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American Poetry: Imagism, Ezra Pound & Amy Lowell

Pound: Born-Died 1885-1972 Born, Hailey, Idaho Died in Venice, Italy, with wife Olga Rudge Pound’s Poetry style – Modern verse–of ellipses to indicate panicky tone – “Make it new” – Magic moments, experimental; free verse; instant of time – “Poetry must be as well written as prose” – No fluff: minimalistic approach – Inspiration from…

English 1102 - Poetry

Speaker Not to be confused with the author. The persona, can either be participant (first person) or an observer (third person). Audience The reader or listener of poetry. Narrative poetry Poetry whose main function is to tell a story. Epic poetry A long narrative poem about the exploits of a hero. Folk epics Work originally…

Poetry Reading Test #4

The First section of the poem (lines 1-12), the speaker seeks to convey a feeling of contentment In context, “saddening” line 7 suggests that the clouds have become darker The speaker gives symbolic significance to which of the following? 1,2,3 only Lines 11 and 12 (the.. silence) are best understood to mean which of the…

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Harlem Renaissance Unit Test Poetry Themes

“Dream Variation” Aspirations “Elevator Boy” Lack of economic opportunities “For a Lady I Know” Racism reflected in religion “Golgotha is a Mountain” Racial / religious persecution “Harlem Wine” Life neglected due to racism “Hatred” Rejection of/ by race, religion, or rejected lover “I, Too” Pride in self “Incident” Traumatic experience “Long Gone” Freedom/ lack of…

American Lit:Confessional Poetry

Confessional Poetry The poetry of the personal or “I.” This style of writing emerged in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Erases distance between speaker and poet. Autobiographical, Narrative and highly emotive. more relaxed. Confessional poetry began from ___ to ___ 1950s – 1960s The subject of confessional poetry is often _____ that one experiences…

Poetry Game: Daffodils by William Wordsworth

“wandered” This means to go from place to place without a special reason, purpose, or direction. “oft” This means “Often”. “host” This means a large number of people or things. “but they out-did the sparkling waves in glee” This means that the daffodils danced more and seemed even happier than the waves in the water….

Time and Place Poetry Quotes

‘Where we…the sea’ Where the Picnic was Fire is a universal imagery of life briar is wild plant – similar to his wild and free emotions at the time establishes a pastoral image (One Quote) ‘Last relic of the band/Who came that day!’ Where the Picnic was merriment lost in time relics are religious/precious exclamation…

Crime Poetry -- Violence

‘Peter Grimes’ Victims suffer blows and bruises which eventually end in their brutal death. ‘Porphyria’s Lover’ The criminal explains calmly that ‘he found a thing to do’, and swiftly murders victim. ‘My Last Duchess’ The criminal cannot stand the victim’s perceived promiscuity, so commissions their death. ‘The Laboratory’ The violence is vividly imagined in this…

Oedipus the King/Tragedy/Amadeus

Tragedy Literal Meaning Tragedy literally means “Goat Song” Dithyrambic Poetry Tragedy had its beginnings in an improvisational type of poetry called dithyrambic poetry Who was dithyrambic poetry sung by? Dithyrambic poetry was sung by a group of dancers The chorus dressed up as satyrs and performed during festivals celebrating the god of Dionysus What was…

Poetry Terms (Consonance and Assonance)

metaphor comparing two things that are unlike simile comparing two unlike things using “like” or “as” hyperbole figurative language that uses an extreme exaggeration personification figurative language in which a non-living entity is given human characteristics alliteration when a series of words have the repeated first sound of a word rhyme when two words sound…

Romantic & Metaphysical Poetry

The writing of metaphysical poetry began during the – 1600s Of or relating to the transcendent or to a reality beyond what is perceptible/ abstract and theoretical reasoning Metaphysical To explore abstract concepts, the metaphysical poets use (2 things) Intellect and logic The central figure of the metaphysical movement John Donne Samuel Johnson criticized the…

The First Snowfall

Who is the speaker? the father, James Russell Lowell What is the setting? inside the house looking out of the window What is the subject? a father grieving over the death of his child’s death Who is the addressee? general audience What is the occasion? remembering the day his child was buried What kinds of…

Poetic Devices of Post-Colonial Poetry

Accent A certain word that stands out in the beat of the line. Allegory Interpreted to hide a hidden meaning Alliteration Occurrence of the same letter or sound Allusion An indirect reference that draws a certain thought to mind Anagogy A mystical or spiritual interpretation of a word or section Analogy Comparison between 2 things…

***poetry/emily dickinson

birth date of emily dickinson: december 10, 1830 date of death of emily dickinson: may 15, 1886 how did emily die? from bright’s disease – kidney failure where did she live her whole life? amherst, massachusetts emily’s relationships with family? dad – admired his “pure and terrible” heart, he encouraged her education (but not “crazy”…

Poetry: The Sorrow of True Love

Poet Edward Thomas Speaker Someone broken hearted Summary The speaker is talking of how love is positive until it ends and that is the true sorrow. Theme A broken heart Form 12 line sonnet Structure – enjambment – rhyming couplets Removed eternally from the sun’s law. last line Of drops that from remorse and pity…

Poetry of William Blake (all questions!)

Where in the poem does the speaker wonder if the tiger may have been created by God? What imagery tells us that the tiger could also be a demonic creation? Right at the middle the speaker wonders if the tiger was created by God. There is a lot of imagery that tells us the tiger…

Poem Voacb

Poetry Metaphors-Speak of one thing in terms of another All the world’s a stage Personification-to give human traits Imagery-Descriptive language that creates vivid impressions Sensory language- Provides details related to site sound taste touch smell in movement Sound devices-I would use a number of sound devices to achieve the musical quality Rhythm-Is the repetition of…

Poetry Midterm

Verse 1) Any single line of poetry 2) any composition written in separate lines of more or less regular rhythm, in contrast to prose Paraphrase Restatement in one’s own words of what one understands a poem to say or suggest. Similar to a summary, not as brief or simple. Subject The main topic of a…

Henry Longfellow, Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Born in Portland, Maine Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Watched ships while thinking Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Published first poem at 13 Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Went to Bowdoin College Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Knew foreign languages very well Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Married Mary Potter Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Became a professor at Bowdoin College Henry Wadsworth Longfellow…

MODERN: WAR POETRY

OWEN: Jeremy Paxman on contradiction The fascination of his life is his embodiment of contradictions. OWEN: Owen on being a soldier “It is a great life, you could not be visited by a band of friends half so fine as surround me here. OWEN: Guy Cuthbertson on tone This wobbling of tone between starkness and…

Fleur Adcock Poems

Choices Variety is essential to human happiness. Last Song That which humans deem as beautiful will eventually fade. Everything that we see as normal changes and shifts. Drowning A person’s soul should be preserved despite the severity of his/her crimes. (alt. interpretation: Resisting oppression and dying is healthier for the soul than submitting to it)….

Frankenstein/Poems/Romanticism

Literary Movement a time period in which a number of writers write in the same style, and their writing shares certain characteristics Time of Romanticism beginning of nineteenth century (1797-1832) Characteristics of Romantic Poetry -portrays/depicts an emotion -avoids “poetic discussion” (overused expressions; can only be used when subject matter of the poem prompts such use;…

Mock Epic: from TheRape of the Lock

Exulting rejoicing Repast meal Desist stop Recesses secluded or hidden places Titillating exciting; stimulating Dejects casts down; dispirits Nymphs young ladies Snuff powdered tobacco product sniffed or rubbed on the teeth and gums Omber card game for three players, popular in the eighteenth century Berries coffee beans While The Rape of the Lock was intended…

Literary Devices of Prose & Poetry

Setting The time and place in which the events of a literary work take place. Plot Structure: A. Exposition Gives background information on such things as character and setting. Plot Structure: B. Rising Action/Conflict A series of complications that develop Plot Structure: C. Crisis/Climax/Turning Point An accumulation of events that reach a turning point Plot…

Wordsworth AO3 and AO4

Wordsworth on poetry and emotions all good poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings […] recollected in tranquillity Wordsworth on truth poetry’s ‘object is truth’ Wordsworth on man and nature essentially adapted to each other Wordsworth on the survival of poetry is as immortal as the heart of man Pope the use of the…

Prentice Hall Literature Poetry Test Collection 6 and Alphabet Poem

Haiku a three-line Japanese verse form with a 5-7-5 syllable pattern, usually about nature Concrete Poem a poem with a shape that suggests it’s subject Limerick a humorous, rhyming, five line poem with a specific meter and rhyme scheme Basic Idea of Haiku to Describe a winter storm in a forest of deciduous trees. Basic…

POETRY- Good Friday (Am I a stone and not a sheep)

What is the context surrounding the poem? Rossetti’s religious beliefs- Good Friday is a Holy Day commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus. Attitudes towards women. What are the main themes shown throughout the poem? Extent of religious faith and the consequences/ rewards of it. Hope given through religious faith. How does Rossetti show these themes through…

Poem Analysis

My Last Duchess Robert Browning [1812-1889] -duke is speaking with an ambassador for a potential wife telling the story of how he killed his old wife (last duchess) because she expressed joy in everything, like compliments -talking while looking at painting of old wife -imagery, enjambment, caesura I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud William Wordsworth…

Imagist poetry

1900s time period in which the imagist movement was established. ezra pound one of imagists founders direct presentation of images using a limited amount of words what imagist poems concentrated on freeze a moment, capture its emotions what imagist poems hoped to do senses what imagist poems appealed to superfluous words, adjectives, abstractions what imagist…

T.S. Eliot: Macavity the mystery cat

T.S. Eliot Humorous poems T.S. Eliot More serious and complex poems T.S. Eliot Born in the U.S. but lived in England T.S. Eliot Teacher and bank clerk T.S. Eliot One of world’s leading poets T.S. Eliot Won Nobel prize in literature 1948 Briefly describe Macavity’s appearance. He’s long, ginger, has sunken eyes, deeply lined brow,…

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