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Poetry Terms (English 10)
dramatic poetry
metaphor
speaker
lyric poetry
tells a story using a character's own thoughts or spoken stat…
makes direct comparisons by stating that one thing is another
an imaginary voice created by the poet
expresses the feelings of a single speaker focused on a singu…
dramatic poetry
tells a story using a character's own thoughts or spoken stat…
metaphor
makes direct comparisons by stating that one thing is another
11 terms
English Quarter 3 Poetry Terms
Alliteration
Assonance
Consonance
Meter
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
Repetition of Vowel Sounds
Repetition of final consonant sounds
Rhythmical pattern determined in number of beats and stressed…
Alliteration
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
Assonance
Repetition of Vowel Sounds
9 terms
English 10 - Poetry Terms 3
oxymoron
paradox°
understatement
blank verse
two opposite words
a phrase that seems self-contradictory but in reality express…
a sentence that says less than what is meant; the opposite of…
poetry written in unrhymed iambic pentameter
oxymoron
two opposite words
paradox°
a phrase that seems self-contradictory but in reality express…
15 terms
English 10 Poetry Definitions
Alliteration
Allusion
Anaphora
Assonance
The repetition of initial speech sounds, typically (but not a…
An expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
The deliberate repetition of a word or phrase at the beginnin…
The repetition of identical or similar vowel sounds
Alliteration
The repetition of initial speech sounds, typically (but not a…
Allusion
An expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
17 terms
Quarter 1 English Test POETRY
Barbie Doll
Those Winter Sundays
The Good-Morrow
The Chimney Sweepe
Marge Piercy
Robert Hayden
John Donne
William Blake
Barbie Doll
Marge Piercy
Those Winter Sundays
Robert Hayden
24 terms
English 10 Poetry Terms
Ballad
Concrete Poem
Epic Poem
Epitaph
A long poem, often set to music
A very, very long poem that tells a story, a narrative poem t…
Ballad
A long poem, often set to music
Concrete Poem
15 terms
English 10 2nd Quarter Vocabulary
Presumptuous
Carouse
Brazen
Consternation
(adj) assuming too much; excessively forward
(v) to engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking.
(adj) bold and without shame
(n) feelings of anxiety or dismay, typically at something une…
Presumptuous
(adj) assuming too much; excessively forward
Carouse
(v) to engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking.
15 terms
English 10 4th Quarter Vocabulary
flagrant
adept
surreptitious
grimace
adj, deliberately shocking or noticeable
adj, very skilled
adj, stealthy; done without notice
n, a facial expression of fear, disapproval, or pain
flagrant
adj, deliberately shocking or noticeable
adept
adj, very skilled
10 terms
English 10 - Poetry Terms 1
(poet)
speaker
stanza
ballad
person who writes poems
person telling us the poem; NOT the poet, but an imaginary pe…
a group of lines in a poem
a simple narrative poem (=a poem that tells a story). Usually…
(poet)
person who writes poems
speaker
person telling us the poem; NOT the poet, but an imaginary pe…
20 terms
Poetry - English 10 B
anaphora
enjambment
vers libre
asyndeton
repetition of a word at the start of a verse, line, or clause
continuing a sentence after a line of poetry
free verse; unrhymed/unmetered poetry
repetition of ideas separated by commas only--no conjunctions…
anaphora
repetition of a word at the start of a verse, line, or clause
enjambment
continuing a sentence after a line of poetry
40 terms
English 10 Poetry Terms
alliteration
assonance
consonance
onomatopoeia
repetition of the intial consonant sound
repetition of the vowel sound
repetition of the consonant sound on a stressed syllable
words that imitate sounds
alliteration
repetition of the intial consonant sound
assonance
repetition of the vowel sound
18 terms
English 10 Poetry Terms
alliteration
hyperbole
metaphor
simile
repetition of the first letter of words in a sentence
extremely exaggerated statements that cannot be taken literally
A comparison without using like or as
A comparison of two unlike things using like or as
alliteration
repetition of the first letter of words in a sentence
hyperbole
extremely exaggerated statements that cannot be taken literally
20 terms
English 10 1st Quarter
Sycophant
Pernicious
Ubiquitous
Non sequitur
Someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
Intending to cause harm.
Appearing everywhere.
A statement that does not logically follow a conversation's f…
Sycophant
Someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
Pernicious
Intending to cause harm.
15 terms
English 10 4th Quarter Vocabulary
flagrant
adept
surreptitious
grimace
adj, deliberately shocking or noticeable
adj, very skilled
adj, stealthy; done without notice
n, a facial expression of fear, disapproval, or pain
flagrant
adj, deliberately shocking or noticeable
adept
adj, very skilled
23 terms
Poetry English 10
Alliteration
Assonance
Consonance
Conceit
repetition of initial consonant sounds.
repetition of internal vowel sound that begin with different…
the repetition of ending consonant sounds (pitter, patter).
an extended metaphor
Alliteration
repetition of initial consonant sounds.
Assonance
repetition of internal vowel sound that begin with different…
12 terms
English 10 - Poetry Terms 1
(poet)
speaker
stanza
ballad
person who writes poems
person telling us the poem; NOT the poet, but an imaginary pe…
a group of lines in a poem
a simple narrative poem (=a poem that tells a story). Usually…
(poet)
person who writes poems
speaker
person telling us the poem; NOT the poet, but an imaginary pe…
Poetry Notes English 10
STRUCTURE
STANZA
METER
FEET
Overall organization/pattern in a poem
Series of lines that are grouped together. ex: couplet (2), q…
The rhythmic pattern established by stresses or beat
One unit of the pattern of meter within a line
STRUCTURE
Overall organization/pattern in a poem
STANZA
Series of lines that are grouped together. ex: couplet (2), q…
44 terms
WHS English 10 Poetry Terms
Rhyme
Metaphor
Symbol
Conflict
A matching similarity of sounds in two or more words, especia…
A comparison of two unlike things
A word, place, character, or object that means something beyo…
A struggle between opposing forces
Rhyme
A matching similarity of sounds in two or more words, especia…
Metaphor
A comparison of two unlike things
29 terms
Poetry Exam- English 10
Alliteration
assonance
consonance
connotation
the repetition of consonant sounds especially at the beginnin…
the repetition of similar vowel sounds in a line of poetry or…
the repetition of consonant sounds ex. add & read, mill & bal…
the emotional associations called up by a word that goes beyo…
Alliteration
the repetition of consonant sounds especially at the beginnin…
assonance
the repetition of similar vowel sounds in a line of poetry or…
22 terms
English 10 quarter 1
Resignation
Revelation
Reproof
Desecrate
1. Acceptance of something inevitable ... 2. Formal statement of…
1. Disclosure; act of something revealed ... 2. Something revealed
An expression of censure or rebuke
To violate something sacred
Resignation
1. Acceptance of something inevitable ... 2. Formal statement of…
Revelation
1. Disclosure; act of something revealed ... 2. Something revealed
15 terms
English 10 2nd Quarter Vocabulary
evade
laconic
prattle
homage
v, to use cleverness or deceit to escape or avoid
adj, concise, using few words
v, to talk in a foolish or simple-minded way (childish)
n, a show of respect or reverence; a vow of allegiance
evade
v, to use cleverness or deceit to escape or avoid
laconic
adj, concise, using few words
15 terms
English 10 2nd Quarter
Noxious
Bilk
Replete
Blasphemy
very harmful
to cheat someone out of money
well supplied with something
profane talk about holy or sacred things
Noxious
very harmful
Bilk
to cheat someone out of money
25 terms
Poetry V, English 10
deep in the sea
eating the seaworms
The speaker is sailing through them.
"the yellow half-moon large and low"
In "The Kraken," where can the Kraken be found?
In "The Kraken," when the Kraken is "Battening upon huge seaw…
In "Meeting at Night," why are the waves "startled"?
Which phrase from "Meeting at Night" contains alliteration?
deep in the sea
In "The Kraken," where can the Kraken be found?
eating the seaworms
In "The Kraken," when the Kraken is "Battening upon huge seaw…
24 terms
Poetry III, English 10
"Am I a spy in the land of the living…
sunlight
The rock breaks
Humans
Which of these lines from "Conscientious Objector" is the bes…
In the central metaphor of "Tell all the Truth but tell it sl…
In "Pride," what happens when the seal rubs against the rocks?
In "Pride," what are the rocks a metaphor for?
"Am I a spy in the land of the living…
Which of these lines from "Conscientious Objector" is the bes…
sunlight
In the central metaphor of "Tell all the Truth but tell it sl…
38 terms
English 3 3rd Quarter Review - Poetry & Novels
blank verse
iambic pentameter
iamb
enjambment
unrhymed poetry written in iambic pentameter
each line has five iambic feet
a pattern or "foot" consisting of one unstressed syllable fol…
one line ends without a pause and continues into the next lin…
blank verse
unrhymed poetry written in iambic pentameter
iambic pentameter
each line has five iambic feet
27 terms
Poetry IV, English 10
playing sadly with feeling
loneliness
listening to a blues song
"that poor piano"
What is the pianist in "The Weary Blues" doing when he makes…
What are the blues that the pianist sings about in "The Weary…
What is the speaker doing in "The Weary Blues"?
Which of these phrases from "The Weary Blues" shows an exampl…
playing sadly with feeling
What is the pianist in "The Weary Blues" doing when he makes…
loneliness
What are the blues that the pianist sings about in "The Weary…
15 terms
English 10 Literary Terms (Poetry)
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Tone
Comparing two dissimilar things using like, as, resembles, than
Comparing two dissimilar things NOT using like, as, etc.
Giving inanimate objects human characteristics
Author's attitude toward his or her subject
Simile
Comparing two dissimilar things using like, as, resembles, than
Metaphor
Comparing two dissimilar things NOT using like, as, etc.
33 terms
Poetry Vocabulary for English 10
persona/speaker
figurative language
metaphor
simile
the voice speaking in the poem
language used in a non-literal way to express a suitable rela…
an implied comparison between two unlike objects, not using l…
a comparison between two unlike objects using like or as
persona/speaker
the voice speaking in the poem
figurative language
language used in a non-literal way to express a suitable rela…
29 terms
Poetry English 10
Imagery
Diction
Point of View
First Person
The description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, sme…
A writer's or speaker's choice of words.
The perspective from which a story is told.
"I" and "Me" standpoint. Personal perspective.
Imagery
The description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, sme…
Diction
A writer's or speaker's choice of words.
25 terms
Sakiyama English 10 poetry
alliteration
allusion
ballad
blank verse
the repetition of sounds in nearby words, usually involving t…
a reference to a famous literary, mythological, Biblical, or…
a narrative poem, usually containing much repetition and ofte…
a form of verse which is written in iambic pentameter and is…
alliteration
the repetition of sounds in nearby words, usually involving t…
allusion
a reference to a famous literary, mythological, Biblical, or…
33 terms
Poetry 2, English 10
her child's independence
In "Fear," the speaker says, "I don't…
She sees that the mother's fears sprin…
because beans are simple
In "Fear," what does the speaker fear?
She knows that princesses are not truly free.
A poem's words and details give clues about the author's atti…
In "The Bean Eaters," why does Brooks choose beans as the cou…
her child's independence
In "Fear," what does the speaker fear?
In "Fear," the speaker says, "I don't…
She knows that princesses are not truly free.
17 terms
English 10: Poetry Terms
stanza
meter
imagery
diction
group of lines forming the basic recurring metrical unit in a…
basic rhythm structure of a verse or lines in a verse
visually descriptive/figurative language
choice and use of words and phrases in speech/writing
stanza
group of lines forming the basic recurring metrical unit in a…
meter
basic rhythm structure of a verse or lines in a verse
29 terms
English 10 - Poetry Terms
Stanza
Couplet
Tercet
Quatrain
A grouping of lines separated from others in a poem. In moder…
A pair of successive rhyming lines, usually of the same length.
A poetic unit of three lines, rhymed or unrhymed
A four-line stanza, rhyming
Stanza
A grouping of lines separated from others in a poem. In moder…
Couplet
A pair of successive rhyming lines, usually of the same length.
22 terms
English 10 (poetry terms)
Allusion
Hyperbole
Imagery
Metaphor
a reference to a famous literary, mythological, biblical or h…
Deliberate exaggeration associated with a word in addition to…
The mental impression or visualized likeness summoned up by a…
A comparison between to unlike things
Allusion
a reference to a famous literary, mythological, biblical or h…
Hyperbole
Deliberate exaggeration associated with a word in addition to…
23 terms
A10 english poetry
Personfication
Rhyme Scheme
meter
stanza
Giving human like qualities to an object that is not human.
Regular pattern of rhyme in a pattern. The Raven:A,B,C,B,B,B
Specific rhythmic structure in a line or set of lines in poet…
Related lines grouped together in a poem(similar to a paragra…
Personfication
Giving human like qualities to an object that is not human.
Rhyme Scheme
Regular pattern of rhyme in a pattern. The Raven:A,B,C,B,B,B
30 terms
English 10 - Poetry Terms
Alliteration
Assonance
Consonance
Connotation
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
The repetition of similar vowel sounds in a line of poetry or…
The repetition of consonant sounds
The emotional associations called up by a word that goes beyo…
Alliteration
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
Assonance
The repetition of similar vowel sounds in a line of poetry or…
30 terms
English 10 Poetry Terms
Form
Lines
Stanza
Traditional Poem
the arrangement of the poem; the ways in which lines are orga…
the core unit of the poem; the length is an essential element…
a group of two or more lines
the category of poetry that follows the fixed rules
Form
the arrangement of the poem; the ways in which lines are orga…
Lines
the core unit of the poem; the length is an essential element…
30 terms
Quarter 2 Vocabulary: English 10
Banal (adjective)
Didactic (adjective)
Facetious (adjective)
Probity (noun)
Lacking originality, freshness, or novelty.
Intended to instruct, inform, or teach a moral lesson.
Joking often inappropriately.
Adherence to the highest principles and ideals.
Banal (adjective)
Lacking originality, freshness, or novelty.
Didactic (adjective)
Intended to instruct, inform, or teach a moral lesson.
29 terms
Quarter 1 Vocabulary: English 10
Analysis (Noun)
Interpret (Verb)
Infer (Verb)
Irony (Noun)
A statement showing the results of a critical examination.
To understand according to individual belief, judgement, or i…
To derive as a conclusion from facts or premises.
Incongruity between the actual result of a sequence of events…
Analysis (Noun)
A statement showing the results of a critical examination.
Interpret (Verb)
To understand according to individual belief, judgement, or i…
15 terms
English 10 3rd Quarter Vocabulary
evade
laconic
prattle
homage
v, to use cleverness or deceit to escape or avoid
adj, concise, using few words
v, to talk in a foolish or simple-minded way (childish)
n, a show of respect or reverence; a vow of allegiance
evade
v, to use cleverness or deceit to escape or avoid
laconic
adj, concise, using few words
19 terms
Poetry Terms English 10
alliteration
imagery
assonance
hyperbole
repetition of initial consonant sounds
using words/phrases to create sensory impressions
repetition of vowel sounds
an extreme exagerration
alliteration
repetition of initial consonant sounds
imagery
using words/phrases to create sensory impressions
66 terms
English 10 1st quarter
World Literature
Geography and culture
Form
Theme
Category of literary production, publication and circulation…
Culture reflected to literative
How is this text written
Universal message
World Literature
Category of literary production, publication and circulation…
Geography and culture
Culture reflected to literative
45 terms
English 9H Finals Quarter 2: Poetry Vocab
Alliteration
Personification
Assonance
Irony
Repetition of similar consonant sounds.
Giving human characteristics to nonhuman objects.
Repetitions of similar vowel sounds.
A discrepancy between appearances and reality.
Alliteration
Repetition of similar consonant sounds.
Personification
Giving human characteristics to nonhuman objects.
23 terms
Poetry - Lumsden - English 10
Alliteration
Free Verse
Hyperbole
Imagery
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
consists of lines of poetry that do not have a regular rhythm…
extreme exaggeration
Description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
Alliteration
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
Free Verse
consists of lines of poetry that do not have a regular rhythm…
20 terms
english 10 poetry terms
figurative language
simile
metaphor
personification
languages that is used in imagination
pare asenturaly two things together
is a language that is used in ascertain way to enplane a way…
gives human traits to objects
figurative language
languages that is used in imagination
simile
pare asenturaly two things together
20 terms
English: third quarter exam (poetry terms)
Stanzas
Couplets
Quatrains
Metaphor
group of lines
two lines
four lines
compare two apparently unlike things without using the words…
Stanzas
group of lines
Couplets
two lines
20 terms
Honors English 10- Poetry
alliteration
metaphor
apostrophe
assonance
when two or more words have the same beginning letter... ex: the…
comparing two things... ex: the VOICE was MUSIC to her ears.
an exclamatory passage in a speech or poem addressed to somet…
repetition of the sound of a vowel. ... ex: gO mOw the lawn
alliteration
when two or more words have the same beginning letter... ex: the…
metaphor
comparing two things... ex: the VOICE was MUSIC to her ears.
19 terms
English 10 quarter 2
Incongruity
Hyperbole
Social commentary
Dialect
Differnce in logic, putting things together that dont belong…
The exaggeration of details or embellishment of events beyond…
Critiquing something in society
Ways of speaking that are particular to a certain area or gro…
Incongruity
Differnce in logic, putting things together that dont belong…
Hyperbole
The exaggeration of details or embellishment of events beyond…
English 10 Quarter 2
Incongruity
Hyperbole
Social commentary
Dialect
Different in logic; putting things together that dont belong…
The exaggeration of details or embellishment events beyond wh…
Critiquing something in society (politics, fads, people)
Ways of speaking that are particular to a certain area or gro…
Incongruity
Different in logic; putting things together that dont belong…
Hyperbole
The exaggeration of details or embellishment events beyond wh…
20 terms
English 10: Quarter 2
Mortal
Immortal
Morgue
Mortician
Subject to death
Not subject to death
A place where bodies are stored for identification; cause of…
Prepare bodies for burial
Mortal
Subject to death
Immortal
Not subject to death
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