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honors english - modern poetry
wood from harvest to carving
Amy Lowell
enjambment
apostrophe
the extended metaphore in "a pact"
Pound named the imagist movement Amyism after what author
the continuation of a sentence across a line break without a…
a figure of speech in which a writer directly addresses an in…
wood from harvest to carving
the extended metaphore in "a pact"
Amy Lowell
Pound named the imagist movement Amyism after what author
12 terms
Modern English Poetry
Victorian Age
Characteristics of the Victorian Age
New Ideas
Industrial Revolution
1837-1901
prudish
Darwin- Biology, Geology, Economics
agriculture to industry
Victorian Age
1837-1901
Characteristics of the Victorian Age
prudish
15 terms
English Modern Poetry Vocab.
alliteration
ambiguity
free verse
imagery
repetition of sounds at the beginning of words
an event or situation that may be interpreted in more than on…
a poem "free" of regular meter and rhyme; the poem may have i…
description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
alliteration
repetition of sounds at the beginning of words
ambiguity
an event or situation that may be interpreted in more than on…
11 terms
English modern poetry
Robinson
Frost
Ransom
Roethke
Traditionalist ... wrote miniver cheevy... wrote Cassandra
traditionalist ... wrote the gift outright
Minor traditionalist ... Bells for John Whitesides daughter
minor traditionalist ... Dolor
Robinson
Traditionalist ... wrote miniver cheevy... wrote Cassandra
Frost
traditionalist ... wrote the gift outright
51 terms
English Modern Poetry Terms
Verse
Rhymed Verse
Blank Verse
Free Verse
Synonym for poetry
Contains a definite meter and rhyme
contains a definite meter but does not rhyme
Contains neither a meter nor rhyme
Verse
Synonym for poetry
Rhymed Verse
Contains a definite meter and rhyme
English modern poetry. AUTHORS
I carry your hart with me
Old age stinks
Song of myself
Because I cannot stop for death
Cummings
Cummings
Walt Whitman
Emily Dickinson
I carry your hart with me
Cummings
Old age stinks
Cummings
Modern Poetry English Final
This poet was a recluse who wrote poem…
This poet uses the metaphor Leaves of…
In the poem, "I Heard a Fly Buzz," the…
In the poem "I Heard a Fly Buzz," the…
Emily Dickinson
Walt Whitman
Onomatopoeia
Slant Rhyme
This poet was a recluse who wrote poem…
Emily Dickinson
This poet uses the metaphor Leaves of…
Walt Whitman
17 terms
English 12 - New Poetry Terms
assonance
consonance
cacophony
euphony
Repetition of vowel (a, e, i, o, u) sounds.
Repetition of consonant (letters other than a, e, i, o, u) so…
harsh sounds (eg: b, p, t, k, g)
pleasant, harmonious sounds (eg: l, m, n, v)
assonance
Repetition of vowel (a, e, i, o, u) sounds.
consonance
Repetition of consonant (letters other than a, e, i, o, u) so…
English - Modern Poetry
Born in Hailey, Idaho, but grew up in…
Who taught for awhile at a conservativ…
Who moved to London, England in 1908 a…
Who became a self-appointed spokespers…
Ezra Pound
Ezra Pound, his bohemian lifestyle was out of tune with surro…
Ezra Pound
Ezra Pound
Born in Hailey, Idaho, but grew up in…
Ezra Pound
Who taught for awhile at a conservativ…
Ezra Pound, his bohemian lifestyle was out of tune with surro…
45 terms
English Modern Poetry
What is Emily Dickinson known as?
Who asks the world to judge them tende…
Who was born in 1830?
Why didn't Emily Dickinson finish coll…
The Belle of Amherst
Emily Dickinson and it shows that she is a sensitive person
Emily Dickinson
She became ill
What is Emily Dickinson known as?
The Belle of Amherst
Who asks the world to judge them tende…
Emily Dickinson and it shows that she is a sensitive person
66 terms
English Modern Poetry Test
Who does Lucinda marry?
What does Lucinda collect near Spoon r…
At what age does Lucinda decided that…
What does Lucinda call her sons and da…
Davis
shells, flowers, medical weed
96
degenerates
Who does Lucinda marry?
Davis
What does Lucinda collect near Spoon r…
shells, flowers, medical weed
16 terms
English modern poetry
What year was "Aquianted with the Nigh…
Who wrote "Aquianted with the Night"?
How many stanzas are in "Acquainted wi…
How many lines per stanza in "Acquaint…
1928
Robert Frost
5
3 lines-2 lines on the last stanza
What year was "Aquianted with the Nigh…
1928
Who wrote "Aquianted with the Night"?
Robert Frost
English Modern Poetry Test
Who does Lucinda marry?
What does Lucinda collect near Spoon r…
At what age does Lucinda decided that…
What does Lucinda call her sons and da…
Davis
shells, flowers, medical weed
96
degenerates
Who does Lucinda marry?
Davis
What does Lucinda collect near Spoon r…
shells, flowers, medical weed
English 305: Modernism and Beyond: Poetry
Imagism
Vorticism
"Blast"
Poet: Wilfred Owen (1893-1918)
A reaction against the expansive wordiness of Victorian poetr…
A British movement inspired by cubism. It was opposed to the…
First issue published in 1914. Authors: Wyndham Lewis and Ezr…
"Disabled" (1917) / "Dulce Et Decorum Est" (1920)
Imagism
A reaction against the expansive wordiness of Victorian poetr…
Vorticism
A British movement inspired by cubism. It was opposed to the…
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Poetry Vocab- English 12
Admonish (v)
Sentinel (n)
Fervent (adj)
Rancor (n)
advise, caution
person or animal that guards
having great warmth of feeling
ill will; continuing and bitter hate
Admonish (v)
advise, caution
Sentinel (n)
person or animal that guards
English 11: Modern Poetry Test-12/5/16(Mon.)
Edgar Lee Masters
Edgar Lee Masters
How many children did the speaker have…
Whom does Lucinda marry?
inspired his best-known work, 'Spoon River Anthology' (1915)
Harriet Monroe saw his work 'Selected Epigrams from the Greek…
...
...
Edgar Lee Masters
inspired his best-known work, 'Spoon River Anthology' (1915)
Edgar Lee Masters
Harriet Monroe saw his work 'Selected Epigrams from the Greek…
English 12 - Poetry
figurative language
literal
metaphor
simile
language that goes beyond the literal meaning
truth
compares two things without using like or as
compares two things using like or as
figurative language
language that goes beyond the literal meaning
literal
truth
English 12 Poetry Terms
alliteration
assonance
blank verse
consonance
The repetition of the same or similar sounds at the beginning…
The repetition or a pattern of similar sounds, especially vow…
Poetry that is written in unrhymed iambic pentameter. Shakesp…
The repetition of similar sounds, especially at the end of wo…
alliteration
The repetition of the same or similar sounds at the beginning…
assonance
The repetition or a pattern of similar sounds, especially vow…
10 terms
English 12: Modernism
James Joyce
James Joyce
James Joyce
James Joyce
Joyce's writing was very vivid - details, nuances, words - al…
(1882-1941)
He thought that Dublin (and other places) suffered from a ser…
Stream of Consciousness.
James Joyce
Joyce's writing was very vivid - details, nuances, words - al…
James Joyce
(1882-1941)
113 terms
English 12 Poetry Test
he was orphaned at the age of 13
born in cockermouth, cumberland on apr…
attended hawkshead grammar school and…
who did wordsworth live with when he a…
wordsworth
wordsworth
wordsworth
anne tyson
he was orphaned at the age of 13
wordsworth
born in cockermouth, cumberland on apr…
wordsworth
5 terms
English 12 - Poetry verse forms
couplet
sestet
quatrain
octave
a two-line stanza
a six-line stanza
a four-line stanza
an eight-line stanza
couplet
a two-line stanza
sestet
a six-line stanza
English modern poetry literary terms
Alliteration
Ambiguity
Anaphora
Consonance
Repetition of sounds at the beginning of words
An event or situation that may be interpreted in more than on…
Repetition in which the same word or phrase is repeated in su…
The repetition at close intervals of the final consonant soun…
Alliteration
Repetition of sounds at the beginning of words
Ambiguity
An event or situation that may be interpreted in more than on…
English 12 - Poetry and Epic
figurative language
literal
metaphor
simile
language that goes beyond the literal meaning
truth
compares two things without using like or as
compares two things using like or as
figurative language
language that goes beyond the literal meaning
literal
truth
English Modern Poetry Literary Terms
Alliteration
Ambiguity
anaphora
Consonance
Repetition of sounds at the beginning of words
An event or situation that may be interpreted in more than on…
Repetition in which the same word or phrase is repeated in (a…
The repetition, at close intervals, of the final consonant so…
Alliteration
Repetition of sounds at the beginning of words
Ambiguity
An event or situation that may be interpreted in more than on…
English Modern Poetry- Set two
The Great Figure
The Red Wheelbarrow
This is Just to Say
Why I am Not a Painter
-is an imagist poem... -it was raining in the day, when he saw a…
-imagism poem, brings an image not a meaning... -a lot depends u…
-not an imagist poem... -there's a note on the fridge apoligizin…
-he's not a painter, he's a poet, but he would rather be a pa…
The Great Figure
-is an imagist poem... -it was raining in the day, when he saw a…
The Red Wheelbarrow
-imagism poem, brings an image not a meaning... -a lot depends u…
Early Modern English Poetry Test
Wyatt
Surrey
Spenser
Sidney
The Long Love That in My Thought Doth Harbor, Whoso List to H…
Love That Doth Reign and Live within My Thought, Th'Assyrians…
Amoretti
Astrophel and Stella
Wyatt
The Long Love That in My Thought Doth Harbor, Whoso List to H…
Surrey
Love That Doth Reign and Live within My Thought, Th'Assyrians…
English 12 Poetry Vocab
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Apostrophe
A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
indirect reference
A figure of speech, sometimes represented by an exclamation o…
Allegory
A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
Alliteration
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
Poetry of the modern period (English Exam)
Emily Dickinson
Robinson
Frost
Wallace Stevens
"The Bird Came Down the Walk"
"Miniver Cheevy"
"Mending Wall,"
"Sunday Morning"
Emily Dickinson
"The Bird Came Down the Walk"
Robinson
"Miniver Cheevy"
English 12 poetry
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Apostrophe
Comparison using like/as/than
Comparison between unlike things without using like/as
Human quality given to an object
Abstract objects are spoken to "oh cruel world"
Simile
Comparison using like/as/than
Metaphor
Comparison between unlike things without using like/as
23 terms
English 12- Poetry Terms
stanza
rhyme
rhyme scheme
onomatopoeia
formal division of lines that forms units in a poem
repetition of sounds in at the ends of words
the regular pattern established by end rhymes
use of words to imitate sounds... BUZZ, CRASH
stanza
formal division of lines that forms units in a poem
rhyme
repetition of sounds in at the ends of words
51 terms
English 12 - Poetry Terminology
Ballad
Epic
Ode
Sonnet
Narrative poems that were originally written to be sung; gene…
A long narrative poem which tells of great heroes or events
A poem that is usually written in praise of someone or someth…
14-line lyric poems with serious subjects
Ballad
Narrative poems that were originally written to be sung; gene…
Epic
A long narrative poem which tells of great heroes or events
32 terms
English 12 poetry terms
allusion
antithesis
hyperble
image
brief reference to a person, place, thing, event, or idea in…
the juxtaposition of contrasting ideas often in parallel stru…
the use of exaggerated terms for the purpose of emphasis or h…
a short, vivid description that creates a strong sensory impr…
allusion
brief reference to a person, place, thing, event, or idea in…
antithesis
the juxtaposition of contrasting ideas often in parallel stru…
68 terms
English 12 Poetry Terms
Poem
Speaker
Ballad
Concrete
Words organized in such way that there is a pattern of rhythm…
The voice used by a poet to speak a poem (not necessarily the…
A long rhyming poem tells a story about a folk tale or legend…
A poem relies heavily on the visual to get across their meaning
Poem
Words organized in such way that there is a pattern of rhythm…
Speaker
The voice used by a poet to speak a poem (not necessarily the…
CSS English 12 Poetry Terms
alliteration
apostrophe
aside
assonance
The repetition of the initial sound in words.
The speaker addresses a dead or absent person, or an abstract…
When a character says something privately to another characte…
The repetition of vowel sounds in the middle of words.
alliteration
The repetition of the initial sound in words.
apostrophe
The speaker addresses a dead or absent person, or an abstract…
35 terms
English 12 COMP Poetry Terms
Alliteration
Anastrophe
Antithesis
Assonance
the repetition of initial consonant sounds Ex. "full fathom f…
inversion of the usual order of words
figure of speech where contrasting words or ideas are placed…
the effect created when words with the same vowel sound are u…
Alliteration
the repetition of initial consonant sounds Ex. "full fathom f…
Anastrophe
inversion of the usual order of words
63 terms
Grade 12 English Poetry
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
Allegory is a figure of speech in which abstract ideas and pr…
Repeated consonant sounds at the beginning of a series of wor…
A reference in one piece of literature to something from anot…
an explanation of one thing by compare it point by point with…
Allegory
Allegory is a figure of speech in which abstract ideas and pr…
Alliteration
Repeated consonant sounds at the beginning of a series of wor…
English 12 : Poetry Terms
Alliteration
Assonance
Consonance
Figurative Language
Use of word that begins with the same sound near one another.
The repetition of the sound of a vowel.
Repetition of sounds
Using metaphors and Illusion
Alliteration
Use of word that begins with the same sound near one another.
Assonance
The repetition of the sound of a vowel.
AP English 12 (poetry)
alliteration
allusion
antithesis
apostrophe
the repetition of identical or similar consonant sounds, norm…
a reference in a work of literature to something outside the…
a figure of speech characterized by strongly contrasted words…
a figure of speech in which someone (usually absent), some ab…
alliteration
the repetition of identical or similar consonant sounds, norm…
allusion
a reference in a work of literature to something outside the…
English 12 Poetry
Poetry
Make it new
Kill your darlings
Line
Writing with line breaks, attention to images and sound.
To take an idea and make it your own through new ideas.
If you enjoy using something ie: A word or phrase, but it doe…
Basic component of a poem, often written in meter.
Poetry
Writing with line breaks, attention to images and sound.
Make it new
To take an idea and make it your own through new ideas.
40 terms
English 12: Poetry terms
Paradox
Alliteration
Ballad
Blank Verse
A statement the contradicts itself
Repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning of a…
Narrative poems that are usually sung and contain repetition…
Poem written in iambic pentameter and is not rhymed.
Paradox
A statement the contradicts itself
Alliteration
Repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning of a…
42 terms
English 12: Poetry Terms
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Aside
A narrative that has a second meaning beneath the surface.
The repitition of similar sounds.
A reference to a person, place, event, or literary work that…
In theatre, a speech unheard by other characters but directed…
Allegory
A narrative that has a second meaning beneath the surface.
Alliteration
The repitition of similar sounds.
English 12 Vocab: Poetry
Connotation
Allusion
Imagery
Metaphor
Your response/feeling - meaning beyond dictionary definition
Reference to a person, a place, a thing, and the writer assum…
Describing something that appeals to one of the senses
Comparison is implied
Connotation
Your response/feeling - meaning beyond dictionary definition
Allusion
Reference to a person, a place, a thing, and the writer assum…
16 terms
English 12 Poetry
Perfect Rhyme
End Rhyme
Internal Rhyme
Cross Rhyme
vowel and consonant sounds are exactly the same... ex. cat/bat
a rhyme that occurs at the END of the line... ex. the fluffy whi…
a rhyme that occurs within a verse... ex. it was a bird that I h…
a rhyme that occurs in the middle of different lines but with…
Perfect Rhyme
vowel and consonant sounds are exactly the same... ex. cat/bat
End Rhyme
a rhyme that occurs at the END of the line... ex. the fluffy whi…
24 terms
English 12 Modernism Study Guide
Background & Vocabulary... * Background a…
James Joyce
James Joyce
James Joyce
...
Irish novelist noted for his experimental use of language and…
In 1904 he was offered £1 each for short stories with an Iris…
Fell in love with a woman named Nora Barnacle, but he refused…
Background & Vocabulary... * Background a…
...
James Joyce
Irish novelist noted for his experimental use of language and…
49 terms
English 12 - Poetry Terms
Allusion
Analogy
Apostrophe
Euphemism
a reference in one piece of literature to something from anot…
a similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
a rhetorical figure in which the speaker addresses a dead or…
substituting a pleasant or polite word or phrase for an unple…
Allusion
a reference in one piece of literature to something from anot…
Analogy
a similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
35 terms
English 12: Poetry Terms
Alliteration
Assonance
Consonance
Cacophony
-Repeated initial sounds at the beginning of words placed nea…
-Repeated vowel sounds in words placed near each other... -Eg. T…
- A. The repetition of consonant sounds before and after diff…
-Harsh sounds
Alliteration
-Repeated initial sounds at the beginning of words placed nea…
Assonance
-Repeated vowel sounds in words placed near each other... -Eg. T…
English 12 Poetry Vocab
Cloister
coyness
usurous
unravished
V. TO CONFINE; SECLUDE, N. MONASTERY OR CONVENT, ADJ. SHUT AW…
shyness; aloofness, often as part of a flirtation
taking extremely high or unlawful interest for the use of money
untaken
Cloister
V. TO CONFINE; SECLUDE, N. MONASTERY OR CONVENT, ADJ. SHUT AW…
coyness
shyness; aloofness, often as part of a flirtation
English 12 poetry
Allusion
Apostrophe
Blank verse
Cacophony
Indirect or passing reference to a person, place or event
A speech addressed to a dead or absent person or abstract obj…
Unrhymed iambic pentameter (light beat followed by heavy beat…
Harsh or unmusical sounds
Allusion
Indirect or passing reference to a person, place or event
Apostrophe
A speech addressed to a dead or absent person or abstract obj…
POETRY TERMS ENGLISH 12
Active Voice
allegory
antithesis
argumentative essay
Expresses an action done by its subject.
A literary work in which characters, objects, or actions repr…
Direct opposite
An essay, which attempts to convince the reader of the truth…
Active Voice
Expresses an action done by its subject.
allegory
A literary work in which characters, objects, or actions repr…
64 terms
English 12 Poetry Terms
imagery
simile
metaphor
extended metaphor
specific descriptions that have sensory appeal for the reader.
comparison between two things of unlike nature usually introd…
a direct comparison between two unlike things
metaphor introduced and then developed throughout all or part…
imagery
specific descriptions that have sensory appeal for the reader.
simile
comparison between two things of unlike nature usually introd…
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