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BHS MS. PENNELL 2013 Name that Term!
Identify the below example of a literary term … “Two dozen four-wheeled wagons could not have stirred the tonnage of that rock from where he wedged it over the doorsill.”
Identify the below example of a literary term … “Sing in me, Muse, and through me tell the story of that man skilled in all ways of contending, the wanderer …”
Identify the below example of a literary term … From the Invocation: Part 1 of Homer’s Odyssey “But not by will or by valor could he (Odysseus) save them (his men), and he (Odysseus) weathered many bitter days and nights in his deep heart at sea, while he fought only to save his life.”
Identify the below example of a literary term … “ My home is on the peaked sea-mark of Ithaca Under Mount Neion’s wind-blown robe of leaves … A rocky isle, but good for a boy’s training. ”
Identify the below example of a literary term … “I am Laertes’ son, Odysseus …” “Son of great Laertes, Odysseus, master mariner and soldier …”
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“Now Zeus the lord of cloud roused in the north … ” “Zeus, the son of crooked-minded Cronus …” “The servants armed themselves and all three took their place beside the master of battle.”
Identify the below example of a literary term … Odysseus Hercules Achilles Finn from Adventure Time Larger than life figures from history or legend who are epic literature’s (specifically epic poetry) central characters. These characters undertake long and dangerous voyages while demonstrating traits such as courage, loyalty, and honor that are valued by the society from which the work of literature originates.
Identify the below example of a literary term … Both the Illiad and the Odyssey are examples of this genre of literature. These are long narrative poems that tell the story of the deeds of gods or heroes. These works are elevated in style and usually follow certain patterns. The poet or bard usually begins by asking a muse – one of the beautiful nine black-haired daughters of Zeus -- for help.
Identify the below example of a literary term … The Hangover Step Brothers This is the End A literary work, typically a film or a play, written to amuse audiences. These works show characters that are in conflict with society. Plot twists that involve misunderstandings, deceptions, and concealed identities are typical of this genre of literature.
Identify the below example of a literary term … Wily temptresses Epic Heroes Knights in Shining Armor Earth Mothers Faithful Wives Villains and Traitors A character type that crosses time, cultures, societies, languages or other barriers – a prototype or model from which all things of the same kind are copied.
Identify the below example of a literary term … Script or words in a literary work spoken by characters or actors. “You are a ninny, or else you come from the other end of nowhere, telling me, mind the gods! We Cyclopes care not a whistle for your thundering Zeus or all the gods in bliss; we have more force by far.” Polyphemus, mighty Cyclops, son of Poseidon
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Identify the point of view in the below selection: "OFF THERE to the right--somewhere--is a large island," said Whitney." It's rather a mystery--" "What island is it?" Rainsford asked. "The old charts call it `Ship-Trap Island,"' Whitney replied." A suggestive name, isn't it? Sailors have a curious dread of the place. I don't know why. Some superstition--" "Can't see it," remarked Rainsford, trying to peer through the dank tropical night that was palpable as it pressed its thick warm blackness in upon the yacht. "You've good eyes," said Whitney, with a laugh," and I've seen you pick off a moose moving in the brown fall bush at four hundred yards, but even you can't see four miles or so through a moonless Caribbean night." "Nor four yards," admitted Rainsford. "Ugh! It's like moist black velvet." "It will be light enough in Rio," promised Whitney. "We should make it in a few days. I hope the jaguar guns have come from Purdey's. We should have some good hunting up the Amazon. Great sport, hunting."
Identify the below example of a literary term … A feeling or emotion created by the choice of words, the characters and their actions, and the setting. Imagery is often used to create this in a literary work. “By night our ship ran onward toward the Ocean’s bourne, the realm and region of the Men of Winter, hidden in mist and cloud. Never the flaming eye of Helios lights on those men at morning … ruinous night being rove over those wretches …”
Identify the below example of a literary term … There is nothing so strong or safe in an emergency of life as the simple truth. Charles Dickens A central message, idea, or truth found in a literary work. It refers to a universal statement about life and/or society that can be discerned from a text.
Identify the below example of a literary term … Encompasses the author’s attitude toward the subject and toward the audience implied in a literary work. This may be formal, informal, solemn, somber, playful, serious, ironic, condescending, or many other possible attitudes. Each piece of literature has at least one theme, or central question about a topic, and how the author approaches this theme within the literary work is known as this literary device. “And the trees all died. They were orange trees. I don’t know why they died; they just died. Something wrong with the soil possibly or maybe the stuff we got from the nursery wasn’t the best. We complained about it. So we’ve got thirty kids there, each kid had his or her own little tree to plant and we’ve got these thirty dead trees. All these kids looking at these little brown sticks, it was depressing.”
Identify the below example of a literary term … Oh, this rain It will continue Through the morning As I'm listening To the bells Of the cathedral I am thinking Of your voice... And of (the memory of) the midnight picnic Once upon a time Before the rain began... I finish up my coffee It's time to catch the train Suzanne Vega “Tom’s Diner”
Identify the below example of a literary term … Quagmire Family Guy Otto the Bus Driver Simpsons Peppermint Butler Adventure Time Thomas the Intern Regular Show The Zombies Walking Dead Montez Workaholics Nurse Joy Pokemon Mrs. Joe Great Expectations The Suitors the Odyssey A character that shows only one trait.
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A character or force in conflict with a main character or force in a literary work. The Joker Batman Venom Spiderman The Ice King Adventure Time The Geese Regular Show Frieza Dragonball Z Team Plasma Pokemon
Identify the below example of a literary term … “A man surfcasting on a point of rock for bass or mackerel, whipping his long rod to drop the sinker and the bait far out, will hook a fish and rip it from the surface to dangle wriggling through the air: so these (men) were born aloft in spasms toward the cliff.” Description of Scylla wrenching Odysseus’s men from the boats “Backward and down he went, letting the wine cup fall from his shocked hand. Like pipes his nostrils jetted crimson runnels, a river of mortal red, and one last kick upset his table knocking the bread and meat to soak in dusty blood.” Description of the death of Antinous, the suitor
Identify the below example of a literary term … Joe Gargery Great Expectations Anders Workaholics Princess Bubblegum Adventure Time Muscle Man (Mitch) Regular Show Pikachu Pokemon Daryl Dixon Walking Dead A character that shows many different traits such as faults and weaknesses.
Identify the below example of a literary term … Troy1860s IsmarusKent Land of the Lotus Eatersthe Marshes Island of the CyclopsThe Forge ErebusSatis House HadesThe Blue Boar Ae0liaLondon AeaeaPrison IthacaBarnard’s Inn OgygiaWemmick’s Castle
Identify the below example of a literary term … The main character of a literary work; the reader is meant to sympathize and identify with this character. Odysseus the Odyssey Pip Great Expectations Finn Adventure Time Ash Pokemon Rick Walking Dead
Identify the below example of a literary term … A character that does not change through out a literary work. Yoda Star Wars Swiper Dora the Explorer Poseidon Homer’s Odyssey Team Rocket Pokemon Shelby the Worm Adventure Time Jaggers Great Expectations
Formal division of lines in a poem or a poetic paragraph or unit. Odysseus to Telemachus by Joseph BrodskyJoseph Brodsky My dear Telemachus, The Trojan War is over now; I don't recall who won it. The Greeks, no doubt, for only they would leave so many dead so far from their own homeland. But still, my homeward way has proved too long. While we were wasting time there, old Poseidon, it almost seems, stretched and extended space. I don't know where I am or what this place can be. It would appear some filthy island, with bushes, buildings, and great grunting pigs. A garden choked with weeds; some queen or other. Grass and huge stones... Telemachus, my son! To a wanderer the faces of all islands resemble one another. And the mind trips, numbering waves; eyes, sore from sea horizons, run; and the flesh of water stuffs the ears. I can't remember how the war came out; even how old you are--I can't remember. Grow up, then, my Telemachus, grow strong. Only the gods know if we'll see each other again. You've long since ceased to be that babe before whom I reined in the plowing bullocks. Had it not been for Palamedes' trick we two would still be living in one household. But maybe he was right; away from me you are quite safe from all Oedipal passions, and your dreams, my Telemachus, are blameless.
Identify the below example of a literary term … Character that develops and grows throughout a literary work. Jake the Dog Adventure Time Mordecai Regular Show Goku Dragonball Z Lori Walking Dead Odysseus Homer’s Odyssey Wemmick Great Expectations
Identify the below example of a literary term … Death
Identify the below example of a literary term … The five small gravestones in the beginning of the novel Satis House Havisham herself Mrs. Joe herself The Mists on the Marsh The chains on the convicts London in the 1860s Ithaca The Tapestry or Shroud Penelope weaves for Laertes Odysseus’s Bow The Wine Dark Sea Something that represents itself concretely and something else (normally an abstraction) outside of itself.
Identify the below example of a literary term … Jimmy Fallon History of Rap with Justin Timberlake!