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American Literature: Civil War-Present Test 1 Paper

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Paper type: Essay, Subject: Emily Dickinson

Parent topic:

where did emily dickinson live and die?
amherst

what is a fascicle
a collection of poems

what type of rhyme is today/victory
slant rhyme

what type of poetry did walt whitman write
free verse

whos letter did walt whitman publish without consent
emerson

what was a reoccuring theme in walt whitmans poetry
nakedness

Smile O voluptuous cool-breath’d earth! is an example of….
personification

i am the poet of the body i am the poet of the ______
soul

after huckleberry fin stretched what did the widow do?
tell him about the bad place

why did huckleberry fin spin in a circle three times and stomp his foot
he killed a spider

what did twain critisize fenmore cooper for using too much
twig

because the lake was so clear the characters in roughing it called their trips on the river
ballon-voyages

what did the intruder in the church service in war prayer intend to do
reveal the unspoken prayer

why did the boy in chicamunga try to ride the soldier
he had seen it done before

what did the two sets of footprints symbolize
the advance and retreat

what was the name of the ship stephen crane was on that crashed?
the Commodore

who were the men that rowed in the open boat?
billie and the corrispondent

why did the men become angry at the man on the beach?
he wasnt doing anything

what were the correspondants first thoughts when he jumped in the water?
it was cold

what did the man say to the universe?
“sir I exist!”

what genre did charlotte perkins gilman write typically
feminism

why did the woman in the yellow wall paper think it was orriginally a nursery
because of the bars on the windows for children

in the night what did the pattern turn into
a woman

what seemed to follow the lady everywhere
the smell

what made the smooch on the wall
her creepin around it

what was whispering in mowing?
the syth

what was the image that was applied to the narrator in mending wall
gaps

“quote with a lot of dashes
emily dickenson

“I am the poet of the woman the same as the man
Walt Whitman

“some keep the sabbath going to church-
I keep it, staying at home-
emily dickenson

“tell the truth but tell it slant
emily dickenson

the soul selecters her own______
society

“much madness is divinest sense
emily dickenson

“hick sounding one
Mark Twain

“Oh Lord our God, help us to tear their soldiers to bloody shreads
Mark Twain

“good fences make good neighbors
Robert Frost

romanticism dates
1800-1840

renders reality less volume and detail
romanticism

prefers action to character
romanticism

reality does not impinge as frequently on the action of piece as in novel
romanticism

characters not as complexly related to each other or to their society
romanticism

human relationships tend to be narrowly or obsessively involved rather than displaying a range of human relationships
romanticism

origins and class of characters sometimes irrelevant sometimes a mystery
romanticism

often includes intense, overpowering emotion
romanticism

plot is highly colored, featuring astonishing events that have symbolic or allegorical import
romanticism

tends toward mythic, allegorical, or symbolic forms and heightened diction
romanticism

does not confine itself to what is known or even probable
romanticism

realism dates
1865-1915

character is more important than action and plot
realism

characters appear in the real complexity of temperament and motive
realism

they are in explicable relation to nature, to each other, to their social class, to their own past
realism

humans control their destinies, characters act on their environment rather than simply reacting to it
realism

renders reality closely and in comprehensive detail
realism

selective presentation of reality with an emphases on verisimilitude even at the expense of a well-made plot
realism

class is important
realism

viewed as a realization of democracy
realism

relations between people and society are explored
realism

the purpose of writing is to instruct and entertain
realism

diction is natural vernacular
realism

symbolism is controlled
realism

objectivity in presentation becomes increasingly important
realism

events will be plausible
realism

emphasis on the commonplace
realism

naturalism dates
1865-1915

believe in a deterministic universe
naturalism

think of human beings as complex machines
naturalism

characters often doomed by their own nature
naturalism

natural selection
naturalism

focuses more on the struggle to survive
naturalism

chickamauga
ambrose bierce

roughing it
mark twain

the war prayer
mark twain

the yellow wall paper
charolette perkins gilman

the open boat
stephen crane

the black riders
stephen crane

war is kind
stephen crane

mowing
robert frost

mending wall
robert frost

the death of the hired man
robert frost

the road not taken
robert frost

birches
robert frost

out-out
robert frost

fire and ice
robert frost

dessert places
robert frost

design
robert frost

where was walt whitman born
long island ny

where was ambrose bierce born
ohio

mark twain born?
mississippi

charlotte perkins gilman born?
Connecticut

stephen crane born?
florida

robert frost born?
new england (california)

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