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World Literature Week 9
Tortuous
Retort
Extort
Voluble
not direct or straightforward
to reply quickly and sharply
v. To wrongly or illegally force someone to comply with a dem…
talkative; given to rapid, abundant speech
Tortuous
not direct or straightforward
Retort
to reply quickly and sharply
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Literature 9
Timidity
Inundate
Nabob
Croesus
Lack of courage
Overwhelm
A Muslim
Last king of kindya
Timidity
Lack of courage
Inundate
Overwhelm
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Literature #9
Theme
Tone
Trochee
Verse
a central idea or statement that unifies & controls an entire…
the means of creating a relationship or conveying an attitude…
a two-syllable unit or foot of poetry consisting of a heavy s…
a line of metrical writing, stanza, or composition written in…
Theme
a central idea or statement that unifies & controls an entire…
Tone
the means of creating a relationship or conveying an attitude…
literature (9)
Fantasy Criteria
Fantasy Criteria
Fantasy Criteria
Fantasy Criteria
story characterized by universal truth story must be true in…
story marked by consistency (starts in a real life place) A f…
plot of story is original and ingenious
real fantasy begins in reality moves to fantasy then ends in…
Fantasy Criteria
story characterized by universal truth story must be true in…
Fantasy Criteria
story marked by consistency (starts in a real life place) A f…
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9.9 Bookmaking and Literature
illuminated
bookmaking is an ______________
paper making was learned from the ____…
True
to make the bindings, pages and pictures in books gold
art
Chinese
T or F Bookmaking encouraged the growth of Muslim literature.
illuminated
to make the bindings, pages and pictures in books gold
bookmaking is an ______________
art
20 terms
Literature 9 Unit 9
Auxiliary
Candid
Cubicle
Drudgery
Giving assistance or support; a helper, aid
Frank, sincere; impartial; unposed
A small room or compartment
Work that is hard and tiresome
Auxiliary
Giving assistance or support; a helper, aid
Candid
Frank, sincere; impartial; unposed
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Literature 9 Vocab 9
Adversity
Broach
Deference
Esoteric
hardship
start to discuss; approach
respect
obscure and difficult to understand
Adversity
hardship
Broach
start to discuss; approach
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American Literature Vocabulary 9
apprehension
avuncular
blatantly
coddled
(n.) worry, nervousness
(adj.) acting like an uncle, kindly
(adv.) obviously
(adj.) over-protected, kept warm
apprehension
(n.) worry, nervousness
avuncular
(adj.) acting like an uncle, kindly
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AP Literature Vocab 9
Foil (literary device)
Form
Frame
Free Verse
Character who provides a contrastto another character, thus e…
the structure, shape, pattern, organization, or style of a pi…
a narrative constructed so that one or more stories are embed…
unrhymed poetry with lines of varying lengths, containing no…
Foil (literary device)
Character who provides a contrastto another character, thus e…
Form
the structure, shape, pattern, organization, or style of a pi…
Literature 9
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Pun
A figure of speech that makes a comparison with two different…
Figure of speech which makes a hidden comparison with things…
A person, animal, or object regarded as representing or embod…
Humorous use of a word or phrase so as to emphasize or sugges…
Simile
A figure of speech that makes a comparison with two different…
Metaphor
Figure of speech which makes a hidden comparison with things…
Literature 9
Admonition
Deluded
Anecdotal
Dissipation
Counsel, advice, or caution
Deceived or to mislead the mind
Based on personal observation rather the scientific evaluation
A wasting by misuse or a mental distraction
Admonition
Counsel, advice, or caution
Deluded
Deceived or to mislead the mind
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American Literature Vocab #9
asylum
conditional
conformist
haughty
a shelter from danger or hardship (n)
qualified by conditions (adj)
someone who follows established standard of conduct (n)
having or showing arrogant superiority or disdain (adj)
asylum
a shelter from danger or hardship (n)
conditional
qualified by conditions (adj)
Literature les. 9
Blatant
Bludgeon
Bravado
Buffoon
Unpleasantly loud
To beat or strike with a club
A show or pretense of defiance or courage
A clown or jester
Blatant
Unpleasantly loud
Bludgeon
To beat or strike with a club
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9. Literature
drama
poetry
narrative prose
genre
Drama
Lyrik, Poesie
Erzählprosa
Gattung
drama
Drama
poetry
Lyrik, Poesie
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Grade 9 LL Literature
barbarous
invariably
braggart
illumination
(adj.) uncivilized, wild, savagely cruel or harsh
(adv.) always, without exception
(n.) a person who boasts loudly or exaggeratedly
(n.) a source of light
barbarous
(adj.) uncivilized, wild, savagely cruel or harsh
invariably
(adv.) always, without exception
20 terms
Literature 9 Unit 4
Abscond
Access
Anarchy
Arduous
To run off and hide
Approach or admittance to places, persons, things; an increas…
A lack of government and law, confusion
Hard to do, requiring much effort
Abscond
To run off and hide
Access
Approach or admittance to places, persons, things; an increas…
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Grade 9 Literature Devices
Alliteration
Antagonist
Atmosphere
Character
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
A force or person opposing the protagonist
The mood or feeling of a literary work
The qualities distinctive to an individual
Alliteration
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
Antagonist
A force or person opposing the protagonist
20 terms
Literature - Unit 9
first-person point of view
imagery
mood
personal narrative
noun - narrator is a character in the story: "I, me, my, mine…
Description that creates a mental picture and appeals to the…
the emotions or feelings that are conveyed in a literary work
an autobiographical writing focusing on a significant experie…
first-person point of view
noun - narrator is a character in the story: "I, me, my, mine…
imagery
Description that creates a mental picture and appeals to the…
20 terms
Literature 9 Unit 6
Atone
Bondage
Credible
Defray
To make up for.
Slavery, any state of being bound or held down.
Believable.
To pay for.
Atone
To make up for.
Bondage
Slavery, any state of being bound or held down.
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9 grade literature vocab
Diction
dialect
first person
third person limited
the words a writer chooses.
a particular way of speaking that is unique to a social class…
uses "I" pronoun
focus on one character only
Diction
the words a writer chooses.
dialect
a particular way of speaking that is unique to a social class…
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Literature 9 Unit 5
Accomplice
Annihilate
Arbitrary
Brazen
A person who takes part in a crime.
To destroy completely.
Unreasonable; based on one's own wishes or whims without rega…
Made of brass; shameless, imprudent.
Accomplice
A person who takes part in a crime.
Annihilate
To destroy completely.
literature 9/9/15
allususion
anachronism
anaphora
ballad
reference of someone known in history
misplaced in time
reposition of a word/phrase/clause at the beginning of two/+…
a long narrative poem usually in very regular meter or rhyme
allususion
reference of someone known in history
anachronism
misplaced in time
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American Literature Vocabulary week 1/9/17
approbation
assuage
coalition
decadence
(n) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
(v) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to put…
(n) a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose
(n) decline, decay, or deterioration; a condition or period o…
approbation
(n) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
assuage
(v) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to put…
20 terms
Literature 9 Unit 3
Abridge
Adherent
Altercation
Cherubic
To make shorter
A follower, supporter; attached, sticking to
An angry argument
Resembling an angel portrayed as a little child with a beauti…
Abridge
To make shorter
Adherent
A follower, supporter; attached, sticking to
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Literature 9 Unit 2
adjourn
alien
Comely
Compensate
To stop proceedings for a time; to move to another place
A citizen of anther country; foreign, strange
Having a pleasant apparence
To make up for; to repay services
adjourn
To stop proceedings for a time; to move to another place
alien
A citizen of anther country; foreign, strange
20 terms
Literature 9 Unit 7
Adieu
Advent
Apex
Assimilate
"Farewell"; 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
"Farewell"; a farewell
Advent
An arrival; a coming into place or view
Literature 9 weeks exam
Anglo-Saxon poetry
scop
kennings
caesura
was either sung or recited
Anglo-Saxon poet
strong metaphorical expressions
an abrupt break in the middle of a line
Anglo-Saxon poetry
was either sung or recited
scop
Anglo-Saxon poet
Literature Vocabulary Unit 9
avenge
cede
deluge
discretion
(v.) to get revenge for, get even for, settle a score; to pun…
(v.) to give up, surrender; to hand over to another
(n.) a great flood; a heavy fall of rain; anything that comes…
(n.) good judgment; care in speech and action; freedom to jud…
avenge
(v.) to get revenge for, get even for, settle a score; to pun…
cede
(v.) to give up, surrender; to hand over to another
20 terms
Literature 9 Unit 1
Admonish
Breach
Brigand
Circumspect
To caution or advise against something; to scold mildly; to r…
An opening, gap; a violation or infraction... To create an openi…
A bandit
Careful, cautious
Admonish
To caution or advise against something; to scold mildly; to r…
Breach
An opening, gap; a violation or infraction... To create an openi…
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9 - Voices of Literature, Voices in Literature
extra-diegetic narrator
diegetic narrator
diegetic vs. extra-diegetic level
intradiegetic narrator
outside the diegesis
inside the diegesis
- ex. Jane Eyre: she gains her voice in the end ("I married h…
inside the diegesis, outside the hypodiegetic level
extra-diegetic narrator
outside the diegesis
diegetic narrator
inside the diegesis
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Literature Test 9
Plutarch
Plato
dog
Athens
wrote Lives
wrote the Rebublic
Argos was this
Mar's Hill was located in
Plutarch
wrote Lives
Plato
wrote the Rebublic
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Literature Vocabulary Unit # 9
Confection
The children's eyes grew wide with del…
Facile
The student made a ________ argument a…
A sweet food or fancy dish prepared from a variety of ingredi…
Confections
Easily accomplished; (2) Shallow; superficial
Facile
Confection
A sweet food or fancy dish prepared from a variety of ingredi…
The children's eyes grew wide with del…
Confections
20 terms
AP Literature Vocabulary 9
mercurial
miasma
milieu
mirthful
emotionally unpredictable; known for mood swings
poisonous swamp vapor: harmful influence or atmosphere
environment, surroundings
merry, happy, gleeful
mercurial
emotionally unpredictable; known for mood swings
miasma
poisonous swamp vapor: harmful influence or atmosphere
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Unit 7-9 literature
Avenge
Cede
Deluge
Discretion
to get revenge for, get even for, settle a score; to punish s…
to give up, surrender; to hand over to another
a great flood; a heavy fall of rain; anything that comes in a…
good judgement; care in speech and action; freedom to jugde o…
Avenge
to get revenge for, get even for, settle a score; to punish s…
Cede
to give up, surrender; to hand over to another
10 terms
Literature Vocabulary List #9
Accomplice
Annihilate
Arbitrary
Brazen
person who takes part in a crime
to destroy completely
extremely unreasonable and selfish
made of brass (of a higher quality); shameless, saucy, bold
Accomplice
person who takes part in a crime
Annihilate
to destroy completely
English 9 Literature Terms
characterization
characters
character traits
inference
The way a writer creates and develops a character's traits.
The people, animals, or imaginary creatures in a work of lite…
The qualities shown by a character.
An educated guess based on evidence.
characterization
The way a writer creates and develops a character's traits.
characters
The people, animals, or imaginary creatures in a work of lite…
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English 9 Literature (learn the literature)
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings - book
Romeo and Juliet (Acts I,II,III) - play
Oedipus the King - play
"A Telephone Call" - short story
Maya Angelou
Shakespeare
Sophocles
Dorothy Parker
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings - book
Maya Angelou
Romeo and Juliet (Acts I,II,III) - play
Shakespeare
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Literature Vocab 9
Renounce (v)
Treatise (n)
Scathing (adj)
Disparity (n)
Definition: to formally declare one's abandonment of (a claim…
Definition: a written work dealing formally and systematicall…
Definition: witheringly scornful; severely critical... Synonym:…
Definition: a great difference... Synonym: discrepancy, inconsis…
Renounce (v)
Definition: to formally declare one's abandonment of (a claim…
Treatise (n)
Definition: a written work dealing formally and systematicall…
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9 Literature
drama
poetry
poem
narrative prose
Drama, Schauspiel
Lyrik, Poesie
Gedicht
Erzählprosa
drama
Drama, Schauspiel
poetry
Lyrik, Poesie
264 terms
9. Literature
drama
poetry
narrative prose
genre
Drama, Schauspiel
Lyrik, Poesie
Erzählprosa
Gattung
drama
Drama, Schauspiel
poetry
Lyrik, Poesie
10 terms
Literature Vocabulary #9
Morose
Opaque
Paramount
Prattle
Having a gloomy manner, not sociable
Not letting light through
Above all others, chief of importance, supreme
To talk in a foolish/simple way; babble, simple talk
Morose
Having a gloomy manner, not sociable
Opaque
Not letting light through
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ENG 9 - Literature Vocab
summary
analysis
context
connotation
(Latin) noun/adj. - shortened version, ant: wordy, lengthy, u…
(Greek & Mod. Latin) noun, - careful study of something to le…
(Latin & Mid. Eng) noun - related conditions in which somethi…
(Latin & Mid. Eng) noun - an association or idea suggested by…
summary
(Latin) noun/adj. - shortened version, ant: wordy, lengthy, u…
analysis
(Greek & Mod. Latin) noun, - careful study of something to le…
18 terms
AP Literature Vocabulary (Set- 9)
laconic
mien
veracity
wry
Using very few words
demeanor or bearing
Truthfulness
amusing, ironic
laconic
Using very few words
mien
demeanor or bearing
10 terms
Literature Vocab 9
Mundane (adj)
Eulogy (n)
Progeny (n)
Copious (adj)
Definition: ordinary; commonplace ... Synonym: banal, lowly, bor…
Definition: speech or piece of writing in praise of person or…
Definition: children; offspring; descendants... Synonym: kids, f…
Definition: abundant; plentiful; wordy... Synonym: bountiful, ov…
Mundane (adj)
Definition: ordinary; commonplace ... Synonym: banal, lowly, bor…
Eulogy (n)
Definition: speech or piece of writing in praise of person or…
Literature Vocabulary 9
authorize
culprit
dawdle
dissect
Verb: to approve or permit; to give power or authority to
Noun: a person who has committed a crime or is guilty of some…
Verb: to waste time; to be idle; to spend more time in doing…
Verb: to cut apart in preparation for scientific study; to an…
authorize
Verb: to approve or permit; to give power or authority to
culprit
Noun: a person who has committed a crime or is guilty of some…
10 terms
World Literature (Block A) - List 9
err
fiss
lun
-ment
wrong
break, part
moon
agent of, action, process, product or thing
err
wrong
fiss
break, part
20 terms
Literature in Unit # 9
Propitious
The success of the first big movie in…
Prostrate
They were lying _______________ prostr…
Favorably disposed; benevolent
Propitious
Stretched out with face on the ground in adorable or submissi…
Prostrate
Propitious
Favorably disposed; benevolent
The success of the first big movie in…
Propitious
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Literature Terms (English 9)
theme
character
plot
setting
main idea of a story
a person or other actor in a story
what happens in the story
the time, place, and background of a story
theme
main idea of a story
character
a person or other actor in a story
20 terms
Literature 9 Unit 8
Assurance
Asylum
Console
Dilate
A pledge; freedom from doubt, self-confidence.
An institution for care of children, elderly people etc.; a p…
To comfort; the keyboard of an organ; a control panel for an…
To make or become larger or wider; to expand upon.
Assurance
A pledge; freedom from doubt, self-confidence.
Asylum
An institution for care of children, elderly people etc.; a p…
literature vocabulary- lesson 9
Bilk- verb
Homily- noun
Demise- noun
Emit- verb
to cheat or swindle; to thwart (buy in bulk and pay less- to…
a sermon... syn: lecture; speech
death; a ceasing to exist... syn: termination; conclusion
to send out; to give forth, as in light or sound... syn: produce…
Bilk- verb
to cheat or swindle; to thwart (buy in bulk and pay less- to…
Homily- noun
a sermon... syn: lecture; speech
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