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Literary Heroes
royal birth or some type of god
Greek and Roman literature
unusual death
physical suffering
classical
classical
classical
classical
royal birth or some type of god
classical
Greek and Roman literature
classical
Literary Terms Honors Set
Alliteration
Allusion
Ambiguity
Anecdote
Repetition of initial sounds in a phrase.
An expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
The purposeful creation of a statement with more than one pos…
A brief narrative or a retelling of a story or event often ba…
Alliteration
Repetition of initial sounds in a phrase.
Allusion
An expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
7 terms
Tragic Hero terms- Honors LA
Hamartia
Hubris
Peripeteia
Anagnorisis
it is the tragic flaw that causes the downfall of a hero
It is the excessive pride and disrespect of a hero for natura…
reversal of fate that hero experiences
this moment happens when the hero makes an important discover…
Hamartia
it is the tragic flaw that causes the downfall of a hero
Hubris
It is the excessive pride and disrespect of a hero for natura…
38 terms
The Heroes (Eng II Honors)
Golden Fleece
Jason
Jason, Theseus, Perseus, Atalanta, Her…
Perseus
Jason's quest?
Medea loved?
Which heroes had an unusual birth or childhood?
Who killed Medusa?
Golden Fleece
Jason's quest?
Jason
Medea loved?
42 terms
honoring heroes
honor
event
fought
brave
존경을 표하다
행사
fight-fought
용감한
honor
존경을 표하다
event
행사
10 terms
Unsung Heroes - Honors
imbued
stipulation
verbatim
linguistic
(v)saturated, filled
(noun) a condition specified as part of an agreement
(adj., adv.) word for word; exactly as written or spoken
n. the scientific study of the structure, sounds, and meaning…
imbued
(v)saturated, filled
stipulation
(noun) a condition specified as part of an agreement
Honors Vocab: Heroes #2
superación
fallecido
drogado
empeño
overcoming, self-improvement
dead
drugged
effort
superación
overcoming, self-improvement
fallecido
dead
27 terms
Honors literary terms
Allegory
Allusion
Ambiguity
Colloquial/Colloquialism
The device of using character and/or story elements symbolica…
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
The multiple meanings, either intentional or unintentional, o…
The use of slang or informalities in speech or writing. Not g…
Allegory
The device of using character and/or story elements symbolica…
Allusion
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
10 terms
Unsung Heroes - Honors
imbued
stipulation
verbatim
linguistic
(v)saturated, filled
(noun) a condition specified as part of an agreement
(adj., adv.) word for word; exactly as written or spoken
n. the scientific study of the structure, sounds, and meaning…
imbued
(v)saturated, filled
stipulation
(noun) a condition specified as part of an agreement
Honors American heroes
Web dubois
Thomas edison
Andrew Carnegie
Jd Rockefeller
Social justice , founder of NAACP
Light bulb inventor of 1920
"Steel King
"Oil man" most hated man in America
Web dubois
Social justice , founder of NAACP
Thomas edison
Light bulb inventor of 1920
Honors LA hero cycle
Supranational Aid
Freedom to live
Belly of the Whale
Crossing of the return Threshold
The gods are either for O or against O, for example the god o…
O is free to live his life Penelope without worry of his resp…
He gets trapped on Calypso's island he just can't go back he…
He was put through a series of tests to see if Odysseus was r…
Supranational Aid
The gods are either for O or against O, for example the god o…
Freedom to live
O is free to live his life Penelope without worry of his resp…
19 terms
Heroes by Literary Period
Royal birth, or godly
Almost perfect, but has one FATAL flaw
Suffering is physical, with unusual de…
Fights for himself (selfish), but comm…
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Royal birth, or godly
Classical
Almost perfect, but has one FATAL flaw
Classical
english honors vocab on heros
tragic hero
hubris
hartia
Ate
a literary character who makes an error of judgment or has a…
exaggerated self pride or self-confidence (overbearing pride)…
Literally translated, a hamartia is a "fatal flaw." In Greek…
The blind recklessness frequently displayed by tragic heroes.…
tragic hero
a literary character who makes an error of judgment or has a…
hubris
exaggerated self pride or self-confidence (overbearing pride)…
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English II Honors Heroes
King Athamas
Nephele
Phrixus
Ram with the Golden Fleece
Married to Nephele and father of Phrixus ad Helle
Mother of Phrixus and Helle. Gets divorced from Athamas and i…
Son of Athamas and Nephele
Sent by Hermes to save Phrixus and Helle. Phrixus and Nephele…
King Athamas
Married to Nephele and father of Phrixus ad Helle
Nephele
Mother of Phrixus and Helle. Gets divorced from Athamas and i…
17 terms
Heros journey- 9th honors lit
heros journey
Epic hero traits
foil
Epics
status quo... call to adventure... refusal of the call... assistance... d…
fatal flaw; nobility ... royal birth/demi god... accepts challenges…
a character that stands in stark contrast to another characte…
long narrative poems that tell of adventures of heroes... -TOLD…
heros journey
status quo... call to adventure... refusal of the call... assistance... d…
Epic hero traits
fatal flaw; nobility ... royal birth/demi god... accepts challenges…
Honors vocab: Heroes #1 Verbos
apoyar
drogarse
empeñarse
fallecer
To support
to take drugs
to make an effort to, insist on
To die
apoyar
To support
drogarse
to take drugs
12 terms
Heroes Unit Literary Terms
archetype
allegory
cultural significance
drama
a typical character, situation, or story line found in many s…
an extended metaphor where people, objects, or events in a st…
the generally accepted importance of a work representing a gi…
a genre of literature - a play intended to be performed, eith…
archetype
a typical character, situation, or story line found in many s…
allegory
an extended metaphor where people, objects, or events in a st…
35 terms
Poetry Literary Terms Honors
The author of Dream Deferred
The poem "Metaphors' by Sylvia Plath i…
(u/) (u/) (u/) (u/) (u/)
(/u) (/u) (/u) (/u)
Langston Hughes
extended metaphor
Iambic pentameter
trochaic tetrameter
The author of Dream Deferred
Langston Hughes
The poem "Metaphors' by Sylvia Plath i…
extended metaphor
15 terms
Honors Literary Terms for Antigone
tragedy
tragic hero
hamartia
hubris
a dramatic composition, often in verse, dealing with a seriou…
According to Aristotle:a character of usually of noble birth…
noun tragic flaw. literature the flaw in character which lead…
excessive pride or self-confidence; arrogance. (in Greek trag…
tragedy
a dramatic composition, often in verse, dealing with a seriou…
tragic hero
According to Aristotle:a character of usually of noble birth…
20 terms
Ancient Greek Heroes Literary Terms
Oral Tradition
genre
bard
legend
the way stories were normally passed on by word of mouth in a…
a type of literature; a category
a poet; an ancient singer of stories written as poetry and se…
a story about a real person whose heroic deeds have been exag…
Oral Tradition
the way stories were normally passed on by word of mouth in a…
genre
a type of literature; a category
Honors Literary Elements
allegory
alliteration
allusion
anagram
An extended metaphor in which objects, persons, and actions a…
The repetition of initial sounds in neighboring words. Can be…
A brief reference to a person, event, or place, real or ficti…
A word or phrase made by transposing the letters.... Example: To…
allegory
An extended metaphor in which objects, persons, and actions a…
alliteration
The repetition of initial sounds in neighboring words. Can be…
Honors Literary Elements
literary element
character
static character
dynamic character
a feature that can be found in any written or spoken narrativ…
anyone in a story
a character that does not change in the story
a character that changes in ... the story
literary element
a feature that can be found in any written or spoken narrativ…
character
anyone in a story
Honors English Hero's Journey
the ordinary world
the call to adventure
meeting with the mentor
test, allies, & enemies
the hero faces personal challenges in the first world
the hero is spoken to in some way in his ordinary world
the hero crosses paths with a seasoned traveler who gives the…
the hero is tested by his enemies & allies
the ordinary world
the hero faces personal challenges in the first world
the call to adventure
the hero is spoken to in some way in his ordinary world
Literature: Heroes literary terms
Prologue
Flashback
Simile
Sarcasm
An introduction to a literary work
A reference to events that occurred before the main story or…
Comparisons of unlike odjects using like or as
Mock praise
Prologue
An introduction to a literary work
Flashback
A reference to events that occurred before the main story or…
Literary Devices- Classical Heroes
epic poetry
invocation
epithet
epic hero
long, formal, narrative poem written in an elevated style tha…
a direct and explicit request for help
an adjective or phrase applied to a noun (commonly a name) to…
a man of great significance
epic poetry
long, formal, narrative poem written in an elevated style tha…
invocation
a direct and explicit request for help
Heroes and Villains Literary Terms
allegory
archetype
bildungsroman
diction
story that can be seen to have a hidden meaning or symbol
very typical example of a certain person or thing
coming of age novel
choice and use of words and phrases in speech or writing
allegory
story that can be seen to have a hidden meaning or symbol
archetype
very typical example of a certain person or thing
19 terms
Literary Heroes Vocabulary
Epic
Epic Hero
Elegy
Wergild
A long narrative poem, written in heightened language, which…
a brave and noble character in an epic poem, admired for grea…
a sorrowful poem or speech
a fine, the amount paid by the wrongdoer to the family of the…
Epic
A long narrative poem, written in heightened language, which…
Epic Hero
a brave and noble character in an epic poem, admired for grea…
Classic tragic hero vocab (honors)
Tragic hero
Hamartia
Hubris
Recognition
Admirable character who is in done by a hamartia
Tragic mistake
Negative term implying hamartia
A moment when protagonist realizes an important fact or insight
Tragic hero
Admirable character who is in done by a hamartia
Hamartia
Tragic mistake
13 terms
English II Honors: Heros Journey Notes
1
2
3
4
Call to Adventure
Assistance
Departure
Trials
1
Call to Adventure
2
Assistance
Literary Elements Honors 9
Imagery
Symbolism
Hyperbole
Alliteration
Language that evokes one or all five of the senses: touch sig…
Using an object, action, or idea to represent something other…
Exaggeration or overstatement
The repetition of initial sounds in neighboring words, can be…
Imagery
Language that evokes one or all five of the senses: touch sig…
Symbolism
Using an object, action, or idea to represent something other…
15 terms
Honors Intro to Lit Epics and Heroes
epic
epithets
Epic Similes/Homeric Simile
The Classical Hero
-a very long poem... -a hero is faced with a challenge and in th…
-brief descriptive phrases... -characterize a person or thing... -s…
-uses like or as "sometimes"... -comparison between 2 things... -an…
-he is of royal birth... -might be half mortal of half god... -born…
epic
-a very long poem... -a hero is faced with a challenge and in th…
epithets
-brief descriptive phrases... -characterize a person or thing... -s…
English Honors Literary Terms
Alliteration
Allusion
Archetype
Ballad
repetition of first letter consonant sound; used to catch att…
when something of general knowledge (person, thing, event) is…
a detail, image, or character type that occurs frequently in…
is a poem that is typically arranged in quatrains with the rh…
Alliteration
repetition of first letter consonant sound; used to catch att…
Allusion
when something of general knowledge (person, thing, event) is…
hero words and literary terms
tantalize: She was tantalized by the p…
succumb: How could I go on believing n…
quintessence a selfless desire to help…
aegis
(v.) to tease, torment by teasing
(v.) Fail to resist
(n.) perfect example of a quality or class
( n.)protection of a particular person or organization
tantalize: She was tantalized by the p…
(v.) to tease, torment by teasing
succumb: How could I go on believing n…
(v.) Fail to resist
45 terms
9 Honors Literary Devices
indirect characterization
dynamic character
protagonist
foil
when the reader has to infer what a character is like accordi…
a character who changes due to the events which occur through…
a story's main character
a character who is the complete opposite of the protagonist a…
indirect characterization
when the reader has to infer what a character is like accordi…
dynamic character
a character who changes due to the events which occur through…
34 terms
Honors Literary Terms
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Imagery
A comparison between two or more items using 'like' or 'as'
A comparison between two unlike things that share something i…
Giving human characteristics to things not living
The use of sensory details to paint a picture with words
Simile
A comparison between two or more items using 'like' or 'as'
Metaphor
A comparison between two unlike things that share something i…
18 terms
Honors English 11 Literary Terms
paraphrase
stanza
speaker
imagery
to put into your own words, especially to achieve greater cla…
a group of lines in a poem
the narrative voice in a literary work who speaks of his or h…
words that appeal to a reader's five senses
paraphrase
to put into your own words, especially to achieve greater cla…
stanza
a group of lines in a poem
Literary Terms: Honors 10
antagonist
atmosphere
character
static character
a person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
the emotional feelings inspired by work.
a creature that is involved in a piece of writing, in a film…
a character that remains the same throughout the story, they…
antagonist
a person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
atmosphere
the emotional feelings inspired by work.
49 terms
Heroes and Quests Collection 6 Test Literary Elements
alliteration
allusion
antonyms
archetypes
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
A reference to literary person, place, event or composition
Words with opposite meanings
Universal concepts we all share as part of the human species…
alliteration
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
allusion
A reference to literary person, place, event or composition
16 terms
Honors LA: Literary Terms
Antagonist
Character
Climax
Denouement
the adversary of the protagonist of a literary work
the person portrayed in a drama or novel
the turning point in a plot; very intense moment in the drama
the final resolution; the events following the climax
Antagonist
the adversary of the protagonist of a literary work
Character
the person portrayed in a drama or novel
7 terms
Literary Time Periods- Honors
Enlightenment
Romanticism
Transcendentalism
Realism
1607-1800... - Puritans and Pilgrims/ Native American literature…
1800-1855... - Expansion of book publishing... - Industrial Revolut…
1840-1855... - Stressed individualism, intuition, nature, self-r…
1865-1915... - Civil war brings demand for a "truer" type of lit…
Enlightenment
1607-1800... - Puritans and Pilgrims/ Native American literature…
Romanticism
1800-1855... - Expansion of book publishing... - Industrial Revolut…
Honors 9 Literary Terms
Theme
Dialect
Alteration
Symbolism
The author's view on life and people's behavior
The language used the people of a specific geography, class,…
The repetition of sounds or noises
the use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities.
Theme
The author's view on life and people's behavior
Dialect
The language used the people of a specific geography, class,…
Honors II Literary Terms
allusion
climax
flashback
foreshadowing
an intentional reference to another literary work or piece of…
the most exciting part of a story where all of the main confl…
a literary device that allows writers to show their audience…
when the author hints at actions that will come in the future
allusion
an intentional reference to another literary work or piece of…
climax
the most exciting part of a story where all of the main confl…
Honors LA: Literary Terms
Antagonist
Character
Climax
Denouement
the adversary of the protagonist of a literary work
the person portrayed in a drama or novel
the turning point in a plot; very intense moment in the drama
the final resolution; the events following the climax
Antagonist
the adversary of the protagonist of a literary work
Character
the person portrayed in a drama or novel
36 terms
Honors 9 Literary Terms
author's purpose
plot
exposition
rising action
His/Her main reason for writing; to entertain, inform, pursuade
sequence of events in a story
beginning; includes the introduction of characters, setting,…
story builds, suspense builds, plot develops
author's purpose
His/Her main reason for writing; to entertain, inform, pursuade
plot
sequence of events in a story
36 terms
Honors 9 Literary Terms
author's purpose
plot
exposition
rising action
His/Her main reason for writing; to entertain, inform, pursuade
sequence of events in a story
beginning; includes the introduction of characters, setting,…
story builds, suspense builds, plot develops
author's purpose
His/Her main reason for writing; to entertain, inform, pursuade
plot
sequence of events in a story
45 terms
Literary Terms Honors English I
short story
plot
hook
exposition
a piece of prose fiction, usually under 10,000 words
sequence of events in a work of literature
designed to catch people's attention
background information for a short story
short story
a piece of prose fiction, usually under 10,000 words
plot
sequence of events in a work of literature
Honors 9 Literary Terms
author's purpose
plot
exposition
rising action
His/Her main reason for writing; to entertain, inform, pursuade
sequence of events in a story
beginning; includes the introduction of characters, setting,…
story builds, suspense builds, plot develops
author's purpose
His/Her main reason for writing; to entertain, inform, pursuade
plot
sequence of events in a story
Honors 2016 Literary Terms
Theme
Symbols
narrator
Point of view
the main point of the story
one thing that can mean one thing but can also suggest anothe…
the one who tells the story.
the relationship of the narrator to the story that he/she tel…
Theme
the main point of the story
Symbols
one thing that can mean one thing but can also suggest anothe…
13 terms
Literary Periods- Ketch Honors 10
Modernist fiction
Contemporary Literature
Transcendentalism
The Harlem Renaissance
Modernism's fiction and writings are characterized by a break…
In this, we see an influence on our literature from past and…
Characterized by a philosophy known as Idealism and held a be…
Characterized by the coming-of-age of African-American cultur…
Modernist fiction
Modernism's fiction and writings are characterized by a break…
Contemporary Literature
In this, we see an influence on our literature from past and…
61 terms
NPIB/Honors Heroes Unit Review
What are five characteristics that mak…
What are the different types of heroes…
What is an epic hero?
What is a folk hero?
*enhanced skills/capabilities ... *overcome an obstacle... *help ot…
*epic hero... *folk hero... *romantic hero... *tragic hero... *super hero…
a hero who is unnaturally large/strong who embarks upon a jou…
remembered by the masses for achievements, usually song
What are five characteristics that mak…
*enhanced skills/capabilities ... *overcome an obstacle... *help ot…
What are the different types of heroes…
*epic hero... *folk hero... *romantic hero... *tragic hero... *super hero…
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