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Father of English Poetry
Father of Le Morte d’ Artur
Father of English History
Escaoed the Murderers
Good Rulers of the Danes
Site of Martydom
Island of Medieval Fable
Archeological Site. Anglo Saxon artifacts.
Start of Romantic Period. Written by wordsworth/ Coleridge
Champion of the poor
Novelist & Travel Journalist
Prisioner of lilloutians
Master of WutheringHights
Most Popular English Shrine in Medieval Ages?
Shakespeare wrote what subgenres?
Plays & Sonnets
What is the purpose of the porters speach in Macbeth?
What was the 1st English “Short Story”?
How do you best fully conquer a country?
Conquer/ change its language
Where are the majority of Old English manuscripts?
Book of Exeter
Where does English come from?
What did Marie de Franc write?
What disability did John Milton overcome?
What is a beast Fable?
A Modest Proposal is about what country?
Which Romantics died before they reached their potential?
Byron, Keats, Shelly
An evaluation of a piece of writing.
Poem telling a story.
Over extended metaphor
no Rhyme. Has Iambic Pentameter
No Ryme. No Iambic Pentameter.
What is a Kenning?
Compound word describes 3rd unmentioned thing.
Poem that tells a story.
Story telling morals
On stage person can talk to themself… whisper…
Appearance of truth
addressing something that cant talk back
Main Character Dies
Stressed unstressed. 10 sylables.
Exaggeration for effect.
in drama, a character speaks alone on stage to allow his/her thoughts and ideas to be conveyed to the audience
Change something to fix ones needs.
Short saying. piece of truth.
poem takes place in country side or references shepards, ect.
18th century. Revival of classical ideas
In Media Res
Starts in the Middle of the Story
2 lines of poetry. Rhyme. Iambic Pentameter.
Referencing to future events
Pause or Break mid line of poetry.
Compound word describing a 3rd unmentioned word.
14 line poem.
3. Elizabethan/ Shakespearean
A short poem that expresses the personal feelings and thoughts of a single speaker
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
a brief statement written on a tomb or gravestone
a poem in which an imaginary speaker addresses an imaginary audience. revealing something. 1st person dialogue.
Starting Point for Elegy
Mead Hall for drinking & eating. Beowulf
“Get up and Bar the Door”
Supreme Nature Poet
Mystic Artist Poet
National Poet of Scotland
Saw truth in Beauty
Known for Satire
Trivial loss made immortal
Aesthetic “art for art sake”
Destroyed by Magic Sword
Well known biologist
English poet and painter
Leader of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
Start of Romantic Period
Who was murdered at Canterbury?
Thomas A Beckett
Beast Fables, Jungle book