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English/Literature---Shakespeare--Macbeth
() play (length), set in ()
Thane of Glamis
king of Scotland
Who encounters three witches who claim…
Shortest play, set in Scotland
Macbeth
King Duncan
Macbeth and Banquo
() play (length), set in ()
Shortest play, set in Scotland
Thane of Glamis
Macbeth
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LITERATURE: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE - English x English
take revenge
potion
tomb
dagger
to make somebody suffer because they have made you or somebod…
a drink of medicine or poison; a liquid with magic powers
a large grave, especially one built of stone above or below t…
a big knife
take revenge
to make somebody suffer because they have made you or somebod…
potion
a drink of medicine or poison; a liquid with magic powers
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Sonnet 116 - Shakespeare, English Literature
What is the poem about? What is Shakes…
What is the FORM of the poem?
What does the rhyme scheme do to the p…
Describe the STRUCTURE of the poem
How constant true love is, if love is true it will last forev…
Sonnet- sonnets were used for writing about love, this sonnet…
It gives the poem a sense of order and completeness.
The three quatrains discuss the same idea of love being uncha…
What is the poem about? What is Shakes…
How constant true love is, if love is true it will last forev…
What is the FORM of the poem?
Sonnet- sonnets were used for writing about love, this sonnet…
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Freshman English quiz-literature notes(Shakespeare)
How many syllables does each line have…
How many lines does a sonnet have?
Iamb-
What is the last 3 lines of the sonnet…
10
14
2 syllables in which the 1st is unstressed and 2nd is stressed
Rhyming couplet
How many syllables does each line have…
10
How many lines does a sonnet have?
14
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LITERATURE: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE - English x Czech
take revenge
potion
tomb
dagger
pomstít se
letkvar
hrobka
dýka
take revenge
pomstít se
potion
letkvar
45 terms
English literature and culture 2 - William Shakespeare
Which facts on Shakespeare's life do y…
The film Anonymous questions what we k…
What is special about the epitaph of S…
How is Shakespeare portrayed in the fi…
- He wrote 37 plays and 154 sonnets and many poems... - most per…
- he's a ghost... - not a single manuscript ever found written i…
it's to deter grave robbers... figuratively: Shakespeare's work…
- drunk actor... - class division... - interaction between actors a…
Which facts on Shakespeare's life do y…
- He wrote 37 plays and 154 sonnets and many poems... - most per…
The film Anonymous questions what we k…
- he's a ghost... - not a single manuscript ever found written i…
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AP English Literature - Shakespeare Midterm Exam
alliteration
allusion
apostrophe
assonance
use of the same consonant at the beginning of each word
passing reference or indirect mention
address to an absent or imaginary person
the repetition of similar vowels in successive words
alliteration
use of the same consonant at the beginning of each word
allusion
passing reference or indirect mention
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Shakespeare's Language - AP English Literature and Composition
'tis
e'er
ope
oft
it is
ever
open
often
'tis
it is
e'er
ever
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Sonnet 116 - Shakespeare, English Literature (ENG131)
What is the poem about? What is Shakes…
What is the FORM of the poem?
What does the rhyme scheme do to the p…
Describe the STRUCTURE of the poem
How constant true love is, if love is true it will last forev…
Sonnet- sonnets were used for writing about love, this sonnet…
It gives the poem a sense of order and completeness.
The three quatrains discuss the same idea of love being uncha…
What is the poem about? What is Shakes…
How constant true love is, if love is true it will last forev…
What is the FORM of the poem?
Sonnet- sonnets were used for writing about love, this sonnet…
133 terms
Literature and Shakespeare
Mysterious
It was made as a movie
It reads well
World-known
Záhadné
Bylo to zfilmováno
Čte se to dobře
Celosvětově známý
Mysterious
Záhadné
It was made as a movie
Bylo to zfilmováno
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Literature: Shakespeare
Who did Shakespeare marry?
Two reasons playhouses were prohibited…
What did it cost to stand in front of…
What was Shakespeares fathers job?
Anne Hathaway
Large, drunk crowds, and diseases spread.
One penny (worst place, had to stand)
John Shakespeare was a merchant.
Who did Shakespeare marry?
Anne Hathaway
Two reasons playhouses were prohibited…
Large, drunk crowds, and diseases spread.
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Background to Shakespeare and the Merchant of Venice: English Literature
What was the time period in which Shak…
What were some fields in which extraor…
In what year did the Reformation take…
What religion was Queen Elizabeth tryi…
The Renaissance.
Religion, politics, science, language and the arts.
1534.
The Protestant religion.
What was the time period in which Shak…
The Renaissance.
What were some fields in which extraor…
Religion, politics, science, language and the arts.
104 terms
Literature- Shakespeare
talent
poem
metre
iambic pentameter
Begabung
Gedicht
Versmaß
fünffüßiger Jambus
talent
Begabung
poem
Gedicht
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Shakespeare Literature
Wherefore
Whence
Thy
Thou
Why
From where
Your
You
Wherefore
Why
Whence
From where
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Literature Shakespeare
Act
Scene
Aside
Chorus
One of the main divisions of a play
Act that is subdivived
Serves to reveal a character's thoughts or concerns to the au…
A single person who recited a prologue before Act I (and some…
Act
One of the main divisions of a play
Scene
Act that is subdivived
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Literature Shakespeare
When Was Shakespeare born
When Did Shakespeare die
How old was he when he died
What was his school background
April 23 1564
April 23, 1616
52
Grammar/elementary school
When Was Shakespeare born
April 23 1564
When Did Shakespeare die
April 23, 1616
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Shakespeare literature
What people expects?
Who played females roles?
Commedia Dell Arte
Comedy comes from
A happy ending
Males
Unwritten or improvise drama
Italy
What people expects?
A happy ending
Who played females roles?
Males
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Literature - Shakespeare
When was Shakespeare born?
When did Shakespeare die?
Who was Shakespeare married to?
How many kids did Shakespeare have?
(Probably) April 23, 1564
April 23, 1616
Anne Hathaway
3
When was Shakespeare born?
(Probably) April 23, 1564
When did Shakespeare die?
April 23, 1616
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Literature: Shakespeare Plots (Unfinished)
Hamlet
Macbeth
King Lear
Othello
http://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/hamlet/
http://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/macbeth/
http://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/lear/
http://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/othello/
Hamlet
http://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/hamlet/
Macbeth
http://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/macbeth/
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introduction to literature - shakespeare
sonnets
histories - type of Shakespeare play
comedies - type of Shakespeare play
tragedies - type of Shakespeare play
It is a poem with a rigid set of rules which the author has t…
when a drama deals with history
when a drama is funny it is called a comedy
when a drama ends in tragedy - usually someone dies like the…
sonnets
It is a poem with a rigid set of rules which the author has t…
histories - type of Shakespeare play
when a drama deals with history
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LITERATURE TERMS AND SHAKESPEARE LANGAUGE
Allusion
Tone
Satire
Jargon
An indirect reference to a person, story, or situation in lit…
The mood of a piece of writing, the author's feeling toward a…
Type or writing that uses humour and irony to point out the s…
The language of a particular group or profession
Allusion
An indirect reference to a person, story, or situation in lit…
Tone
The mood of a piece of writing, the author's feeling toward a…
20 terms
Shakespeare Literature Terms
Drama
Tragedy
Prologue
Sonnet
a story written to be acted for an audience
a play, novel, or other narrative that depicts serious and im…
a short introduction at the beginning of a play that gives a…
fourteen-line lyric poem that is usually written in iambic pe…
Drama
a story written to be acted for an audience
Tragedy
a play, novel, or other narrative that depicts serious and im…
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English Shakespeare
Shakespeare Birth Date
Memorise the Globe Theater places
Shakespeare Birth Place
Shakespeare Wife married age
April 23 or April 24, 1564
NOW
Stratford-upon-Avon
Anne Hathaway, when Shakespeare was 18
Shakespeare Birth Date
April 23 or April 24, 1564
Memorise the Globe Theater places
NOW
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Shakespeare Dramatic Literature Terms
Shakespearean Comedy
Shakespearean History
Shakespearean Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Play that ends with a happy ending, usually a marriage.
Play based on factual elements and real political figures.
Play that ends in the death of most major characters and incl…
The protagonist in a work of tragic literature, who has a fla…
Shakespearean Comedy
Play that ends with a happy ending, usually a marriage.
Shakespearean History
Play based on factual elements and real political figures.
10 terms
Shakespeare Literature terms
Oxymoron
Allusion
Pun
Imagery
Figure of speech< contradictory
Reference to a statement, person,ect
Play on the multiple meanings of a word
language that appeals to the senses
Oxymoron
Figure of speech< contradictory
Allusion
Reference to a statement, person,ect
272 terms
Film and Literature: Shakespeare Midterm
Alliteration
Allusion
Anapest
Anaphora
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
an expression designated to call something to mind without me…
poetic device defined as a metrical foot in a line of a poem…
repetition of a word, phrase, or clause at the beginning of t…
Alliteration
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
Allusion
an expression designated to call something to mind without me…
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Literature Shakespeare background
What are the major topica in julius ce…
Written as script, intended for prefor…
Illusion of realility
What is dramatic effect shown through
Power identity dignity honor
Drama
Dramatic effect
Theme
What are the major topica in julius ce…
Power identity dignity honor
Written as script, intended for prefor…
Drama
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Literature shakespeare vocab and characters
Antonio
Ariel
Banquo
Baptista
Wrongful duke of Milan, the Tempest
Prospero's servant, spirit, The Tempest
Generals in the kings army, Macbeth
...
Antonio
Wrongful duke of Milan, the Tempest
Ariel
Prospero's servant, spirit, The Tempest
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Literature test (Shakespeare and Renaissance)
In what times was the Rennaisance?
With the fall of _____ the middle ages…
What was lost during the dark ages?
Who made the advances of science, art,…
-1300s to 1600s... -Middle Ages to Modern Ages... -14th to 17th cen…
Roman Empire
the advances of science, the arts, and government
Romans and Greek
In what times was the Rennaisance?
-1300s to 1600s... -Middle Ages to Modern Ages... -14th to 17th cen…
With the fall of _____ the middle ages…
Roman Empire
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Quiz: Shakespeare and Elizabethan Literature
What county was Shakespeare born in?
What time period did Shakespeare write…
When is Shakespeare's birthday traditi…
Who did Shakespeare marry?
Warwickshire
16th and 17th Century
April 23rd
Anne Hathaway
What county was Shakespeare born in?
Warwickshire
What time period did Shakespeare write…
16th and 17th Century
19 terms
SHAKESPEARE VOCABULARY: AP LITERATURE
hither
thither
whither
wherefore
here
there
where
why
hither
here
thither
there
12 terms
Literature: Introduction to Shakespeare Terms
iamb
penta
iambic pentameter
blank verse
an unaccented syllable followed by an accented one
"five," and "meter" refers to a regular rhythmic pattern
a kind of rhythmic pattern that consist of five unaccented sy…
spoken by nobles
iamb
an unaccented syllable followed by an accented one
penta
"five," and "meter" refers to a regular rhythmic pattern
20 terms
Shakespeare Literature Terms
Drama
Tragedy
Prologue
Sonnet
a story written to be acted for an audience
a play, novel, or other narrative that depicts serious and im…
a short introduction at the beginning of a play that gives a…
fourteen-line lyric poem that is usually written in iambic pe…
Drama
a story written to be acted for an audience
Tragedy
a play, novel, or other narrative that depicts serious and im…
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Shakespeare Literature Vocab
Appease
Graft
Avarice
Concord
To please, soothe, calm, reconcile
Insert, fuse, transplant
Greed, especially for money
Unity, harmony, togetherness
Appease
To please, soothe, calm, reconcile
Graft
Insert, fuse, transplant
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Shakespeare Literature Part 2
Twelfth Night
Twelfth Night
Twelfth Night
Twelfth Night
Viola
Malvolio
Olivia
Duke Orsino
Twelfth Night
Viola
Twelfth Night
Malvolio
72 terms
Shakespeare Literature Part 1
Hamlet
Hamlet
Hamlet
Hamlet
Ophelia
Claudius
Polonius
Laertes
Hamlet
Ophelia
Hamlet
Claudius
58 terms
Literature Study Guide (Shakespeare Stealer)
A close friend to Widge and Sander
Protagonist
Maid and cook for Mr. Pop
Mother of the orphanage
Julian
Widge
Goody Willingson
Mistress MacGregor
A close friend to Widge and Sander
Julian
Protagonist
Widge
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Shakespeare Literature terms
Oxymoron
Allusion
Pun
Imagery
Figure of speech< contradictory
Reference to a statement, person,ect
Play on the multiple meanings of a word
language that appeals to the senses
Oxymoron
Figure of speech< contradictory
Allusion
Reference to a statement, person,ect
Shakespeare Literature Terms
Prologue
Shakespearean Sonnet
Iambic Pentameter
Oxymoron
Information about the story before the story begins.
a sonnet has 14 fourteen lines and is written in iambic penta…
Iambic pentameter refers to a certain kind of line of poetry,…
figure of speech in which two opposite ideas are joined to cr…
Prologue
Information about the story before the story begins.
Shakespearean Sonnet
a sonnet has 14 fourteen lines and is written in iambic penta…
34 terms
British Literature: Shakespeare
Where was Shakespeare born?
When was Shakespeare born?
His parents?
Occupation of John Shakespeare?
Stratford-upon-Avon, England
April 23, 1564
John Shakespeare and Mary Arden
glove maker, shoe maker, high bailiff, mayor
Where was Shakespeare born?
Stratford-upon-Avon, England
When was Shakespeare born?
April 23, 1564
16 terms
Shakespeare Literature Terms
pun
alliteration
oxymoron
allusion
A play on words based on the similarity between two words.
The repetition of identical consonant or vowel sounds
A self-contradictory combination of words.
A brief reference to a historical or literary figure, event,…
pun
A play on words based on the similarity between two words.
alliteration
The repetition of identical consonant or vowel sounds
9 terms
Literature Shakespeare Terms
round characters
flat characters
static characters
dynamic characters
characters who have many personality traits, like real people
one-dimensional, embodying only a single trait
characters within a story who remain the same. they do not ch…
characters that change somehow during the course of the plot.…
round characters
characters who have many personality traits, like real people
flat characters
one-dimensional, embodying only a single trait
9 terms
Shakespeare Literature Terms
Aside
Tragic flaw
Soliloquy
Comic relief
remark by a character that is meant to be heard by the audien…
a weakness of character that brings about a tragic hero's dow…
a character speaks his thoughts aloud when no one else is on…
a humorous scene or episode that is meant to be offset a more…
Aside
remark by a character that is meant to be heard by the audien…
Tragic flaw
a weakness of character that brings about a tragic hero's dow…
20 terms
Shakespeare literature vocab
double entendre
malapropism
allusion
motif
a word or phrase that can be interpreted in more than one way
the mistaken use of a word in a place of a similar-sounding o…
a reference to another work of art with which the author expe…
a recurring idea or image that donates a work
double entendre
a word or phrase that can be interpreted in more than one way
malapropism
the mistaken use of a word in a place of a similar-sounding o…
12 terms
NAQT Literature - Shakespeare
Much Ado About Nothing
The Merry Wives of Windsor
Hamlet
Macbeth
Comedy... They try to matchmake. Benedick and Beatrice, Leonato'…
Comedy... Contemporary Elizabethan setting, c 1600... Falstaff trie…
Tragedy... Prince of Denmark.... Ghost father requests revenge on u…
Tragedy... King of Scotland... Title character kills real king Dunc…
Much Ado About Nothing
Comedy... They try to matchmake. Benedick and Beatrice, Leonato'…
The Merry Wives of Windsor
Comedy... Contemporary Elizabethan setting, c 1600... Falstaff trie…
44 terms
Literature: William Shakespeare
Begabung
Dramatiker, Stückeschreiber
Dramatiker
Theaterstück
talent
playwright
dramatist
play
Begabung
talent
Dramatiker, Stückeschreiber
playwright
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Literature words for Shakespeare
Impressional
Modesty
Prospects
Brazen
Easily influenced
Being humble
The possibility of future events
Bold and without shame
Impressional
Easily influenced
Modesty
Being humble
34 terms
Elements of Dramatic Literature & Shakespeare
What are the four types of Drama?
What are the elements of Drama?
What are the elements of a script?
Monolouge
Comedy, Tradagy, Satire, Farce
Literary, Technical, Performance
Title, Play Wright, Cast Lists, Acts, Prologue, Stage, Charac…
Spoken to others
What are the four types of Drama?
Comedy, Tradagy, Satire, Farce
What are the elements of Drama?
Literary, Technical, Performance
10 terms
Literature terms for Shakespeare
Dialogue
Stage directions
Prologue
Chorus
Conversation between characters
Notes in the play that describe how the action should be perf…
And opening speech that introduces the plays main characters,…
A figure or group of figures who comment on a plays action
Dialogue
Conversation between characters
Stage directions
Notes in the play that describe how the action should be perf…
19 terms
Shakespeare Literature Vocab - Karnes
Iambic pentameter
Juxtaposition
Extended metaphor
Chiasmus
5 pairs of alternating unstressed and stressed syllables
Two or more things are placed side by side in a work of liter…
A comparison between two unlike things that continues through…
Repetition of ideas in inverted order.... Ex) fair is foul, and…
Iambic pentameter
5 pairs of alternating unstressed and stressed syllables
Juxtaposition
Two or more things are placed side by side in a work of liter…
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