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Lit literature 2
Denotations
Dialect
Dialogue
Diction
The dictionary definitions of a word that do not have any emo…
Manner of speaking that is characteristic of a group of peopl…
Conversation between characters in a story or poem
A writers or speakers choice of words
Denotations
The dictionary definitions of a word that do not have any emo…
Dialect
Manner of speaking that is characteristic of a group of peopl…
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AP Literature Lit Terms #2
Anastrophe
Antithesis
Conflict
External conflict
When the arrangement of noun and adjective are exaggerated.... "…
Two sentences of contrasting meaning placed in close proximit…
A resistance the protagonist finds in achieving his dreams or…
An outside force preventing the protagonist from achieving hi…
Anastrophe
When the arrangement of noun and adjective are exaggerated.... "…
Antithesis
Two sentences of contrasting meaning placed in close proximit…
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AP Literature Lit. Terms #2
Antithesis
Antihero
Anthropomorphism
Aphorism
Balancing words, phrases, or ideas that are strongly contrast…
Central character who lacks all the qualities traditionally a…
attributing human characteristics to an animal or inanimate... o…
brief, cleverly worded statement that makes a wise observatio…
Antithesis
Balancing words, phrases, or ideas that are strongly contrast…
Antihero
Central character who lacks all the qualities traditionally a…
American Literature Lit Terms 2
Give an example of a protagonist from…
Give an example of an antagonist from…
Describe the differences between flat…
Give another name for flat minor chara…
Katniss Everdeen
President Snow- does not have to be a character
flat does not have a lot of traits and round has a lot of tra…
stock character
Give an example of a protagonist from…
Katniss Everdeen
Give an example of an antagonist from…
President Snow- does not have to be a character
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World Literature General Lit. Terms
Theme
Symbol
Imagery
Verbal Irony
central idea or message
something that is itself and something else.
Language that affects the five senses.
Saying one thing and meaning another. (Sarcasm)
Theme
central idea or message
Symbol
something that is itself and something else.
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Handbook to Literature Lit Terms
Accismus
Acmeism
Adonic Verse
Aesthetic Distance
a pretended refusal that is sincere or hypocritical
the name of a poetic movement founded in Russia in 1912 on th…
The measure that consists of a Dactyl and a Spondee (stress u…
A term used to describe the effect produced when an emotion o…
Accismus
a pretended refusal that is sincere or hypocritical
Acmeism
the name of a poetic movement founded in Russia in 1912 on th…
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Handbook to Literature Lit Terms
Accismus
Acmeism
Adonic Verse
Aesthetic Distance
a pretended refusal that is sincere or hypocritical
the name of a poetic movement founded in Russia in 1912 on th…
The measure that consists of a Dactyl and a Spondee (stress u…
A term used to describe the effect produced when an emotion o…
Accismus
a pretended refusal that is sincere or hypocritical
Acmeism
the name of a poetic movement founded in Russia in 1912 on th…
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British Lit: Anglo Saxon Literature
elegy
kenning
alliteration
caesura
a sad poem or song : a poem or song that expresses sorrow for…
A device employed in Anglo-Saxon poetry in which the name of…
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
A natural pause or break in a line of poetry, usually near th…
elegy
a sad poem or song : a poem or song that expresses sorrow for…
kenning
A device employed in Anglo-Saxon poetry in which the name of…
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AP Literature Vocabulary: Unit 2 (+ Lit Terms)
aegis
apprise
bibulous
claque
(n.) protection; patronage; sponsorship
(v.) to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
(adj.) fond of or inclined to drink; absorbent
(n.) group of people hired to applaud a performer or performa…
aegis
(n.) protection; patronage; sponsorship
apprise
(v.) to inform of; to make aware of by giving oral or written…
Drug Lit - Tertiary Literature
Gold Standard... General Drug Information
Gold Standard... Adverse Drug Reactions/…
Gold Standard... Bioequivalence Reference
Gold Standard... Compounding
AHFS Drug Handbook
Meyler's Side Effects of Drugs
Orange Book
Remington: The Science and Practice of Pharmacy
Gold Standard... General Drug Information
AHFS Drug Handbook
Gold Standard... Adverse Drug Reactions/…
Meyler's Side Effects of Drugs
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Intro to Literature: Lit Terms 2.0
agon
Allegory
Allusion
Antagonist
the defining dramatic conflict in a text; the conflict on whi…
story in which characters represent things or abstract ideas…
a reference to a familiar literary or historical person or ev…
a character or a nonhuman force that opposes or is in conflic…
agon
the defining dramatic conflict in a text; the conflict on whi…
Allegory
story in which characters represent things or abstract ideas…
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World Literature 2 Lit terms TL
symbolism
tone
IMAGERY
HYPERBOLE
the use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities
compound of composition, which shows the attitudes toward the…
literary term used for language and description that appeals…
derived from a Greek word meaning "over-casting" is a figure…
symbolism
the use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities
tone
compound of composition, which shows the attitudes toward the…
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AP Lit and Comp 2 Literature Words
Diction
Genre
Irony
Juxtaposition
the choice and use of words and phrases in speech or writing
a category of artistic composition, as in music or literature…
the expression of one's meaning by using language that normal…
the fact of two things being seen or placed close together wi…
Diction
the choice and use of words and phrases in speech or writing
Genre
a category of artistic composition, as in music or literature…
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Lit literature
Alliteration
Allusion
Anachronism
Aside
The repetition of initial consonant sounds in a set of words…
A reference to an outside work of art, literature, history, r…
The presence of something that does not belong in a settings…
In a play/drama, words spoken by a character directly to the…
Alliteration
The repetition of initial consonant sounds in a set of words…
Allusion
A reference to an outside work of art, literature, history, r…
Lit Terms 2 AP literature and comp.
Ballad
Ballad stanza
Pathos
Bathos
A narrative poem that is, or originally was, meant to be sung
A common form consisting (a stanza of four lines) that altern…
When the writing of a scene evokes feelings of dignified pity…
When writing a strains for granduer it can't support and trie…
Ballad
A narrative poem that is, or originally was, meant to be sung
Ballad stanza
A common form consisting (a stanza of four lines) that altern…
IB Literature Lit Terms
allusion
antithesis
aphorism
apostrophe
figure of speech which makes brief reference to an historical…
a contrast or opposition of thoughts, usually in two phrases,…
a terse statement of known authorship which expresses a gener…
addressing someone or something not present as though present…
allusion
figure of speech which makes brief reference to an historical…
antithesis
a contrast or opposition of thoughts, usually in two phrases,…
Lit terms for Literature Q2 test
Narrator (point of view) ... -first Perso…
Memoir
Editorial Comments
Voice
The person or thing telling the story
An account of the characters own memories
When the author puts in her own person thoughts or opinions
Narrator; who is telling the story
Narrator (point of view) ... -first Perso…
The person or thing telling the story
Memoir
An account of the characters own memories
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LIT- World Literature
Voltaire
Candide
Voltaire
Candide
"cultivate one's garden"
Doctor Pangloss
Candide
"All is for the best in this best of possible worlds"
Voltaire
"cultivate one's garden"
Candide
Doctor Pangloss
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GRE literature (World lit)
The Iliad, 8th c BC
The Odyssey, 8th c BC
Antigone, 441 BC
The Republic, 380 BC
- Homer... - 10th year of Greek & Trojan war, Chryses priest of…
- Homer
- Sophocles
- Plato
The Iliad, 8th c BC
- Homer... - 10th year of Greek & Trojan war, Chryses priest of…
The Odyssey, 8th c BC
- Homer
Literature Terms--Lit Crit
ACTION
ALLEGORY
ALLITERATION
ANALOGY
The bare events in a story. Action should not be confused wit…
An extended story which carries a deeper meaning below the su…
A literary device which creates interest by the recurrence of…
A comparison between two things, or pairs of things, to revea…
ACTION
The bare events in a story. Action should not be confused wit…
ALLEGORY
An extended story which carries a deeper meaning below the su…
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7th Literature: Exam--Lit Terms
genre
prose
poetry
fiction
a type or category of artistic composition (literature, art,…
literature that is written in a style closely corresponding t…
writing that is highly structured and uses condensed, vivid l…
prose works of literature that are partly or totally imaginar…
genre
a type or category of artistic composition (literature, art,…
prose
literature that is written in a style closely corresponding t…
British Literature Vocab: Arthurian Lit: Part 2
Tryst
Tryst
Recreant
Recreant
Meeting
Spider Man has trysts with Mary Jane every time he has to sav…
cowardly
Recreant Robin ran from the Riddler.
Tryst
Meeting
Tryst
Spider Man has trysts with Mary Jane every time he has to sav…
37 terms
AP Literature + Composition // Lit Terms pt 2
Hypothetical Question
Idiom
Imagery
Invective
A question that raises a hypothesis, conjecture or supposition
An expression in a given language that cannot be understood f…
The use of figurative language to represent objects, actions…
An intensely vehement, highly emotional verbal attack
Hypothetical Question
A question that raises a hypothesis, conjecture or supposition
Idiom
An expression in a given language that cannot be understood f…
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AP Lit Gloss Literature Notecards Set 2
bombast
bon mot
burlesque
cacophony
a speech or writing that is meant to sound important or impre…
a clever and fitting remark
A literary manner that was applied to a common place or comic…
language that is difficult to pronounce
bombast
a speech or writing that is meant to sound important or impre…
bon mot
a clever and fitting remark
Drug Lit - Primary Literature
Anatomy of Primary Journal... Title
Anatomy of Primary Journal... Abstract
Anatomy of Primary Journal... Introduction
Anatomy of Primary Journal... Methodology
♣ First indication of reader interest... ♣ Descriptive?
♣ 2nd (most important?) in reader interest... ♣ Unstructured (On…
♣ Background... ♣ Purpose... ♣ Goals and Objectives... ♣ LAST PARAGRAP…
(IF THE METHODS ARE REASONABLE, THEN THE CONCLUSIONS CAN BE T…
Anatomy of Primary Journal... Title
♣ First indication of reader interest... ♣ Descriptive?
Anatomy of Primary Journal... Abstract
♣ 2nd (most important?) in reader interest... ♣ Unstructured (On…
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Lit - NAQT Literature and Characters
(William) Shakespeare
(William) Shakespeare
(William) Shakespeare
Homer
Hamlet
The Tempest
Macbeth
Iliad
(William) Shakespeare
Hamlet
(William) Shakespeare
The Tempest
49 terms
LA-Early Lit: Persian Literature
City of Brass
(The) Arabian Nights (or, One Thousand…
(King) Shahrayar
Scheherazade
In one story from "The Arabian Nights," a crew of explorers,…
In this work King Shahrayar, after discovering that his wife…
King who marries a new woman each day and kills her the next…
Woman who tells the many stories in "The Arabian Nights" to K…
City of Brass
In one story from "The Arabian Nights," a crew of explorers,…
(The) Arabian Nights (or, One Thousand…
In this work King Shahrayar, after discovering that his wife…
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AP Literature Unit 4 Modern Lit (Semester 2)
romanticism
imagism
symbolism
masculine rhyme
believed in the power of imagination and creativity
insisted that hard, clear, and precise images best represente…
believed that ideas were more truthful than facts; rejected t…
rhyme restricted to a single stressed syllable
romanticism
believed in the power of imagination and creativity
imagism
insisted that hard, clear, and precise images best represente…
Drug Lit - Secondary Literature
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Literature lit terms
Allusion
Conflict
Flashback
Personification
A reference in a work of literature to a person, place, or th…
A struggle between opposing forces or characters.
Events of the past in the midst of a story in the present.
A type of figurative language in which a nonhuman subject is…
Allusion
A reference in a work of literature to a person, place, or th…
Conflict
A struggle between opposing forces or characters.
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Children's Lit Quiz 2 (Traditional Literature)
Characteristics of Traditional Literat…
Definition of Traditional Literature
Prose Narratives
Folktales
-no identifiable author... -conventional introductions and concl…
Anonymous stories, wise sayings & rhymes coming from the oral…
-Folk Tales... -Myths... -Fairy Tales... -Fables... -Legends
-short stories reflect oral telling traditions of various cul…
Characteristics of Traditional Literat…
-no identifiable author... -conventional introductions and concl…
Definition of Traditional Literature
Anonymous stories, wise sayings & rhymes coming from the oral…
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American Lit Unit 2 - Literature and History
Literature and History
Experience and Literature work
Enlightenment: The people living durin…
The Romantics
are connected to one another -- (Art and music as well)
What is experienced during one's lifetime will affect what is…
believed in science and reason above everything
1)were sick or being so reasonable and focused on imagination…
Literature and History
are connected to one another -- (Art and music as well)
Experience and Literature work
What is experienced during one's lifetime will affect what is…
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Lit Unit 2 Terms/Authors and literature
Patrick Henry
Benjamin Franklin
Speech
Diction
Speech in the Virginia Convention
Speech in Convention, The Autobiography, Poor Richard's Almanac
Literature intended to be spoken
Word choice,arrangement, and use
Patrick Henry
Speech in the Virginia Convention
Benjamin Franklin
Speech in Convention, The Autobiography, Poor Richard's Almanac
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AP Literature Lit Terms
Ambiguity
Anaphora
Assonance
Asyndentation
word, phrase, statement that has multiple meanings
repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive…
vowel sound in a non- rhyming word
absence of a conjunction between parts of a sentence
Ambiguity
word, phrase, statement that has multiple meanings
Anaphora
repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive…
97 terms
Literature Periods for Lit. Crit.
Years of the Old English Period
Years of the Middle English Period
Years of the Renaissance
Years of the Elizabethan Age
450-1066
1066-1500
1500-1660
1558-1603
Years of the Old English Period
450-1066
Years of the Middle English Period
1066-1500
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Lit Terms: Roles in Literature
Symbol
Protagonist
Antagonist
Flashback
is a person, place, or object that stands for something else.…
is the main character in a piece of fiction
is that which provides the conflict
is when a present time narrative is interrupted to go back to…
Symbol
is a person, place, or object that stands for something else.…
Protagonist
is the main character in a piece of fiction
25 terms
Literature 8H Lit Terms
Plot
Conflict
Internal conflict
External conflict
The series of events in a story, that typically include the f…
A struggle between opposing forces, which could be external o…
Is a struggle that takes place within a character's own mind,…
Involves a struggle between a character and an outside force,…
Plot
The series of events in a story, that typically include the f…
Conflict
A struggle between opposing forces, which could be external o…
AP Lit British Literature
sonnet
quatrain
open formed poetry
closed form poetry
14 lines and is one of the most popular and durable closed po…
*four line stanza ... *most common and adaptable stanzaic buildi…
*eliminates the restrictions of the closed form... *each poem is…
*lines contain specific numbers of syllables measured out acc…
sonnet
14 lines and is one of the most popular and durable closed po…
quatrain
*four line stanza ... *most common and adaptable stanzaic buildi…
AP Literature Lit Terms
allusion
analogy
anti hero
apostrophe
An implied or indirect reference to a person, event, or thing…
Relationship based on parallels or connections between ideas
Character that has characteristics opposite of a hero; clumsy…
Arrangement of words addressing a non-existent person of abst…
allusion
An implied or indirect reference to a person, event, or thing…
analogy
Relationship based on parallels or connections between ideas
Lit sat literature
Ambiguous
Animated
Atrophy
Benign
Abstract;multiple interpretations
Lively;filled with life
The wasting away;diminish
Not cancerous;mildness; ... Gentleness
Ambiguous
Abstract;multiple interpretations
Animated
Lively;filled with life
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Foundations of Literature- Lit Terms
genre
plot (the story line)
plot diagram
exposition
A type of literature form- short story, poetry, novel, drama,…
the sequence of events in the story
1. exposition 2. narrative hook 3. rising action 4. climax 5.…
the point where the characters and the setting are introduced
genre
A type of literature form- short story, poetry, novel, drama,…
plot (the story line)
the sequence of events in the story
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AP Literature - Lit Glossary
metaphor
simile
symbol
personification
comparison between two dissimilar objects or things
comparison between two dissimilar objects or things using lik…
when one thing represents something else
giving inanimate objects human characteristics
metaphor
comparison between two dissimilar objects or things
simile
comparison between two dissimilar objects or things using lik…
AM LIT Puritan Literature
religion
persecuted for their beliefs
Holland
1620
What was the dominating force in the puritans lives?
Why did the Puritans leave England?
Where did the Puritans go in 1611?
When did the Puritans arrive in America?
religion
What was the dominating force in the puritans lives?
persecuted for their beliefs
Why did the Puritans leave England?
44 terms
LIT 101 - World Literature
Litera
What is literature
Types of creative expression
Contains Idealogy
Greek word for the ability to read and write
- expressed in written and oral form... - the conceptualization…
- fiction... - imagination... - appeals to human senses... - seeing th…
Literature is Powerful
Litera
Greek word for the ability to read and write
What is literature
- expressed in written and oral form... - the conceptualization…
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AP LIT literature terms
allegory
allusion
alliteration
anaphora
a figure of speech in which abstract ideas and principles are…
reference to something else. Generally, when we consider some…
when words begin with the same sounds. Ex. "The west wind wen…
repetition of the same word or group of words at the beginnin…
allegory
a figure of speech in which abstract ideas and principles are…
allusion
reference to something else. Generally, when we consider some…
76 terms
AP Literature Lit Terms
allusion
attitude
details (choice of details)
devices of sound
a reference in a work of literature to something outside of t…
the disposition toward or opinion of a subject by a speaker,…
the individual items or parts that make up a larger picture o…
the techniques of deploying the sound of words, especially in…
allusion
a reference in a work of literature to something outside of t…
attitude
the disposition toward or opinion of a subject by a speaker,…
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Exam 2 Lit Terms: British Literature
Tone
Satire
Verbal Irony
Slave Narrative
attitude towards the subject matter
A literary genre or mode that uses irony, wit, and sometimes…
A discrepancy between what a speaker writes or says and what…
Narrative written by a slave that records his or her life as…
Tone
attitude towards the subject matter
Satire
A literary genre or mode that uses irony, wit, and sometimes…
117 terms
AP Literature Lit Terms
accent
allegory
alliteration
allusion
the stress on a certain syllable
Describes a story that contains a double meaning
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of at lea…
A reference within a work to a person, place, event, or anoth…
accent
the stress on a certain syllable
allegory
Describes a story that contains a double meaning
English Literature: Lit. Devices
Pronouns (We, I and you)
Polysyndeton/Asyndeton
Triads
! or ?
- We: together, group, communal (possibly the author with the…
Chaos, overwhelming profusion, lots of things happening, bore…
Persuasive, lots of things
shock, anger, outrage, uncertainty, persuasion
Pronouns (We, I and you)
- We: together, group, communal (possibly the author with the…
Polysyndeton/Asyndeton
Chaos, overwhelming profusion, lots of things happening, bore…
25 terms
Drug Lit - Secondary Literature
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Secondary Literature... What does it do?
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