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Currents in Literature Chapter 5
abdicate
anonymous
cultivation
deplorable
to relinquish a power, right, position, or responsibility; to…
of unknown authorship or origin; unidentified
the act of growing and nurturing; development
wretched and miserable; shameful
abdicate
to relinquish a power, right, position, or responsibility; to…
anonymous
of unknown authorship or origin; unidentified
World Literature Chapter 5
abound
array
comprised
created
teem
(n.) a large arrangement of people or things
(v.) contained, included; consisted of
(v.) made
abound
teem
array
(n.) a large arrangement of people or things
BJU American Literature Chapter 5
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Mezzo Cammin
Divine Commedia
John Greenleaf Whittier
Born in 1807 and died in 1882. The first American to have his…
Written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The title is Italian f…
Translated by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Longfellow translat…
Born in 1807 and died in 1892. The foremost voice in the lite…
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Born in 1807 and died in 1882. The first American to have his…
Mezzo Cammin
Written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The title is Italian f…
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Literature Chapter 5
A Song for St. Cecilia's Day, 1687
An Essay on Man
On a Certain Lady at Court
Epigrams
John Dryden
Alexander Pope
Alexander Pope
Alexander Pope
A Song for St. Cecilia's Day, 1687
John Dryden
An Essay on Man
Alexander Pope
American Literature Chapter 5
ambiguous
dissident
embellish
fritter
(adj.) unclear
(n.) a rebel
(v.) to decorate
(v.) to waste
ambiguous
(adj.) unclear
dissident
(n.) a rebel
13 terms
Literature Chapter 5
Antagonist
Character
Characterization
Dynamic
The individual or force that opposes the protagonist.
A fictional person in a piece of literature.
The means a writer uses to reveal character: by outright desc…
Changing, often as a result of conflicts and circumstances en…
Antagonist
The individual or force that opposes the protagonist.
Character
A fictional person in a piece of literature.
Keystone Literature chapter 5
Exposition
Climax
Plot
Structure
background information identifying the main characters, the s…
the turning point in a narrative; the moment when the conflic…
the series of events in a narrative or drama
the organizational pattern of a literary work.
Exposition
background information identifying the main characters, the s…
Climax
the turning point in a narrative; the moment when the conflic…
28 terms
Chapter 5: Reviewing the literature
Once you have identified your research…
Searching the literature should answer…
A literature review can be.....
You will write a lit review because:
To search existing literature and write a literature review
Bryman: Social Research Methods, 4th edition... Searching the Li…
a list of relevant theories; a search for relevant informatio…
you need to know what is already known about your research ar…
Once you have identified your research…
To search existing literature and write a literature review
Searching the literature should answer…
Bryman: Social Research Methods, 4th edition... Searching the Li…
Literature Chapter 5 Garbage
Who was influenced by the French Liter…
a belief in an impersonal God, who, af…
the second half of the eighteenth cent…
the eighteenth century became known as…
the Restoration writers
deism
Age of Johnson
prose and satire
Who was influenced by the French Liter…
the Restoration writers
a belief in an impersonal God, who, af…
deism
Literature Vocab Chapter 5
inert
circumvent
clandestine
acquit
adj. unable to act or move; inactive; sluggish
v. to get around; to bypass
adj. secret
v. to find not guilty of a fault or crime
inert
adj. unable to act or move; inactive; sluggish
circumvent
v. to get around; to bypass
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Literature Review Chapter 5
Who wanted to kill John Smith?
Who entreated him to preserve John Smi…
What happened to the profane seaman wh…
What document did the Pilgrims sign as…
Powhatan
Pocahontas
He died from disease and was the first to be thrown overboard.
Mayflower Compact
Who wanted to kill John Smith?
Powhatan
Who entreated him to preserve John Smi…
Pocahontas
13 terms
Literature - Chapter 5
Spiteful
Frightful
Nag
Beastly
Cruel, mean, desire to see someone suffer.
Extremely bad or unpleasant.
Constantly annoy, irritate, or "bug".
Unpleasant; acting like a beast.
Spiteful
Cruel, mean, desire to see someone suffer.
Frightful
Extremely bad or unpleasant.
Chapter 5 - Literature Review
Reason 1:
Reason 2:
Reason 3:
Reason 4:
A literature review provides and explains necessary vocabular…
Literature reviews place our current research into a historic…
They aid in the explanation and rationalization for why speci…
To help demonstrate what has been done in research and what s…
Reason 1:
A literature review provides and explains necessary vocabular…
Reason 2:
Literature reviews place our current research into a historic…
16 terms
Literature Chapter 5
Comercio
Dar para vivir
El juguete
Darse cuenta de
Business Administration
To yield enough to live on
Toy
To realize
Comercio
Business Administration
Dar para vivir
To yield enough to live on
Chapter 5 vocabulary- Literature
La abeja
La miel
El néctar
Extraer
Bee
Honey
Nectar
To extract
La abeja
Bee
La miel
Honey
20 terms
Literature Chapter 5 vocab
Slovenly
prerogative
Affirmed
Grievance
Messy or untidy
a right or privilege
To say that something is true in a confident way
A feeling of having been treated unfairly
Slovenly
Messy or untidy
prerogative
a right or privilege
13 terms
Chapter 5 Literature words
envisage
visage
apparition
imperative
To imagine; to conceive of
A face or facial expression
A ghost
Absolutely necessary or crucial
envisage
To imagine; to conceive of
visage
A face or facial expression
30 terms
Literature vocabulary chapter 5
Manifest
Marvelous
Incessantly
Disconsolate
Clearly apparent
Causing wonder or astonishment
Without interruption
Unable to be consoled
Manifest
Clearly apparent
Marvelous
Causing wonder or astonishment
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Literature chapter 5 vocabulary
Manifest
Marvelous
Incessently
Disconsolate
Clearly apparent
Causing wonder or astonishment
Without interpretation
Unable to be consoled
Manifest
Clearly apparent
Marvelous
Causing wonder or astonishment
Vocab Chapter 5- Literature
Benevolent
Guise
Contrive
Depict
well meaning; kindly. (adj.)
external form; appearance. (Noun)
create; to bring about. (Verb)
to show by a drawing. (Verb)
Benevolent
well meaning; kindly. (adj.)
Guise
external form; appearance. (Noun)
22 terms
Chapter 5 Vocabulary - Literature
altruistic (adj)
assent (v)
assent (n)
benefactor (n)
unselfish
to express agreement
agreement
one who does good to others
altruistic (adj)
unselfish
assent (v)
to express agreement
44 terms
Literature chapter 5
Plot
Plot twists
Surprise endings
Exposition
Series of events arranged to produce a definite goal
A plot development that violates the reader's expectations
Plot twist at the end of a story
Introduces us to the setting characters and situation
Plot
Series of events arranged to produce a definite goal
Plot twists
A plot development that violates the reader's expectations
8 terms
Backpack Literature Chapter 5
Tone
Style
Diction
Irony
The attitude toward a subject conveyed in a literary work.
All the distinctive ways in which an author uses language to…
Word choice or vocabulary. Refers to the class of words that…
A literary device in which a discrepancy of meaning is masked…
Tone
The attitude toward a subject conveyed in a literary work.
Style
All the distinctive ways in which an author uses language to…
Honors World Literature Chapter 5
abound
array
comprised
created
teem
(n.) a large arrangement of people or things
(v.) contained, included; consisted of
(v.) made
abound
teem
array
(n.) a large arrangement of people or things
Literature Review Chapter 5
Plot
Subplot
Plot Twist
Surprise ending
A series of events arrange to produce a definite sense of mov…
Secondary plot accomplishes the main plot less important than…
A plot that violates the readers expectations
A plot twist at the end of the story
Plot
A series of events arrange to produce a definite sense of mov…
Subplot
Secondary plot accomplishes the main plot less important than…
Chapter 5 Literature study buddy
style
figures of speech
similes
metaphors
A set of formatting options that have been named and saved.
Expressions, such as similes, metaphors, and personifications…
comparison of things that have something in common using "lik…
comparison between two unlike things WITHOUT using like or as
style
A set of formatting options that have been named and saved.
figures of speech
Expressions, such as similes, metaphors, and personifications…
10 terms
Literature chapter 5-8
Sullen
Hue
Elude
Indignant
Not sociable; gloomy
A shade of color
To avoid or escape
Angry because of someone unjust
Sullen
Not sociable; gloomy
Hue
A shade of color
Chapter 5 Literature test
Allegory
Parable
Symbol
Fable
Story itself is an extended metaphor in which characters, inc…
An allegorical story with two or more strictly correlated lev…
Means something in addition to itself
Details that support the meaning collectively
Allegory
Story itself is an extended metaphor in which characters, inc…
Parable
An allegorical story with two or more strictly correlated lev…
English literature chapter 5
Drama
John Milton
John Donne... George Herbert... Henry Vaughn…
Richard Lovelace ... Robert Herrick ... Geor…
The genre which expericenced a great decline in the seventeen…
Most outstanding poet of the seventeenth century and second g…
4 best known metaphysical poets
3 cavalier poets
Drama
The genre which expericenced a great decline in the seventeen…
John Milton
Most outstanding poet of the seventeenth century and second g…
Literature Vocab Chapter 5
primarily
testy
calamity
stupendous
introductory, initial
irritable, cranky
disaster, catastrophe, or tragedy
amazing, extraordinary, or remarkable
primarily
introductory, initial
testy
irritable, cranky
Multicultural Literature Chapter 5 vocab
copious
dearth
eloquent
jargon
plentiful, abundant
a shortage, lack
stirring, extremely expensive
technical language
copious
plentiful, abundant
dearth
a shortage, lack
10 terms
British Literature Chapter 5
gibe
itinerant
jocose
mellifluous
joke
wandering
happy
sweet
gibe
joke
itinerant
wandering
16 terms
BJU American Literature Chapter 5
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Mezzo Cammin
Divine Commedia
John Greenleaf Whittier
Born in 1807 and died in 1882. The first American to have his…
Written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The title is Italian f…
Translated by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Longfellow translat…
Born in 1807 and died in 1892. The foremost voice in the lite…
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Born in 1807 and died in 1882. The first American to have his…
Mezzo Cammin
Written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The title is Italian f…
24 terms
French Chapter 5 Literature
La connaissance
L'indigènes m
L'impôts m
Au cas où
Knowledge
Natives, indigenous people
Taxes
In case
La connaissance
Knowledge
L'indigènes m
Natives, indigenous people
24 terms
French Chapter 5 - Literature
la connaissance
un indigène
un impôt
au cas où
the knowledge
a native
a tax
in case
la connaissance
the knowledge
un indigène
a native
Chapter 5 literature notes
LOC.gov
best sources for academic research
most important parts of a thesis
each topic sentence is
library of congress
books,journals,websites
arguable,supportable;focused and purpose driven
the main idea of the paragraph
LOC.gov
library of congress
best sources for academic research
books,journals,websites
Chapter 5: American Literature- ERD 003
anesthetic
chill
disillusionment
exhilaration
(n.) drug that prevents pain during surgery
(n.) cold air
(n.) a feeling of disappointment resulting from the discovery…
(n.) excitement; a state of elation; great happiness
anesthetic
(n.) drug that prevents pain during surgery
chill
(n.) cold air
BJU British Literature Chapter 5
Neoclassical Period
Neoclassicism
Rationalism
Traditionalism
1688-1789.
Rationalism in literature and other arts.
The attitude that reason must rule all aspects of life.
...
Neoclassical Period
1688-1789.
Neoclassicism
Rationalism in literature and other arts.
20 terms
Chapter 5 vocab//Literature
Altruistic
Assent
Benefactor
Chivalrous
(adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others ... SYN:…
(v.) to express agreement; (n.) agreement ... SYN: consent, conc…
(n.) one who does good to others ... SYN: patron, humanitarian... A…
(adj.) marked by honor, courtesy, and courage, knightly ... SYN:…
Altruistic
(adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others ... SYN:…
Assent
(v.) to express agreement; (n.) agreement ... SYN: consent, conc…
Journey Into Literature - Chapter 5
antagonist
character
characterization
dynamic
The individual or force that opposes the protagonist.
A fictional person in a piece of literature.
The means a writer uses to reveal character: by outright desc…
Changing, often as a result of conflicts and circumstances en…
antagonist
The individual or force that opposes the protagonist.
character
A fictional person in a piece of literature.
12 terms
Chapter 5: Kinds of Literature
Allegory
Fable
Fantasy
Folktale
a story in which the objects, persons, and actions represent…
a brief tale teaching a moral lesson; the characters include…
a story that takes place in a dream-like world with fanciful…
a simple story set in the past which has animal, human, or su…
Allegory
a story in which the objects, persons, and actions represent…
Fable
a brief tale teaching a moral lesson; the characters include…
9 terms
CHAPTER 5.Kind of literature
drama
tragedy
melodrama
comedy
an acted performance of a story that involves action and dial…
plays that often end in sadness
takes its general dramatic format from tragedy,although it st…
lighthearted works.They attempt to amuse the audience and lif…
drama
an acted performance of a story that involves action and dial…
tragedy
plays that often end in sadness
9 terms
Chapter 5. Kinds of Literature
Drama
Tragedy
Melodrama
Comedy
A acted performance of a story that involves action and dialo…
Plays that often end in sadness
Showcases of serious social concerns
Plays that make the audience laugh
Drama
A acted performance of a story that involves action and dialo…
Tragedy
Plays that often end in sadness
American Literature Chapter 5
Acclivity
August
Blithe
Cavorting
Upward slope
Impressive
Cheerful, carefree
Frolicking
Acclivity
Upward slope
August
Impressive
Digital Literature Chapter 5
VisiCalc
WordStars
New Interface
application software
the first spreadsheet program, provided very basic functional…
an early word processor that allowed you to enter and edit text
changes to software interfaces
quickly developed from early versions to add layers of functi…
VisiCalc
the first spreadsheet program, provided very basic functional…
WordStars
an early word processor that allowed you to enter and edit text
10 terms
Chapter 5 kinds of literature
Drama
Tragedies
When evaluating plays for tragic quali…
Melodrama
In this type of irony, facts or events are unknown to a chara…
Serious plays with unhappy endings
- What are the protagonists central conflicts? What are their…
A literary form in which events are exaggerated in order to c…
Drama
In this type of irony, facts or events are unknown to a chara…
Tragedies
Serious plays with unhappy endings
16 terms
AP Literature Chapter 5 Terms
Denouement
Deus ex machina
Dialectic
Diction
from the French for "unknotting," a term that both refers to…
from the Latin for "god from a machine," a phrase referring s…
originally developed by Greek philosophers, mainly Socrates a…
narrowly defined, a speaker's word choice. The general type o…
Denouement
from the French for "unknotting," a term that both refers to…
Deus ex machina
from the Latin for "god from a machine," a phrase referring s…
English Literature (Chapter 5)
The Task (what it's about)
The Cotter's Saturday Night
The Deserted Village
To A Louse
God has created nature for man to enjoy
Scottish family life
Simple things of life have changed
Man shouldn't be a hypocrite
The Task (what it's about)
God has created nature for man to enjoy
The Cotter's Saturday Night
Scottish family life
10 terms
Literature Vocabulary Chapter 5
charlatan
corroborate
disseminate
diverge
a person making dishonest claims.
to support
to spread
to seperate
charlatan
a person making dishonest claims.
corroborate
to support
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