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Structure and Meaning of Prose and Poetry
Anecdote
Chronological
Exposition
Sequence
A short, entertainjng story
In order by time sequence
Writing intended to describe, explain, or inform
A method of ordering ideas in steps, as in a process
Anecdote
A short, entertainjng story
Chronological
In order by time sequence
Structural Elements of Poetry and Prose
Poetry
Prose
Poetry
Prose
Written in lines
One sentence follows another
Lines grouped together to make stanzas or verses
Sentences are grouped into paragraphs
Poetry
Written in lines
Prose
One sentence follows another
STRUCTURE AND MEANING IN PROSE AND POETRY
A reader reads
A writer writes
A writer writes
A writer writes
to enjoy or be entertained
to persuade
to inform
to express strong feeling or emotion
A reader reads
to enjoy or be entertained
A writer writes
to persuade
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Unit 6: Structure and Meaning in Prose and Poetry
anecdote
bandwagon
bar graph
chronological
A short, entertaining story
An appeal to join the "winning side."
A graph used to show change in relationship at set points in…
In order by time sequence.
anecdote
A short, entertaining story
bandwagon
An appeal to join the "winning side."
34 terms
Unit 6: Structure and Meaning in Prose and Poetry
anecdote
bandwagon
bar graph
chronological
A short, entertaining story
An appeal to join the "winning side."
A graph used to show change in relationship at set points in…
In order by time sequence.
anecdote
A short, entertaining story
bandwagon
An appeal to join the "winning side."
33 terms
Part B and C Poetry, Syntax, and Structure - Juan
Meter
Scansion
Foot
Sonnet
Consistent rhythm, something we can tap our feet to. Meter co…
The process of labeling meter
One accented syllable with 1,2, or 3 or 0 unaccented syllables
14 lines of iambic pentameter
Meter
Consistent rhythm, something we can tap our feet to. Meter co…
Scansion
The process of labeling meter
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Understand purposes, structures, elements of US Prose, Poetry, and Drama of different movements.
colonial period
revolutionary period
romantic period
romanticism to transcendentalism
William Bradford-Mayflower Compact-hardships of crossing the…
Patrick Henry: Speech to the Virginia House of Burgess (GIVE…
Washington Irving: Ichabod Crane; Rip Van Winkle... James Fenimo…
Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau (On Waldon Pond-e…
colonial period
William Bradford-Mayflower Compact-hardships of crossing the…
revolutionary period
Patrick Henry: Speech to the Virginia House of Burgess (GIVE…
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Prose Plot & Character || Poetry Sound Devices, FoS, & Structure
Plot
Exposition
Rising action
Conflict
Sequence of events in a narrative constructed for artistic pu…
When background info, setting, & characters are given
(Complication); conflict is developed,suspense is created, an…
Interplay between opposing elements
Plot
Sequence of events in a narrative constructed for artistic pu…
Exposition
When background info, setting, & characters are given
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Elements of Prose Lit, Poetry: fig language, Poetic Structure
plot
simple narrative account
exposition
complication (rising action)
a sequence of events in a narrative that is carefully constru…
chronological description of real events thats purpose is to…
background info on the characters, setting, and other events…
conflict is developed, suspense is created, and foreshadowing…
plot
a sequence of events in a narrative that is carefully constru…
simple narrative account
chronological description of real events thats purpose is to…
PRAXIS 5039: Patterns, Structures, and Characteristics of Literary Genres (Poetry, Prose, & Nonfiction)
Ballad
Canto
Dramatic monologue
Elegy
A short poem, often written by an anonymous author, comprisin…
The main section of a long poem.
A poem in which a character speaks to listeners whose respons…
A mournful lament for the dead
Ballad
A short poem, often written by an anonymous author, comprisin…
Canto
The main section of a long poem.
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3.1 Structure, element, & themes of British & Commonwealth prose, poetry, & drama that are characteristic of particular Brit culture, regions,or historical period
Anglo-Saxon
Medieval
Renaissance & Elizabethan Period
Sir Edmund Spenser
spanning 6 cent., but produced only a lil lit. Beowulf (anoym…
Geoffrey Chaucer-Canterbury Tales. (Father of Eng lit) writte…
The most important lit period since it's synonymous w Shakesp…
dubbed the "Poet's Poet"; invented a variation of this Ita so…
Anglo-Saxon
spanning 6 cent., but produced only a lil lit. Beowulf (anoym…
Medieval
Geoffrey Chaucer-Canterbury Tales. (Father of Eng lit) writte…
Poetry or Prose?
poetry
poetry
poetry
poetry
written in stanzas
written in lines
more white space
may rhyme
poetry
written in stanzas
poetry
written in lines
Syntax and Grammatical Terms
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Antecedent
Antithesis
The regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
A rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
The word, phrase, or clause to which a pronoun refers.
A figure of speech in which opposing or contrasting ideas are…
Anaphora
The regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
Anastrophe
A rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
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Terminology: Syntax & Grammatical Terms
Anadiplosis
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Antecedent
repetition of the final words of a sentence or line at the be…
repetition of a word or phrase as the beginning of successive…
a rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
the word, phrase, or clause to which a pronoun refers
Anadiplosis
repetition of the final words of a sentence or line at the be…
Anaphora
repetition of a word or phrase as the beginning of successive…
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English IV AP Syntax and Grammatical terms
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Antecedent
Asyndeton
the regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
a rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
a figure of speech in which opposing or contrasting ideas are…
conjunctions are omitted, producing a fast-paced and rapid pr…
Anaphora
the regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
Anastrophe
a rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
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Poetry Terms- Language (words and syntax)
Denotation
Ambiguous word
Pun
Connotation
Explicit dictionary meaning(s) of a word
More than one meaning in a particular context
Sharp contrast of possible meanings of a word
Suggestive meanings and associations
Denotation
Explicit dictionary meaning(s) of a word
Ambiguous word
More than one meaning in a particular context
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Drama terms/dashed terms
Motif (general)
Classicism
Romanticism
Structure
Repetition of an image or idea in a work which is used to dev…
Movement in art, literature and music Reflecting the principl…
Movement that flourished in literature, philosophy, music and…
The organization and form of a work
Motif (general)
Repetition of an image or idea in a work which is used to dev…
Classicism
Movement in art, literature and music Reflecting the principl…
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AP English III Rhetorical Analysis Part IV
pun
reductio ad absurdum
rhetorical question
sarcasm
a play on words that often has comic effect. associated with…
the Latin for "to reduce to the absurd." This is a technique…
one that does not expect an explicit answer. It is used to po…
a comic technique that ridicules through caustic language. To…
pun
a play on words that often has comic effect. associated with…
reductio ad absurdum
the Latin for "to reduce to the absurd." This is a technique…
10:11-20
Rhetoric
Syntax
Ad hominem
Colloquial
The art of pursuasion
The grammatical structure lf prose or poetry
Argument that attacks the person and not the ideas
The use of slang in writing
Rhetoric
The art of pursuasion
Syntax
The grammatical structure lf prose or poetry
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Syntax and Grammatical Terms
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Antecedent
Antithesis
the regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
a rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
the word, phrase, or clause to which a pronoun refers.
a figure of speech in which opposing or contrasting ideas are…
Anaphora
the regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
Anastrophe
a rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
11-20 (structures and syntax techniques)
Loose/cummulative
periodic
simple
antithesis
makes complete sense if brought to a close before the actual…
(unlike loose sentence) not grammatically complete until the…
contains one subject and one verb
a rhetorical device in which two ideas are directly opposed (…
Loose/cummulative
makes complete sense if brought to a close before the actual…
periodic
(unlike loose sentence) not grammatically complete until the…
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syntax and grammatical terms
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Antecedent
Antithesis
The repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of succes…
inversion of the usual order of words
The word, phrase, or clause referred to by a pronoun.
A statement in which two opposing ideas are balanced
Anaphora
The repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of succes…
Anastrophe
inversion of the usual order of words
23 terms
Terminology: Syntax & Grammatical Terms
Anadiplosis
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Antecedent
repetition of the final words of a sentence or line at the be…
repetition of a word or phrase as the beginning of successive…
a rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
the word, phrase, or clause to which a pronoun refers
Anadiplosis
repetition of the final words of a sentence or line at the be…
Anaphora
repetition of a word or phrase as the beginning of successive…
Memorizing for prose and poetry
Structure
Diction
Syntax
Point of view
How are paragraphs structured? How are ideas developed? What…
Poetic or everyday language? Simple or complex?
Long or short? Varied or repetitive?
First or third person?
Structure
How are paragraphs structured? How are ideas developed? What…
Diction
Poetic or everyday language? Simple or complex?
Literary and Poetic Devices -- For poetry and prose (fiction)
alliteration
antagonist
indirect characterization
climax
She sells seashells by the seashore.
A character or force against which another character struggle…
The means by which writers present and reveal character. Writ…
The turning point of the action in the plot of a play or stor…
alliteration
She sells seashells by the seashore.
antagonist
A character or force against which another character struggle…
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Syntax and Grammatical Terms
Anaphora
anastrophe
antecedent
antithesis
regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the beginning
inversion of the normal order of the parts of sentence... "after…
the word, phrase, or clause to which a pronoun refers
figure of speech in which opposing or contrasting ideas are b…
Anaphora
regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the beginning
anastrophe
inversion of the normal order of the parts of sentence... "after…
24 terms
Poetry and prose
Alliteration
Character
Climax
Conflict
The repetition of a consonant sounds especially at the beginn…
An imaginary person that inhibits a literary work literary ch…
The turning point of the action in the plot of a play or stor…
A struggle between losing forces in the story or play usually…
Alliteration
The repetition of a consonant sounds especially at the beginn…
Character
An imaginary person that inhibits a literary work literary ch…
16 terms
Syntax and Grammatical Terms
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Antecedent
Antithesis
the regular repetition of the same of the same word or phrase…
a rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
the word, phrase, or clause to which a pronoun refers
a figure of speech in which opposing or contrasting ideas are…
Anaphora
the regular repetition of the same of the same word or phrase…
Anastrophe
a rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
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Literary Terms for Poetry Quiz #13, "My Country Awake" and "The Home" by Rabindranath Tagore and Prose Quiz #13, passage from Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert
periodic
conceit
passive voice
ballad
The main clause is at the end of the sentence and is preceded…
A fanciful expression, usually in the form of an extended met…
The voice used to indicate that the grammatical subject of th…
A narrative poem written in four-line stanzas, characterized…
periodic
The main clause is at the end of the sentence and is preceded…
conceit
A fanciful expression, usually in the form of an extended met…
Elements of Prose Vocabulary
drama
stage direction
theme
poetry
a composition in prose or verse presenting in dialogue a stor…
an instruction in the text of a play, especially one indicati…
the subject of a talk, a piece of writing, a person's thought…
literary work in which special intensity is given to the expr…
drama
a composition in prose or verse presenting in dialogue a stor…
stage direction
an instruction in the text of a play, especially one indicati…
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English Syntax and Grammatical Terms
anaphora
anastrophe
antecedent
antithesis
the regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
a rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
the word, phrase, or clause to which a pronoun refers E.x. "T…
a figure of speech in which opposing or contrasting ideas are…
anaphora
the regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
anastrophe
a rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
Syntax-Structure
Synathroesmus
Ellipsis
Asyndeton
Polysyndeton
A series of adjectives, piked up, often in the service of cri…
Omission of one or more ... words for conciseness or dramaw…
Omission of conjunctions from a series, particularly at the e…
Insertion of conjunctions before each word in a list
Synathroesmus
A series of adjectives, piked up, often in the service of cri…
Ellipsis
Omission of one or more ... words for conciseness or dramaw…
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Literary Terms for Poetry Quiz #4, "To His Coy Mistress" by Andrew Marvel and Prose Quiz #4, Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift
iambic tetrameter
hyperbole
slant rhyme
syllogism
A line of a verse with 4 feet (8 syllables).
A figure of speech that involves an exaggeration of ideas for…
Words that end in similar but not exact sounds.
A form of deductive reasoning consisting of a major premise,…
iambic tetrameter
A line of a verse with 4 feet (8 syllables).
hyperbole
A figure of speech that involves an exaggeration of ideas for…
12 terms
syntax and grammatical terms
clause
inversion
cumulative sentence
imperative
(grammar) an expression including a subject and verb but not…
A reversal of the usual order of words for a poetic feel... "Hi…
sentence that completes the main idea at the beginning of the…
sentence structure that gives command... go finish your homwork
clause
(grammar) an expression including a subject and verb but not…
inversion
A reversal of the usual order of words for a poetic feel... "Hi…
2 terms
Vocab Semester 1
LA 7 prose and poetry Terms
line of verse
stanza
Free Verse poetry
rhyme
one line of poetry
a visual group of verse
no rhyme pattern or verse pattern
words that sound the same
line of verse
one line of poetry
stanza
a visual group of verse
AP Lit Poetry and Prose Terms
antithesis
apostrophe
diction
didactic poem
a figure of speech characterized by strongly contrasting word…
a figure of speech in poetry in which someone (usually, but n…
the use of words in a literary work. Diction may be described…
a poem which is intended primarily to teach a lesson. The dis…
antithesis
a figure of speech characterized by strongly contrasting word…
apostrophe
a figure of speech in poetry in which someone (usually, but n…
15 terms
Syntax and Grammatical Terms
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Antecedent
Asyndeton
The regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
A rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
The word, phrase, or clause to which opposing or contrasting…
Conjunctions are omitted, producting a fast-paced and rapid p…
Anaphora
The regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
Anastrophe
A rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
15 terms
English IV AP Syntax and Grammatical terms
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Antecedent
Asyndeton
the regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
a rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
a figure of speech in which opposing or contrasting ideas are…
conjunctions are omitted, producing a fast-paced and rapid pr…
Anaphora
the regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
Anastrophe
a rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
Test #2: Figures of Speech, Form, Syntax, and Poetry
Allusion
Apostrophe
Euphemism
Hyperbole/Overstatement
A reference, explicit or indirect, to a well know person, pla…
A direct and explicit address to an absent person or non-huma…
An inoffensive expression used in place of a blunt one felt t…
A deliberate exaggeration or overstatement as a means of emph…
Allusion
A reference, explicit or indirect, to a well know person, pla…
Apostrophe
A direct and explicit address to an absent person or non-huma…
Unit Four Poetry
monologue
stanza
persona
rhyme
(n.) a speech by one actor; a long talk by one person
A group of lines in a poem
A complex set of characteristics that makes you unique
Correspondence of sound between words or the endings of words…
monologue
(n.) a speech by one actor; a long talk by one person
stanza
A group of lines in a poem
40 terms
Prose and Poetry
Parallelism
Balance
Synonymous
Antithesis
Gives similar grammatical structure to adjacent sentence elem…
Simple grammatical parallelism
Parallelism that repeats itself
Grammatical parallelism that contrasts ideas
Parallelism
Gives similar grammatical structure to adjacent sentence elem…
Balance
Simple grammatical parallelism
16 terms
Syntax and Grammatical Terms
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Antecedent
Antithesis
The regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
A rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
The word, phrase, or clause to which a pronoun refers.
A figure of speech in which opposing or contrasting ideas are…
Anaphora
The regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
Anastrophe
A rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
Poetry, Prose, and Drama (4th grade)
Prose
Poetry
Drama
Rhyme
Written or spoken language in its ordinary form, without metr…
Verse written to create a response of thoughts and feelings f…
A story that is written and intended to be acted out on stage
A word that sounds like another word
Prose
Written or spoken language in its ordinary form, without metr…
Poetry
Verse written to create a response of thoughts and feelings f…
Poetry, Drama, Prose Vocabulary
ballad
consonance
assonance
symbol
a poem that tells a story, often of a single historical or le…
the repetition in two or more words of the final consonants i…
the repetition of vowel sounds followed by different consonan…
something that has its own meaning but that stands for or rep…
ballad
a poem that tells a story, often of a single historical or le…
consonance
the repetition in two or more words of the final consonants i…
Poetry and Prose(4th grade)
Prose
Poetry
Rhyme
Verse
Written or spoken language in its ordinary form, without metr…
Verse written to create a response of thoughts and feelings f…
A word that sounds like another word
One of the lines of the poem
Prose
Written or spoken language in its ordinary form, without metr…
Poetry
Verse written to create a response of thoughts and feelings f…
18 terms
Syntax and Grammatical Terms
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Antecedent
Antithesis
The regulation of the same word or phrase used at the beginni…
A rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
The word, phrase, or clause to which a pronoun refers.
A figure of speech in which opposing or contrasting ideas are…
Anaphora
The regulation of the same word or phrase used at the beginni…
Anastrophe
A rhetorical term for the inversion of the normal order of th…
8 terms
Grammatical Terms
Antecedent
Clause
Ellipsis
Imperative
The which goes before, especially the word, phrase, or clause…
A group of words containing a subject and its verb that may o…
The omission of a word or several words necessary for a compl…
The mood of a verb that gives an order.
Antecedent
The which goes before, especially the word, phrase, or clause…
Clause
A group of words containing a subject and its verb that may o…
Syntax & Grammatical Terms
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Antecedent
Antithesis
the regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
Inversion of the natural or usual word order... "Ready are you?…
The word, phrase, or clause referred to by a pronoun.... "There'…
a figure of speech in which opposing ideas are balanced toget…
Anaphora
the regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
Anastrophe
Inversion of the natural or usual word order... "Ready are you?…
Poetry Vocabulary
Connotation
Denotation
Speaker
Tone
The emotional, imaginative, and symbolic meanings surrounding…
The literal or dictionary definition of a word.
The narrative voice of the poem. The speaker is not the autho…
The authors attitude towards his or her subject
Connotation
The emotional, imaginative, and symbolic meanings surrounding…
Denotation
The literal or dictionary definition of a word.
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