consonant sounds.... ex: wondrous weeping…
Abstract
Refers to a broad concept as opposed to a concrete thing.
Act
The subunit into which a play is divided. ... The number per pl…
6 terms
Literature book vocab
Compel
Intermittently
Menace
Disconcert
Force or oblige
Occurring at irregular intervals
A person or thing that is likely to cause harm.
Disturb the composure of; unsettle
Compel
Force or oblige
Intermittently
Occurring at irregular intervals
9 terms
Literature Book review
Characters from Oedipus the King
Characters from Macbeth
Characters from Hamlet
Characters from A dolls house
Oedipus... Jocasta: wife... Shepard... thebian Slave... Tiresias: Blind S…
Macbeth and lady... Banquo... King Duncan: murdered... MAcduff: wants…
Hamlet... Claudius... Gertrude... Ophelia... Polonius... Horatio... Laertes... For…
Nora... Torvald... Krogstad:... Mrs. Linde: ex of krogstad... Dr. Rank: d…
Characters from Oedipus the King
Oedipus... Jocasta: wife... Shepard... thebian Slave... Tiresias: Blind S…
Characters from Macbeth
Macbeth and lady... Banquo... King Duncan: murdered... MAcduff: wants…
10 terms
Literature Book Definitions
muted
hierarchy
maneuvering
infatuated
softened or muffed
a body of persons having authority
an action skillfully designed to achieve a goal
possessed by an unreasoning love or attraction
muted
softened or muffed
hierarchy
a body of persons having authority
25 terms
Literature book vocab
acrid
ambidextrous
amnesty
assimilate
sharp or bitter to the taste or smell
ability to use both hands equally well
pardon for offenses against a government
to take in and incorporate as one's own
acrid
sharp or bitter to the taste or smell
ambidextrous
ability to use both hands equally well
Literature book terms
Creation myth
Fable
folk tale
legend
Tells how the world and human beings came to exist.
A brief story that frequently includes animal characters and…
Stories passed by word of mouth from generation to generation.
A traditional story that is popularly thought of as historica…
Creation myth
Tells how the world and human beings came to exist.
Fable
A brief story that frequently includes animal characters and…
54 terms
Books and Authors of British Literature
Austin
Austin
Austin
Churchill
Emma
Mansfield Park
Persuasion
The Crisis
Austin
Emma
Austin
Mansfield Park
13 terms
Literature book vocab words
Hostility
Translucent
Compelled
Perfunctorily
Anger, unfriendliness
Able to transmit light but no detail of that light
Forced
Without enthusiasm; routinely
Hostility
Anger, unfriendliness
Translucent
Able to transmit light but no detail of that light
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