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14 terms
British Novel
Robinson Crusoe
Northanger Abbey
Adam Bede
A Tale of Two Cities
Daniel Defoe
Jane Austen
George Eliot
Charles Dickens
Robinson Crusoe
Daniel Defoe
Northanger Abbey
Jane Austen
70 terms
British Novel
Defintion of the novel
Novel
Precursor of the novel
Developments of the new genre
A type of extended prose fiction
New genre
Sir Gawain and the green knight ... Don Quixote ... Pilgrims progress
Rise of the middle class ... American revolution ... French Revolut…
Defintion of the novel
A type of extended prose fiction
Novel
New genre
119 terms
British Novels
The Jungle Book
Lord of the Flies
Lord of the Flies
Lord of the Flies
Rudyard Kipling novel with the protagonist Mowgli raised by f…
William Golding novel in which British schoolboys are trapped…
Sam'n'Eric, Jack Merridew, Roger, Piggy (dies - killed by a b…
Important items include a sow's head on a spike (offering to…
The Jungle Book
Rudyard Kipling novel with the protagonist Mowgli raised by f…
Lord of the Flies
William Golding novel in which British schoolboys are trapped…
35 terms
british novels
Jane Austin
Barrie
Becket
Anna Bronte
Sense and Sensibility, Emma, Pride and Prejudice, Persuasion
Peter Pan
Endgame, Waiting for Godot
Agnes Grey
Jane Austin
Sense and Sensibility, Emma, Pride and Prejudice, Persuasion
Barrie
Peter Pan
British Novel Vocab # 6
Neuralgia
Analgesic
Nostalgic
Algomania
Nerve pain
a medicine used to relieve pain
Longing for the past
pain in the hands
Neuralgia
Nerve pain
Analgesic
a medicine used to relieve pain
British Novel #7
Hypno-
Hypnos
Hypnotism
Hypnoidal
Sleep
the god or spirit (daimon) of sleep
The induction of a peculiar psychical/mental condition which…
a state that resembles hypnosis but that is usually induced b…
Hypno-
Sleep
Hypnos
the god or spirit (daimon) of sleep
40 terms
British Novel Vocabulary
Reconnoiter
Eclectic
Winnowing
Vacillate
(v) to engage in reconnaissance; to make a preliminary inspec…
(adj) drawn from different sources; (n) one whose beliefs are…
(v) to get rid of something unwanted, delete; to sift through…
(v) fluctuate; to swing indecisively from one idea or course…
Reconnoiter
(v) to engage in reconnaissance; to make a preliminary inspec…
Eclectic
(adj) drawn from different sources; (n) one whose beliefs are…
65 terms
British Novel Vocabulary Final
Acquisitive
Arrogate
Banal
Belabor
able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned with a…
to claim or take without right, expropriate, commandeer
hackneyed, trite, commonplace, stale, insipid
to work on excessively; to thrash soundly, overwork
Acquisitive
able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned with a…
Arrogate
to claim or take without right, expropriate, commandeer
British Literature: Elements of the Novel
Type of extended prose fiction
Five basic elements of a novel
Arrangement of incidents or events; th…
Struggle between opposing forces
Novel
1. Plot... 2. Setting... 3. Characterization ... 4. Point of view... 5. T…
Plot
Conflict
Type of extended prose fiction
Novel
Five basic elements of a novel
1. Plot... 2. Setting... 3. Characterization ... 4. Point of view... 5. T…
10 terms
19th C British Novel
Hareton
Hindley
Christian
Captain Vye
son of Hindley, illiterate
drunk, gambler
fails to give Thomasin $
Eustacias grandfather
Hareton
son of Hindley, illiterate
Hindley
drunk, gambler
40 terms
British Novel Vocabulary
Reconnoiter
Eclectic
Winnowing
Vacillate
(v) to engage in reconnaissance; to make a preliminary inspec…
(adj) drawn from different sources; (n) one whose beliefs are…
(v) to get rid of something unwanted, delete; to sift through…
(v) fluctuate; to swing indecisively from one idea or course…
Reconnoiter
(v) to engage in reconnaissance; to make a preliminary inspec…
Eclectic
(adj) drawn from different sources; (n) one whose beliefs are…
65 terms
Vocab Final British Novel
acquisitive
arrogate
banal
belabor
(adj.) able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned…
(v.) to claim or take without right... SYN: expropriate, command…
(adj.) Hackneyed, trite, commonplace.... (SYN: stale, insipid)…
(v.) To work on excessively; to thrash soundly. ... (SYN: overwo…
acquisitive
(adj.) able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned…
arrogate
(v.) to claim or take without right... SYN: expropriate, command…
43 terms
British Novel test 2
World view of Elizabeth Gaskell
Married when? (EG)
Married who? (EG)
William Gaskell job
Judao-Christian
1832
William Gaskell
Unitarian minister
World view of Elizabeth Gaskell
Judao-Christian
Married when? (EG)
1832
60 terms
British Novel Final Vocabulary
enthrall
deleterious
ostentatious
sanctimonious
(v) to raise to a higher degree; to increase the value of des…
(adj) harmful, injurious... SYN: detrimental, destructive, pern…
(adj) marked by conspicuous or pretentious display, showy... SY…
(adj) making a show of virtue or righteousness; hypocriticall…
enthrall
(v) to raise to a higher degree; to increase the value of des…
deleterious
(adj) harmful, injurious... SYN: detrimental, destructive, pern…
British Novels Vocab # 1
inflection
reflect
flexion
deflect
Change in pitch or tone of the voice
The act or condition of being thrown back
act of bending a joint
To turn aside or redirect from a straight course
inflection
Change in pitch or tone of the voice
reflect
The act or condition of being thrown back
Contemporary British Novel
Brideshead Revisited
Lucky Jim
Quiet American
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
Evelyn Waugh... 1945
Kingsley Amis... 1954
Graham Greene... 1955
Muriel Spark ... 1961
Brideshead Revisited
Evelyn Waugh... 1945
Lucky Jim
Kingsley Amis... 1954
5 terms
18th Century British Novel
Oroonoko
Fantomina
Moll Flanders
Pamela
Aphra Behn
Eliza Haywood
Daniel Defoe
Samuel Richardson
Oroonoko
Aphra Behn
Fantomina
Eliza Haywood
20 terms
British Novel Final
Robinson Crusoe
Northanger Abbey
Adam Bede
A Tale of Two Cities
Daniel Defoe 1719
Jane Austen 1818
George Eliot 1859
Charles Dickens 1859
Robinson Crusoe
Daniel Defoe 1719
Northanger Abbey
Jane Austen 1818
British Novels Vocab # 2
-graph
grapheme
autograph
graphology
writing, recording, written
a unit (as a letter or digraph) of a writing system.
A person's own signature; something written or made with one'…
the study of handwritings
-graph
writing, recording, written
grapheme
a unit (as a letter or digraph) of a writing system.
58 terms
Literature: British Novels
'2001: A Space Odyssey' (by Arthur Cla…
'A Portrait of the Artist as a Young M…
C. Dickens
C. Dickens
Novel with main character David Bowman
novel whose main character is Stephen Dedalus
author of 'David Copperfield'
author whose nickname was Boz
'2001: A Space Odyssey' (by Arthur Cla…
Novel with main character David Bowman
'A Portrait of the Artist as a Young M…
novel whose main character is Stephen Dedalus
British Novels Vocab #5
Arth-
Cerebr-
arthritis
arthropod
joint
brain
inflammation of a joint
invertebrates with jointed legs, like spiders, crustaceans, i…
Arth-
joint
Cerebr-
brain
26 terms
British Novel - Exam 1
Where is the English Patient set?
Caravaggio seeing a head in the water…
In Caravaggio's "David with the Head o…
What is the name of Almàsy's book he c…
Italy
Caravaggio's "David with the Head of Goliath."
Youth holding the head of age in judgement.
Herodotus Histories
Where is the English Patient set?
Italy
Caravaggio seeing a head in the water…
Caravaggio's "David with the Head of Goliath."
British Novel Final
Clym Yeobright
Thomasin Yeobright
Mrs. Yeobright
Damon Wildeve
-The returning native... -wants to be a teacher... -marries Eustaci…
-Married to Damon... -Marries Diggory Venn in the end... -Her aunt…
-Clym's mother... -Dies from a snake bite
-Local pub owner... -Has affair with Eustacia... -MArried to Thomas…
Clym Yeobright
-The returning native... -wants to be a teacher... -marries Eustaci…
Thomasin Yeobright
-Married to Damon... -Marries Diggory Venn in the end... -Her aunt…
British Novels: Vocab #4
corp-
corpulent
corpse
corps
body
(adj.) fat; having a large, bulky body
Dead body
a main subdivision of an armed force in the field, consisting…
corp-
body
corpulent
(adj.) fat; having a large, bulky body
41 terms
British Novel (Gaskell to Lewis)
Unitarian
William Gaskell
Six children (one daughter still born,…
Loss of son William
Gaskell was married and daughter to what kind of minister?
Gaskell's husband and Unitarian pastor
Gaskell's children
Began writing to deal with the grief of what?
Unitarian
Gaskell was married and daughter to what kind of minister?
William Gaskell
Gaskell's husband and Unitarian pastor
72 terms
19th C. British Novel
Jane Eyre
The Brontes
Repeated theme in Bronte's works
Shared dream of opening a school toget…
Charlotte Bronte, 1847
A family of three, possibly four, exceptionally talented writ…
The Governess
The Bronte sisters
Jane Eyre
Charlotte Bronte, 1847
The Brontes
A family of three, possibly four, exceptionally talented writ…
The British Novel - Midterm
Hein's Five Biblical Principles
The Novel
Enigma of self
Threshold
1. God values the human experience... 2. Man has right to pose a…
The truth in concealed, ironic art
Explores the person, learns about self (All novels are concer…
The beginning of novel is a _________ separating the real wor…
Hein's Five Biblical Principles
1. God values the human experience... 2. Man has right to pose a…
The Novel
The truth in concealed, ironic art
10 terms
Contemporary British Novel Final
Permission to Enter
Bridget Jones Diary
The Remains of the Day
Wide Sargasso Sea
Zadie Smith... 2012
Helen Fielding ... 1996
Kazuo Ishiguro... 1988
Jean Rhys... 1966
Permission to Enter
Zadie Smith... 2012
Bridget Jones Diary
Helen Fielding ... 1996
British Novel FINAL BOSS
the policy or practice of acquiring fu…
a story or movie containing events tha…
What black people called Antoinette an…
the case ruled that slavery was unsupp…
Colonialism (British in India)
Prequel
White cockroaches
Emancipation Act of 1833
the policy or practice of acquiring fu…
Colonialism (British in India)
a story or movie containing events tha…
Prequel
49 terms
19th Century British Novels
"Sir William Lucas had formerly in tra…
"Mr. Bingley inherited property to the…
"I have an excessive regard for Jane B…
"It is a truth universally acknowledge…
Pride and Prejudice
Pride and Prejudice
Pride and Prejudice (Bingley Sister)
Pride and Prejudice
"Sir William Lucas had formerly in tra…
Pride and Prejudice
"Mr. Bingley inherited property to the…
Pride and Prejudice
Novel Study
Introduction
Exposition
Initiating Incident
Plot
Prologue or exposition
A narrative device, often used at the beginning of a work tha…
The single incident in the story's action without which there…
Sequence of events in a story
Introduction
Prologue or exposition
Exposition
A narrative device, often used at the beginning of a work tha…
Novel Study
antagonist
protagonist
major character
minor character
A person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
The main character in a story, often the hero or heroine.
A character with a significant role in the action of the story
Less important characters in the story; they interact with th…
antagonist
A person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
protagonist
The main character in a story, often the hero or heroine.
Novel Studies
Prospectors
Sacred
Garish
Shrill
Explorers
Worthy of Religious Respect
Loud and Flashy
High Pitched and Piercing in sound
Prospectors
Explorers
Sacred
Worthy of Religious Respect
Hatchet Novel Study Vocabulary
altitude
cockpit
transmitter
altimeter
height of an object above the Earth's surface... n. 高度
the space in an airplane where the pilot sits... n.驾驶室;斗鸡场
equipment that sends out a rescue signal... n.发射台;传送者,传输者
instrument that shows how high a plane is flying... n. 高度计
altitude
height of an object above the Earth's surface... n. 高度
cockpit
the space in an airplane where the pilot sits... n.驾驶室;斗鸡场
Novel study
Skillet
Slave
Tax
Stump
A shallow pan with a handle; frying pan
A person who is owned by another person and has no freedom at…
Money charged by a city or country
A lower part of a tree or plant left in the ground after most…
Skillet
A shallow pan with a handle; frying pan
Slave
A person who is owned by another person and has no freedom at…
LA Novel Study
antagonist
protagonist
climax
background information
A person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
Main character in a story
That point in a plot that creates the greatest intensity, sus…
information that relates to the story to help us better under…
antagonist
A person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
protagonist
Main character in a story
LA Novel Study
antagonist
protagonist
climax
background information
A person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
Main character in a story
That point in a plot that creates the greatest intensity, sus…
information that relates to the story to help us better under…
antagonist
A person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
protagonist
Main character in a story
LA Novel Study
antagonist
protagonist
climax
background information
A person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
Main character in a story
That point in a plot that creates the greatest intensity, sus…
information that relates to the story to help us better under…
antagonist
A person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
protagonist
Main character in a story
novel study
trajectory
fidgety
evasive
smug
the path followed by a projectile flying or object moving und…
inclined fidget or movement; uneasy or restless/recklesd
trending to avoid commitment or self revelation
having or showing an excessive pride in oneself or ones achie…
trajectory
the path followed by a projectile flying or object moving und…
fidgety
inclined fidget or movement; uneasy or restless/recklesd
19 terms
British Novel Mid-Term (Libengood)
Queen Victoria
Victorian Era 1837-1901
Romantic Era approx 1800-1850
Regency/Georgian Era 1795-1837
Was a mother but hated being a mother, disliked children... Was…
Propriety... Conservative social behaviors... Industrial revolution
Artistic, musical, and intellectual movement... Europe, towards…
Named after Prince Regent... (Took place prior to the victorian…
Queen Victoria
Was a mother but hated being a mother, disliked children... Was…
Victorian Era 1837-1901
Propriety... Conservative social behaviors... Industrial revolution
British Novel S1 Vocabulary
Acquisitive
Arrogate
Banal
Belabor
Able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned with a…
To claim or take without right... Synonyms: expropriate, command…
Hackneyed, trite, commonplace... Synonyms: stale, insipid... Antony…
To work on excessively; to thrash soundly... Synonyms: overwork
Acquisitive
Able to get and retain ideas or information; concerned with a…
Arrogate
To claim or take without right... Synonyms: expropriate, command…
Novel Study
Characters
Theme
Key Elements (Plot)
Significance
...
In humanity , Love , Hope and Truth
It was once North America , Panem maintains high security for…
Rues Flowers: Rebellious,Respect ... The Woods: Inhumanity , sur…
Characters
...
Theme
In humanity , Love , Hope and Truth
LA Novel Study
Setting
Noun
Max
Kevin
When and where the story takes place
A person place or thing
The main character in Freak The Mighty
Maxwell's bestfriend
Setting
When and where the story takes place
Noun
A person place or thing
48 terms
British novel after 1945 Final
cryptozoology
silver bullet
deus ex machina
self-referential moment
animals that do not exist or have not been found
kills a narrative- explains away everything. Example: It was…
solves all problems and ties up everything neatly
a book you're reading that talks about the book you're readin…
cryptozoology
animals that do not exist or have not been found
silver bullet
kills a narrative- explains away everything. Example: It was…
7 terms
18th Century British Novel Midterm
Shamela
Pamela
Moll Flanders
Fantomina
Author: Henry Fielding... Published: 1741
Author: Samuel Richardson... Published: 1740
Author: Daniel Defoe... Published: 1722
Author: Eliza Haywood... Published: 1725
Shamela
Author: Henry Fielding... Published: 1741
Pamela
Author: Samuel Richardson... Published: 1740
British Lit: Final Novel Elements
Exposition
Rising action
Crisis
Climax
Explanation of events
Tension rises
Turning point
Point of highest tension
Exposition
Explanation of events
Rising action
Tension rises
14 terms
ENGL 247: The British Novel Final
Postcolonial Studies
Other
Free Indirect Discourse
Stream of Consciousness
The study of how colonial histories inform literary and cultu…
The social/psychological ways in which a group excludes/margi…
A narrative technique in which the perspective of a character…
A narrative technique that focuses on the immediate thoughts,…
Postcolonial Studies
The study of how colonial histories inform literary and cultu…
Other
The social/psychological ways in which a group excludes/margi…
186 terms
20th Century British Novel-- Final
Geography
Seasides
Women
1895, Grant Allen, "The Woman Who Did"
-where do characters travel to/from?... -some of them are very c…
-going to the sea, England is an island country... -Being Dead t…
-complex relationships of men to women... -modernism begins to t…
-50 Shades of Grey of that generation... -she has an affair, get…
Geography
-where do characters travel to/from?... -some of them are very c…
Seasides
-going to the sea, England is an island country... -Being Dead t…
13 terms
Novel study
Action
Author
Author's purpose
Character
What happen in story
The write of story , book
The author 's specific goal or reason for writing a certain b…
A fictional person who plays a part in a story or novel
Action
What happen in story
Author
The write of story , book
10 terms
novel study
noun... tachyon... definition: particles t…
adjective... scornful... definition: full…
adjective... plaintive... definittion: exp…
verb... smuggle... definition: to import o…
Furthermore, it was an open question whether cancellation of…
He smiled in a scornful way.
From the tents came loud angry cries and now plaintive groans.
It has details regarding the lengths the prisoners went to sm…
noun... tachyon... definition: particles t…
Furthermore, it was an open question whether cancellation of…
adjective... scornful... definition: full…
He smiled in a scornful way.
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