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Literature Chapter 7 VOCAB
Descended (verb)
Ascended (verb)
Obliterated (verb)
Concealment (noun)
go down
go up
wiped out
the quality of being hidden
Descended (verb)
go down
Ascended (verb)
go up
53 terms
Literature Chapter 7
The Victorian Era
Break, Break, Break
Ulysses
Locksley Hall
1832-1901
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
The Victorian Era
1832-1901
Break, Break, Break
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
18 terms
Literature Chapter 7
scornful
mechanical
geared
calculate
a feeling that someone or something is not worthy of any resp…
of or relating to machinery
to make (something) suitable for a particular use or type of…
to get a general idea about the value, size, or cost of
scornful
a feeling that someone or something is not worthy of any resp…
mechanical
of or relating to machinery
Literature Chapter 7 VOCAB
Descended (verb)
Ascended (verb)
Obliterated (verb)
Concealment (noun)
go down
go up
wiped out
the quality of being hidden
Descended (verb)
go down
Ascended (verb)
go up
20 terms
Literature Chapter 7 Vocabulary
amiss
brawl
detest
domestic
faulty, imperfect.
a noisy quarrel or fight.
to dislike very much.
native to a country.
amiss
faulty, imperfect.
brawl
a noisy quarrel or fight.
20 terms
Chapter 7 Literature Vocabulary
Amiss
Brawl
Detest
Domestic
(adj.) faulty, imperfect, not as it should be; (adv.) in a mi…
(n.) a noisy quarrel or fight; (v.) to quarrel or fight noisi…
(v.) to hate, dislike very much, loathe.
(adj.) native to a country, not foreign; relating to the life…
Amiss
(adj.) faulty, imperfect, not as it should be; (adv.) in a mi…
Brawl
(n.) a noisy quarrel or fight; (v.) to quarrel or fight noisi…
11 terms
Chapter 7: Latin Literature
Epigrammatist
Panegyric
Lyric
Didactic
An author of brief and usually satirical poems of varied cont…
A formal public speech delivered in praise of a person
Poetry that explores personal feelings and emotions. Original…
Poetry that has (or pretends to have) an instructional quality.
Epigrammatist
An author of brief and usually satirical poems of varied cont…
Panegyric
A formal public speech delivered in praise of a person
20 terms
Chapter 7 vocab literature
Authorize
Culprit
Dawdle
Dissect
permission for or approval
A person who has committed a crime or is guilty
To waste time
To cut apart in preparation for scientific study
Authorize
permission for or approval
Culprit
A person who has committed a crime or is guilty
15 terms
Survey of Literature Vocab Chapter 7
compound
appoint
compensation
dumbfound
combination/mixture
to name or designate
to pay back
amazed, puzzled
compound
combination/mixture
appoint
to name or designate
Multicultural Literature Chapter 7
clamor
contract
duplicity
equivocal
loud noise
to become smaller
deceit, deceptive
vague
clamor
loud noise
contract
to become smaller
5 terms
Chapter 7 literature
Lewis and Clark
columbus
Robinson crusoe
john sager
explored from st. louis straight to pacific
continued to sail on even with trouble
was a sole survivor of a shipwreck
orphaned child who traveled oregon trail
Lewis and Clark
explored from st. louis straight to pacific
columbus
continued to sail on even with trouble
15 terms
Literature Terms Chapter 7
Local color
Character type
Sensory image
Onomatopoeia
Presentation of a specific setting with special at- tention t…
A stock character, similar to a stereotype, rather than a dev…
Descriptive words or phrases that appeal to sense perceptions…
The use of words that imitate the sounds... being described (e.g…
Local color
Presentation of a specific setting with special at- tention t…
Character type
A stock character, similar to a stereotype, rather than a dev…
Chapter 7: Literature
Literature
Consonance
Assonance
Theme
•The basic medium of literature is spoken language.... •Literatu…
•A sound structure employing a similarity among consonants.
•A sound structure employing a similarity among vowels.
•A main idea or general topic; usually involves a structural…
Literature
•The basic medium of literature is spoken language.... •Literatu…
Consonance
•A sound structure employing a similarity among consonants.
6 terms
literature chapter 7
lethargy
solace
loom
stealthily
feeling as if you have no energy or interest
comfort or relief
large or important; come into sight dimly; threatening; vague
secret procedure; acting or moving with secrecy
lethargy
feeling as if you have no energy or interest
solace
comfort or relief
19 terms
Literature Chapter 7 VOCAB
Descended
Ascended
Obliterated
Concealment
go down
go up
wiped out
the quality of being hidden
Descended
go down
Ascended
go up
Chapter 7 Literature
Thomas
Chaucer
vilanelle
denotation
"Do not go Gentle"
Canterbury Tales
5 3 line stanza, 1 4 line stanza
literal level
Thomas
"Do not go Gentle"
Chaucer
Canterbury Tales
Literature Chapter 7
Horizon of Expectations
Reception Theory
Transactional Analysis
Structuralists
refers to the linguistic and aesthetic expectations of a read…
involves examining the changing responses to it on the part o…
an approach in which the critic considers how the reader inte…
A critic who analyzes literature following principles of mode…
Horizon of Expectations
refers to the linguistic and aesthetic expectations of a read…
Reception Theory
involves examining the changing responses to it on the part o…
21 terms
Chapter 7: Literature
assonance
conceptual metaphor
connotation
denotation
A sound structure employing a similarity among vowels but not…
A comparison that evokes ideas.
Use of language to suggest ideas and/or emotional coloration…
The direct, explicit meaning or reference of a word or words.
assonance
A sound structure employing a similarity among vowels but not…
conceptual metaphor
A comparison that evokes ideas.
25 terms
Chapter 7 Literature
Spoken language
Consonance
Assonance
Theme
Basic medium of literature
When two or more tones sounded simultaneously are pleasing to…
A sound structure employing a similarity among vowels but not…
Main idea
Spoken language
Basic medium of literature
Consonance
When two or more tones sounded simultaneously are pleasing to…
Literature Chapter 7
sentimentality
what dwells in man, what is not given…
love
love
the indulgence in emotion for its own sake without regard for…
what are the three truths that the angel learned from the Sim…
what dwells in man?
what do men live by?
sentimentality
the indulgence in emotion for its own sake without regard for…
what dwells in man, what is not given…
what are the three truths that the angel learned from the Sim…
BJU American Literature Chapter 7
Edgar Allen Poe
To Helen
The Raven
Sonnet -- To Science
Born in 1809 and died in 1849. One of the most famous ninetee…
Written by Edgar Allen Poe. This work is an apostrophe. It is…
Written by Edgar Allen Poe. Published in 1845. Develops from…
Written by Edgar Allen Poe. This work contrasts real world of…
Edgar Allen Poe
Born in 1809 and died in 1849. One of the most famous ninetee…
To Helen
Written by Edgar Allen Poe. This work is an apostrophe. It is…
23 terms
Chapter 7 - Literature
La literatura
La novela
La novella
Los personajes
The literature
The novel
The novella (Short novel)
The characters
La literatura
The literature
La novela
The novel
Literature Vocab Chapter 7
compound
appoint
compensate
dumbfounded
a thing that is composed of two or more separate elements
to assign a job or role to someone
to make amends; pay back.
to be greatly astonished or amazed
compound
a thing that is composed of two or more separate elements
appoint
to assign a job or role to someone
42 terms
Spanish Literature Chapter 7
Los maderos
La sierra
La madera
El aserrín
timber
saw
wood
sawdust
Los maderos
timber
La sierra
saw
Chapter 7: Characteristics of World Literature
styles of Folklore
Fables
legends
Mythology
Fables, legends, mythology
In prose or verse to point to a moral; Characters are frequen…
Fictional stories once believed to have been true and handed…
An anonymous work having roots in primitive folk belief; pres…
styles of Folklore
Fables, legends, mythology
Fables
In prose or verse to point to a moral; Characters are frequen…
10 terms
Chapter 7: Literature Reviews
Purposes for Literature Review
General sources
Primary sources
Secondary sources
ID of a research problem, determine gaps within research, acq…
provides an overview of a topic & where to find more informat…
actual research reports conducted from the original researches
summaries of studies from others (review)
Purposes for Literature Review
ID of a research problem, determine gaps within research, acq…
General sources
provides an overview of a topic & where to find more informat…
Literature Chapter 7
adieu
advent
apex
assimilate
a farewell
an arrival, a coming into place or view
the highest point, tip
to absorb fully, to adopt as ones own, to adapt fully
adieu
a farewell
advent
an arrival, a coming into place or view
130 terms
Chapter 7 History + Literature
long
impôts
fils, petit-fils
arrière-petit-fils
le règne de Louis XIV était trop _____
Versailles et les guerres étaient très chers, alors il y avai…
le ______ et le _______ de Louis XIV sont morts
l'_______________ de Louis XIV devient roi sous le nom de Lou…
long
le règne de Louis XIV était trop _____
impôts
Versailles et les guerres étaient très chers, alors il y avai…
27 terms
Chapter 7-literature
assonance
conceptual metaphor
connotation
connotation
a sound structure employing a similarity among vowels but not…
a comparison that evokes ideas
use of language to suggest ideas and/or emotional coloration…
example of this is: "Brothers and sisters" denotes relatives,…
assonance
a sound structure employing a similarity among vowels but not…
conceptual metaphor
a comparison that evokes ideas
ARTS CHAPTER 7: LITERATURE
Basic medium of literature is?
How were Homer's epics (The illiad and…
How is literature a serial art?
"Do not go Gentle into That Good Night…
SPOKEN LANGUAGE
They were memorized by poets, who then sang the epics to the…
In order to perceive it, we must be aware of what is happenin…
example of harnessing deep emotion in the confines of a rigid…
Basic medium of literature is?
SPOKEN LANGUAGE
How were Homer's epics (The illiad and…
They were memorized by poets, who then sang the epics to the…
Currents in literature chapter 7
Abominable
Animosity
Defer
Diminish
Deserving or causing loathing or hatred
A feeling of ill will, hostility
To postpone to another time, to give in
Decrease, less amount
Abominable
Deserving or causing loathing or hatred
Animosity
A feeling of ill will, hostility
BJU British Literature Chapter 7
Victorian Period
Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881)
On Heroes, Hero Worship, and the Heroi…
John Henry Newman (1801-1890)
(1832-1914)
• Born in Scotland... • Attended Etinburgh University but left w…
Carlyle cites the disbelief in heroes as a symptom of spiritu…
• Born in London... • Converted to Anglicanism... • Published The T…
Victorian Period
(1832-1914)
Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881)
• Born in Scotland... • Attended Etinburgh University but left w…
20 terms
Chapter 7 Literature - Spoken Language and Literature
Literature
Components/Elements of Literature
Image
Metaphor
Addresses sound and sense
Image, Metaphor, Symbol, Diction and Other elements
Creates a picture in your head
Comparison without announcement
Literature
Addresses sound and sense
Components/Elements of Literature
Image, Metaphor, Symbol, Diction and Other elements
Literature Chapter 7&8 The Outsiders
Radiate
Delinquents
Manslaughter
Brawn
To send out rays; to beam or shine
People (young) who commit a crime
Unlawfully killing of another without planing in advance
Strength; physical power
Radiate
To send out rays; to beam or shine
Delinquents
People (young) who commit a crime
American Literature Chapter 7 Vocabulary
Equivocate
Propensity
Fortuitous
Reprehensible
To be purposely vague
A natural preference or tendency.
Happening by chance; lucky
Deserving of criticism and disapproval.
Equivocate
To be purposely vague
Propensity
A natural preference or tendency.
10 terms
Literature Vocabulary Chapter 7
equivocate
fortuitous
impeccable
liaison
to be unclear.
accidental
flawless
a link
equivocate
to be unclear.
fortuitous
accidental
24 terms
HUMA 101 Chapter 7 Literature
assonance
consonance
theme
denotation
similarity of vowel sounds
similarity of consonant sounds
main idea to be conveyed
direct, specific meaning of a word
assonance
similarity of vowel sounds
consonance
similarity of consonant sounds
10 terms
Honors World Literature: Chapter 7
Cynical
Ambivalent
Demagogue
Demure
doubtful or distrustful of the goodness or sincerity of human…
having opposite attitudes or feelings toward a person, thing…
a leader who appeals to citizens' emotions to obtain power
quiet and modest; reserved
Cynical
doubtful or distrustful of the goodness or sincerity of human…
Ambivalent
having opposite attitudes or feelings toward a person, thing…
20 terms
British Literature - Vocab - Chapter 7
Austere
Beneficent
Cadaverous
Concoct
Simple, plain
Doing good
Pale, resembling a corpse
To prepare by combining ingredients
Austere
Simple, plain
Beneficent
Doing good
6 terms
American Literature Chapter 7
How does poetry awaken the sense of si…
How does poetry awaken the sense of he…
How does poetry awaken all our senses?
The poems in this chapter tell us abou…
By the way the lines are arranged
By the way the poem has rhythm and rhym
By using colorful language
Heroes
How does poetry awaken the sense of si…
By the way the lines are arranged
How does poetry awaken the sense of he…
By the way the poem has rhythm and rhym
16 terms
English vocab chapter 7 & literature
Latter
Perverseness
Odious
Gossamer
Later item
Actions which are against what is proper or normal
Hatred
Cobweb usually on bushes or floating in air, gauze
Latter
Later item
Perverseness
Actions which are against what is proper or normal
American Literature Vocabulary Chapter 7
Adroit
Macroscopic
Fatuous
Bovine
Skillful;clever
Visible to the naked eye
Foolish; inane
Pertaining to cows or cattle
Adroit
Skillful;clever
Macroscopic
Visible to the naked eye
15 terms
Literature Chapter 7-9 Vocabulary
sal volatile
cower
mutton
throttle
a type of smelling salt or ammonia
to crouch in fear or shame
sheep meat
to suppress
sal volatile
a type of smelling salt or ammonia
cower
to crouch in fear or shame
15 terms
American Literature Vocabulary Chapter 7
Adroit
Macroscopic
Fatuous
Bovine
Skillful;clever
Visible to the naked eye
Foolish; inane
Pertaining to cows or cattle
Adroit
Skillful;clever
Macroscopic
Visible to the naked eye
48 terms
Chapter 7 vocab- Art & Literature
el arte
el (la) artista, el (la) pintor(a)
el lienzo
el caballete
art
artist, painter
canvas
easel
el arte
art
el (la) artista, el (la) pintor(a)
artist, painter
19 terms
World Literature Vocab chapter 7
Abhor
Amend
Buffet
Chaos
To regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply ... Synonym: d…
to change in a formal way; to change for the better... Synonym:…
to slap or cuff; to strike repeatedly; to drive or force with…
great confusion, disorder... Synonyms: anarchy, turmoil... Antonyms…
Abhor
To regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply ... Synonym: d…
Amend
to change in a formal way; to change for the better... Synonym:…
10 terms
British Literature Chapter 7 Vocabulary
surly
rouse
plight
stifle
(adj.) angry and bad-tempered
(v.) excite
(n.) dangerous situation
(v.) choke down
surly
(adj.) angry and bad-tempered
rouse
(v.) excite
vocab chapter 7 and 8 literature
bounding
chasms
chaotic
cordially
leaping
canyons
disorganized
politely
bounding
leaping
chasms
canyons
15 terms
Chapter 7 - Genres of World Literature
Fables (folklore)
Legends (folklore)
mythology (folklore)
fantasy (fiction)
- in prose or verse point to a moral... - characters are frequen…
- fictional stories once believed to have been true and hande…
- an anonymous work having roots in primitive folk belief... -pr…
- a conscious breaking free from reality. it may be employed…
Fables (folklore)
- in prose or verse point to a moral... - characters are frequen…
Legends (folklore)
- fictional stories once believed to have been true and hande…
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