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35 terms
Quarter 3 Literature terms
essay
biography
autobiography
genre
short piece of prose that examines a single subject
account of a person's life written by another person
person's account of his or her own life
types of reading selections
essay
short piece of prose that examines a single subject
biography
account of a person's life written by another person
26 terms
Quarter 3 Literature vocabulary
drifting
frayed
reinvented
somber
being carried along as if by air or water
worn away, unraveled
created again, or made new
dark, melancholy
drifting
being carried along as if by air or water
frayed
worn away, unraveled
32 terms
Quarter 3 Literature vocabulary
unfortunate
instinct
reluctance
inconsolable
marked by ill fortune
inborn pattern of behavior
unwillingness
unable to be comforted; brokenhearted
unfortunate
marked by ill fortune
instinct
inborn pattern of behavior
23 terms
Quarter 3 Literature terms
conclusion
folk tale
foreshadow
generalization
a general summing up of the specific details in a text
stories with no known author that were originally passed by w…
clues that hint at future actions
a broad statement that covers several situations
conclusion
a general summing up of the specific details in a text
folk tale
stories with no known author that were originally passed by w…
5 terms
Literature Quarter 2-3
Aquitted (v.)
Agony(n.)
Circumstance(n.)
Delerious(adj.)
To decide that somene is not guilty of a crime
Extreme mental or physical pain
A condition or fact that affects a situation
Not able to think or speak clearly especially because of feve…
Aquitted (v.)
To decide that somene is not guilty of a crime
Agony(n.)
Extreme mental or physical pain
20 terms
Literature vocabulary quarter 3
Form
Stanza
Free Verse
Speaker
A way in which a poem's lines and words are on a page.
A group of lines in a poem
A poem with no set rules.
The voice that talks to the reader
Form
A way in which a poem's lines and words are on a page.
Stanza
A group of lines in a poem
40 terms
Quarter 3- Literature Roots
andro
anthrop
arch
auto
man, male
mankind, man
first, chief, rule
self
andro
man, male
anthrop
mankind, man
16 terms
literature quarter 3 review :)
Exasperated
Jaunty
Galling
Disheartened
v. to make someone very angry and annoyed
lively in manner or apppearance
adj. causing someone to feed angry or annoyed
to case a person to lose hope
Exasperated
v. to make someone very angry and annoyed
Jaunty
lively in manner or apppearance
29 terms
AP literature 3 quarter
Apostrophe
Sestet
Villanelle
Dramatic Monologue
Figure of speech in which a speaker directly addresses an abs…
Six-Line stanza.
-A nineteen-line poem divided into five tercets, each with th…
A poem in which the speaker addresses one or more listeners w…
Apostrophe
Figure of speech in which a speaker directly addresses an abs…
Sestet
Six-Line stanza.
25 terms
Literature Quarter 3 Words
Alliteration
Ballad
Couplet
Epic Poem
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
Type of narrative poem that tells a story and was originally…
A rhymed pair of lines
A long poem about the adventures of a hero
Alliteration
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
Ballad
Type of narrative poem that tells a story and was originally…
12 terms
Literatura (literature) Quarter 3
La bahía
El bote
La cascada
El faro
Bay
Boat
Cascade; waterfall
Lighthouse; beacon
La bahía
Bay
El bote
Boat
20 terms
Literature vocabulary quarter 3
Form
Stanza
Free Verse
Speaker
A way in which a poem's lines and words are on a page.
A group of lines in a poem
A poem with no set rules.
The voice that talks to the reader
Form
A way in which a poem's lines and words are on a page.
Stanza
A group of lines in a poem
10 terms
English Quarter 3 Literature
Who is the main character in Fahrenhei…
Who is the girl who makes Montag chang…
Who is the wife of Montag?
What is the "family"?
Guy Montag
Clarisse McClellan
Mildred
The set of TVS
Who is the main character in Fahrenhei…
Guy Montag
Who is the girl who makes Montag chang…
Clarisse McClellan
53 terms
Quarter 3 Literature Exam
The Silver Mine was written by whom?
Selma Lagerlof was born in what country?
Where is the Silver Mine set?
Who was the rich farmer that lost his…
Selma Lagerlof
Sweden
Sweden
Ilyas
The Silver Mine was written by whom?
Selma Lagerlof
Selma Lagerlof was born in what country?
Sweden
54 terms
AP Literature Vocabulary Quarter 3
Dint
Enjoin
Admonish
Lassitude
power; force of attack
command; order; forbid
To warn
Lack of energy, tiredness
Dint
power; force of attack
Enjoin
command; order; forbid
19 terms
Literature Quarter 3 Study Set
Conflict
Points of View
Third Person Objective
Third Person Objective
A problem in the story
First person, third person limited, and third person omniscient
A non-fiction article and our argumentative speeches are writ…
A point of view that is used in the non-fiction genre and has…
Conflict
A problem in the story
Points of View
First person, third person limited, and third person omniscient
56 terms
AP Literature Vocabulary Quarter 3
Dint
Enjoin
Admonish
Lassitude
(Noun) Force; power.
(Verb) To prescribe with authority or emphasis.
(Verb) To caution, advise, or counsel against something.
(Noun) Weariness of body or mind from strain, lack of energy.
Dint
(Noun) Force; power.
Enjoin
(Verb) To prescribe with authority or emphasis.
27 terms
Honors Literature Quarter 3 Vocab
Magnanimous
Affidavit
Ubiquitous
Amplify
having or showing a generous and kind nature. S= noble, big,…
a written report which is signed by a person who promises tha…
seeming to be seen everywhere. S=omnipresent A=rare
to increase the strength of something. S=boost A=weaken
Magnanimous
having or showing a generous and kind nature. S= noble, big,…
Affidavit
a written report which is signed by a person who promises tha…
80 terms
AP Literature Quarter 3 Vocabulary
abstract
acumen
bigot
bowdlerize
relating to or involving general ideas or qualities rather th…
the ability to think clearly and make good decisions; keennes…
a person who strongly and unfairly dislikes other people, ide…
to change (a book, play, movie, etc.) by removing parts that…
abstract
relating to or involving general ideas or qualities rather th…
acumen
the ability to think clearly and make good decisions; keennes…
8 terms
Quarter 3- Literature Vocab- Prefix
A
An
Ant/Anti
Dia
not, without
not, without
against, opposite
through, across
A
not, without
An
not, without
32 terms
8ELA Literature Terms Quarter 3
the arrangement of words in a sentence
the attitude behind the author's words
a character in literature who changes…
the character or force that stands in…
syntax
tone
dynamic character
antaganist
the arrangement of words in a sentence
syntax
the attitude behind the author's words
tone
10 terms
Quarter 3 Vocabulary (literature book)
Finicky
Dispute
Ambled
Delved
fussy and extremely careful
argument
walked easily,without hurrying
searched
Finicky
fussy and extremely careful
Dispute
argument
45 terms
British literature: quarter 3 vocab
Arable
Beatitude
Bevy
Blight
Adj. suitable for farming
Noun. Blessedness
Noun. A group of people or things; birds
Vt. To destroy
Arable
Adj. suitable for farming
Beatitude
Noun. Blessedness
80 terms
Quarter 3 Vocabulary for Honors Literature
fraudulent
irresolute
steadfastness
gravity
cheating, dishonest
doubtful, unsure, undecided
fixed, steady, stability
seriousness, importance
fraudulent
cheating, dishonest
irresolute
doubtful, unsure, undecided
10 terms
Poems Quarter 3 American Literature
Thanatopsis
The tide rises, the tide falls
The cross of snow
The chambered nautalis
what happens after you die, you come with the earth, death is…
three periods of the day, poem starts at twilight, stanza two…
cross of the mountain and the cross on his chest, both are cu…
a broken shell, comparing the stages of life to the shell, an…
Thanatopsis
what happens after you die, you come with the earth, death is…
The tide rises, the tide falls
three periods of the day, poem starts at twilight, stanza two…
66 terms
Literature vocabulary end of quarter 3
Benevolent
Benefactor
Benign
Accord
Favorable towards
Friendly aid
Causing no harm
Agreement
Benevolent
Favorable towards
Benefactor
Friendly aid
30 terms
Literature Terms - Quarter 3 - 7th
alliteration
assonance
ballad
couplet
the repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
the repetition of vowel sounds within non-rhyming words
a type of narrative poem that tells a story and was originall…
a rhymed pair of lines
alliteration
the repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
assonance
the repetition of vowel sounds within non-rhyming words
22 terms
Literature Final Review Quarter 3
Plot
Exposition
Rising Action
Falling Action
A stories plot is the sequence of related events that make up…
Is usually found at the beginning of the story or play that i…
The plot builds toward the climax
Loose ends are tied up and the story is brought to a close
Plot
A stories plot is the sequence of related events that make up…
Exposition
Is usually found at the beginning of the story or play that i…
23 terms
Literature Quiz LA-1 Quarter 3
Drama
Characterization(character development)
Characterization(DIRECT METHOD)
Characterization(INDIRECT METHOD)
Tells a story throughout the action and dialogue of character…
The author's act of creating and developing a character.
The author tells the reader about the character.
Other characters tell of a character.
Drama
Tells a story throughout the action and dialogue of character…
Characterization(character development)
The author's act of creating and developing a character.
10 terms
DAVOIS - CNHS Literature Terms - Quarter 3
exposition
rising action
climax
resolution/denouement
the introduction of information
adding problems or complications
the moment right before the conflict is resolved
the wrap up of the story
exposition
the introduction of information
rising action
adding problems or complications
14 terms
Vocab. Words #3 3rd quarter (Literature)
Unconscionable
Unremitting
Urbane
Usurp
not controlled by conscience
unceasing; unabated; relentless
poised; sophisticated; refined
to seize wrongfully
Unconscionable
not controlled by conscience
Unremitting
unceasing; unabated; relentless
9 terms
Ancient Roman Literature Quarter 3 Test Review
Caesar
Catullus' poems
Plutarch's "Life of Cicero"
On Rhetoric
Caesar, who held the province of Transalpine Gaul, worked to…
Catullus' poems present a radical departure from the discipli…
Plutarch's "Life of Cicero" provides a good background to the…
The letters of Cicero provide more personal insight into the…
Caesar
Caesar, who held the province of Transalpine Gaul, worked to…
Catullus' poems
Catullus' poems present a radical departure from the discipli…
107 terms
Language and Literature II Honors- Quarter 3 Vocabulary
Acclaim
Adamant
Aloof
Ameliorate
praise; applaud
refusing to change; stubborn; unyielding
detached; apart; indifferent
to make an unpleasant situation better; to improve
Acclaim
praise; applaud
Adamant
refusing to change; stubborn; unyielding
30 terms
DAVOIS - CNHS Literature Terms - Quarters 1 - 3
protagonist
antagonist
setting
plot
main character
against main character
time and place of the story
order of events
protagonist
main character
antagonist
against main character
32 terms
Quarter 3 Literature vocabulary 6th grade
unfortunate
instinct
reluctance
inconsolable
marked by ill fortune
inborn pattern of behavior
unwillingness
unable to be comforted; brokenhearted
unfortunate
marked by ill fortune
instinct
inborn pattern of behavior
38 terms
Kolbe Literature 3 Exam - Quarter 3
When did Chaurcher write the Canturbur…
What language is the Canterbury Tales…
Where are the characters in the Canter…
What is the order of the first three c…
1386-1400
Middle English
The Cathedral at Canterbury where lie the remains of St. Thom…
Knight, Squire, Yeoman
When did Chaurcher write the Canturbur…
1386-1400
What language is the Canterbury Tales…
Middle English
38 terms
Kolbe Literature 3 Exam - Quarter 3
When did Chaurcher write the Canturbur…
What language is the Canterbury Tales…
Where are the characters in the Canter…
What is the order of the first three c…
1386-1400
Middle English
The Cathedral at Canterbury where lie the remains of St. Thom…
Knight, Squire, Yeoman
When did Chaurcher write the Canturbur…
1386-1400
What language is the Canterbury Tales…
Middle English
23 terms
Quarter 3 Literature terms 6th grade
conclusion
folk tale
foreshadow
generalization
a general summing up of the specific details in a text
stories with no known author that were originally passed by w…
clues that hint at future actions
a broad statement that covers several situations
conclusion
a general summing up of the specific details in a text
folk tale
stories with no known author that were originally passed by w…
14 terms
[American Literature] Vocab 3 - Quarter 1
Infamy
Licentious
Nefarious
Obtrusive
[noun] the state of being well known for some bad quality or…
[adjective] disregarding accepted rules or conventions, espec…
[adjective] (typically of an action or activity) wicked or cr…
[adjective] noticeable or prominent in an unwelcome or intrus…
Infamy
[noun] the state of being well known for some bad quality or…
Licentious
[adjective] disregarding accepted rules or conventions, espec…
10 terms
Literature vocabulary quarter1 test3
Pilfer
Palisades
Conceits
Mollified
V. Steal,
N. A fence of wooden railings or stakes used for defense
N. strange and fanciful ideas
V. Soothed, calmed
Pilfer
V. Steal,
Palisades
N. A fence of wooden railings or stakes used for defense
14 terms
American literature quarter 3 final vocab
Fractiousness
Supercilious
Transcendent
Innuendo
Readily angered, irritable, quarrelsome
Behaving or looking as though one thinks they are superior to…
To go beyond ordinary limits, to cover everything
An indirect intimation about a person or thing, especially of…
Fractiousness
Readily angered, irritable, quarrelsome
Supercilious
Behaving or looking as though one thinks they are superior to…
55 terms
literature exam review quarter 3 synonyms
scuttle
auxiliary
monologue
repugnant
abandon, discard, scrap, ditch, dump
additional, reserve, accessory
soliloquy
hatful, odious, revolting repulsive
scuttle
abandon, discard, scrap, ditch, dump
auxiliary
additional, reserve, accessory
19 terms
Authors Quarter 3 Finals (American Literature)
Henry Wordsworth Longfellow
Oliver... Wendell Holmes
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Henry David Thoreau
poetry appealed to people who... wanted sermons, famous for song…
He was a physician and was the dean at Harvard medical school…
founder of transcendentalist in the US, before... writing he was…
said that he had... no ambition by Emerson, unsucceful in most p…
Henry Wordsworth Longfellow
poetry appealed to people who... wanted sermons, famous for song…
Oliver... Wendell Holmes
He was a physician and was the dean at Harvard medical school…
57 terms
Roman Literature: Quarter 3 Exam Review sheet
When did Julius Caesar live?
Which province did Caesar hold?
Caesar reported using _____ in the ___…
Who were the members of the second tri…
100-44 BC
The province of Transalpine Gaul
commentaries... third
Marc Antony, Octavius and Lepidus
When did Julius Caesar live?
100-44 BC
Which province did Caesar hold?
The province of Transalpine Gaul
72 terms
Q3 Literature10 Quarter Final Prep
Allowing species to become extinct is…
In the Ramayana, toward the end of the…
I went to France two years ago. It was…
The epic of Gilgamesh: In the prologue…
Changed part: "a big risk; it's impossible for us.."
Mountain herbs
studied
On stones on the walls of Uruk
Allowing species to become extinct is…
Changed part: "a big risk; it's impossible for us.."
In the Ramayana, toward the end of the…
Mountain herbs
49 terms
literature 1st quarter exam
setting
plot
rhyme
rhythm
time and place of the story
action of the story
repetition of the same end-sounds in poems
pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables
setting
time and place of the story
plot
action of the story
23 terms
Quarter 1 Literature vocabulary
bouts
pensively
torrent
dispelled
matches; contests
thoughtfully
flood; rush
driven away
bouts
matches; contests
pensively
thoughtfully
23 terms
Quarter 1 Literature terms
climax
complications
direct characterization
external conflict
the point a which the conflict is decided one way or another
a series of events that take place that make it hard on the c…
when the description is given in writing
a struggle between two opposing forces or people
climax
the point a which the conflict is decided one way or another
complications
a series of events that take place that make it hard on the c…
18 terms
Literature terms, Quarter III
Allegory
Allusion
Anecdote
Characterization
A literary work in which characters, objects, or actions repr…
An allusion is a figure of speech whereby the author refers t…
A short verbal accounting of a funny, amusing, interesting ev…
The step by step process wherein an author introduces and the…
Allegory
A literary work in which characters, objects, or actions repr…
Allusion
An allusion is a figure of speech whereby the author refers t…
20 terms
2nd Quarter Literature Vocabulary
Setting
Protagonist
Antagonist
Plot
The time, place, environment, and mood of a story.
The main character in a story
The person/thing working against the protagonist
Sequence of events in the story
Setting
The time, place, environment, and mood of a story.
Protagonist
The main character in a story
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