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8 terms
Poetry Set 4
free verse
purpose
descriptive
narrative
a type of poem that has no rhyme or specific form
the reason for something
a type of poem that describes an image
a type of poem that tells a story
free verse
a type of poem that has no rhyme or specific form
purpose
the reason for something
5 terms
Poetry - Set 4
alder
querulous
seraphs
parson
a birch tree
full of complaints
angels
pastor; preachers
alder
a birch tree
querulous
full of complaints
12 terms
Poetry vocabulary set 4
epic poem
symbolism
narrative poem
free verse
A long narrative poem about the adventures of a hero whose ac…
A device in literature where an object represents an idea.
A poem that tells a story.
Poetry that does not have a regular meter or rhyme scheme.
epic poem
A long narrative poem about the adventures of a hero whose ac…
symbolism
A device in literature where an object represents an idea.
11 terms
Set 4: Types of Poetry
Memoriam stanza
Name
Narrative
Ode
A quatrain in iambic tetrameter with a rhyme scheme of abba -…
Poetry that tells about the word. It uses the letters of the…
A poem that tells a story.
A lengthy lyric poem typically of a serious or meditative nat…
Memoriam stanza
A quatrain in iambic tetrameter with a rhyme scheme of abba -…
Name
Poetry that tells about the word. It uses the letters of the…
15 terms
Poetry Terms Set 4
haiku
heroic couplet
hyperbole
iamb
Miniature Japanese poem consisting of 17 syllables - five syl…
a pair of rhyming lines written in iambic pentameter
an exaggeration for dramatic effect
a foot consisting of two syllables where the first is unstres…
haiku
Miniature Japanese poem consisting of 17 syllables - five syl…
heroic couplet
a pair of rhyming lines written in iambic pentameter
21 terms
Poetry Set 4
Meter
Foot
Syllable
Stressed
patterns of regular rhythm in language
a group of 2 or 3 syllables forming the basic unit of poetic…
A unit of speech heard as a single sound; one "beat" of a wor…
bearing a stress or accent
Meter
patterns of regular rhythm in language
Foot
a group of 2 or 3 syllables forming the basic unit of poetic…
11 terms
Poetry set 4
Inversion
Irony
Juxtaposition
Kennings
refers to the practice of changing the conventional placement…
The use of it in literature refers to playing around with wor…
It is a literary device wherein the author places a person, c…
The use of imagery and indicative, direct and indirect refere…
Inversion
refers to the practice of changing the conventional placement…
Irony
The use of it in literature refers to playing around with wor…
13 terms
Poetry Vocab Set 4
Blank verse
Free verse
Meter
Foot
Verse without rhyme, uses iambic pentameter
Verse without rhyme or meter
The rhythm of a piece of literature
A group of syllables making up a metrical unit
Blank verse
Verse without rhyme, uses iambic pentameter
Free verse
Verse without rhyme or meter
20 terms
Poetry Terms Set 4
Dactyl
Deconstruction
Dimeter
Dirge
a metrical foot consisting of an accented syllable followed b…
a poststructuralist theory mainly based on he writings of the…
a line of verse composed of two feet. "Some go local / Some g…
a brie hymn or song of lamentation and grief; it was typicall…
Dactyl
a metrical foot consisting of an accented syllable followed b…
Deconstruction
a poststructuralist theory mainly based on he writings of the…
16 terms
Poetry Set 4
Sarcasm
Satire
Scansion
Sestet
Finish
Finish
...
...
Sarcasm
Finish
Satire
Finish
15 terms
Poetry Terms Set 4
ode
onomatopoeia
oxymoron
paradox
A lyric poem usually marked by serious, respectful, and exalt…
A word that imitates the sound it represents.
A figure of speech that combines opposite or contradictory te…
A statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or a…
ode
A lyric poem usually marked by serious, respectful, and exalt…
onomatopoeia
A word that imitates the sound it represents.
Poetry - Set 4
Lyric Poetry
Implied Metaphor
Meter
Metonymy
A type of emotional songlike poetry, distinguished from drama…
A type of metaphor that compares two unlike things, but it do…
A stressed and unstressed syllabic pattern in a verse or with…
A figure of speech that replaces the name of a thing with the…
Lyric Poetry
A type of emotional songlike poetry, distinguished from drama…
Implied Metaphor
A type of metaphor that compares two unlike things, but it do…
8 terms
Poetry Terms- Set 4
Lyric Poetry
Implied Metaphor
Meter
Metonymy
A type of emotional songlike poetry, distinguished from drama…
A type of metaphor that compares two unlike things, but it do…
A stressed and unstressed syllabic pattern in a verse or with…
A figure of speech that replaces the name of a thing with the…
Lyric Poetry
A type of emotional songlike poetry, distinguished from drama…
Implied Metaphor
A type of metaphor that compares two unlike things, but it do…
9 terms
Poetry set 4
Introduction to Poetry by Billy Collins
Nostalgia by Billy Collins
Forgetfulness by Billy Collins
Picnic, Lightning by Billy Collins
I ask them to take a poem ... and hold it up to the light ... like…
Remember the 1340s? We were doing a dance called the Catapult…
The name of the author is the first to go ... followed obedientl…
It is possible to be struck by a meteor ... or a single-engine p…
Introduction to Poetry by Billy Collins
I ask them to take a poem ... and hold it up to the light ... like…
Nostalgia by Billy Collins
Remember the 1340s? We were doing a dance called the Catapult…
10 terms
Set 4 Poetry Terms-Sound Devices 2016-17
alliteration
consonance
assonance
onomatopoeia
Repetition of initial/beginning consonant sounds
Repetition of a consonant sound within two or more words in c…
Repetition of a vowel sound within two or more words in close…
natural sounds are imitated in the sounds of words.
alliteration
Repetition of initial/beginning consonant sounds
consonance
Repetition of a consonant sound within two or more words in c…
10 terms
Poetry Set 4
Lyric Poem
Masculine Rhyme
Metaphor
Meter
Any short poem that presents a single speaker who expresses t…
Rhyme that falls on the stressed and concluding syllables of…
A figurative use of language in which a comparison is express…
The repetition of a regular rhythmic unit in a line of poetry…
Lyric Poem
Any short poem that presents a single speaker who expresses t…
Masculine Rhyme
Rhyme that falls on the stressed and concluding syllables of…
17 terms
Lit Terms Set 4b: More Poetry Terms
anaphora
couplet
elegy
inversion
A rhetorical figure of repetition in which the same word or p…
A pair of lines that end in rhyme... 2 consecutive lines of poet…
A poem of mourning, usually about someone who has died.
Inversion of the usual, normal, or logical order of the parts…
anaphora
A rhetorical figure of repetition in which the same word or p…
couplet
A pair of lines that end in rhyme... 2 consecutive lines of poet…
23 terms
Spanish 202 Set 4 - Neruda Poetry
Arder
Asaltar
Descartar
Hundirse
To burn
To storm (a building, etc.)
To discard
To sink
Arder
To burn
Asaltar
To storm (a building, etc.)
12 terms
Middle School Academic Vocabulary Set 4
myth
narrator
nonfiction
plot
A traditional story about gods, ancestors, or heroes, told to…
Person telling the story... The person who tells the story
writing that tells about real people, places, and events
Sequence of events in a story
myth
A traditional story about gods, ancestors, or heroes, told to…
narrator
Person telling the story... The person who tells the story
25 terms
A.P. Lang. set 4 of 10
Dramatic irony
Dynamic character
Elegy
Elizabethan drama
(theater) irony that occurs when the meaning of the situation…
a character who undergoes a dramatic change throughout the co…
a poem of serious reflection, typically a lament for the dead.
refers to plays produced under the reign of Elizabeth I and w…
Dramatic irony
(theater) irony that occurs when the meaning of the situation…
Dynamic character
a character who undergoes a dramatic change throughout the co…
14 terms
Lit Terms Set 4a: Poetry Terms (Meter/Rhythm)
feet
syllable
stressed
unstressed
Unit of stressed and unstressed syllables
A unit of speech heard as a single sound; one "beat" of a wor…
emphasized syllable (In the word "pirate," the sound/syllable…
unemphasized syllable (In the word "pirate," the sound/syllab…
feet
Unit of stressed and unstressed syllables
syllable
A unit of speech heard as a single sound; one "beat" of a wor…
55 terms
Poetry Final - Set 4
Richard Cory (Edwin Arlington Robinson)
Richard Cory (Edwin Arlington Robinson)
Richard Cory (Edwin Arlington Robinson)
Richard Cory (Edwin Arlington Robinson)
Whenever Richard Cory went down town,... We people on the paveme…
And he was always quietly arrayed,... And he was always human wh…
And he was rich -- yes, richer than a king --... And admirably s…
So on we work, and waited for the light,... And went without the…
Richard Cory (Edwin Arlington Robinson)
Whenever Richard Cory went down town,... We people on the paveme…
Richard Cory (Edwin Arlington Robinson)
And he was always quietly arrayed,... And he was always human wh…
10 terms
3rd STAAR Reading Vocabulary Set 4
first person point of view
free verse
genre
illustrations
told from the viewpoint of one of the characters using the pr…
poetry that does not contain regular patterns of rhythm or rh…
the kind of book, story, or passage that you are reading
drawings or photographs that help explain the text
first person point of view
told from the viewpoint of one of the characters using the pr…
free verse
poetry that does not contain regular patterns of rhythm or rh…
18 terms
H Latin 3/4 Poetry Horace Set 4
aestas, aestatis, f
autumnus, i, m
bruma, ae, f
chorus, i, m
summer
fall
winter
chorus, choir
aestas, aestatis, f
summer
autumnus, i, m
fall
25 terms
H Latin 3/4 Poetry Catullus Set 4
aequor, oris, n
febricula, -ae, f.
flamen, flaminis, n
letum, i, n
flat field, plain; surface of the sea
fever
blowing, blast, breath, breeze, wind
death, ruin
aequor, oris, n
flat field, plain; surface of the sea
febricula, -ae, f.
fever
22 terms
H Latin 3/4 Poetry Ovid Set 4
facinus, oris, n
insigne, is, n
maritus, i, m
membrum, i, n
deed, crime, misdeed
token, mark, distinction
husband
limb, member, part
facinus, oris, n
deed, crime, misdeed
insigne, is, n
token, mark, distinction
10 terms
Set 4
Paraphrase
Infer
Identify
Retell
put in different words
deduce, conclude
find, point out
tell in your own words
Paraphrase
put in different words
Infer
deduce, conclude
10 terms
Set 4
Paraphrase
Infer
Retell
Identify
put in different words
deduce, conclude
tell in your own words
find, point out
Paraphrase
put in different words
Infer
deduce, conclude
53 terms
Set 4
Rhetorical Question
Rhyme Scheme
End Rhyme
Feminine Rhyme
A question asked to produce an effect rather than to elicit a…
A pattern of rhymes, often indicated by letters (ababbcc)
Rhymes at the ends of lines
Rhymes with two or more syllables where the final syllable or…
Rhetorical Question
A question asked to produce an effect rather than to elicit a…
Rhyme Scheme
A pattern of rhymes, often indicated by letters (ababbcc)
10 terms
Poetry (Vocab Unit 3 Set 4)
Jovial
trite
frivolous
laconic
adj. full of happiness and joy
adj. not interesting or effective because of being used too o…
adj. not important
adj. using few words in speech or writing
Jovial
adj. full of happiness and joy
trite
adj. not interesting or effective because of being used too o…
19 terms
Literary Terms Set 4
play
poetry
plot
point of view
a composition in prose or verse written to be acted on stage,…
composition in verse, arranged in lines that have rhythm and…
in the simplest sense, a series of happenings in a literary w…
the vantage point from which an author presents the actions a…
play
a composition in prose or verse written to be acted on stage,…
poetry
composition in verse, arranged in lines that have rhythm and…
35 terms
tema 3 : set 4
la trama
lemas
exicono
metáfora
plot, storyline
slogans
vocabulary
metaphor
la trama
plot, storyline
lemas
slogans
12 terms
Vocab set 4
first person
third person limited
third person omniscient
climax
I and We tells the story
narrator is on the outside looking in and knows little about…
on the outside looking in and knows everything about everyone
turning point of a story
first person
I and We tells the story
third person limited
narrator is on the outside looking in and knows little about…
Q2 Vocab Set 4
Central Idea
Characterization
Conflict
Connotation
The most important point the author makes.
A method an author uses to let readers know more about the ch…
A struggle between opposing forces.
All the meanings, associations, or emotions that a word sugge…
Central Idea
The most important point the author makes.
Characterization
A method an author uses to let readers know more about the ch…
12 terms
Fall 2016 Vocabulary Set 4
oppose
code
cite
prose
disapprove of and attempt to prevent, especially by argument
a : a system of signals or symbols for communication... b : a sy…
quote (a passage, book, or author) as evidence for or justifi…
the ordinary form of spoken or written language, without metr…
oppose
disapprove of and attempt to prevent, especially by argument
code
a : a system of signals or symbols for communication... b : a sy…
22 terms
STAAR Set 4
rhyme
rhyme scheme
internal rhyme
alliteration
end sounds of words sound the same
a specific, noticeable pattern of rhyme at the end of lines o…
words within lines of poetry that rhyme with the word at the…
the repetition of beginning sounds of words
rhyme
end sounds of words sound the same
rhyme scheme
a specific, noticeable pattern of rhyme at the end of lines o…
12 terms
Glossary set 4
Rhyme
Rhythm
Sarcasm
Second person
Repetition of similar or identical sounds. Used in poetry and…
The beat of the writing (mainly poems) when read aloud: fast,…
Saying the opposite of what you mean, rather harsh and destru…
'You' - Addresses an audience directly: used in writing to ad…
Rhyme
Repetition of similar or identical sounds. Used in poetry and…
Rhythm
The beat of the writing (mainly poems) when read aloud: fast,…
10 terms
Vocabulary Set 4
Figurative language
Inference
Hyperbole
Conflict
Language that contains or uses figures of speech, especially…
The act or process of inferring.
An extravagant statement or figure of speech not intended to…
To come into collision or disagreement; be contradictory, at…
Figurative language
Language that contains or uses figures of speech, especially…
Inference
The act or process of inferring.
20 terms
Literary Terms Set 4
Diction
Imagery
Meter
Rhythm
style of speaking or writing dependent upon word choice
words and phrases that appeal to the reader's five senses
the regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables
a pattern of stresses and unstressed syllables in a line of p…
Diction
style of speaking or writing dependent upon word choice
Imagery
words and phrases that appeal to the reader's five senses
12 terms
Essential Vocabulary set 4
narrator
opinion
paragraph
past tense
the character who tells the story
a statement that cannot be proven; it tells someone's feeling…
a group of sentences that are alike; a group of sentences tha…
a verb form that describes something that has already happene…
narrator
the character who tells the story
opinion
a statement that cannot be proven; it tells someone's feeling…
10 terms
EOC Terms Set 4
Lyrical Poetry
Elegy
Ode
Haiku
Poems that that express emotions
A poem written to honor someone who died
A poem written to honor an event or object
3 lines Japanese about nature; syllable pattern: 5/7/5
Lyrical Poetry
Poems that that express emotions
Elegy
A poem written to honor someone who died
10 terms
Milestones Set 4
action
conflict
major character
free verse
doing something
disagreement
the most important character
poetry that does not rhyme
action
doing something
conflict
disagreement
28 terms
AP Literary Terms Set 4 of 5
Coinage (neologism)
Colloquialism
Denotation
Connotation
A new word, usually one invented on the spot.
A word or phrase used in everyday conversational English that…
A word's literal meaning.
Everything other than the literal meaning that a word suggest…
Coinage (neologism)
A new word, usually one invented on the spot.
Colloquialism
A word or phrase used in everyday conversational English that…
15 terms
WIHS- English 2- Set 4 Literary Terms
essay
exposition
expository writing
extended metaphor
a short nonfiction work about a particular subject
the part of the work that introduces the characters, setting,…
presents facts, discusses ideas, or explains a process
developed over several lines of writing or even through an en…
essay
a short nonfiction work about a particular subject
exposition
the part of the work that introduces the characters, setting,…
10 terms
2015 Lit Terms Set 4
free verse
hyperbole
narrator
novel
a type of poetry that is free from a fixed pattern of rhythm…
an exaggerated statement, sometimes involving figurative lang…
the teller of a story
long works of fiction dealing with characters, situations, an…
free verse
a type of poetry that is free from a fixed pattern of rhythm…
hyperbole
an exaggerated statement, sometimes involving figurative lang…
11 terms
Common Core EOG Reading Terms (Set 4)
Central Idea/Main Idea
Primary Source
Secondary Source
Lyric Poetry
The most important thought of a paragraph or larger selection…
A document, or physical object that was written or created du…
A document or physical object that was produced after the eve…
A rhythmical composition that expresses personal or emotional…
Central Idea/Main Idea
The most important thought of a paragraph or larger selection…
Primary Source
A document, or physical object that was written or created du…
19 terms
Terminology ENG YR 9 - Set 4
adverb
apostrophe
adjective
assonance
A word that modifies the meaning of an adjective, verb, or ot…
A punctuation mark (') used to indicate either possession (e.…
A word that modifies a noun (or pronoun) to make it more spec…
Repetition of a vowel sound within two or more words in close…
adverb
A word that modifies the meaning of an adjective, verb, or ot…
apostrophe
A punctuation mark (') used to indicate either possession (e.…
27 terms
AP English Rhetorical Terms (Set 4)
Personification
Point of view
Polysyndeton (paulee-SIN-dih-tawn)
Prosody
attributing human characteristics to nonhuman things... EX: "The…
the vantage point from which the author presents the actions…
the repetition of conjunctions in close succession for rhetor…
the study of sound and rhythm in poetry
Personification
attributing human characteristics to nonhuman things... EX: "The…
Point of view
the vantage point from which the author presents the actions…
15 terms
Common Core EOG Reading Terms (Set 4)
Verbal
Gerund
Participle
Infinitive
Gerund, participle, or infinitive
A verbal ending in -ing that functions as a noun
A verbal that functions as an adjective
A verbal that is formed by placing "to" in front of the simpl…
Verbal
Gerund, participle, or infinitive
Gerund
A verbal ending in -ing that functions as a noun
12 terms
STAAR Vocabulary to Know - Set 4
simile
stanza
suggest
summary
figurative language that says that one thing is LIKE or AS an…
a paragraph of poetry
to hint at
a shortened version of the whole thing
simile
figurative language that says that one thing is LIKE or AS an…
stanza
a paragraph of poetry
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