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AP Literature Poetry and Lit Terms
allegory
alliteration
allusion
anadiplosis
A narrative or description having a second meaning beneath th…
The repetition of sounds in a sequence of words (OR in words…
An indirect reference to a person, event, statement, or theme…
Repetition at the start of a line, taking words from the end…
allegory
A narrative or description having a second meaning beneath th…
alliteration
The repetition of sounds in a sequence of words (OR in words…
51 terms
AP Lit Literature and Poetry Terms
allegory
alliteration
allusion
analogy
a narrative either in verse or prose, in which characters, ac…
the repetition of identical or similar consonant sounds, norm…
a reference in a work of literature to something outside the…
a comparison made between 2 items, situations, or ideas that…
allegory
a narrative either in verse or prose, in which characters, ac…
alliteration
the repetition of identical or similar consonant sounds, norm…
32 terms
Lit: Element of Literature- Poetry and Drama
Motif
Subject
Theme
Tragic structure
Recurring idea, ex. In Romeo and Juliet- haste
Main idea of something
"Big idea" of a poem
...
Motif
Recurring idea, ex. In Romeo and Juliet- haste
Subject
Main idea of something
Brit Lit Medieval Literature and Renaissance Poetry Authors
Geoffrey Chaucer
Sir Thomas Malory
Christopher Marlowe
Sir Walter Raleigh
Born in London... Father of English Poetry/Literature... Canterbury…
Le Morte D'Arthur
"The Passionate Shepherd to His Love"
"The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd"
Geoffrey Chaucer
Born in London... Father of English Poetry/Literature... Canterbury…
Sir Thomas Malory
Le Morte D'Arthur
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All AP Literature Lit and Poetry Terms
Abstract/Concrete
Adage
Allegory
Alliteration
Classifications of imagery
A familiar proverb or saying
A literary work in which characters, objects, or actions repr…
The repetition of words or phrases at the beginning of consec…
Abstract/Concrete
Classifications of imagery
Adage
A familiar proverb or saying
63 terms
AP Literature-Lit and Poetry Terms Midterm
u
/
English verse is measured in...
Meter is determined based on...
unaccented
accented
accentual-syllabic meter
the # of syllables in a line & the pattern of stressed in eac…
u
unaccented
/
accented
Brit Lit Medieval Literature and Renaissance Poetry Test Vocab
King Arthur
Sir Bedivere
Sir Lucan
Mordred
Ruler of Camelot, fighter of the Saxons, a great king who bro…
knight of King Arthur who was the last who survived the Last…
One of the knights who survives till the end but dies when he…
Arthur's son/nephew
King Arthur
Ruler of Camelot, fighter of the Saxons, a great king who bro…
Sir Bedivere
knight of King Arthur who was the last who survived the Last…
59 terms
AP Literature Unit 2 Fiction and Poetry Lit of Examination (Semester 1)
metaphor
simile
personification
apostrophe
carrying out an implied change
direct comparison using the words "like" or "as"
giving human attributes to non-humans
addressing an inanimate objects as though it could answer
metaphor
carrying out an implied change
simile
direct comparison using the words "like" or "as"
41 terms
World lit epic poetry and Greek literature quarter 1 review
Undulating
Predatory
Futile
Omnipotent
Moving in a wave like manner
Relating to hunting and feeding on their animals
Useless
All-powerful
Undulating
Moving in a wave like manner
Predatory
Relating to hunting and feeding on their animals
31 terms
Elements of literature third course: poetry lit terms, p.616-619
Speaker
Lyric poem
Free verse
Haiku
Voice that speaks to us in a poem.
Expresses a speakers emotion.
Poem with no real meter.
3 line poem with 17 syllabels
Speaker
Voice that speaks to us in a poem.
Lyric poem
Expresses a speakers emotion.
World lit epic poetry and Greek literature quarter 1 review
Undulating
Predatory
Futile
Omnipotent
Moving in a wave like manner
Relating to hunting and feeding on their animals
Useless
All-powerful
Undulating
Moving in a wave like manner
Predatory
Relating to hunting and feeding on their animals
30 terms
World Literature General Lit. Terms
Theme
Symbol
Imagery
Verbal Irony
central idea or message
something that is itself and something else.
Language that affects the five senses.
Saying one thing and meaning another. (Sarcasm)
Theme
central idea or message
Symbol
something that is itself and something else.
British literature 2nd semester exam vocab lit terms and poetry authors
Abate
Avarice
Egregious
Evanescent
to make less in amount, degree etc to subside
a greedy a desire particularly for Wealth
Conspicious, standing out from the mass
Vanishing, soon passing away; light and airy
Abate
to make less in amount, degree etc to subside
Avarice
a greedy a desire particularly for Wealth
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literature poetry
narrative poem
stanza
onomatopoeia
imagery
tells a story
a group of related lines in a poem
words whose sounds suggest meaning
creating pictures from the senses
narrative poem
tells a story
stanza
a group of related lines in a poem
39 terms
POETRY LITERATURE
stanza
quatrain
couplet
speaker
group of consecutive lines that form a structural unit of a p…
stanza of four lines
two consecutive rhyming lines
the voice that addresses the reader in a poem
stanza
group of consecutive lines that form a structural unit of a p…
quatrain
stanza of four lines
15 terms
Literature poetry
"Hope Is the Thing With Feathers"... "I'm…
"The Bells"
"Analysis of Baseball"... "To Kate, Skati…
"Fifteen"
Emily Dickinson
Edgar Allen Poe
May Swenson
William Stafford
"Hope Is the Thing With Feathers"... "I'm…
Emily Dickinson
"The Bells"
Edgar Allen Poe
28 terms
literature poetry
stanza
speaker
tone
allusion
breaks in lines of poems
imaginary voice assumed by poet
writer's attitude towards the audience
reference to a well known place, person, or thing
stanza
breaks in lines of poems
speaker
imaginary voice assumed by poet
37 terms
Handbook to Literature Lit Terms
Accismus
Acmeism
Adonic Verse
Aesthetic Distance
a pretended refusal that is sincere or hypocritical
the name of a poetic movement founded in Russia in 1912 on th…
The measure that consists of a Dactyl and a Spondee (stress u…
A term used to describe the effect produced when an emotion o…
Accismus
a pretended refusal that is sincere or hypocritical
Acmeism
the name of a poetic movement founded in Russia in 1912 on th…
64 terms
Literature - Poetry
Poetry... Important generic features of p…
Verse
Stanza
Meter
• A tendency towards relative brevity... • A tendency towards co…
A verse is formally a single metrical line in a poetic comp…
A grouping of verses is known as a stanza. In modern free…
A measure of phonological rhythm consisting of stressed and u…
Poetry... Important generic features of p…
• A tendency towards relative brevity... • A tendency towards co…
Verse
A verse is formally a single metrical line in a poetic comp…
7 terms
Literature (Poetry)
poetry
concrete language
connoative
rhythm
artfully compressed thought resulting in the elevated express…
words appealing to one or more of the five senses
the implications and emotional overtones some words carry bey…
the more or less regular recurrence of stressed syllables
poetry
artfully compressed thought resulting in the elevated express…
concrete language
words appealing to one or more of the five senses
Literature: Poetry
Poetry
Rhythm
Sound
Rhyme
The sound and meaning of words are combined to express feelin…
Flow or beat of a poem
When writers use sounds in their poem to make it interesting
Words that end with the same sound; bat,cat, hat
Poetry
The sound and meaning of words are combined to express feelin…
Rhythm
Flow or beat of a poem
12 terms
Literature: Poetry
Alliteration
Onomatopoeia
End Rhyme
Allusion
the repetition of initial consonant sound ... EX: Fred's friends…
the use of words that imitate sounds... EX: Splash
rhyme at the end of lines in a poem; most common rhyme type…
a reference to a well known person, place, event, literary wo…
Alliteration
the repetition of initial consonant sound ... EX: Fred's friends…
Onomatopoeia
the use of words that imitate sounds... EX: Splash
5 terms
Literature poetry
Associations(n)
Device(n)
Insight(n)
Reaction(n)
Connections or relations between thoughts, ideas, or images.…
A way of achieving a particular purpose.... EX: I use my electr…
A clear understanding of the true nature of something.... EX: I…
Response.... EX: When someone scares you, you can have differen…
Associations(n)
Connections or relations between thoughts, ideas, or images.…
Device(n)
A way of achieving a particular purpose.... EX: I use my electr…
441 terms
Handbook to Literature Lit Terms
Accismus
Acmeism
Adonic Verse
Aesthetic Distance
a pretended refusal that is sincere or hypocritical
the name of a poetic movement founded in Russia in 1912 on th…
The measure that consists of a Dactyl and a Spondee (stress u…
A term used to describe the effect produced when an emotion o…
Accismus
a pretended refusal that is sincere or hypocritical
Acmeism
the name of a poetic movement founded in Russia in 1912 on th…
Literature: Poetry Terms
Rhyme
Rhyme Scheme
Rhythm
Meter
Two or more words sound the same... Example: rot, cot, lot
The pattern of rhymes in a poem, usually noted by letters... Ex…
The cadence of a phrase or phrases
The set of rhythm in a poem
Rhyme
Two or more words sound the same... Example: rot, cot, lot
Rhyme Scheme
The pattern of rhymes in a poem, usually noted by letters... Ex…
tog poetry and literature terms
accentual-syllabic Meter
Acrostic poem
Alliteration
Anapest
meter that is measured by the number and pattern of accents a…
a poem in which the first letter of each line, taken together…
the repetition of the initial sound of words in a line or lin…
a foot consisting of two unaccented syllables followed by one…
accentual-syllabic Meter
meter that is measured by the number and pattern of accents a…
Acrostic poem
a poem in which the first letter of each line, taken together…
Drug Lit - Tertiary Literature
Gold Standard... General Drug Information
Gold Standard... Adverse Drug Reactions/…
Gold Standard... Bioequivalence Reference
Gold Standard... Compounding
AHFS Drug Handbook
Meyler's Side Effects of Drugs
Orange Book
Remington: The Science and Practice of Pharmacy
Gold Standard... General Drug Information
AHFS Drug Handbook
Gold Standard... Adverse Drug Reactions/…
Meyler's Side Effects of Drugs
30 terms
British Lit: Anglo Saxon Literature
elegy
kenning
alliteration
caesura
a sad poem or song : a poem or song that expresses sorrow for…
A device employed in Anglo-Saxon poetry in which the name of…
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
A natural pause or break in a line of poetry, usually near th…
elegy
a sad poem or song : a poem or song that expresses sorrow for…
kenning
A device employed in Anglo-Saxon poetry in which the name of…
Literature Poetry
Alliteration
Assonance
Consonance
Onomatopoeia
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words…
the repetition of vowel sounds without the repetition of cons…
the repetition of consonant sounds near the endings of words
the use of a word whose sound suggests its meaning
Alliteration
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words…
Assonance
the repetition of vowel sounds without the repetition of cons…
37 terms
Literature Poetry
What type of poem is "Describe Somebod…
What is "Describe Somebody" about?
Comparing two things using like or as.
The voice of the poem.
Free Verse
Someone trying to write a poem.
Simile
Speaker
What type of poem is "Describe Somebod…
Free Verse
What is "Describe Somebody" about?
Someone trying to write a poem.
Literature & Poetry
Fiction
Prose
Plot
Exposition
Prose writing that tells about imagined characters and/or eve…
The ordinary form of written language.
Series of related events that make up a story or drama.
Introductory material that creates mood, begins to reveal ton…
Fiction
Prose writing that tells about imagined characters and/or eve…
Prose
The ordinary form of written language.
24 terms
American Literature - Poetry Authors
Edward Taylor
Anne Bradstreet
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
William Cullen Bryant
He regarded his poems as sacramental acts of private devotion…
She was the first woman to be published in Colonial America.…
American poet that was influenced somewhat by the transcenden…
The godfather of American Romanticism--and a founder of the R…
Edward Taylor
He regarded his poems as sacramental acts of private devotion…
Anne Bradstreet
She was the first woman to be published in Colonial America.…
Literature poetry
Repitition
Rhythm
Onomatopoeia
Rhyme
Useing sounds, words, or phrases more than once
The beat that created by the pattern of syllables
The use of words that imitates sounds
The repetition of sound at the end of words
Repitition
Useing sounds, words, or phrases more than once
Rhythm
The beat that created by the pattern of syllables
14 terms
literature poetry
lyric
narrative
irony
villanelle
a short poem expressing the thoughts and feelings of a single…
a poem that tells a story. ballads and epics
in language, a discrepancy between what is said and what is m…
a french verse form consisting of 5, three line stanzas and a…
lyric
a short poem expressing the thoughts and feelings of a single…
narrative
a poem that tells a story. ballads and epics
28 terms
Literature poetry
Poetry
Narrative
Lyric
Form
one of the three major genres of literature.... uses concise, mu…
tells a story, has a setting, conflict, pov, plot, characteri…
musical; expresses emotions of speaker; focuses on ideas and…
how the lines and the stanzas are laid out on the page
Poetry
one of the three major genres of literature.... uses concise, mu…
Narrative
tells a story, has a setting, conflict, pov, plot, characteri…
20 terms
Lit literature
Alliteration
Allusion
Anachronism
Aside
The repetition of initial consonant sounds in a set of words…
A reference to an outside work of art, literature, history, r…
The presence of something that does not belong in a settings…
In a play/drama, words spoken by a character directly to the…
Alliteration
The repetition of initial consonant sounds in a set of words…
Allusion
A reference to an outside work of art, literature, history, r…
Literature Poetry
Poetry
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
A condensed form of writing that often appeals to the senses
A comparison between two unlike things using like or as
A comparison between two unlike things without using like or as
The act of giving human characteristics to something not human
Poetry
A condensed form of writing that often appeals to the senses
Simile
A comparison between two unlike things using like or as
Literature Poetry
poetry
fixed form
free form
narrative, dramatic, lyric
concentrated, imaginative experience in language that is chos…
poetry that must stick to a strict set of rules or guidelines
poetry free of guidelines; no rhyme or meter
3 main types of poetry
poetry
concentrated, imaginative experience in language that is chos…
fixed form
poetry that must stick to a strict set of rules or guidelines
literature poetry
poetry
narrative
lyric
form
literature written in verse form and organized in lines
musically uses plot,setting,characters, and theme to tell a s…
expresses the thoughts and feelings of the speaker
shape and appearance of poem in lines and stanzas
poetry
literature written in verse form and organized in lines
narrative
musically uses plot,setting,characters, and theme to tell a s…
45 terms
Literature Poetry
speaker
situation
diction
syntax
voice behind the poem establishing a point of view
circumstances surrounding the poem
choice of words
grammatical order of words
speaker
voice behind the poem establishing a point of view
situation
circumstances surrounding the poem
Literature: Poetry
Dithyrambic/Dramatic Poetry
Dramatic Monologue
Dialogue Poetry
Debat
Chanted at religious rituals by a chorus, forerunner of trage…
Speech for a single character delivered to a silent auditor
Two personae speak alternately
Mock-debate, usually personified abstractions like the soul a…
Dithyrambic/Dramatic Poetry
Chanted at religious rituals by a chorus, forerunner of trage…
Dramatic Monologue
Speech for a single character delivered to a silent auditor
Literature - Poetry
Metonymy:
Prosody:
Denotation
Connotation
comparing alike things: call a business man a "suit"
rhythm, stress. and intonation of speech
the literal or primary meaning of a word, in contrast to the…
an idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its lit…
Metonymy:
comparing alike things: call a business man a "suit"
Prosody:
rhythm, stress. and intonation of speech
Literature: Poetry
Verse
Stanzas
Narrative poetry
Lyric poetry
Lines instead of running .
Function like paragraphs in a story.
Poetry that tells a story.
Poetry that tells about the poets feelings or emotions.
Verse
Lines instead of running .
Stanzas
Function like paragraphs in a story.
36 terms
Literature poetry
Alfred Tennyson
...
Robert Browning
...
Ulysses... Classical poem,dramatic monologue, inspirational poem
Ulysses was an ancient hero.... Telemachus his son.... Ulyyses had…
My last duchess
Dramatic monologue ... Italian prince the duke of ferrara.... Proud…
Alfred Tennyson
Ulysses... Classical poem,dramatic monologue, inspirational poem
...
Ulysses was an ancient hero.... Telemachus his son.... Ulyyses had…
10 terms
literature poetry
courier
masonry
quarry
artificer
messenger
stonework
a place, typically a large, deep pit, from which stone or oth…
a skilled craftsmen
courier
messenger
masonry
stonework
Literature poetry
Denotation
Connotation
Allusion
Allegory
a words meaning as defined in dictionary
Emotional reaction that a word elicits
An indirect reference to any person, place , thing or even in…
an extended symbol where the people places thing and events a…
Denotation
a words meaning as defined in dictionary
Connotation
Emotional reaction that a word elicits
Literature Final-Poetry
Alliteration
Assonance
Personification
Allusion
Repetition of the initial consonant sound
Repetition of the initial vowel sound
Giving a non-human human-like attributes
A reference to something well-known
Alliteration
Repetition of the initial consonant sound
Assonance
Repetition of the initial vowel sound
Literature poetry
Christopher Marlowe
Sir Walter Ralegh
William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare
The Passionate Shepherd to His Love
The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd
Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day
When, In Disgrace with Fortune and Men's Eyes
Christopher Marlowe
The Passionate Shepherd to His Love
Sir Walter Ralegh
The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd
33 terms
Literature-Poetry
alliteration
allusion
assonance
ballad
repetition of identical consonant sounds, most often the soun…
unacknowledged reference and quotations that authors assume t…
repetition of identical vowel sounds in different words in cl…
A narrative poem composed of quatrains rhyming x-a-x-a; may u…
alliteration
repetition of identical consonant sounds, most often the soun…
allusion
unacknowledged reference and quotations that authors assume t…
66 terms
LITERATURE POETRY
Literal
Figurative
Metaphor
Conceit
Exactly true, rather than figurative or metaphorical
Language that cannot be taken literally since it was written…
A comparison that establishes a figurative identity between o…
A fanciful expression, usually in the form of an extended met…
Literal
Exactly true, rather than figurative or metaphorical
Figurative
Language that cannot be taken literally since it was written…
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