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Emo Short Stories and Mythlogy for the Common Freshman © 2006 by Mr. Mayers Pretty Powerful Poetry The Curious Incident of Mice and Men Literary Terms…Wait, what? IDK Vocabulary Grammar fo yo Grandma
Back Statue imagery Faulkner uses _______ to describe Miss Emily as a “fallen monument” or “idol”.
Crystal Stair Back Langston Hughes’ “Mother to Son” uses the image of what in order to contrast the realities of life?
Sherlock Holmes Back Christopher’s major influence in solving mysteries can be attributed to what literary character?
personification Back What is the process of providing human qualities to inanimate objects?
vex Back IDK what it means to annoy or irritate
adjective Back What is the part of speech? I took the longest flight out of Texas.
Hybris, or Excessive Pride Back Though Heracles suffered from excessive emotions, he did not suffer from what?
Returned love Back According to the speaker in “Luxury”, what does the speaker reveal as the ultimate luxury?
He cannot tell lies. Back Christopher’s inability to understand jokes is difficult because of what reason?
hyperbole Back “Seeing the whole world with the push of a button.”
apocryphal Back IDK what it means when something is false but seemingly true.
adverb Back What is the part of speech? They actively participated in the discussion of literature.
Cleaning of the Augean Stables Back Which of Heracles’ labors was the most degrading and did not officially count because he received payment for it?
Confident, stern, straightforward, motivation, persevering Back Name one tone that Hughes uses to illustrate the attitude of the speaker in “Mother to Son”?
Not give her a name Back In order to demonstrate the brotherhood of men and the threat of women towards that brotherhood, Steinbeck chooses to do what for Curley’s wife?
Tone Back Passionate, arrogant, insulting, personal, proud, and foreboding are all examples of what?
mollify Back IDK what it means to pacify or make less severe.
Predicate nominative Back The person who won was Elyssa. Elyssa is acting as the predicate nominative or predicate adjective of the sentence?
3rd Person Omniscient Back The “Lottery” is told through what point of view? (Be specific)
Rites of Passage Back In Naomi Shihab Nye’s “Making a Fist”, the speaker undergoes their own _______ in the line, “the borders we must cross separately.”
They allow him to be alone Back What does being an astronaut and Christopher’s post- apocalyptic dream have in common?
Foreshadow Back Christopher’s father telling Christopher not to continue with his investigations is example of what?
unfathomable Back IDK why Sarah would do something so terrible to someone; I cannot even conceive it.
Predicate adjective Back Finally, the scent of our dishwasher was lemony. lemony is acting as the predicate nominative or predicate adjective of the sentence?
Humans are prone to sin and evil Back What would be a central theme to the “The Black Cat” based on the actions of the protagonist of the story?
punctuation Back The poem is very unique in subject matter, what is strange about the words and lines of Emily Dickenson’s “I Died for Beauty”?
They are all round-static characters. Back What do Lennie, Curley, and Curley’s wife all have in common?
Allegory Back A story told in which the plot, characters, and setting all have a second level of meaning is called what?
coquettish Back IDK who keeps sending me these notes, but this playful behavior is a bit flirtatious.
Kaylin Back Reggie gave Kaylin a diamond ring for her birthday. What is the indirect object of the sentence?
Aim: How can we characterize the secondary characters in Of Mice and Men? Do Now: Complete the following sentence: Curley is…
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Start Game. Literally Literary Terms © 2006 by Mr. Mayers Literally Literary Terms, Too BAE Radley IDK Vocabulary Gramma fo’ yo’ Grandma Gramma fo’ yo’
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