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Literature Chapter 8
Pygmalion
WIth Rue My Heart Is Laden
To an Athlete Dying Young
Down by the Salley Gardens
Bernard Shaw
A.E. Housman
A.E. Housman
William Butler Yeats
Pygmalion
Bernard Shaw
WIth Rue My Heart Is Laden
A.E. Housman
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Literature Chapter 8
End rhyme
Enjambment
Foot
Free verse
Rhyme that occurs at the ends of lines in a poem.
Also called a run-on line, the continuation of a thought in a…
The basic unit used to measure meter in poetry.
Poetry that does not have a fixed metrical pattern.
End rhyme
Rhyme that occurs at the ends of lines in a poem.
Enjambment
Also called a run-on line, the continuation of a thought in a…
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Literature Chapter 8
compliment
divorce
rejection
wrinkles
a remark that says something good about someone or something
the ending of a marriage by a legal process
a refusal to show someone the love or kindness that they need…
a small line or fold that appears on your skin as you grow ol…
compliment
a remark that says something good about someone or something
divorce
the ending of a marriage by a legal process
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Literature Vocab Chapter 8
Abnormal
Capsize
Catastrophe
Decrease
not usual, not typical
to turn bottom side up, upset
a large-scale disasters
to become less
Abnormal
not usual, not typical
Capsize
to turn bottom side up, upset
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Chapter 8 vocab literature
Affluence
Arrears
Cascade
Cringe
Wealth, riches, prosperity, great abundance, plenty
Unpaid or overdue debts, an unfinished duty
A steep, narrow waterfall, something falling or rushing forth…
To shrink back or hide in fear or submissiveness
Affluence
Wealth, riches, prosperity, great abundance, plenty
Arrears
Unpaid or overdue debts, an unfinished duty
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Chapter 8 vocab literature
Affluence
Arrears
Cascade
Cringe
Wealth or riches
Unpaid
A steep narrow waterfall
Shrink back or hide in fear
Affluence
Wealth or riches
Arrears
Unpaid
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Chapter 8- Literature
wrack
diaphanous
lawny
peevishly
bank
light, delicate and translucent
a fine linen or cotton fabric
easily irritated
wrack
bank
diaphanous
light, delicate and translucent
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Literature Vocab Chapter 8
advisable
besiege
clarity
corridor
sensible, wise, proper
to crowd around someone/something in an effort to capture
the condition of being clear and understandable
the long passageway/hallway that leads to open rooms
advisable
sensible, wise, proper
besiege
to crowd around someone/something in an effort to capture
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Literature Chapter 8 terms
Incident
Anecdote
Episode
Flasback
The basic unit of all narrative
biographical form of an incident
Story that contains ore than one incdent
Earlier events that are sumarized as inroductory background o…
Incident
The basic unit of all narrative
Anecdote
biographical form of an incident
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Chapter 8 Literature
Mendiants
Bas
Sabots
Circulation
Beggars
Stockings
Wooden shoes
Movement of goods
Mendiants
Beggars
Bas
Stockings
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Chapter 8 literature vocab
Assurance
Asylum
Console
Dialate
a pledge;freedom from doubt, self confidence
an institution for the care of children elderly people, etc;…
to comfort; the keyboard of an organ; a control panel for an…
to make or become larger or wider; to expand upon
Assurance
a pledge;freedom from doubt, self confidence
Asylum
an institution for the care of children elderly people, etc;…
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Literature Chapter 8 vocab
Abnormal
Capsize
Catastrophe
Decrease
(adj) Not usual, strange... Synonyms: freakish, irregular... Antony…
(verb) to turn bottom side up, upset... Synonyms: upend, tip over
(noun) A large scale diaster, misfortune, or failure... Synonyms…
(verb) To become or make less. (noun) a lessening... Synonyms: (…
Abnormal
(adj) Not usual, strange... Synonyms: freakish, irregular... Antony…
Capsize
(verb) to turn bottom side up, upset... Synonyms: upend, tip over
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Literature Chapter 8
Fixed form
Continuous form
Stanza form
Italian sonnet
A traditional form applying to whole poem
Continuous lines with no grouping or breaks
Written in stanzas
A,B,B,A. /C,D,C D,C,D
Fixed form
A traditional form applying to whole poem
Continuous form
Continuous lines with no grouping or breaks
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Chapter 8 literature
Abate
Decorum
Abhor
Dole
To lesson in violence or intensity. Ant. Intensify, increase
Conformity to accepted standards of conduct or proper behavio…
To detest, to hate strongly. Ant. Love, adore
To distribute or give out sparingly. Ant. Hoard
Abate
To lesson in violence or intensity. Ant. Intensify, increase
Decorum
Conformity to accepted standards of conduct or proper behavio…
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Chapter 8 Literature
La cifra
Las divisas
El giro de dinero
Agigantado(a)
the number
foreign curriencies
instrument or document used to send or send money
very big
La cifra
the number
Las divisas
foreign curriencies
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Chapter 8 Literature
les mendiants (m)
le bas
les sabots (m)
la circulation
beggars
stockings
wooden shoes
movement of goods
les mendiants (m)
beggars
le bas
stockings
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Visual Literature Chapter 8
The field of visual culture
Hegemony
Habitus
Origins of Visual Culture
Pierre Bourdieu; tending to transform or conserve same
Power relations in a constant state of flux
Field exists before entry with rites of passage; individual a…
Progressive political and artistic movements; scholars begin…
The field of visual culture
Pierre Bourdieu; tending to transform or conserve same
Hegemony
Power relations in a constant state of flux
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Literature Vocab Chapter 8
timid
splinter
proverb
infectious
showing a lack of courage or confidence
to break into small sharp fragments
a short saying stating a general truth or piece of advise
likely to be transmitted to humans and organisms through the…
timid
showing a lack of courage or confidence
splinter
to break into small sharp fragments
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Multicultural Literature Vocab Chapter 8
affable
apocryphal
desultory
garbled
good-natured, friendly
fictitious, not genuine
random
distorted, mixed up
affable
good-natured, friendly
apocryphal
fictitious, not genuine
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Chapter 8.3 Greek Mythology and Literature
Mythology
Homer
Sappho
Aesop
A body of stories about gods and heroes that try to explain h…
A poet who wrote epic poems such as Iliad and the Odyssey.
Most Famous Lyric poet who was a woman (girl power) Her poems…
A Greek who told famous fables with animals as the main chara…
Mythology
A body of stories about gods and heroes that try to explain h…
Homer
A poet who wrote epic poems such as Iliad and the Odyssey.
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BJU British Literature Chapter 8
Existentialism
Nihilism
William Butler Yeats (1865-1939)
Adam's Curse
...
A morose denial of all meaning and values, including those ge…
• Born in Dublin... • Helped Lady Gregory found the Irish Nation…
This poem associates beauty with fatiguing effort resulting f…
Existentialism
...
Nihilism
A morose denial of all meaning and values, including those ge…
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Finacial Literature Chapter 8
The money you have left to spend or sa…
A set of goals for saving, and investi…
A spending and saving plan based on yo…
Costs that do not change from month to…
Disposable Income
Financial Plan
Budget
Fixed Expenses
The money you have left to spend or sa…
Disposable Income
A set of goals for saving, and investi…
Financial Plan
Currents in literature chapter 8
Disquieting
Evoke
Impudent
Incisive
Disturbing or alarming
To bring out
Bodly distespectful and causing irritation to others, rude
Penetrating and sharp; biting
Disquieting
Disturbing or alarming
Evoke
To bring out
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Chapter 8 Vocabulary (Literature)
el argumento
el cuento de hadas
el desenlace
la épica
plot
fairy tail
ending
epic
el argumento
plot
el cuento de hadas
fairy tail
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Journey Into Literature - Chapter 8
anapestic foot
aphorism
dactylic foot
double rhyme
Consists of three syllables, with the third one stressed.
A pointed statement that expresses a principle or observation…
A foot consisting of three syllables, with the first one stre…
Also called feminine rhyme: staying-playing, marvelous-frivol…
anapestic foot
Consists of three syllables, with the third one stressed.
aphorism
A pointed statement that expresses a principle or observation…
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Literature Vocab Chapter 8
Abnormal
Capsize
Catastrophe
Decrease
not usual, not typical
to turn bottom side up, upset
a large-scale disasters
to become less
Abnormal
not usual, not typical
Capsize
to turn bottom side up, upset
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Literature Test Chapter 8 (Terms)
Drama
Comedy
Tragedy
Act
Literature written to be acted
Drama that focuses on the light-hearted matters such as court…
Flaws of the protagonist cause him tremendous suffering resul…
A major division in the action of a the play
Drama
Literature written to be acted
Comedy
Drama that focuses on the light-hearted matters such as court…
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AP Literature Chapter 8 Terms
Frame Story
Free Verse
Freytag's Pyramid
Gothic and Gothic Novel
a story that contains another story or stories. Usually it ex…
poetry that lacks a regular meter, does not rhyme, and uses i…
Gustav _______'s conception of the structure of a typical fiv…
a genre characterized by a general mood of decay, action that…
Frame Story
a story that contains another story or stories. Usually it ex…
Free Verse
poetry that lacks a regular meter, does not rhyme, and uses i…
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British Literature Chapter 8 Terms
acrimonious
bovine
consternation
corpulent
(adj.) stinging, bitter in temper or tone.
(adj.) resembling a cow or ox; sluggish, unresponsive
(n.) dismay, confusion
(adj.) fat: having a large, bulky body
acrimonious
(adj.) stinging, bitter in temper or tone.
bovine
(adj.) resembling a cow or ox; sluggish, unresponsive
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Chapter 8 multicultural literature vocab
affable
apocryphal
desultory
garbled
good-natured, friendly
fictitious, not genuine
random
distorted, mixed up
affable
good-natured, friendly
apocryphal
fictitious, not genuine
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Chapter 8 Review, Greek Mythology & Literature
Why did the Greeks tell myths?
What did the Greeks do to make the god…
Who were some of the Greek heros?
What was the purpose of the Olympic Ga…
to explain the world
built temples
Hercules, Achilles, Theseus, Odysseus, Perseus - some were pe…
honor the gods
Why did the Greeks tell myths?
to explain the world
What did the Greeks do to make the god…
built temples
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BJU American Literature Chapter 8
Bret Harte (1836-1902)
The Boom in the Calaveras Clarion
Ambrose Bierce (1842-1914)
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
The first writer after the Civil War to win a large public fo…
Lacks the moral vagueness and tolerance of Harte's frequently…
He usually wrote gruesome tales of destruction and dying. Bec…
The story's ending may startle the readers unless they are at…
Bret Harte (1836-1902)
The first writer after the Civil War to win a large public fo…
The Boom in the Calaveras Clarion
Lacks the moral vagueness and tolerance of Harte's frequently…
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Chapter 8: Wisdom and Apocalyptic Literature
Apocalypse
Apocalypticism
Proverb
Wisdom Literature
1. divine revelation is described... 2.Pseudonymous Seers... 3. Biz…
jewish apocalypticists believed that God revealed to them the…
profound saying that encapsulates a distinctive understanding…
Focused on understanding the world and how best to live in it…
Apocalypse
1. divine revelation is described... 2.Pseudonymous Seers... 3. Biz…
Apocalypticism
jewish apocalypticists believed that God revealed to them the…
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BJU American Literature Chapter 8
Bret Harte (1836-1902)
The Boom in the Calaveras Clarion
Ambrose Bierce (1842-1914)
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
The first writer after the Civil War to win a large public fo…
Lacks the moral vagueness and tolerance of Harte's frequently…
He usually wrote gruesome tales of destruction and dying. Bec…
The story's ending may startle the readers unless they are at…
Bret Harte (1836-1902)
The first writer after the Civil War to win a large public fo…
The Boom in the Calaveras Clarion
Lacks the moral vagueness and tolerance of Harte's frequently…
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British Literature: Victorian Era-Chapter 8
Date of Great Exhibition
Date of Origin of SPecies
Date of Married Woman's Property Act
Great struggle of Victorian Era
1851
1859
1870
Evolution and the battle of Faith
Date of Great Exhibition
1851
Date of Origin of SPecies
1859
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British Literature: Chapter 8 Puritan Age
Purifying of the ____ Church
Meant to teach the authors themselves
Wrote lighthearted love, lyrical/pasto…
Wrote abstract, life's difficulties, u…
Anglican
Didactic
Cavelier Poets
Metaphysical Poets
Purifying of the ____ Church
Anglican
Meant to teach the authors themselves
Didactic
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American Literature: Chapter 8 Vocab
Animosity
Apathy
Apprehensive
Commend
strong dislike; bitter hostility
A lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
fearful or anxious, especially about the future
to praise
Animosity
strong dislike; bitter hostility
Apathy
A lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
American Literature Vocabulary Chapter 8
Deride
Censure
Gambol
Immolate
To ridicule; to mock ( hurts)
To criticize sharply
To frolic; to romp about playfully
To kill someone as a sacrificial victims, usually by fire
Deride
To ridicule; to mock ( hurts)
Censure
To criticize sharply
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American-Literature Chapter 8 Vocab
animosity
apathy
apprehensive
commend
strong dislike; bitter hostility
a lack of feeling. emotion, or interest
fearful or anxious, especially about the future
to praise, express approval; to present as worthy of attention
animosity
strong dislike; bitter hostility
apathy
a lack of feeling. emotion, or interest
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Chapter 8 Greek Mythology and Literature
Mythology
Homer
Sappho
Aesop
A body of stories about gods and heroes that try to explain h…
A poet who wrote epic poems such as Iliad and the Odyssey.
Most Famous Lyric poet who was a woman (girl power) Her poems…
A Greek who told famous fables with animals as the main chara…
Mythology
A body of stories about gods and heroes that try to explain h…
Homer
A poet who wrote epic poems such as Iliad and the Odyssey.
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Chapter 8 Review, Greek Mythology & Literature
mythology
Homer
Sappho
Aesop
a body of stories about gods and heros that try to explain ho…
An epic poet who wrote the story of the Trojan War
a famous lyric poet
famous for his fables
mythology
a body of stories about gods and heros that try to explain ho…
Homer
An epic poet who wrote the story of the Trojan War
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Intro to Spanish Literature Chapter 8 Vocabulary
el anillo
el collar
conmover (ue)
discriminar
the ring
the necklace
to move (emotionally)
to discriminate
el anillo
the ring
el collar
the necklace
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Chapter 8 Section 3: Greek Mythology and Literature
mythology
Homer
Sappho
Aesop
a body of stories about gods and heroes that try to explain h…
Greek poet who wrote two great Greek epics, The Iliad and The…
Most famous Greek lyric poet who also was a woman
Historians remember him as a famous Greek fable writer
mythology
a body of stories about gods and heroes that try to explain h…
Homer
Greek poet who wrote two great Greek epics, The Iliad and The…
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Literature and Language Chapter 8 vocabulary words
Capture
Intercept
Except
Recipient
To take
To catch or stop in between somethings beginning or end.
Not included
Someone who gets something.
Capture
To take
Intercept
To catch or stop in between somethings beginning or end.
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AP English literature and composition chapter 8 vocab
Abstraction
Abstract Noun
Analogy
Antecedent
A concept or idea without a specific example; idealized gener…
Ideas or things that can mean many things to many people, suc…
Compared two things that are similar in several respects in o…
That which comes before; this of a pronoun is the noun to whi…
Abstraction
A concept or idea without a specific example; idealized gener…
Abstract Noun
Ideas or things that can mean many things to many people, suc…
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Language Arts Chapter 8 - Analyzing Responses to Literature
turbulent
integrity
composure
revered
wild; disorderly
honesty; uprightness
calmness of mind
regarded with deep respect and affection
turbulent
wild; disorderly
integrity
honesty; uprightness
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Chapter 8 Section 3: Greek Mythology and Literature
mythology
Homer
Sappho
Aesop
a body of stories about gods and heroes that try to explain h…
Greek poet who wrote two great Greek epics, The Iliad and The…
Most famous Greek lyric poet who also was a woman
Historians remember him as a famous Greek fable writer
mythology
a body of stories about gods and heroes that try to explain h…
Homer
Greek poet who wrote two great Greek epics, The Iliad and The…
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Literature Twenty One Balloons Chapter 8
During the intermission, who ran into…
What did the Mayor bring Professor She…
Why did Professor Sherman think it was…
Where was Mr. F. bring Professor Sherm…
The Chief Surgeon and the Mayor.
The Mayor brought him back a nip (liquor) and he swallowed it…
Because a little over a month ago the Professor was an insign…
Mr. F. was bringing the Professor to see the invention of the…
During the intermission, who ran into…
The Chief Surgeon and the Mayor.
What did the Mayor bring Professor She…
The Mayor brought him back a nip (liquor) and he swallowed it…
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Chapter 8
conciliatory
lamentation
leagued
meddle
used or meant to make peace
expression of grief or sorrow
joined a group with common goals
interfere in someone else's concerns
conciliatory
used or meant to make peace
lamentation
expression of grief or sorrow
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