2Elements of LitOMMEpicPoetryRomeo & Juliet100100100100100200200200200200300300300300300400400400400400500500500500500
3Elements of Literature– 100 A kind of writing that uses rhythmic language, including figurative language and imagery designed to appeal to emotion and imaginationEpic B. Short Story C. Drama D. Poetry E. Historical FictionD. Poetry
4Elements of Literature - 200 The basic situation, or exposition, of a short storya. introduces the characters and their conflictb. predicts what will ultimately happenc. summarizes all important occurrences
5Elements of Literature - 300 The climax of a storya. always comes in the final sentenceb. is the highest moment of emotional involvement for the readerc. refers to its messageb. is the highest moment of emotional involvement for the reader
6A. Epic Elements of Literature - 400 “Sing in me Muse, and through me tell the story/ of that man skilled in all ways of contending,/ the wanderer, harried for years on end, / after he plundered the stronghold/ on the proud height of Troy.”Epic B. Short Story C. Drama D. Poetry E. Historical FictionA. Epic
7Elements of Literature - 500 The essence of irony isa. fearb. surprisec. prided. hope
8Of Mice and Men- 100 The point of view the novel is written in is: a. 1st person point of view- told by character in the story using “I”b. 3rd person limited point of view- follows thoughts and actions of one characterc. Omniscient point of view- follows thoughts and actions of more than one character.
9Of Mice and Men- 200The exposition of the novel isa. Main Characters George and Lennie want to make enough money to buy their own ranch.b. George and Lennie have to be careful about Curley and Curley’s wife who want to make trouble for them and get them fired.c. Lennie accidently kills Curley’s wifeb. George and Lennie have to be careful about Curley and Curley’s wife
10Of Mice and Men- 300The theme of human desire for friendship is best shown througha. Crooks, Curley’s wife, old Candy and his dog, George and Lennie’s unusual friendshipb. Curley’s nastiness towards George and Lenniec. The violence in the novel: Carlson killing Candy’s dog, Lennie killing Curley’s wife, George killing Lennie.
11Of Mice and Men- 400Of Mice and Men is an example of historical fiction becausea. George and Lennie were real people and this is the real story of their lives.b. It is a fantasy story that could never really have happenedc. It deals with real events and attitudes of its time period, such as the Great Depression, migrant workers, discrimination, and the dust bowl
12Of Mice and Men- 500List 3 characteristics of an epic
13Epic – 100A long wandering or voyage usually marked by many changes of fortune. Anintellectual or spiritual wandering or quest. a. Odysseyb. Figurative Languagec. Personificationa. Odyssey
14“…until a third Dawn came with ringlets shining…” Epic - 200“…until a third Dawn came with ringlets shining…”a. Odysseyb. Figurative Languagec. Personification
15Epic - 300“…and he wept at last, his dear wife, clear and faithful, in his arms, longedfor as the sun-warmed earth is longed for by a swimmer spent in rough water where his ship went down under Poseidon’s bows, gale winds and tons of sea.”A. Homeric simileB. EpithetA. Homeric Simile
16“I am Odysseus, raider of cities Epic - 400“I am Odysseus, raider of citiesA. Homeric simileB. Epithet
17Name 3 Characteristics of an epic 1-The main character (or protagonist) is heroically larger than life, often the source and subject of legend or a national hero.2-The deeds of the hero are presented without favoritism, revealing his failings (or flaws) as well as his virtues (strengths)3-The action, often in battle, reveals the more-than-human strength of the heroes as they engage in acts of heroism and courage4-The setting covers several nations, the whole world, or even the universe 5- The episodes, even though they may be fictional, provide an explanation for some of the circumstances or events in the history of a nation or people6- The gods and lesser divinities play an active role in the outcome of actions7- All of the various adventures form an organic whole, where each event relates in some way to the central theme
18A comparison of two unlike object using like or as Poetry - 100A comparison of two unlike object using like or asa. Imageryb. Personificationc. Similed. Alliteration
19Poetry - 200Words/phrases that appeal to our senses to create a picture in our minda. Imageryb. Personificationc. Similed. Alliteration
20Poetry - 300An implied or expressed comparison between two dissimilar objects where one object is said to “be” anothera. Onomatopoeiab. Rhymec. Hyperboled. Metaphor
21Poetry - 400 Exaggeration to emphasize a point or to be humorous a. Onomatopoeiab. Rhymec. Hyperboled. Metaphor
22“This bud of love, by summer’s ripening breath.” Poetry - 500“This bud of love, by summer’s ripening breath.”A-simile C- direct metaphorB- implied metaphor D- extended metaphorB- implied metaphor
23Romeo and Juliet - 100 In the exposition of a play a. the situation out of which the conflict arises is set forthb. the conflict intensifies, time /sense of urgency importantc. hero makes a decision/action that starts him on a downward spirald. it is the reversal of the advancing heroe. opposition reaches full strength to defeat the weakened hero
24Romeo and Juliet - 200 In the rising action of a play a. the situation out of which the conflict arises is set forthb. the conflict intensifies, time /sense of urgency importantc. hero makes a decision/action that starts him on a downward spirald. it is the reversal of the advancing heroe. opposition reaches full strength to defeat the weakened hero
25Romeo and Juliet - 300Which of the following happens in the climax of Romeo and Juliet?a. Juliet kills herselfb. Romeo and Juliet, who come from feuding families, fall in lovec. Romeo kills Tybalt; Juliet refuses to marry Parisd. Juliet must take potion a day early; Romeo does not receive the Friar’s lettere. Romeo and Juliet marry; Tybalt sends Romeo a challenge to a duel.
26Romeo and Juliet - 400“My only love sprung from my only hate!Too early seen unknown, and known too late!Prodigious birth of love it is to meThat I must love a loathed enemy.”What does it mean and who said it?Juliet- to herself. She fell in love with Romeo before she knew who he was.
27Name 3 characteristics of a tragedy Romeo and Juliet - 500Name 3 characteristics of a tragedy1-The play must concern a serious subject.2-The tragedy must befall a conspicuous person; the character must be a great figure or one that is representative of a higher class. The tragic hero falls from a high place. 3-There must be a contrast between previous happiness and/or glory and fate met. 4-The calamities do not simply “happen” nor are they “sent”; they proceed mainly from the actions of men. Shakespeare’s tragic heroes are responsible for their own catastrophes. The incidents must be absolutely honest and without the element of coincidence or chance. What should happen must happen. 5-The play must lead up to and include the death of the hero, but before the hero meets defeat, first must come enlightenment. 6-The suffering and calamity are exceptional, striking, and unexpected. 7-The basic emotions in reaction to the tragedy are those of fear and pity, (pity for the suffering of the protagonist, and fear that we may meet the same fate.)
28FINAL JEOPARDY c. (Roberts 500) Which of the following is an example of a correctly formatted in-text citationa. (page 500, Roberts)b. (Roberts, page 500)c. (Roberts 500)d. (500 Roberts)c. (Roberts 500)