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10 terms
Literature Terms List 6
denotation
connotation
autobiography
biography
the literal or dictionary definition of a word
the feelings or emotions or associations surrounding a word
a form of non-fiction in which one person tells the story of…
a story of a person's life written by another person
denotation
the literal or dictionary definition of a word
connotation
the feelings or emotions or associations surrounding a word
9 terms
5/6 Literature Terms 3
VC/CV
metaphor
repetition
character sketch
divide words into syllables between consonants: crack-shot, b…
compares two things without using like or as
repeating words or phrases to create a rhythm or set a mood
is a short incident that reveals what a character is like. It…
VC/CV
divide words into syllables between consonants: crack-shot, b…
metaphor
compares two things without using like or as
12 terms
5/6 Literature Terms 2
analogy
skimming
scanning
simile
comparison that shows the relationship between words. May be…
is reading quickly to get the general idea of the selection
is searching quickly for a specific detail
compares two unlike things using the words like or as
analogy
comparison that shows the relationship between words. May be…
skimming
is reading quickly to get the general idea of the selection
15 terms
Literature Terms #6
editorial
spoof
testimonial
round character
An article giving opinions or perspectives
parody; imitation of a particular writer, artist or a genre,…
attempts to persuade the reader by using a famous person to e…
this character is fully developed - the writer reveals good a…
editorial
An article giving opinions or perspectives
spoof
parody; imitation of a particular writer, artist or a genre,…
20 terms
Literature Terms DW6
fiction
short story
novel
plot
a story based on the imagination and not necessarily on fact
a story that focuses on a single idea and can be read quicky
focuses on several ideas and is a longer story
the series of events in a story
fiction
a story based on the imagination and not necessarily on fact
short story
a story that focuses on a single idea and can be read quicky
20 terms
Literature 6 - Poetry Terms
Alliteration
Ballad
Couplet
Free Verse
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
A type of narrative poem that tells a story and was originall…
A rhymed pair of lines
Poetry without regular patterns of rhyme and rhythm
Alliteration
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
Ballad
A type of narrative poem that tells a story and was originall…
15 terms
Literature Terms Week 6
advocate
carping
demeanor
elusive
verb: to support; to be in favor of
adj: complaining
noun: behavior
adj: hard to understand or grasp; baffling
advocate
verb: to support; to be in favor of
carping
adj: complaining
10 terms
AP Literature Terms 6
parody
pedantic
periodic sentence
periphrasis
exaggerated imitation of a serious work for humorous purposes…
adjective that describes words, phrases, or general tone that…
When the main idea is not completed until the end of the sent…
use of excessive and longer words to convey a meaning which c…
parody
exaggerated imitation of a serious work for humorous purposes…
pedantic
adjective that describes words, phrases, or general tone that…
10 terms
Literature Terms Week 6
Essay
Fable
Foil
Lyrical Poetry
formal or informal; a short piece of non-fiction prose that e…
a brief story in prose or verse that teaches a moral or pract…
character who is used as a contrast to another character brin…
poetry that focuses on expressing emotions or thoughts, rathe…
Essay
formal or informal; a short piece of non-fiction prose that e…
Fable
a brief story in prose or verse that teaches a moral or pract…
10 terms
5/6 Literature Terms 1
main idea
exaggeration
prefix
dialogue
tells the reader what the paragraph/story is about
making something seem greater than it actually is
a syllable placed in front of a base word, root, which change…
words that people say, always enclosed in quotation marks whe…
main idea
tells the reader what the paragraph/story is about
exaggeration
making something seem greater than it actually is
10 terms
AP Literature terms #6
Ode
Onomatopoeia
Oxymoron
Parable
A long, elaborate poem of varying line lengths with a serious…
The use sounds are similar to the noise that are represent fo…
Using contradiction in a manner that oddly make sense on a de…
A story or short narrative designed to reveal allegorically s…
Ode
A long, elaborate poem of varying line lengths with a serious…
Onomatopoeia
The use sounds are similar to the noise that are represent fo…
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Literature Terms List 6
denotation
connotation
autobiography
biography
the literal or dictionary definition of a word
the feelings or emotions or associations surrounding a word
a form of non-fiction in which one person tells the story of…
a story of a person's life written by another person
denotation
the literal or dictionary definition of a word
connotation
the feelings or emotions or associations surrounding a word
15 terms
literature terms 6
chimerical
coalesce
contrite
copious
existing only as the product of unchecked imagination; fantas…
combine, come together, merge
feeling or expressing sorrow for wrongdoings.
large in number or quantity (especially of discourse).
chimerical
existing only as the product of unchecked imagination; fantas…
coalesce
combine, come together, merge
20 terms
Literature 6 - Poetry Terms
Alliteration
Ballad
Couplet
Free Verse
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
A type of narrative poem that tells a story and was originall…
A rhymed pair of lines
Poetry without regular patterns of rhyme and rhythm
Alliteration
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
Ballad
A type of narrative poem that tells a story and was originall…
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Vocab 6 Literature Terms
Adaptation
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
a changed version of a work, altered to suit a new medium. (e…
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words…
a brief reference to a person, event, place, work of art, tha…
a comparison made between two objects, situations, or ideas t…
Adaptation
a changed version of a work, altered to suit a new medium. (e…
Alliteration
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words…
10 terms
Literature Terms List 6
denotation
connotation
autobiography
biography
the literal or dictionary definition of a word
the feelings or emotions or associations surrounding a word
a form of non-fiction in which one person tells the story of…
a story of a person's life written by another person
denotation
the literal or dictionary definition of a word
connotation
the feelings or emotions or associations surrounding a word
25 terms
Cultural literature Terms #6
1.) Francis of Assisi
2.) Franciscans
3.) Anne Frank
4.) free will
-A saint of the Roman Catholic Church who lived in Italy the…
-A religious order founded by Saint Francis of Assisi, known…
-A teenaged German Jewish girl who hid from the persecuting N…
-The ability to choose, think, and act voluntarily ... -To belie…
1.) Francis of Assisi
-A saint of the Roman Catholic Church who lived in Italy the…
2.) Franciscans
-A religious order founded by Saint Francis of Assisi, known…
20 terms
Literature 6 - Poetry Terms
Alliteration
Ballad
Couplet
Free Verse
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
A type of narrative poem that tells a story and was originall…
A rhymed pair of lines
Poetry without regular patterns of rhyme and rhythm
Alliteration
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
Ballad
A type of narrative poem that tells a story and was originall…
10 terms
AP Literature Terms 6
Ode
Onomatopoeia
Oxymoron
Parable
a long, elaborate poem of varying lengths with a serious subj…
the use of sounds that are similar to the noise they present…
using contradiction in a manner that oddly makes sense on a d…
a story or short narrative designed to reveal allegorically s…
Ode
a long, elaborate poem of varying lengths with a serious subj…
Onomatopoeia
the use of sounds that are similar to the noise they present…
55 terms
#1-6 literature terms
a, ab, abs
ad, a, ac, af, ag, an, ar, at, as
bi, bis
circum
away, from
to, toward
two
around
a, ab, abs
away, from
ad, a, ac, af, ag, an, ar, at, as
to, toward
10 terms
ap literature terms 6
parody
pedantic
periodic sentence
periphrasis
an imitation of the style of a particular writer, artist, or…
ostentatious in one's learning; overscrupulous
has the main clause or predicate at the end; a sentence that,…
the use of indirect and circumlocutory speech or writing; the…
parody
an imitation of the style of a particular writer, artist, or…
pedantic
ostentatious in one's learning; overscrupulous
American Literature terms #6
Jargon
Colloquial
Parable
Epithet
The special technical language of any trade, profession, or b…
The use of the kinds of expression and grammar associated wit…
A short narrative devised to give a clear demonstration of a…
An adjective or adjectival phrase which defines a special qua…
Jargon
The special technical language of any trade, profession, or b…
Colloquial
The use of the kinds of expression and grammar associated wit…
105 terms
Literature Terms 1-6
acute
Conceived
Resembled
Sufficient
Severe
Thought of
Looked like
Enough
acute
Severe
Conceived
Thought of
20 terms
Literature 6 - Poetry Terms
Alliteration
Ballad
Couplet
Free Verse
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
A type of narrative poem that tells a story and was originall…
A rhymed pair of lines
Poetry without regular patterns of rhyme and rhythm
Alliteration
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
Ballad
A type of narrative poem that tells a story and was originall…
20 terms
Literature 6 - Poetry Terms
Alliteration
Ballad
Couplet
Free Verse
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
A type of narrative poem that tells a story and was originall…
A rhymed pair of lines
Poetry without regular patterns of rhyme and rhythm
Alliteration
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
Ballad
A type of narrative poem that tells a story and was originall…
20 terms
Literature 6 - Poetry Terms
Alliteration
Ballad
Couplet
Free Verse
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
A type of narrative poem that tells a story and was originall…
A rhymed pair of lines
Poetry without regular patterns of rhyme and rhythm
Alliteration
The repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
Ballad
A type of narrative poem that tells a story and was originall…
18 terms
Literature chapter 6 terms
Onomatopeia
External conflict
Internal conflict
Assonance
Words that sound like what they mean.
Conflict between a charcter and an outside force such as soci…
Conflict within a charter's mindbwtween opposing thoughts snd…
The repetition of similar vowel sounds in a series of words.
Onomatopeia
Words that sound like what they mean.
External conflict
Conflict between a charcter and an outside force such as soci…
26 terms
Literature Unit 6 Terms
Rhyme
Rhythm
Onomatopoeia
End Ryme
The correspondence of sounds.
The regular recurrence of sound.
This is using words which sound like what they mean. (growl,…
This is the repetition of the accented or stress vowel sound…
Rhyme
The correspondence of sounds.
Rhythm
The regular recurrence of sound.
Literature Terms Quiz #6
Anthimeria
Metonymy
Mixed metaphor
Didactic
The substitution of one part of speech for another, often tur…
A figure of speech in which one word or phrase is substituted…
is a metaphor that has gotten out of control and mixes its te…
A term used to describe fiction or nonfiction that teaches a…
Anthimeria
The substitution of one part of speech for another, often tur…
Metonymy
A figure of speech in which one word or phrase is substituted…
14 terms
Literature chapter 6 terms
oral tradition
theme
universal theme
heroes and heroines
includes legends, myths, and folk tales; the sharing of these…
a central idea, message, or insight that is revealed within a…
the theme can be seen in stories in many different cultures;…
larger than life figures whose virtues and deeds are often ce…
oral tradition
includes legends, myths, and folk tales; the sharing of these…
theme
a central idea, message, or insight that is revealed within a…
20 terms
Unit 6 Literature Terms
argument
claim
support
counter
an issue on which people can take a position and support it w…
the writer's or speaker's position on an issue
the reasons and evidence that support the claim
to oppose or act against something
argument
an issue on which people can take a position and support it w…
claim
the writer's or speaker's position on an issue
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Literature Terms for Unit 6
A seeming contradiction
The contrast between what is reasonabl…
He contrast between a reader's knowled…
Language that means something other th…
Paradox
Situational irony
Dramatic irony
Verbal irony
A seeming contradiction
Paradox
The contrast between what is reasonabl…
Situational irony
15 terms
Unit 6 Literature Terms
Oral Tradition
Universal Themes
Archetypes
Monster (As an archetype in literature)
The passing of stories, poems, and sayings, by word of mouth,…
Themes that are true for many different times and many differ…
Situations, characters, and images that appear in many differ…
A non-human creature that is destroyed by the hero of the sto…
Oral Tradition
The passing of stories, poems, and sayings, by word of mouth,…
Universal Themes
Themes that are true for many different times and many differ…
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Literature terms(unit6)
Who was the author of the Eve of St. A…
Who was the author of Ozymandias?
Who was the author of She Walks in Bea…
Who was the author of Rime of the Anci…
Keats
Shelley
Byron
Coleridge
Who was the author of the Eve of St. A…
Keats
Who was the author of Ozymandias?
Shelley
22 terms
Literature Terms
antagonist
protagonist
figurative language
irony
Character that is a source of conflict.... (The opponent or enem…
the character that is trying to solve the problem of the story
language that represents one thing in terms of something diss…
the difference between reality and perception
antagonist
Character that is a source of conflict.... (The opponent or enem…
protagonist
the character that is trying to solve the problem of the story
21 terms
Literature Terms Part 6 DT
refrain
resolution
rhyme
rhythm
A line or set of lines repeated several times over the course…
End of the story where loose ends are tied up
Repetition of sounds at the end of words
Pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables;... Musical quality…
refrain
A line or set of lines repeated several times over the course…
resolution
End of the story where loose ends are tied up
17 terms
AP Literature Lit. Terms #6
Inversion
Irony
Verbal Irony
Situational Irony
the reversal of the normal word order in a sentence or phrase.
a discrepancy between appearances and reality.
occurs when someone says one thing but really means something…
takes place when there is a discrepancy between what is expec…
Inversion
the reversal of the normal word order in a sentence or phrase.
Irony
a discrepancy between appearances and reality.
38 terms
Literature Terms
context
academic word
allusion
literary text
The parts before or after a word or statement that influence…
learning word
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
passage based on imagination or reality that tells a story
context
The parts before or after a word or statement that influence…
academic word
learning word
37 terms
British Literature Poetry Terms (9/6)
allegory
alliteration
allusion
analysis
A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
A detailed examination of the elements or structure of someth…
allegory
A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
alliteration
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
16 terms
AP Literature Literary Terms 6
allusion
cadence
caesura
carpe diem
brief, often direct reference to a person, place, event, or w…
sound pattern that precedes a marked pause or the end of a se…
a pause of break in a line of verse
"seize the day"- a motif in poetry- the idea that one should…
allusion
brief, often direct reference to a person, place, event, or w…
cadence
sound pattern that precedes a marked pause or the end of a se…
29 terms
Literature Terms Unit 5 & 6
Converging
Optimistic
Aptitude
Infinitely
Come together from different directions so as eventually to m…
Hopeful about the future.
Natural ability.
Extremely, greatly.
Converging
Come together from different directions so as eventually to m…
Optimistic
Hopeful about the future.
20 terms
Unit 6 Vocab Terms ~ Literature
Abashed
Aloof
Anguish
Articulate
Embarrassed, ashamed, nonpulsed
Withdrawn, standing apart from others by choice
Great mental suffering, distress, pain
To pronounce distinctly, to express well in words
Abashed
Embarrassed, ashamed, nonpulsed
Aloof
Withdrawn, standing apart from others by choice
30 terms
Literature Terms
antagonist
characterization
climax
conflict,
The opponent or enemy of the main character, or protagonist.
The means through which an author reveals a character's perso…
The point in a play, novel, short story, or narrative poem at…
A struggle between opposing forces. A conflict may be externa…
antagonist
The opponent or enemy of the main character, or protagonist.
characterization
The means through which an author reveals a character's perso…
10 terms
AP Literature Terms- week 6
Frame
Free Verse
Genre
Gothic Novel
An introductory part of a narrative that leads into another s…
Poetry without regular rhyme or meter
A specific type of literary work, such as fantasy or nonficti…
An English genre of fiction popular in the 18th to early 19th…
Frame
An introductory part of a narrative that leads into another s…
Free Verse
Poetry without regular rhyme or meter
36 terms
English and Literature Vocabulary Term 6
Inane
Gregarious
Impervious
Heinous
Silly or foolish
Super sociable or friendly
Not affected by
Evil
Inane
Silly or foolish
Gregarious
Super sociable or friendly
16 terms
AP Literature Literary Terms 6
allusion
cadence
caesura
carpe diem
brief, often direct reference to a person, place, event, or w…
sound pattern that precedes a marked pause or the end of a se…
a pause or break in a line of verse
"seize the day"-a motif in poetry- the idea that one should e…
allusion
brief, often direct reference to a person, place, event, or w…
cadence
sound pattern that precedes a marked pause or the end of a se…
10 terms
AP Literature Terms List #6
Ode
Onomatopoeia
Oxymoron
Parable
a long, elaborate poem
the use of sounds
using contradiction in a manner that oddly makes sense
a story designed to reveal some religious principle
Ode
a long, elaborate poem
Onomatopoeia
the use of sounds
10 terms
AP Literature Terms List 6
Adulation
Censure
Dissemble
Dissimulation
Flattery
Express severe disapproval
Conceal one's true motives
Concealment of one's thoughts
Adulation
Flattery
Censure
Express severe disapproval
59 terms
Literature terms list 1-6
Climax
Conclusion
Exposition
Foreshadowing
The turning point or high point of interest in a story or play
This is how the story ends
The beginning of a plot in a short story or play
The use of clues to hint what is going to happen later in the…
Climax
The turning point or high point of interest in a story or play
Conclusion
This is how the story ends
21 terms
Ch. 6 Literature testing terms
Short stories
Novels
Sound structures
Rhyme
short prose fictional works focusing on unity of characteriza…
a fictional prose narrative of considerable length, has a plo…
give poetry its ear.... Rhyme, alliteration, assonance, and cons…
the coupling of words that sound alike-constitutes the most c…
Short stories
short prose fictional works focusing on unity of characteriza…
Novels
a fictional prose narrative of considerable length, has a plo…
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