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BJU Elements of Literature: Unit 5: Fables

Folktale Short tale passed orally Fable Brief fanciful stories, have moral Beast fable Characters are animals Fairy tale Contains an element of magic, indefinite time and place Myth Explains how an aspect of life came to be Foil character Two characters with opposite personalities Archetype Recurring character, idea, or plot in fairytales Protagonist Main character…

English III – Unit 5: Regional Voices Realism in American Literature

realism a literary movement that began in America in 1865 and flourished until approximately 1890; the movement stressed the importance of defining realistic characters, settings, and situations in literature satire in literature, making fun of a human failing in an effort to bring it to light for the reader; often used to address a social…

literature unite review 7

poetry artfully compressed thought resulting in the elevated expression of ideas sestet a stanza of six lines stanza divisions of a poem based on thought, meter, or rhyme and usually recognized by the number of lines they contain rhythm a regular pace or beat rhyme scheme the pattern of rhyme sounds in a poem or…

Literature of Mainland Southeast Asia

Thailand Cambodia Laos Myanmar Vietnam 5 Countries that are included in Mainland Southeast Asia poetry The best expression of Thai literary genius is found in? klon’s pet ton The best known and most numerous poems are the elegantly expressed and very musical love songs known as? eight-line verses two stanzas 8 syllables 3 descriptions of…

Holt literature vocabulary and questions

Unpretentious Modest. Assuage Ease and calm. Incurred Brought upon oneself. Surreptitiously Sneakily or stealthily. Contemptuous Scornful. Describe the Lantins’ married life. Proposed to her and married her. She ran his household skillfully economically. What two tastes of Madame Lantin’s does Monsieur Lantin object to? Are fake jewelry and theater. How does the death of his…

Abeka English literature classics for Christians quiz 17

Dramatic monologue Soul in action Sir modred Idols of the king In memorium This better to have and lost Crossing the bar Iennysin Arthur Hallam Greatest sorrow of iennysin Idyll Domestic life Enoch anolen Sailor lost for 10 years Idols of the King There of war Passing of Arthur Sir bedinere throws sword Revenge Sir…

biomedical literature evaluation exam 1

What is medical literature? Any published work that involves the diagnosis, prevention, or treatment of a disease Why do we need to read primary literature? Formulate your own opinion Keep current with new drugs and diseases Apply drug information to different patients Find specific drug information What makes publishing important? EBM practice depends on publishing,…

GCSE English Literature Heroes Quotes w/Characters & Themes

Francis – Revenge And I know where to find him Francis – Guilt and Sin I stood there helplessly Francis – Good and Evil You were our hero even before the war Francis – Innocence and Childhood Took me in after father died Francis – Love and Hate Her words filled me with both love…

Period Introduction Quiz: Early Chinese Literature and Thought

The “Mandate from Heaven” was a way of justifying which of the following? shifts in power from one dynasty to another Which of the following media was NOT used for early Bronze Age writing paper What was the ancient Chinese Classic of Changes (the I Ching)? the divination text The earliest Chinese writing used characters…

AP Literature Sorrow-Fear-Worry Tone/ Attitude Words

Aggravated Annoyed; Irritated; Exasperated To become irritated or inflamed Agitated Excited; disturbed Anxious Full of mental distress or uneasiness because of fear of danger or misfortune Earnestly desirous; eager Apologetic Sorry; regretful atoning; contrite Apprehensive Uneasy or fearful about something that may happen Perceptive; discerning Concerned Interested or affected; troubled or anxious Having connection or…

Intro to the Old Testament: Exam 3 Wisdom Literature

Be able to give a general definition of Wisdom Literature — what forms does it take, to whom is it traditionally attributed, in what circles could it have been produced, what functions does it serve, etc.? Wisdom literature is a genre in biblical text that focuses on teaching lessons that apply universally, the Book of…

Literature Chart- Monsters are Due on Maple Street

Rod Serling Who is the author of Monters are Due on Maple Street? Science fiction What is the genre? Steve (sort of), Les Who are the protagonists? Charlie, Tommy, Don, aliens Who are the antagonists? fear (of aliens), confusion, and doubt What are the internal conflicts? Pete van Horn killed, power outage, and Tommy’s comic…

AP Literature Terms P4 (Litotes-Postmodernism)

Litotes A trope that involves making an affirmation by negating its opposite. “Not unkind” means “kind.” “Not bad” usually means “good.” Loose Sentence A complex sentence in which an independent clause is followed by one or more other elements. It is syntactically complete on the front end. These are less formal, more conversational, and more…

Literature Rime of the Ancient Mariner Vocabulary

allusion (definition) a reference to something famous allusion (example) Albatross is like Noah’s ark allusion (why) the reader is more familiar with the famous reference and can relate to what they are reading flashback (definition) a trip back to the past flashback (example) the story that the mariner is telling to the wedding guest about…

British Literature: Quiz 3 (16th Century)

Utopia (n) no place (literally); a fantastical vision of a New World free from society vices and ills Renaissance (n) the rebirth of art, culture, and intellect started in Italy after the Middle Ages Bastion (n) a fortified place, stronghold Comedy (n) a play that is primarily humorous Immoral (adj) not following accepted moral standards…

Assignment- #1.Nonfiction Literature:Helen Keller.Britney Hueser(:

confounding Confusing consciousness State of being conscious; awareness. factual Concerned with facts, or real occurrences; consisting of facts languor Lack of energy; weakness. plummet Weight fastened to a plumb line (a tool used to find the depth of water or to ensure that a line is exactly vertical). repentance Showing sorrow for wrongdoing. sounding line…

literature Greyling 6th grade

Why were the fisherman and his wife so sad? they wanted to have a baby why do you think Greyling was sad? I think Greyling was sad because he wanted to go in the ocean why did the fishermans wife never cry again? she finally had a child for 15 years and now she could…

World Literature Othello Quiz Act 3 Scene 3-4

How does Desdemona’s conversation with the clown affect the audience? It adds Comic Relief. Find the irony in Desdemona’s opening comment about Othello? She says that Othello never gets jealous, and when he comes up he’s is burning with jealousy. How would you characterize the first part of the dialogue between Othello and Desdemona? What…

The Epic of Gilgamesh Part 1 (Norton Anthology Of World Literature Volume A 3rd ed.)

Protagonist King Gilgamesh What fundamental human question does the epic hit death, friendship, nature, civilization, power, violence, adventure, homecomming, love, sexuality Where did the epic spread through? All over the Near East? When was it translated? second century BCE Most widespread Ancient work across cultures and languages … How long did it vanish 2000 years…

Introduction to Literature

allegory A symbolic fictional narrative that conveys a meaning not explicitly set forth in the narrative. Allegories typically describe situations and events or express abstract ideas in terms of material objects, persons, and actions. example: George Orwell’s novel Animal Farm (1945), which, under the guise of a fable about domestic animals, expresses the author’s disillusionment…

Literature Course 1 – All American Slurp – Onomatopoeia examples

The sheep went, “___.” Baa The best part about music class is that you can ___ on the drum. bang It is not unusual for a dog to ___ when visitors arrive. bark Silence your cellphone so that it does not ___ during the movie. beep Dad released a ___ from the pit of his…

Literature Chapter 6: Irony

Author of “The Golf Links Lie So Near the Mill” Anonymous Author of “Earth” John Hall Wheelock Author of “A Special Occasion” Joyce Cary Author of “A Considerable Speck” Robert Frost Author of “Letter from a West Texas Constituent” J. B. Lee Jr. Author of “Scylla Toothless” Anonymous Author of “At the Aquarium” Max Eastman…

Rules for reading imaginative literature

Structural rules Classify, unity, whole into parts Classify Identify what kind of fiction you are reading Unity Main problem the the author is trying to solve; its found in the plot and it almost always involves the main character; you should be able to express it in a sentence or two Whole into parts Literary…

American Literature: Witch trials (The Crucible)

Who is the author of the Crucible? Arthur Miller What are the main topics or ideas in the Crucible? Puritanism + Witchcraft + McCarthyism + Arthur Miller What is Puritanism -originated in England during early 1600s -believes in Predestination -split from Church of England in 1633 -> emigrated to America What did people in Salem…

The Enlightenment Period of American Literature Unit Test: English Honors III

What were the common beliefs of the American Enlightenment Period? The power of reason and science to further human progress. That a social contract should be the basics of government. That by nature people are born good, not evil. In the attainability of a perfect society. What was the format in which most of the…

English Literature and Composition Heroic Couplet – Transition

Heroic Couplet In poetry, a rhymed couplet written in iambic pentameter (five feet, each with one unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable). Hubris Insolence, arrogance, or pride. Hyperbole An extreme exaggeration for literary effect that is not mean to be interpreted literally. Iambic Pentameter A five-foot line made up of an unaccented follower by…

Backpack Literature Chapter 2

Total omniscience point of view in which the narrator knows everything about all of the characters and events in a story -can move freely from one character to another-generally writing in third person limited or selected omniscience point of view in which the narrator sees into the minds of some but not all the characters-…

American Literature Unit 4: The Modern Age 1915-1946

The “modern temper” was uncertain and distrustful of science and religion. True World War I proved that society had succeeded in bringing peace and happiness to everyone. False World War I was a worldwide struggle for political, economic, and military supremacy. True _______ was reluctant to involve itself in European affairs. America The large-scale loss…

Philippine Literature

Letter The word literature is derived from the Latin term “litera” which means Prose A form of language which applies ordinary grammatical structure and natural flow of speech rather than rhythmic structure The Monkey and The Turtle A sample of fable in Philippine Literature The Bikol Legend by Pio Duran A sample of fictitious narrative…

Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Literature

New England Journal of Medicine Primary Chest Primary Journal of the American Medical Associations Primary Archives of Internal Medicine Primary Journal of Clinical Oncology Primary Pharmacotherapy Primary Journal of Pediatric Pharmacy Practice Primary Annals of Pharmacotherapy Primary Hospital Pharmacy Primary American Journal of Health‐Systems Pharmacists Primary MEDLINE (via PubMed or Medline Complete Secondary OVID Secondary…

Excursions in Literature Unit 4

“Shago” told from what point of view first person what is significance of soldiers’ trumpets’ sounding at noon in “The Last Lesson” signaled the end of class and the end of M. Hamel’s time with them as a teacher main lesson that “Hastrman” teaches love is a priceless treasure that can’t be bought example of…

AP Literature Prompts for question 3

2012 “And, after all, our surroundings influence our lives and characters as much as fate, destiny or any supernatural agency.” Pauline Hopkins, Contending Forces Choose a novel or play in which cultural, physical, or geographical surroundings shape psychological or moral traits in a character. Then write a well-organized essay in which you analyze how surroundings…

How To Read Literature Like A Professor Chapter Answers

Chapter 1: Every Trip is a Quest (Except When it’s Not) 1. What five things does a quest consist of? • A “Quester” • A place to go • A stated reason to go there • Challenges and Trials • The REAL reason to go there 2. What is the real reason for a quest…

Literature in Childhood Education Final Review

Which of the following is not a major value of sharing literature with children? Curriculum modification Studies show that Children go through the same stages of language development although the rate of development varies. Using words, stories in rhyme, and acting out sounds and movement are important aspects of Language development Walter Loban’s research suggests…

Characteristics of Pre-Colonial Literature

European Persuasive tone European Very formal European Big words European Exaggerated European On-topic All Use of imagery European Purpose is to entice people to come to America Native American Unemotional Native American Focus on nature Native American Matter-of-fact Native American Simple Native American Somewhat religious Native American Oral tradition Native American Purpose is to honor…

Abeka 11th grade American literature, Test 10

James Weldon Johnson “She is not dead; She’s resting in the bosom of Jesus”. Jesse Stuart “After I’d seen the way my sister was beaten up, I begged to go to Lonesome Valley. “ Edgar Lee Masters “Life is too short for you – It takes life to love Life. “ Marian Anderson “I was…

Philippine literature (ppt)

The history of a nation can be learned in its constitution,its laws,and its political statements.To learn the history of a nation’s spirit,you must read its literature •Croghan 1977 Philippine Literature •in English reveals the spirit of a Filipino •this literature has learned to express in words that create memorable images sharing of human experiences,learn what…

Workplace Violence in the Workplace Sector: A Literature Review

Workplace violence is an emerging phenomenon that should be investigated. The nature of such violence and how it is affecting the workplace. The nature of workplace violence, the different methods being used to do it and how it affects the workers and their relationship with each other should be looked into.Historical Context of Workplace ViolenceV….

Criticism & Theory Chapter 2 Review of Related Literature and Studies

CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND INTRODUCTION The success of many fast-food chains in Metro Manila is largely due to the fact, that they are able to deliver the equality of services expected of them of the people who lead hurried lives. These people businessmen, executives, ordinary employees and workers, students and others, depend…

Hamlet’s Role In English Literature

Hamlet essay draft. William Shakespeare’s prominent role in English literature is accountable to his ability to reflect and challenge matters substantial to humanity; provoking the reverberation of similar feelings in the human psyche. The revenge-tragedy Hamlet, being the most examined and decoded text of Shakespeare’s, implements several elements that contribute to strengthening the revenge plots…

English Literature

By P Baburaj Senior Lecturer Dept. of English Sherubtse College, Bhutan MAC FLECKNOE – John Dryden In Restoration period, in 1660 was a nation divided against itself. The plague of 1665- 70,000 people died in London alone. In September 1666- The Great fire of London. 13, 000 houses destroyed. As mentioned England was in bad…

Role of Religion in Early American Literature

Role of Religion in Early American Literature American Literature, especially of the early settler and colonial period is marked by a deep sense of religion and a stress upon writing about matters related to religion. The development of early American literature thus can be seen to be a reflection of the religious ideals followed by…

Literature

What made JFK’s Inaugural Address so effective? Logos of customers who have attended courses Email Newsletter icon, E-mail Newsletter icon, Email List icon, E-mail List icon Sign up for our Email Newsletter FREE weekly newsletter with presentation tips, humor, quotes & anecdotes you can use in your very next speech or presentation. Simply place your…

Importance of Literature

Literature reminds us of stories, epics, sacred scriptures and classical works of the ancient and modern times. Literature is defined as the body of written works of a language, period or culture, produced by scholars and researchers, specialized in a given field. Why is literature important? Let us see. As stated in the quotation by…

Periods of English Literature

For convenience of discussion, historians divide the continuity of English literature into segments of time that are called “periods. ” The exact number, dates, and names of these periods vary,but the list below conforms to widespread practice. The list is followed by a brief comment on each period, in chronological order. 450-1066 Old English (or…

Love And Frienship Book English Literature Essay Essay Example

Love And Frienship Book English Literature Essay Introduction Once I finished of reading the books was really hard for me choose a subject to compose, notwithstanding the first things that came to my head was the frienship and love that are two of the chief facets of each books because without it both books might…

CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 21 TOURISM MOTIVATION TO VISIT ZERMATT IN

CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 TOURISM MOTIVATION TO VISIT ZERMATT IN SUMMER: Americans feel really motivated for coming to Zermatt in summer because of the unique environment and the variety of activities they can do. Few places can match its combination of excellent advanced and intermediate slopes, reliable snow, magnificent scenery, Alpine charm and mountain…

LITERATURE REVIEW OF IMAGE SEGMENTATION TECHNIQUESDiabetic foot

LITERATURE REVIEW OF IMAGE SEGMENTATION TECHNIQUES: Diabetic foot ulcer on a patient is been identified by several process of implementation. Before segmentation, identification is carried over for identifying the damaged tissue and the location of the nerve damage by SVM based identification and foot anthropometry by using hyper spectral imaging process [7][8]. Segmentation on foot…

Chapter 2 Literature Survey21 Literature Survey211 Paper Title

Chapter 2: Literature Survey 2.1 Literature Survey: 2.1.1 Paper Title: “Smart and Efficient Personal Car Assistant System.” [1] Author: Komal Tikone et al. Abstract: India was the fourth largest motor vehicle/car manufacturer in the world in 2016. The growth rate of car ownership is raising big time in India. Presently, the average level of ownership…

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