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16 terms
Puritan Poetry
apparel
choice
clothe
conversation
clothes; garments
special; excellent; superior
put clothes on; dress; cover over
the act of talking with others
apparel
clothes; garments
choice
special; excellent; superior
8 terms
Puritan Poetry
Free verse
Couplet
Pun
Inference
Poetry that does not rhyme
A pair of rhymed lines in a poem
a play on words in which a humorous effect is produced by usi…
A conclusion based on observation or evidence (a guess).
Free verse
Poetry that does not rhyme
Couplet
A pair of rhymed lines in a poem
18 terms
Puritan Poetry
Rhetoric
Tone
Mood
Characteristics of Puritan Plain Style
a method developed by Aristotle to always win an argument. in…
the writer's attitude toward the character, subject, and audi…
the climate or feeling of a literary work
short words, direct statements, references to everyday object…
Rhetoric
a method developed by Aristotle to always win an argument. in…
Tone
the writer's attitude toward the character, subject, and audi…
Puritan poetry
Metaphor
Extended metaphor
Personification
Hyperbole
Figure of speech that directly comoares two unlike things eit…
One that draws the comparison out and compares the two things…
Figure of speech in which an object, animal, or idea is given…
Figure of speech in which the truth in exaggerated
Metaphor
Figure of speech that directly comoares two unlike things eit…
Extended metaphor
One that draws the comparison out and compares the two things…
24 terms
Puritan Poetry
Anne Bradstreet wrote
"Huswifery" was written by
The speaker claims at the beginning of…
Metaphor
To My Dear and Loving Husband and Upon the Burning of Our House
Edward Taylor
that her relationship is the best that there ever was
Comparison of two unlike things NOT using like or as
Anne Bradstreet wrote
To My Dear and Loving Husband and Upon the Burning of Our House
"Huswifery" was written by
Edward Taylor
12 terms
Puritan poetry
Metaphore
Extended metaphor
Personification
Hyperbole
A comparison between 2 unlike objects without using like or as
a metaphor that extends (goes throughout) a work or lit
give a non living/human object a human/living quality
an exaggeration (not taken literally)
Metaphore
A comparison between 2 unlike objects without using like or as
Extended metaphor
a metaphor that extends (goes throughout) a work or lit
13 terms
Puritan poetry
The speaker of "to my Dear and Loving…
The central idea of "To My Dear and Lo…
Since his love is too great for her to…
What chief emotion does the speaker in…
Her husband
The love the speaker shares with her husband is deep and last…
The heavens reward her husband
Love for and happiness with her husband
The speaker of "to my Dear and Loving…
Her husband
The central idea of "To My Dear and Lo…
The love the speaker shares with her husband is deep and last…
11 terms
Puritans & Poetry
metaphysical conceit
Anne Bradstreet
inverted syntax
S.V.O
Intellectualized, elaborated metaphor
America's first recorded poet
Sentence structure in which the expected order of words is re…
Subject.Verb.Object
metaphysical conceit
Intellectualized, elaborated metaphor
Anne Bradstreet
America's first recorded poet
20 terms
Puritan poetry vocabulary
Recompense
Persevere
Manifold
Repine(v)
(V) to repay; reward, as for service, aid
(V) to persist in anything undertaken; maintain a purpose in…
(Adj) of many kinds, numerous or varied
To be fretfully discontent; fret; complain
Recompense
(V) to repay; reward, as for service, aid
Persevere
(V) to persist in anything undertaken; maintain a purpose in…
19 terms
AML Puritan Lit- Poetry
Puritans
Theocracy
Original sin
Predestination
Wanted to "purify" Church of England of old Catholic rites... We…
Government under direct guidance from God... Bible provided the…
Because of Adam all men are sinful
God has already chosen who is going to Heaven or Hell, but we…
Puritans
Wanted to "purify" Church of England of old Catholic rites... We…
Theocracy
Government under direct guidance from God... Bible provided the…
36 terms
Puritan Poetry 2016
What is plain style?
Describe the extended metaphor in "Hus…
Describe the extended metaphor in "The…
Summarize the first stanza of the Brad…
it refers to the simplistic way of life (examples: art, archi…
Poem
Poem/Notes
She says how she heard the cries of people yelling fire and i…
What is plain style?
it refers to the simplistic way of life (examples: art, archi…
Describe the extended metaphor in "Hus…
Poem
10 terms
Romanticism and Puritan Poetry
Meter
Foot
Iamb
Trochee
The repition of a regular rhythmic unti in a line of poetry
A unit of two or three syllables, made up of one syllable and…
One unstressed, followed by a stressed
One stressed, followed by an unstressed
Meter
The repition of a regular rhythmic unti in a line of poetry
Foot
A unit of two or three syllables, made up of one syllable and…
10 terms
Puritan Poetry Vocabulary
recompense (v.)
persevere (v.)
manifold (adj.)
repine (v.)
make amends to (someone) for loss or harm suffered; compensate.
continue in a course of action even in the face of difficulty…
many and various.
feel or express discontent; fret.
recompense (v.)
make amends to (someone) for loss or harm suffered; compensate.
persevere (v.)
continue in a course of action even in the face of difficulty…
15 terms
Puritan poetry terms
Purpose
Allusion
Connotation
Syntax
What the text is actually supposed to accomplish
A passing reference in a text to significant history, culture…
The emotional impact a certain word has on you
How an author organizes words and phrases within a sentence
Purpose
What the text is actually supposed to accomplish
Allusion
A passing reference in a text to significant history, culture…
20 terms
Puritan Poetry Vocab
Recompense (v)
Persevere (v)
Manifold (adj)
Repine (v)
Make amens to someone for loss or harm suffered
Continue in a course of action even in the face of difficulty
Many and various
Feel or express discontent
Recompense (v)
Make amens to someone for loss or harm suffered
Persevere (v)
Continue in a course of action even in the face of difficulty
40 terms
Poetry and Puritan test
Alliteration
Assonance
Blank verse
Consonance
The repetition of sounds at the beginning of words
The repetition of vowel sounds
Poetry written unrhymed
The repetition of similar final consonant sounds at the ends…
Alliteration
The repetition of sounds at the beginning of words
Assonance
The repetition of vowel sounds
20 terms
Puritan poetry vocab
Abhor
Appease
Deliverance
Incense
To regard with disgust
To bring peace, quiet, or Calm;to soothe
Rescue from danger
To cause to be extremely angry
Abhor
To regard with disgust
Appease
To bring peace, quiet, or Calm;to soothe
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Puritan Poetry Vocabulary
Recompense
Persevere
Manifold
Repine
(v) to repay; remunerate; reward, as for service, aid, etc.
(v) To persist in anything undertaking
(adj.) Of many kinds
(v) To fret; complain
Recompense
(v) to repay; remunerate; reward, as for service, aid, etc.
Persevere
(v) To persist in anything undertaking
19 terms
Puritan Poetry Vocab.
Recompense
Perservere
Manifold
Chide
make amends to (someone) for loss or harm suffered; compensate
continue in a course of action even in the face of difficulty…
many and variou
scold or rebuke
Recompense
make amends to (someone) for loss or harm suffered; compensate
Perservere
continue in a course of action even in the face of difficulty…
14 terms
Puritan Poetry Vocabulary
Anaphora
Apostrophe
Couplet
Enjambment
In poetry, repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of…
Speaking directly to something inanimate or not present
2 consecutive rhyming schemes
No punctuation at the end of a line, so grammatical construct…
Anaphora
In poetry, repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of…
Apostrophe
Speaking directly to something inanimate or not present
10 terms
Jacobean and Puritan Poetry Quiz
Jacobean Poets
Puritan Poets
John Donne
Valediction
John Donne... Andrew Marvell... Robert Herrick
John Milton
Metaphysical Poet... Religious Poet... Very inelegant man
Goodbye speech
Jacobean Poets
John Donne... Andrew Marvell... Robert Herrick
Puritan Poets
John Milton
14 terms
Puritan Culture and Poetry
William Bradford, Anne Bradstreet, Edw…
what movement spurred it
religion how in daily lives (2)
values
intense belief in divine providence and intimate relationship…
Age of Reason
simple and intense
1. self-denial... 2. purposefulness... 3. discipline... 4. severe just…
William Bradford, Anne Bradstreet, Edw…
intense belief in divine providence and intimate relationship…
what movement spurred it
Age of Reason
20 terms
Poetry Terms (Puritan unit)
Explication
Conciet
Compression
Allusion
Explain clearly the meaning & technique of a piece of literat…
Extended metaphor
Lots of meaning compressed into few words
Reference to person/place/thing/literature that reader is exp…
Explication
Explain clearly the meaning & technique of a piece of literat…
Conciet
Extended metaphor
22 terms
Poetry & Sermon Puritans
Syntax
Inversion
Paraphrase
conceit
structure of the language in a text (sentence arrangement)
placing of sentence elements out of normal position
restate in your own words (about same length as original text
a metaphor taken to its logical limit, consists of three or m…
Syntax
structure of the language in a text (sentence arrangement)
Inversion
placing of sentence elements out of normal position
23 terms
English 11 puritan poetry
Iamb
Tetrameter
Iamb Tetrameter
Anne Bradstreet
A beat in a line of poetry where one unstressed syllable is f…
Four beats are placed together in a line of poetry
A line of poetry with four beats of one unstressed syllable,…
First notable American lived 1612-1672
Iamb
A beat in a line of poetry where one unstressed syllable is f…
Tetrameter
Four beats are placed together in a line of poetry
20 terms
English Puritan Poetry Vocab
Persevere (v)
Repine (v)
Pelf (n)
Metaphor (n)
Continue in a course of action even in the face of difficulti…
Feel or express disc content; fret
Money especially when gained in a dishonest or dishonorable way
A figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an…
Persevere (v)
Continue in a course of action even in the face of difficulti…
Repine (v)
Feel or express disc content; fret
Puritan Poetry - CHAPTER ONE
The speaker of "To My Dear and Loving…
The central idea of "To My Dear and Lo…
Since his love is too great for her to…
What chief emotions does the speaker i…
Her husband.
That the love the speaker shares with her husband is deep and…
That the heavens reward her husband.
Love and happiness with her husband.
The speaker of "To My Dear and Loving…
Her husband.
The central idea of "To My Dear and Lo…
That the love the speaker shares with her husband is deep and…
puritan poetry test
Where/ where did Puritans originate?
What were the Puritans motives?
What did efforts of Puritans cause?
Where did Puritans go?
Puritans/puritanism originated in in England in the 1560s.
People who wished to reform the church of England, "purify" i…
efforts led to government persecution of the Puritans
Puritans fled to American colonies
Where/ where did Puritans originate?
Puritans/puritanism originated in in England in the 1560s.
What were the Puritans motives?
People who wished to reform the church of England, "purify" i…
23 terms
Puritan beliefs/poetry
Abhor
Abominable
Appease
Ascribe
To regard with disgust
Thoroughly detestable
To bring peace, quiet, or calm; to soothe
To attribute to a specified cause or source
Abhor
To regard with disgust
Abominable
Thoroughly detestable
22 terms
Puritan Blue Book Poetry
three things God's wrath compared to (…
father of American poetry
Matthew Arnold said which poem was the…
Bryant born where
arrow, flood, furnace/fiery pit
William Cullen Bryant
to a waterfowl
Cummington, Massachusetts
three things God's wrath compared to (…
arrow, flood, furnace/fiery pit
father of American poetry
William Cullen Bryant
14 terms
Puritan Poetry Quiz Review
Rhyme
Internal rhyme
Metaphor
Simile
Correspondence of sound between words. Ex- bell and ball
Rhyme involving word in middle of a line. Ex- once upon a mid…
Figure of speech when a word is applied to an object. Ex- cur…
Figure of speech involving comparison of 2 things. Ex- her ha…
Rhyme
Correspondence of sound between words. Ex- bell and ball
Internal rhyme
Rhyme involving word in middle of a line. Ex- once upon a mid…
36 terms
Puritan Poetry 2016
What is plain style?
Describe the extended metaphor in "Hus…
Describe the extended metaphor in "The…
Summarize the first stanza of the Brad…
It refers to the simplistic way of life (examples: art, archi…
Comparison to fabric to his holy being
Even though everything in our lives are destroyed (house, tru…
Bradstreet went to bed and didn't know that she would experie…
What is plain style?
It refers to the simplistic way of life (examples: art, archi…
Describe the extended metaphor in "Hus…
Comparison to fabric to his holy being
English Puritan Poetry Test
Judgement
Manifold
Recompense
Omnipotent
power to form an opinion well; good sense
many ways
something given or done in return for something else; repayment
all-powerful
Judgement
power to form an opinion well; good sense
Manifold
many ways
21 terms
ela test puritan poetry
personification
alliteration
similie
metaphor
human qualities are given to animals, objects or ideas.
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
a figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing with…
figure of speech that identifies something as being the same…
personification
human qualities are given to animals, objects or ideas.
alliteration
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
21 terms
Poetry - Sounds and Ideas
connotation
contrast
image
inference
the associated or secondary meaning of a word or expression i…
a difference between people or things that are being compared
a word or phrase that appeals to one or more of the five senses
a conclusion you draw about something that is not directly st…
connotation
the associated or secondary meaning of a word or expression i…
contrast
a difference between people or things that are being compared
20 terms
Puritan Poetry Vocabulary Study Guide
Recompense
Persevere
Manifold
Repine
(V) make amends to (someone) for loss or harm suffered; compe…
(V) continue in a course of action even in the face of diffic…
(Adj) many and various
(V) feel express discontent, fret
Recompense
(V) make amends to (someone) for loss or harm suffered; compe…
Persevere
(V) continue in a course of action even in the face of diffic…
18 terms
English 10- Puritan Poetry Review
What are the three Puritan beliefs?
Simple knowledge and the teachings of…
Religion
Ann Bradstreet, Nathaniel Hawthorne, A…
Human beings are inherently evil and so must struggle to over…
What did Puritans write about?
What was the biggest influence on Puritan writing?
Name three famous Puritan poets:
What are the three Puritan beliefs?
Human beings are inherently evil and so must struggle to over…
Simple knowledge and the teachings of…
What did Puritans write about?
37 terms
Puritan Test Mr. Robles, Basic facts and ideas
Of Plymouth and Plantation
documented the experience, very puritan
devotion to god, simple language
Puritans vs. Non Puritans
Bradford
Bradford
Bradford
Christians vs. Crewmen
Of Plymouth and Plantation
Bradford
documented the experience, very puritan
Bradford
35 terms
Delateur Puritan Poetry Lit Test
Puritanism important settlements:
Where was Jamestown founded?
Who ran Jamestown?
Who owned Jamestown?
Jamestown... Plymouth... Massachusetts Bay Colony... Salem
Founded in Virginia, in 1607
Captain John Smith
The Virginia Company of London
Puritanism important settlements:
Jamestown... Plymouth... Massachusetts Bay Colony... Salem
Where was Jamestown founded?
Founded in Virginia, in 1607
8 terms
Poetry terms for sounds and ideas
Rhyme
Alliteration
Assonance
Consonance
Similarity of sound in between words or syllables ie ( cat an…
Similar sounds at the beginning of syllables , ie Tall Trees…
The effect created when two syllables in words close together…
The repetition of the same or similar consonant sounds in nea…
Rhyme
Similarity of sound in between words or syllables ie ( cat an…
Alliteration
Similar sounds at the beginning of syllables , ie Tall Trees…
21 terms
Exam 1: Puritan Idea and Constitution Debate
When did Winthrop lead the great migra…
Why did the leave England?
What did they hope to establish?
What was the name of Winthrop's famous…
He led the great migration in 1630 and there were approximate…
Religious persecution, did not agree with the Church of Engla…
They hoped to establish a "truly Christian community"
Model of Christian Charity
When did Winthrop lead the great migra…
He led the great migration in 1630 and there were approximate…
Why did the leave England?
Religious persecution, did not agree with the Church of Engla…
21 terms
Poetry/Epic IDEA Vocabulary
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Apostrophe
Something that is given multiple levels of meaning (literal,s…
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of a word
A reference that is made to something outside the piece of li…
The narrator is speaking to an object that is incapable of re…
Allegory
Something that is given multiple levels of meaning (literal,s…
Alliteration
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of a word
6 terms
Poetry Key Ideas
His son moving from dependence to inde…
Possession - he does not want to let h…
Very masculine relationship
Rhyme scheme 'ABACA' - almost follows…
Walking Away
Walking Away
Walking Away
Walking Away
His son moving from dependence to inde…
Walking Away
Possession - he does not want to let h…
Walking Away
17 terms
Poetry key terms/ideas
Syntax
Diction
Denotation
Figurative language
The way words are put together to form phrases or clauses, fo…
The choice of language or words used by the writer or speaker
The literal meaning of the word-opposite from connotation
Language that contains or uses figurative speech Espically me…
Syntax
The way words are put together to form phrases or clauses, fo…
Diction
The choice of language or words used by the writer or speaker
21 terms
Poetry/Epic IDEA
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Apostrophe
Something that is given multiple levels of meaning (literal,s…
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of a word
A reference that is made to something outside the piece of li…
The narrator is speaking to an object that is incapable of re…
Allegory
Something that is given multiple levels of meaning (literal,s…
Alliteration
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of a word
107 terms
Main Ideas- Poetry Test
Out,Out
Out,Out
Out,Out
Fire & Ice
young boy saws off his hand leading to his untimely death
saw receives it's "supper"
boy was worked too hard
coldblooded v. inflamed temper
Out,Out
young boy saws off his hand leading to his untimely death
Out,Out
saw receives it's "supper"
20 terms
Native American Literature and Puritan Poetry Vocabulary Original
Archetype
Couplet
Simile
Metaphor
Old imaginative pattern
Pair of rhyming lines
Comparison between two unlike things using the words "like' o…
One thing is spoken or written of as if it were another
Archetype
Old imaginative pattern
Couplet
Pair of rhyming lines
46 terms
English 3: Puritan and Revolutionary Poets/Poetry
William Bradford
Bradford and Rowlandson
killed, sick, water, drowning, Squanto
Anne Bradstreet
Wrote "Of Plymouth Plantation"
Puritan Belief was Divine Intervention
Examples of Divine Intervention from Bradford:... 1. God ___ the…
Wrote "To my Dear and Loving Husband" and "Upon the Burning o…
William Bradford
Wrote "Of Plymouth Plantation"
Bradford and Rowlandson
Puritan Belief was Divine Intervention
32 terms
TEST REVIEW - PURITAN PERIOD - NARRATIVES AND POETRY
archaic
euphemism
nostalgic
didactic
very old or out of date; something once used but not currentl…
less offensive substitute for a generally unpleasant word or…
a longing to return to a time in the past; perceiving the pas…
intended to teach, particularly in having moral instruction a…
archaic
very old or out of date; something once used but not currentl…
euphemism
less offensive substitute for a generally unpleasant word or…
8 terms
Poetry main idea
rhythm
voice
rhyme
content
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rhythm
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voice
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