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20 terms
Literature & Writing
fiction
novel
short story
poetry
n. 小说,(虚构)故事
长篇小说
短篇小说
n.诗歌,诗集
fiction
n. 小说,(虚构)故事
novel
长篇小说
20 terms
Literature and writing
Exasperated
Glimpse
Futile
Fervent
To make someone really angry or annoying.
Look or see something or someone for short time.
A pointless or useless.
To feel very strongly.
Exasperated
To make someone really angry or annoying.
Glimpse
Look or see something or someone for short time.
9 terms
Writing and literature
Puritanism
Puritanism 2
Puritanism 3
Puritanism 4
Plain, simple style - fancy writing equal pride
Public writing to provide spiritual instruction ... Private writ…
No fiction or drama - considered sinful
Used bible to interpret the experiences/events in life
Puritanism
Plain, simple style - fancy writing equal pride
Puritanism 2
Public writing to provide spiritual instruction ... Private writ…
11 terms
Literature and writing
Anarchy noun
Authoritarian adjective
Conservative adj
Delegate noun
A lack of government
Requiring complete obedience to a single ruler or group
Favoring traditional values and resistant to change cautions
A representative chosen to speak or act for others
Anarchy noun
A lack of government
Authoritarian adjective
Requiring complete obedience to a single ruler or group
25 terms
Literature and writing
Conflict
Person vs nature conflict
Person vs person conflict
Person vs society conflict
The problem in the story
Usually a character fighting some force of nature that threat…
2 people or two teams competing either physically, mentally,…
Usually one character who is going against a group, either ph…
Conflict
The problem in the story
Person vs nature conflict
Usually a character fighting some force of nature that threat…
15 terms
Literature and writing
Juxtaposition
Euphemism
Synaesthesia
Foreshadowing
forcing the reader to compare 2 things
polite way of saying something impolite
mixing of senses
symbols that hint what is going to happen
Juxtaposition
forcing the reader to compare 2 things
Euphemism
polite way of saying something impolite
20 terms
Writing & Literature
Acronym
Allegory
Ampersand
Rhetoric
A word formed by combining the first letter in each of each w…
A story that has a deeper or more general meaning in addition…
"&" - symbol for "and"
Methods of persuasion in speech or writing. Speech or writing…
Acronym
A word formed by combining the first letter in each of each w…
Allegory
A story that has a deeper or more general meaning in addition…
20 terms
Writing and Literature
1. Author of the play Romeo and Juliet
2. The star-crossed lovers that were m…
3. What are the two foil characters in…
4. Who killed Mercutio who was killed…
William Shakespeare
Romeo and Juliet
Mercutio and Tybalt
Tybalt
1. Author of the play Romeo and Juliet
William Shakespeare
2. The star-crossed lovers that were m…
Romeo and Juliet
31 terms
Literature//writing
Rules for writing persuasive paper rules
In- text citation
stanza with two lines
stanza with 3 lines
1)reason... 2)quote... 3)commment
according to ____, "..." (last name pg #)
couplet
triplet
Rules for writing persuasive paper rules
1)reason... 2)quote... 3)commment
In- text citation
according to ____, "..." (last name pg #)
18 terms
Writing of literature
Genre
Fiction
Short story
Narrator
A kind of literature marked by certain shared feature or conv…
Literature in the form of prose, especially short stories and…
A piece of prose fiction narrative which is shorter than a no…
A person or a character who gives an account off, or tells th…
Genre
A kind of literature marked by certain shared feature or conv…
Fiction
Literature in the form of prose, especially short stories and…
20 terms
Writing literature
Gregarious
Augment
Insipid
Inept
Adj-fond of company
Verb-to increase
Adj-lacking taste or class
Adj- having or showing no skill
Gregarious
Adj-fond of company
Augment
Verb-to increase
19 terms
World Literature The Writing Module
conventions
ideas
persuasive
narrative
the normal rules for something
an opinion, a view, or belief
capable of convincing
The telling of a story or an account of an event or series of…
conventions
the normal rules for something
ideas
an opinion, a view, or belief
22 terms
Literature/Writing
Character
Direct characterization
Indirect characterization
Setting
A person in a novel play or movie
tells the audience what the personality of the character is.
the process by which the personality of a fictitious characte…
the time and place in which the story takes place.
Character
A person in a novel play or movie
Direct characterization
tells the audience what the personality of the character is.
26 terms
Literature and Writing Literature Terms
Plot
Theme
Conflict
Point of View
the sequence of events from the beginning of the story to the…
main idea, or message, in a work
the struggle between two or more forces that must be resolved…
the relationship between the narrator and story
Plot
the sequence of events from the beginning of the story to the…
Theme
main idea, or message, in a work
11 terms
Literature/Creative Writing 3
The _____ of a story is when and where…
The people or animals in the story are…
A good story has at least one____, or…
The_____ is what happens to the charac…
setting
characters
conflict
plot
The _____ of a story is when and where…
setting
The people or animals in the story are…
characters
16 terms
AP Writing About Literature
What are the 2 reasons to write about…
explication
analysis
What are the four kinds of papers you…
1. to give additional practice in writing clearly and persuas…
a detailed elucidation of a work, sometimes line by line or w…
a "breaking up" or separation of something into its constitue…
1. papers that focus on a single literary work, 2. papers of…
What are the 2 reasons to write about…
1. to give additional practice in writing clearly and persuas…
explication
a detailed elucidation of a work, sometimes line by line or w…
18 terms
MAP Literature -Writing Vocabulary
archetype
contradict
first person
omniscient
"the original" on which others are based
to deny the truth or disagree...two ideas that can't exist to…
narrator refers to themselves as "I" in a story
all knowing, narrator, god-like
archetype
"the original" on which others are based
contradict
to deny the truth or disagree...two ideas that can't exist to…
20 terms
Literature and Writing Vocabulary Terms --- 2
myopia - noun
pique - verb
beget - verb
Samaritan - noun
nearsightedness - inability to see the "big" picture ... The bo…
stimulate interest or curiosity... The story that she told the…
to give rise to - to honor or entertain someone lavishly... The…
a charitable or helpful person... A Good Samaritan looks for wa…
myopia - noun
nearsightedness - inability to see the "big" picture ... The bo…
pique - verb
stimulate interest or curiosity... The story that she told the…
13 terms
Literature and Informative Writing Vocab
infer
summarize
determine
evidence (supporting)
to arrive at as a conclusion
expressing or covering the main points briefly (in a short am…
to officially decide (something) especially because of eviden…
something which shows that something else exists or is true.
infer
to arrive at as a conclusion
summarize
expressing or covering the main points briefly (in a short am…
16 terms
Literature and writing test
What is narrative writing?
What are two examples of narrative wri…
What is descriptive writing?
What are two examples of descriptive w…
Tells a story( written in 1st person, vivid detail, specific…
1)plays... 2)personal essays
Focuses on a specific plot or detail.(paints a vivid picture,…
1)poetry... 2)short stories
What is narrative writing?
Tells a story( written in 1st person, vivid detail, specific…
What are two examples of narrative wri…
1)plays... 2)personal essays
Writing About Literature: Terms
Paraphrase
Analyze
Conventions
Controlling Idea
1. a restatement of a text or passage giving the meaning in a…
to examine critically, so as to bring out the essential eleme…
the mechanical correctness of the piece and includes five ele…
1. an idea in a piece of writing that makes a reader ask a qu…
Paraphrase
1. a restatement of a text or passage giving the meaning in a…
Analyze
to examine critically, so as to bring out the essential eleme…
31 terms
World Literature Writing Vocabulary
revising
Fiction
novel
Proofreading
the process of reworking what you have written to make it as…
Something imaginary or not real.
is a long work of fiction like a short story.
Rereading your final draft to make sure there are no errors.
revising
the process of reworking what you have written to make it as…
Fiction
Something imaginary or not real.
27 terms
Writing about literature
Una obra
Una obra maestra
Un cuadro
Una obra dramática
a work
a masterpiece
a scene
a play
Una obra
a work
Una obra maestra
a masterpiece
17 terms
Writing About Literature
topic
topic sentence
reasons
facts
what a piece of nonfiction writing is about; the subject matt…
an arguable claim or postion the writer takes on a topic that…
details that tell why an opinion is valid or why an even occu…
statements that can be proved
topic
what a piece of nonfiction writing is about; the subject matt…
topic sentence
an arguable claim or postion the writer takes on a topic that…
12 terms
Writing And Literature Critical Approaches to Literature
formalist criticism
close reading
Biographical Criticism
biography
regards literature as a unique form of human knowledge that n…
used often in formalist criticism, a careful step-by-step ana…
central insight that literature is written by actual people a…
written account of an author's life
formalist criticism
regards literature as a unique form of human knowledge that n…
close reading
used often in formalist criticism, a careful step-by-step ana…
35 terms
American Literature Argumentative Writing Terms
Audience (N)
Cohesion (N)
Development (N)
Explicit (adj.)
One's listener or readership; those to whom a speech or piece…
Linguistics. the property of unity in a written text or a seg…
The process of becoming more complex and in depth.
Direct, clear, fully revealed; clearly
Audience (N)
One's listener or readership; those to whom a speech or piece…
Cohesion (N)
Linguistics. the property of unity in a written text or a seg…
16 terms
Types of Writing (Prose Literature)
Fantasy
Short Story
Magazine
Frame Narrative
novels are often set in worlds much different from our own an…
the small commerical fiction, true or imaginary, smaller than…
can be current affairs or opinions well collected covering va…
The pyschoanalysis of human mind is present in a frame narrat…
Fantasy
novels are often set in worlds much different from our own an…
Short Story
the small commerical fiction, true or imaginary, smaller than…
17 terms
Writing About Literature
topic
topic sentence
reasons
facts
what a piece of nonfiction writing is about; the subject matt…
an arguable claim or postion the writer takes on a topic that…
details that tell why an opinion is valid or why an even occu…
statements that can be proved
topic
what a piece of nonfiction writing is about; the subject matt…
topic sentence
an arguable claim or postion the writer takes on a topic that…
5 terms
American Literature Humorist Writing
Understatement
Hyperbole
Comic Irony
Dialect
the presentation of something as being smaller, worse, or les…
exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken litera…
the expression of one's meaning by using language that normal…
-a particular form of a language that is peculiar to a specif…
Understatement
the presentation of something as being smaller, worse, or les…
Hyperbole
exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken litera…
20 terms
Writing/Literature Unit 3 Vocabulary
abridge
adherent
altercation
cherubic
(v.) to make shorter
(n.) a follower, supporter; (adj.) attached, sticking to
(n.) an angry argument
(adj.) resembling an angel portrayed as a little child with a…
abridge
(v.) to make shorter
adherent
(n.) a follower, supporter; (adj.) attached, sticking to
20 terms
Writing/Literature Unit 2 Vocabulary
adjourn
alien
comely
compensate
(v.) to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place
(n.) a citizen of another country; (adj.) foreign, strange
(adj.) having a pleasing appearance
(v.) to make up for; to repay for services
adjourn
(v.) to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place
alien
(n.) a citizen of another country; (adj.) foreign, strange
47 terms
Literature - Elements of Writing
Allegory
Character
Protagonist
Antagonist
extended metaphors, or comparisons, between two things, usual…
representation of a person, place, or thing performing tradit…
The character the story revolves around.
A character or force that opposes the protagonist.
Allegory
extended metaphors, or comparisons, between two things, usual…
Character
representation of a person, place, or thing performing tradit…
23 terms
Writing Concepts and Literature
Claim
Evidence
Interpretation
Closing
A statement of what you ill prove in the paragraph. It should…
Must include a direct quote from the text, provide context (w…
What does the quote show to help prove your thesis?
Demonstrate that you are finished proving your claim, and use…
Claim
A statement of what you ill prove in the paragraph. It should…
Evidence
Must include a direct quote from the text, provide context (w…
36 terms
Writing, literature and theatre
To allude to/to hint at
An allusion/a hint
A criticism
Deep
Faire allusion à
Une allusion
Une critique
Profond
To allude to/to hint at
Faire allusion à
An allusion/a hint
Une allusion
16 terms
Writing Vocabulary American Literature
6 Traits of Writing Plus 1
conventions
Ideas
voice
The elements that help writers analyze and assess the quality…
The trait that focuses on spelling, grammar, capitalization,…
This trait addresses the topic or content of a piece of writi…
This trait shows the individual personality and style of a wr…
6 Traits of Writing Plus 1
The elements that help writers analyze and assess the quality…
conventions
The trait that focuses on spelling, grammar, capitalization,…
10 terms
Writing/Literature Vocabulary
Admonish
Breach
Brigand
Circumspect
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
(n.) a bandit, robber, outlaw, highwayman
(adj.) cautious; aware of potential consequences
Admonish
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
Breach
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infractio…
27 terms
Writing Concepts and Literature
Claim
Evidence
Interpretation
Closing
A statement of what you ill prove in the paragraph. It should…
Must include a direct quote from the text, provide context (w…
What does the quote show to help prove your thesis?
Demonstrate that you are finished proving your claim, and use…
Claim
A statement of what you ill prove in the paragraph. It should…
Evidence
Must include a direct quote from the text, provide context (w…
10 terms
World literature and expository writing
Benevolent
bout
brusqueness
coiffure
仁慈的
回合,较量vk
无礼;唐突
发饰
Benevolent
仁慈的
bout
回合,较量vk
13 terms
Literature - Writing and publishing
adapt something (for something) (from…
chronicle something (formal)
co-author
compose a letter/speech/poem
to change a book or play so that it can be made into a play,…
to record events in the order in which they happened
a person who writes a book or an article with somebody else
o write a letter, etc. usually with a lot of care and thought
adapt something (for something) (from…
to change a book or play so that it can be made into a play,…
chronicle something (formal)
to record events in the order in which they happened
12 terms
Literature and Writing Words
der Aufsatz (die Aufsätze)
die Ausgabe (-n)
bedeutend
der Dichter(s)
essay, composition
giving out, distribution, edition (of a book)
significant, considerable, meaningful
poet
der Aufsatz (die Aufsätze)
essay, composition
die Ausgabe (-n)
giving out, distribution, edition (of a book)
101 terms
SAT (writing and literature)
Nonfiction narrative
Argument format
Informative or explanatory format
Noun
Which will usually be a first person essay in which the autho…
Where the author uses persuasive writing to defend and opinion
Which seeks to educate readers about a given topic and does n…
Where is that denotes a person place thing or idea quantity o…
Nonfiction narrative
Which will usually be a first person essay in which the autho…
Argument format
Where the author uses persuasive writing to defend and opinion
24 terms
Literature and Writing Vocab #2
Immaculate
Dignitaries
Queer
Arrogant
free from stain; pure
a person who holds a high rank or office, as in the governmen…
strange or odd from a conventional viewpoint; unusually diffe…
insolently proud, offensive display of superiority or self-im…
Immaculate
free from stain; pure
Dignitaries
a person who holds a high rank or office, as in the governmen…
20 terms
Writing and Literature Vocab 1
Admonish
Breach
Brigand
Circumspect
to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly; to r…
an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infraction; to…
a bandit, robber, outlaw, highwayman
careful, cautious
Admonish
to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly; to r…
Breach
an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infraction; to…
31 terms
literature and writing study guide
cunningly
stifle
manifested
vehement
clever in a tricky way
to smother. to hold back
plain, apparent; evident; obvious
very emotional; intense
cunningly
clever in a tricky way
stifle
to smother. to hold back
38 terms
Literature and Writing midterms vocabulary
Haven
Slander
Sanctuary
Anguish
Any place of safety.
False and harmful statement about someone.
Any place of protection and a house of worship.
Great physical and mental pain or torment or torture towards…
Haven
Any place of safety.
Slander
False and harmful statement about someone.
20 terms
Literature: Match author to writing
edward taylor
anne bradstreet
jonathan edwards
thomas jefferson
Huswifery
To My Dear and Loving Husband
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
Declaration of Independence
edward taylor
Huswifery
anne bradstreet
To My Dear and Loving Husband
29 terms
Intro to writing and literature
Incorporation of textual evidence
Iambic pentameter
The great chain of being
Block pattern
Strengthens your thesis
Unstressed, stressed five feet in a line used in shakespeares…
Elizabethan Era, god, angels, humans, plants, animals, stone;…
Introduces all info from topic A then introduces all info fro…
Incorporation of textual evidence
Strengthens your thesis
Iambic pentameter
Unstressed, stressed five feet in a line used in shakespeares…
83 terms
Writing and Literature Finals
callow
contemporary
cynical
despot
young and inexperienced; immature
a person living during the same period as another; existing o…
doubtful of the sincerity of others' motives; skeptical
a ruler with absolute power or tyrannical control over a grou…
callow
young and inexperienced; immature
contemporary
a person living during the same period as another; existing o…
10 terms
Sumerian Inventions: Literature and Writing
Cuneiform
Logosyllabic
Morpheme
Sumer
The first form of writing that means wedge-shaped
A form of writing using logograms
A unit of language that can not be divided into simpler forms
The city in which cuneiform originated
Cuneiform
The first form of writing that means wedge-shaped
Logosyllabic
A form of writing using logograms
49 terms
Reading and Writing about Literature
In literature class, you must attend t…
While reading literature can teach us…
the best reading is
the sort of reading that works best wi…
attentive listener
about ourselves
rereading
critical reading
In literature class, you must attend t…
attentive listener
While reading literature can teach us…
about ourselves
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