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Chapter 17 - Literature/Art
Giovanni Boccaccio
Niccolo Machiavelli
"David" Michelangelo
"Pieta" Michelangelo
"Decameron"
"The Prince"
Giovanni Boccaccio
"Decameron"
Niccolo Machiavelli
"The Prince"
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Backpack Literature Chapter 17
form
fixed form
closed form
open form
design of poem
traditional, stanza pattern, set meter or predetermined line…
a generic term that describes poetry writte in a pattern of m…
verse that has no set scheme,no regular meter, rime or stanza…
form
design of poem
fixed form
traditional, stanza pattern, set meter or predetermined line…
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Chapter 17: Literature
el argumento
el/la autor/a
el cuento
el ensayo
plot
author
short story, tale
essay
el argumento
plot
el/la autor/a
author
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literature - chapter 17 vocab
cajole
capitulate
egregious
premonition
to plead
to give in
outrageous
a warning
cajole
to plead
capitulate
to give in
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Literature vocab- chapter 17
impute
dispute
disreputable
connotation
assign blame / responsibility for
to disagree with (verb), disagreement (noun)
having a bad reputation
image / idea associated with a word
impute
assign blame / responsibility for
dispute
to disagree with (verb), disagreement (noun)
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Chapter 17 literature
el argumento
el autor
el cuento
el ensayo
plot
author
short story, tale
essay
el argumento
plot
el autor
author
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History Chapter 17 artwork/literature
"David"
"David"
"Pieta"*
"Last Supper" *
painter: Michelangelo
Painter: Donatello
Painter: Michelangelo
painter: Leonardo
"David"
painter: Michelangelo
"David"
Painter: Donatello
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History Chapter 17 Literature/Art
David by Donatello
David by Michelangelo
pieta by Michelangelo
Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci
David by Donatello
David by Michelangelo
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LITERATURE: CHAPTER 17 VOCABULARY
Simile
Metaphor
Implied Metaphor
Mixed Metaphor
A comparison of two things, indicated by some connective, usu…
A statement that one thing is something else, which, in a lit…
A metaphor that uses neither connectives nor the verb to be.…
The (usually unintentional) combing of two or more incompatib…
Simile
A comparison of two things, indicated by some connective, usu…
Metaphor
A statement that one thing is something else, which, in a lit…
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Literature p2 - Chapter 17 Roots
consequence
rationale
sequence
ratio
a result of an action
a reason for doing something
the order of something
a comparison in size between one thing and another
consequence
a result of an action
rationale
a reason for doing something
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Harrison literature chapter 17
Sieves
Valiant
Ruthless
Gruesome
Straines
Brave
Without pity or compassion
Causing horror
Sieves
Straines
Valiant
Brave
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Chapter 17 Literature
el argumento
el autor
la autor
el cuento
Plot
author (male)
author (female)
Short story
el argumento
Plot
el autor
author (male)
10 terms
Chapter 17
Congenial
Flippant
Impasse
Perception
Friendly
Rude
A deadlock
A view
Congenial
Friendly
Flippant
Rude
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Chapter 17
bewilder
communicate
deceive
earnest
To confuse; puzzle.
To exchange or give information.
To make someone believe something that is not true.
Serious and sincere.
bewilder
To confuse; puzzle.
communicate
To exchange or give information.
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WH Chapter 17 - Shakespeare, Art, Art/Literature, Historical Terms
COMEDIES
HISTORIES
TRAGEDIES
Dramatic Collaboration?
COMEDIES... All's Well That Ends Well... As You Like It... The Comedy…
King John... Richard II... Henry IV, Part 2... Henry V... Henry VI, Part…
Antony and Cleopatra... Coriolanus... Hamlet... Julius Caesar... King Lea…
Cardenio, ... Cymbeline, ... Edward III... Henry IV Part 1... Henry VIII…
COMEDIES
COMEDIES... All's Well That Ends Well... As You Like It... The Comedy…
HISTORIES
King John... Richard II... Henry IV, Part 2... Henry V... Henry VI, Part…
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bible as literature chapter 17 teaching and parables
The sermon on the mount is popularly k…
A few of these teachings include the f…
Jesus called his followers the "____of…
The pharisees had broken down the old…
beatitudes
Comforted; Mercy, Sons of God
Salt
248;365
The sermon on the mount is popularly k…
beatitudes
A few of these teachings include the f…
Comforted; Mercy, Sons of God
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Chapter 17 Vocabulary
bewilder
communicate
deceive
earnest
To confuse; puzzle.
To exchange or give information.
To make someone believe something that is not true.
Serious and sincere.
bewilder
To confuse; puzzle.
communicate
To exchange or give information.
10 terms
Groundwork Vocabulary Chapter 17
communicate
bewilder
earnest
emotion
to exchange or give information
to confuse; puzzle
serious and sincere
a strong feeling
communicate
to exchange or give information
bewilder
to confuse; puzzle
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Chapter 17 Vocabulary
Communicate
Bewilder
Earnest
Emotion
To exchange or give information
To confuse; puzzle
Serious and sincere
A strong feeling
Communicate
To exchange or give information
Bewilder
To confuse; puzzle
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literature midterm chapter 17 vocab
Incessant
Virtually
Sanity
chipper
contiuning without interupting; never ceasing
practically; for the most part; just about
the state of being sane; soundness of mind
marked by or being in surprisingly good humor
Incessant
contiuning without interupting; never ceasing
Virtually
practically; for the most part; just about
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Julia Hull's Chapter 17 Vocabulary (For Literature 1)
Congenial
Flippant
Impasse
Perception
Agreeable or pleasant in character; friendly; socialable.
Disrespectful and not serious enough; rude
A situation with no way out; dead end; a deadlock
Insight or understanding gained through observation; impressi…
Congenial
Agreeable or pleasant in character; friendly; socialable.
Flippant
Disrespectful and not serious enough; rude
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Chapter 17
exhort
flamboyant
foible
innocuous
to urge with argument or strong advice; plead earnestly
very showy; strikingly bold
a minor weakness or character flaw; a minor fault in behavior
harmless; inoffensive
exhort
to urge with argument or strong advice; plead earnestly
flamboyant
very showy; strikingly bold
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Chapter 17
bewilder
communicate
deceive
earnest
to confuse or puzzled
to exchange or give information
to make someone believe something that is not true
serious and sincere
bewilder
to confuse or puzzled
communicate
to exchange or give information
20 terms
Spanish ch.17 Literature and Expressions
el argumento
el autor
el cuento
el ensayo
plot
author
short story
essay
el argumento
plot
el autor
author
10 terms
Myth 4.7 Terminology - Chapter 17 "Myths in Ancient Literature"
Homer
Iliad and the Odyssey
Hesiod
Theogony
A very early Greek poet thought to have written the Iliad and…
Two poems composed by Homer about the Trojan war and what hap…
A very early shepard/poet thought to have written Works and D…
One of the earliest and most comprehensive records of the ori…
Homer
A very early Greek poet thought to have written the Iliad and…
Iliad and the Odyssey
Two poems composed by Homer about the Trojan war and what hap…
Chapter 17
flapper
Prohibition
speakeasies
Harlem Renaissance
Young women of the 1920s that behaved and dressed in a radica…
A law forbidding the sale of alcoholic beverages-18th Amendment
An illegal bar where drinks were sold, during the time of pro…
A period in the 1920s when African-American achievements in a…
flapper
Young women of the 1920s that behaved and dressed in a radica…
Prohibition
A law forbidding the sale of alcoholic beverages-18th Amendment
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Chapter 17
Bewilder
Communicate
Deceive
Earnest
To confuse; puzzle
To exchange or give information
To make (someone) believe something that is not true
Serious and sincere
Bewilder
To confuse; puzzle
Communicate
To exchange or give information
10 terms
chapter 17
bewilder (v)
communicate (v)
deceive (v)
earnest (adj)
to confuse; puzzle
to exchange or give information
to make someone believe something that is not true
serious and sincere
bewilder (v)
to confuse; puzzle
communicate (v)
to exchange or give information
10 terms
chapter 17
bewilder
communicate
decieve
earnest
To confuse; puzzle
To exchange or give information
To make (someone) believe something that is not true
Serious and sincere
bewilder
To confuse; puzzle
communicate
To exchange or give information
10 terms
Chapter 17
bewilder
communicate
decieve
earnest
to puzzle; to confuse
to exchange information; or to give information
to fool; to make (someone) believe something that is not true
serious; sincere
bewilder
to puzzle; to confuse
communicate
to exchange information; or to give information
10 terms
Chapter 17
communicate
bewilder
earnest
emotion
to exchange or give information
to confuse; puzzle
serious and sincere
a strong feeling
communicate
to exchange or give information
bewilder
to confuse; puzzle
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Chapter 17
la literatura
el/la autor/a
el argumento
el cuento
literature
author
plot
short story, tale
la literatura
literature
el/la autor/a
author
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LA Chapter 17
exemplum, -ī, n.
littera, -ae, f.
mōmentum, -ī, n.
mōs, mōris, m.
example
letter (of the alphabet);pl. literature
importance
custom, habit; pl. morals, character
exemplum, -ī, n.
example
littera, -ae, f.
letter (of the alphabet);pl. literature
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Chapter 17 Lit Terms
Totalarian
Fascism
Purge
Nazism
Government that exerts total control over the nation and citi…
Political Philosophy that emphasizes the importance of the na…
Process of removing enemies and undesirable individuals from…
An extreme form of fascism shaped by Adolf Hitler's beliefs.
Totalarian
Government that exerts total control over the nation and citi…
Fascism
Political Philosophy that emphasizes the importance of the na…
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Chapter 17 -
Opium War
Taiping Rebellion
Boxer Rebellion
Sun Yat-sen
A war over trade of the drug opium, which was fought between…
the greatest of the peasant revolts that occurred in China in…
a rebellion led by a group called the Boxers in China in 1900
an ambitious leader, had long hoped China would become a demo…
Opium War
A war over trade of the drug opium, which was fought between…
Taiping Rebellion
the greatest of the peasant revolts that occurred in China in…
10 terms
chapter 17
Communicate
bewilder
earnest
emotion
To exchange or give information
To confuse; puzzle
serious and sincere
a strong feeling
Communicate
To exchange or give information
bewilder
To confuse; puzzle
chapter 17
Bewilder
communicate
Deceive
Earnest
to confuse; puzzle
to exchange or give information
to make someone believe something that is not true
Serious and sincere
Bewilder
to confuse; puzzle
communicate
to exchange or give information
10 terms
chapter 17
communicate
bewilder
earnest
emotion
to exchange or give information
t confuse; puzzle
serious and sincere
a strong feeling
communicate
to exchange or give information
bewilder
t confuse; puzzle
10 terms
Chapter 17
bewilder
communicate
deceive
earnest
To confuse; puzzle
To exchange or give information
To make someone believe something that is not true
Serious and sincere
bewilder
To confuse; puzzle
communicate
To exchange or give information
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Human Legacy- Chapter 17
ghazis
Ottomans
sultan
Janissaires
warriors for the Islamic faith
ruling dynasty of the empire that was build by Osman I, the f…
title for the ruler of the Ottoman empire
highly trained soldiers in the elite guard of the Ottoman Emp…
ghazis
warriors for the Islamic faith
Ottomans
ruling dynasty of the empire that was build by Osman I, the f…
10 terms
Chapter 17
Bewilder
Communicate
Deceive
Earnest
To confuse; puzzle
To exchange or give information
To make (someone) believe something that is not true
Serious and sincere
Bewilder
To confuse; puzzle
Communicate
To exchange or give information
18 terms
World History Chapter 17
Renaissance meaning
Renaissance location
Renaissance Main family
Renaissance Da Vinci
Rebirth of culture
Florence Italy
Medici (Med-ih-chee)
Mona Lisa; Last Supper
Renaissance meaning
Rebirth of culture
Renaissance location
Florence Italy
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Chapter 17 Vocabulary
Communicate
Bewilder
Earnest
Emotion
To exchange or give information
To confuse; puzzle
Serious and sincere
A strong feeling
Communicate
To exchange or give information
Bewilder
To confuse; puzzle
37 terms
chapter 17 honors world
Cosimo de medici
Brunelleschi
Italian humanists
patronism
member of the Medici family, built the first public library
The artist and architect credited with discovering linear per…
interested in reviving classical language and classical texts…
someone who funds the arts, philosopher, humanist, or writer
Cosimo de medici
member of the Medici family, built the first public library
Brunelleschi
The artist and architect credited with discovering linear per…
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Ch 17: Interpreting the Literature
T or F: diagnostic and therapeutic dat…
Integration of the best research evide…
How many S's are there for the Model o…
what are the 6S's of Evidence Assessme…
True
EBM ... *results in an alliance between clinicians and patients…
6
Systems (at top)
T or F: diagnostic and therapeutic dat…
True
Integration of the best research evide…
EBM ... *results in an alliance between clinicians and patients…
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Chapter 17 Visual Arts
baroque
genre painting
humanism
Renaissance
the 17th century period in Europe characterized in the visual…
a type of art that takes its subject everyday life, rather th…
a cultural and intellectual movement during the renaissance f…
the period in Europe from the late 14th-16th centuries charac…
baroque
the 17th century period in Europe characterized in the visual…
genre painting
a type of art that takes its subject everyday life, rather th…
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English chapter 17 vocabulary
bewilder
communicate
deceive
earnest
to confuse;puzzle
to exchange or give information
to make (someone) believe something that is not true
serious and sincere
bewilder
to confuse;puzzle
communicate
to exchange or give information
87 terms
History Chapter 17
theocracy
Huguenots
Predestination
Cuius Regio, eius religio
government controlled by religious leaders; government in whi…
followers of Calvin in France
the doctrine that god has decided all things beforehand, incl…
literal- "whose realm, his religion"... usage in history- the r…
theocracy
government controlled by religious leaders; government in whi…
Huguenots
followers of Calvin in France
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Chapter 17
Early Modern Era dates
Early Modern Era Stages
Where did the Renaissance start & why?
What factors contributed to the beginn…
1450-1750
Renaissance --> Protestant Reformation --> Absolute Monarchy…
Italy bc they're close to the arabs in the middle east
-trade & commerce increased... -cities grow... -wealthier merchants…
Early Modern Era dates
1450-1750
Early Modern Era Stages
Renaissance --> Protestant Reformation --> Absolute Monarchy…
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4: Ch 17-interpreting the literature
interpreting the medical literature is…
what is the intent of literature inter…
integrative literature comes in many f…
what is the first step to literature i…
integrating, synthesizing, summarizing
apply the best knowledge available to make the best choice fo…
-systematic reviews... -overviews... -meta-analyses... -practice guide…
read enough background information on the subject
interpreting the medical literature is…
integrating, synthesizing, summarizing
what is the intent of literature inter…
apply the best knowledge available to make the best choice fo…
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