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Claude Mckay Poems Essays

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Literary Terms (Examples)

Alliteration the repetition of similar sounds, usually consonants, in a group of words (“whose heart hung humble” -The Open Boat by Stephen Crane) Allusion a reference to a person, a place, an even, or a literary work that a writer expects a reader to recognize (“He dreamed of Thebes and Camelot and Priam’s Neighbors”-Miniver Cheevy…

English Poetry Timeline

the colonial era 17th Century in British colonies Primarily metaphysical and devotional Imitative and derivative of British poetry Famous poets: Anne Bradstreet (1st book of American poetry, 1650) Edward Taylor the “Connecticut Wits” Began at Yale in mid-18th century Primarily satirical in nature Patterned after famous British satirists such as Alexander Pope, Jonathan Swift, and…

History and Culture of Jamaica

Introduction Jamaica is the third most populous Anglophone country in the Americas after the United States and Canada. Although a small island in the Caribbean Sea, Jamaica is a melting pot of cultures from all around the world. From the beggining, the island was inhabited by ancient tribes with different coustoms, beliefs and backrounds. Since…

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Poetry: Forms and Types

Acrostic A poem in which the first letter of each line spells out a word, name, or phrase when read vertically. See Lewis Carroll’s “A Boat beneath a Sunny Sky.” Alexandrine In English, a 12-syllable iambic line adapted from French heroic verse. The last line of each stanza in Thomas Hardy’s “The Convergence of the…

AICE LIT Poetry- The Border Builder

Poem No sooner had one come down Than he began building again. My bricks, O my genuine bricks Made of my genuine blood! What would we be without borders? So which one are you? he said And stuck out his hand to me. Birth certificate? Passport? Which side are you on, which side? Merrily he…

Poetry Unit Test: Imagist Movement, Harlem Renaissance, Modern Poetry

Who founded the Imagist movement? Ezra Pound What are the four principles of Imagism? 1. Direct concentration on the “image”– the thing itself. 2. Use of common speech and language; always the precise word 3. Creation of new rhythms 4. Complete freedom in choice of subjects Who later influenced the movement and caused the founder…

The First Three Tests to Study

The narrator in Great Gatsby is ___________? Nick Carraway He (the narrator of Great Gatsby) moved est to purse the ________ trade in 1922. bond The mansion which was a “factual imitation” of Hotel de Ville in Normandy belonged to Gatsby The narrator (the Great Gatsby) lived on the _____________ (Which egg) of the Long…

Cyber high unit 2

wpm for a 12 grader 226-300 Mnemonics developing memory tricks to help remember a word Affixes roots, prefixes, and suffixes The California Language Arts Standards require that students will have read two million words each year on their own by 12th grade false Memoirs a book written by a famous person about their life and…

Major American Literature Time Periods

Native American Characteristics: c. 20,000 The literature is as diverse as the cultures that created it, but there are often common elements such as stories explaining creation or natural forces. Oral narratives: Myths; legends; songs; creation stories from groups such as the Zuni, Aztec, Navajo, Lakota, Seneca, Tlingit, Cherokee, Blackfoot, Cree, Inuit, and many more….

American Literature: Finals Study Guide

McKay The Harlem Dancer:blacktitle.jpg (12329 bytes) On “The Harlem Dancer” Eugenia W. Collier Perhaps the poems which showed most effectively the tragic consequences of oppression, and which speak most eloquently in a universal language, are the poems which present quick portraits of black individuals. Here one sees a close-up of the laborer in Cullen’s poem,…

Key Works of Literature, Art, & Music (APUSH)

Civil Disobedience: On the Duty of Civil Disobedience,” 1849 Henry David Thoreau wrote this essay where he expressed opposition to the Mexican War. He argued that individuals have a moral responsibility to oppose unjust laws & unjust actions by gov’ts. This essay influenced Dr. King’s philosophy of nonviolent … … . “Common Sense,” 1776 a…

CLEP American Literature

*Wished to return to more primitive principles, to simplicity, sobriety, religious earnestness, and personal self-control. *Aim was to purify church of England from “Popery” *Persecuted harshly by Charles I and Archbishop of Canterbury William Laud. *Established a Theocracy in the New World. *Believed education was a religious duty and founded schools, colleges and established printing…

Review Baker APUSH American Literature: African American Writers and the Harlem Renaissance

Paul Lawrence Dunbar Poems, including “Sympathy” – A-A poet who wrote in dialect as well as in standard English; found the dialect poems easy to publish in segregated late 19th century society; the others difficult; “Sympathy” portrays his frustration Booker T. Washington Up From Slavery – autobiography by educator who urged freed slaves to concentrate…

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…

6th Grade 7th Grade A Christmas Carol A Farewell to Arms A Hunger Artist A Lesson Before Dying African Religions and Philosophy Aint I a Woman Black Women and Feminism All Quiet On the Western Front Animal Dreams Bad Boy a Memoir Black Dog of Fate Bound Feet and Western Dress Burial Rites Catching Fire Changing My Mind Occasional Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway Confessions Cry the Beloved Country Discipline and Punish the Birth Of the Prison Don Quixote Book I Don Quixote Book II Donne Poems Doubt a Parable Dr Faustus Empire Falls Enders Game Fanny Hill Fear Of Flying For Whom the Bell Tolls Funny Boy Girl in Translation Heart Of Darkness In Love and Trouble Stories of Black Women Invisible Monsters Jonathan Swift Poems Keats Poems and Letters Literature Lolita Mark Twain Moby Dick Mrs Dalloway Poes Poetry Poes Short Stories Prometheus Pygmalion Ross Gay Poetry Rudyard Kipling Poems Short Stories of F Scott Fitzgerald Short Stories Of William Faulkner Short Tales of Joseph Conrad Sir Gawain and the Green Knight The Awakening The Book Thief The Canterbury Tales The Complete Poems of William Blake The Faerie Queene The Haunting Of Hill House The Jungle Book The Love Song Of J alfred Prufrock The Poetry of Li Young Lee The Poetry Of Robert Penn Warren The Rime of the Ancient Mariner The Romance Of Tristan The Satanic Verses The Sound and the Fury The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down The Sun also Rises Thirteen Reasons Why To Build a Fire To His Mistress Going To Bed Elegy 19 Treasure Island Ts Eliot Poems Twelve Years a Slave Uncle Toms Children W H auden Poems Waiting for Godot Walt Whitman Poems Wuthering Heights
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