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Literature Chapter 4
The Author's Resolution in a Sonnet
To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time
Delight in Disorder
His Prayer for Absolution
George Wither
Robert Herrick
Robert Herrick
Robert Herrick
The Author's Resolution in a Sonnet
George Wither
To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time
Robert Herrick
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World Literature Chapter 4
curt
demoralize
dilemma
inclination
(v.) to cut short, bring to a halt or end sooner than expecte…
(v.) to discourage; to destroy the morals or morale of someon…
(n.) a hard choice; a difficult or perplexing situation or pr…
(n.) a tendency; a leaning toward
curt
(v.) to cut short, bring to a halt or end sooner than expecte…
demoralize
(v.) to discourage; to destroy the morals or morale of someon…
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Literature Chapter 4
Allusion
Climax
Conflict
Dramatic irony
A reference to a recognized literary work, person, historic e…
The crisis or high point of tension that becomes the story's…
The struggle that shapes the plot in a story.
When the reader or audience knows more about the action than…
Allusion
A reference to a recognized literary work, person, historic e…
Climax
The crisis or high point of tension that becomes the story's…
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Chapter 4- Literature
Genre
Classic
Masterpiece
epic
categories that impose rules upon the... writer. i.e. poem, nove…
works that continue to be read and remain... relevant
works that exceeds what other... writers created during the same…
long, narrative poem recounting actions and adventures of a h…
Genre
categories that impose rules upon the... writer. i.e. poem, nove…
Classic
works that continue to be read and remain... relevant
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Literature Chapter 4
hell (n)... hellish (adj)
salary (n)... salaried (adj) - maaş alan…
bid (v)... bidder (n)
charity (n)... charitable (adj)
- bad word you say twhen you are angry ... (offension version)…
maaş : earning
- offer for sth.... Guests will bid FOR pieces of fine jewellery…
- an organization set up to provide help and raise money for…
hell (n)... hellish (adj)
- bad word you say twhen you are angry ... (offension version)…
salary (n)... salaried (adj) - maaş alan…
maaş : earning
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Literature Vocabulary Chapter 4
Alliance
Bewilder
Buffoon
Controversial
a joining together for some common purpose
to puzzle completely, confuse
a clown; a coarse, stupid person
arousing argument, dispute, or disagreement
Alliance
a joining together for some common purpose
Bewilder
to puzzle completely, confuse
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Literature - Chapter 4
Turkish Delight
Patience
Dominions
Mantle
Type of very sweet candy.
Able to wait without becoming annoyed or upset.
Lands owned by a ruler.
Something used to cover something else.
Turkish Delight
Type of very sweet candy.
Patience
Able to wait without becoming annoyed or upset.
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Keystone Literature Chapter 4
Figurative language
Hyperbole
Metaphor
Personification
language used to create images and to express ideas in vivid,…
a figure of speech that is an exaggeration
a figure of speech that makes an implied comparison between t…
a figure of speech in which inanimate objects or ideas are gi…
Figurative language
language used to create images and to express ideas in vivid,…
Hyperbole
a figure of speech that is an exaggeration
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Survey of Literature Vocab Chapter 4
perilous
subdue
commerce
brisk
full of danger or risk
overcome, being under control
buying or selling on a large scale
quick
perilous
full of danger or risk
subdue
overcome, being under control
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literature chapter 4
intruso
la máquina
la multa
el pedazo de lata
intruder
machine
fine
piece of junk
intruso
intruder
la máquina
machine
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Literature Vocabulary Chapter 4
berate
estrange
euphoric
impetuous
to scold angrily (to rate - 평점주고 따지고 혼내고 or be rage 심하게혼내킴)
to drive away (에에에???strange하다??도망가자!)
very happy
impulsive. ... Quick to act without thinking
berate
to scold angrily (to rate - 평점주고 따지고 혼내고 or be rage 심하게혼내킴)
estrange
to drive away (에에에???strange하다??도망가자!)
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Literature Chapter 4
le devoir
épargner
un fait
la misère
duty
to spare
fact
poverty
le devoir
duty
épargner
to spare
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Chapter 4 literature
Affable
Aggrandize
Amorphous
Archetype
Courteuos and pleasant
To increase in greatness or power
Shapeless, without definite form
An original model on which something was replicated
Affable
Courteuos and pleasant
Aggrandize
To increase in greatness or power
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Chapter 4, Literature
Epic Poems
Gilgamesh epic
Iliad epic
Odyssey epic
Establish identity
The search for more life
Achilles versus Hector, pride and submission
The quest to recover home and family
Epic Poems
Establish identity
Gilgamesh epic
The search for more life
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Chapter 4 How to Review the Literature and Develop Research Questions
theory
research topic
ERIC
PsycINFO
an explanation or explanatory system that discusses *how a ph…
the broad subject matter area to be investigated
a database containing information from CIJE and RIE
a database containing entries from Psychological Abstracts
theory
an explanation or explanatory system that discusses *how a ph…
research topic
the broad subject matter area to be investigated
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Literature vocabulary chapter 4
Suet
Directly
Trice
Tabor
Hard fatty tissue from cattle of sheep used in cooking or mak…
As soon as
Short period of time
Small drum
Suet
Hard fatty tissue from cattle of sheep used in cooking or mak…
Directly
As soon as
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Literature chapter 4 vocabulary
Acquit
Deem
Devastate
Discredit
To declare not guilty
To think
To destroy
To throw doubt apon
Acquit
To declare not guilty
Deem
To think
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Literature chapter 4
John Milton
John Bunyan
George Wither
Robert Herrick
Second greatest poet of all time.... Paradise Lost (englands gre…
Greatest prose writer... Pilgrims Progress (greatest allegory)
"The Authors Resolution in a Sonnet"... Theme:
"To the Virgins to Make Much Time"... "Delight in Disorder"... "His…
John Milton
Second greatest poet of all time.... Paradise Lost (englands gre…
John Bunyan
Greatest prose writer... Pilgrims Progress (greatest allegory)
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Literature Chapter 4: Allusion
Allusion
Literary Allusion
Historical Allusion
Personal Allusion
a reference within a written work to something outside it
refers to other works of literature
refers to past events
refers to some event in one's own past
Allusion
a reference within a written work to something outside it
Literary Allusion
refers to other works of literature
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Literature Chapter 4
the greatest poet of the time and the…
the greatest prose writer of the age
England's Greatest allegory
lyricists of a lighter vein who enphas…
John Milton
John Bunyan
Pilgrims progress
cavalier poets
the greatest poet of the time and the…
John Milton
the greatest prose writer of the age
John Bunyan
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Literature chapter 4
Point of view
Persona
Omniscient viewpoint
Limited omniscient
Refers to the perspective frol which an author presents tne c…
Personality
More versatile of the two third person viewpoints. From this…
Communication of a central character allowing the reader to u…
Point of view
Refers to the perspective frol which an author presents tne c…
Persona
Personality
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Literature Chapter 4
the use of words which appeal to our s…
suggested meaning or associations
literal meaning
various comparisons: simile, metaphor,…
imagery
connotations
denotations
figurative language
the use of words which appeal to our s…
imagery
suggested meaning or associations
connotations
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Literature Chapter 4
Wrote "Smells"
American - Who was born in Illinois
Editor for Saturday review
Wrote "Meeting at Night"
Christopher Morley
Christopher Morley, Emily Dickinson, Mark Van Doren
Christopher Morley
Robert Browning
Wrote "Smells"
Christopher Morley
American - Who was born in Illinois
Christopher Morley, Emily Dickinson, Mark Van Doren
BJU American Literature Chapter 4
American Romanticism
American Renaissance
Literary Romanicisim
Short Story
Dominated American literature from 1820 to 1865 and peaked in…
Lasted from 1850-1855. A burst of creative energy producing i…
Had 4 major cornerstones. Individualism: The romantic valued…
Washington Irving brought distinctly American characters and…
American Romanticism
Dominated American literature from 1820 to 1865 and peaked in…
American Renaissance
Lasted from 1850-1855. A burst of creative energy producing i…
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Literature Vocab Chapter 4
perilous
subdue
commerce
preliminary
full of danger or risk
to overcome or bring under control, to pacify
the activity of buying and selling, especially on a large scale
indicating an action or event preceding something to be more…
perilous
full of danger or risk
subdue
to overcome or bring under control, to pacify
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British Literature Chapter 4 Vocabulary
exacerbate (n)
felicity (n)
oblivious (adj.)
squalor (n)
to make worse
great happiness
not aware, clueless
Dirty, unpleasant surroundings
exacerbate (n)
to make worse
felicity (n)
great happiness
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Literature Chapter 4 Test
"The Golf Links Lie So Near the Field"
"Jade Flower Palace"
"The Grave Grass Quivers"
"Scylla Toothless"
Situational
Verbal and Situational
Situational
Verbal
"The Golf Links Lie So Near the Field"
Situational
"Jade Flower Palace"
Verbal and Situational
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Literature 1 Chapter 4
acrophobia
agoraphobia
anglophobia
claustrophobia
fear of being at great height
fear of open spaces
dislike of England or the English
fear of enclosed or narrow spaces
acrophobia
fear of being at great height
agoraphobia
fear of open spaces
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Literature Chapter 4-6
Bacchanal(Noun)
Ignoble(Adj)
Estrangement(Noun)
Admonished(Verb)
An occasion with wild and drunken revelry
Not honorable in character or purpose
The fact of no longer being on friendly terms or part of a so…
Warn or repaired someone firmly
Bacchanal(Noun)
An occasion with wild and drunken revelry
Ignoble(Adj)
Not honorable in character or purpose
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Multicultural Literature Chapter 4 vocab
brevity
clemency
frivolous
heist
briefness, short
mercy, leniency
lighthearted, silly, not proper
a theft, robbery
brevity
briefness, short
clemency
mercy, leniency
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Journey Into Literature - Chapter 4
allusion
climax
conflict
dramatic irony
A reference to a recognized literary work, person, historic e…
The crisis or high point of tension that becomes the story's…
The struggle that shapes the plot in a story. Conflict can ri…
When the reader or audience knows more about the action than…
allusion
A reference to a recognized literary work, person, historic e…
climax
The crisis or high point of tension that becomes the story's…
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Chapter 4.8 Literature
la civilización
el conocimiento
la conquista
el desdén
civilization
knowledge
conquest
disdain
la civilización
civilization
el conocimiento
knowledge
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BJU British Literature Chapter 4
The Stuart Period
Jacobean and Caroline Literature
Commonwealth and Early Restoration
Heroic Couplet
1603-1688
The literature written during the reigns of James I and Charl…
The period from mid century to 1688 was a time of assimilatio…
...
The Stuart Period
1603-1688
Jacobean and Caroline Literature
The literature written during the reigns of James I and Charl…
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Literature- Chapter 4: Vocabulary
boughs
contend
convulsive
deluge
a main branch of a tree
struggle to surmount (a difficulty or danger)
producing or consisting of convulsions.
inundate with a great quantity of something
boughs
a main branch of a tree
contend
struggle to surmount (a difficulty or danger)
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Chapter 4 Literature Vocab
acercarse
aguantar
detener
devorar
to approach, to get closer to someone/something
to tolerate, to put up with
to stop, to detain
to gobble up, to devour
acercarse
to approach, to get closer to someone/something
aguantar
to tolerate, to put up with
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Literature- chapter 4 vocabulary
alliance
bewilder
buffoon
controversial
a joining together for someone for some common purpose... S: pac…
to puzzle completely, confuse... S: perplex... A: set straight, enl…
a clown; a course, stupid person... S: jester, dunce
arousing argument, dispute, or disagreement... S: arguable, at i…
alliance
a joining together for someone for some common purpose... S: pac…
bewilder
to puzzle completely, confuse... S: perplex... A: set straight, enl…
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Literature Chapter 4 VOCAB.
alliance
bewilder
buffoon
controversial
a joining together for some common purpose
to puzzle completely
a clown, stupid person
arousing argument, dispute
alliance
a joining together for some common purpose
bewilder
to puzzle completely
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AP Literature Terms Chapter 4
Chorus
Classic/ Classical/ Classicism
Climax
Closed couplet
in Greek drama, a group of people who sang and danced, commen…
applied to works from the ancient Graeco-Roman tradition; a w…
the point of greatest tension or emotional intensity in a plo…
two successive lines of rhyming verse whose meaning is gramma…
Chorus
in Greek drama, a group of people who sang and danced, commen…
Classic/ Classical/ Classicism
applied to works from the ancient Graeco-Roman tradition; a w…
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Prentice Hall Literature: American Experience chapter 4 New England Renaissance - Terms to Know
Lowell Factory Girls
Women's Rights Leader - fought for men…
Women's Rights Leader - fought against…
Women's Rights Leader, Anti Slavery wr…
Worked in factories. Strict conditions. Sent money home
Dorothea Dix
Julia Ward Howe
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Lowell Factory Girls
Worked in factories. Strict conditions. Sent money home
Women's Rights Leader - fought for men…
Dorothea Dix
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American literature words chapter 4
Ethical
Suppress
Potential
Quail
Moral 处药方
To restrain 抑制
Possible 可能的
To cower 畏怯
Ethical
Moral 处药方
Suppress
To restrain 抑制
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Literature exam chapter 4
1. How was the last spirit donned
2. What part of the spirit could Scroo…
3. In what way did the spirit respond…
4. In comparison to the spirits, how d…
Shrouded in a black garment
One outstretched hand
Silently & with slight movements
Feared this one the most
1. How was the last spirit donned
Shrouded in a black garment
2. What part of the spirit could Scroo…
One outstretched hand
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American Literature Chapter 4
Memoir
Memoirs are usually
exaggerations
comparison
A story about an event or part of person's life
Told from the first-person point of view
making something seem worse or better than it really is
showing how two things are alike
Memoir
A story about an event or part of person's life
Memoirs are usually
Told from the first-person point of view
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French Chapter 4 Literature Vocab
la laine
la chèvre
taisez-vous
simple d'esprit
wool
goat
quiet! shut up
feeble-minded
la laine
wool
la chèvre
goat
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Prentice Hall Literature: American Experience chapter 4 New England Renaissance - writers- works and genres
New England Renaissance time period
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
1840 - 1855
-The Scarlet Letter, The House of the Seven Gables, The Minis…
-Uncle Tom's Cabin... -novel
-The Songs of Hiawatha; The Skeleton in Armor; The Tide Rises…
New England Renaissance time period
1840 - 1855
Nathaniel Hawthorne
-The Scarlet Letter, The House of the Seven Gables, The Minis…
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Literature Chapter 4 Review Sheet
William C. Bryant
James Fenimore Cooper
Oliver Wendell Holmes
Washington Irving
First American Poet to be recognized internationally ... Present…
Expelled from Yale... Joined t.he Navy... Became a knickerbocker... Cr…
Medical Professor
Wrote to entertain
William C. Bryant
First American Poet to be recognized internationally ... Present…
James Fenimore Cooper
Expelled from Yale... Joined t.he Navy... Became a knickerbocker... Cr…
American Literature Vocabulary Chapter 4
Celibate
Fortuitous
Recapitulate
Perfunctory
Abstaining from intercourse; unmarried
Happening by chance or accident; lucky chance
To summarize; to repeat briefly; recap
Done without care; in a routine fashion
Celibate
Abstaining from intercourse; unmarried
Fortuitous
Happening by chance or accident; lucky chance
Spanish Chapter 4 Literature Vocab
el despacho
un punado
el ejercito
la choza
la oficina
cantidad pequena que cabe en la mano
un grupo de soldados o militares
una casa muy humilde
el despacho
la oficina
un punado
cantidad pequena que cabe en la mano
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Chapter 4 French Literature Vocab
se moquer
marchand drapier
avocat
défauts
Make fun (of), laugh (at)
cloth merchant
lawyer
faults, shortcomings
se moquer
Make fun (of), laugh (at)
marchand drapier
cloth merchant
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Chapter 4 British Literature vocabulary
Celibate
Fortuitous
Recapitulate
Perfunctory
Adjective- abstaining from intercourse, unmarried
Adjective- happening by chance or accident
Verb- to summarize, to repeat briefly
Adjective-done without care, a routine fashion
Celibate
Adjective- abstaining from intercourse, unmarried
Fortuitous
Adjective- happening by chance or accident
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