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Realism Jeopardy The 1800’s Realism, Regionalism, or Naturalism Literary Terms Name that Realist Work Fill in the Blank
“My Bondage and My Freedom”
“The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County”
First American exposé documentary written by Jacob Riis
“How the Other Half Lives” Back
Charles Darwin wrote this text which inspired the Naturalist literary movement.
Origin of Species Back
Realism focuses on the life of the _____ man.
Type of irony in which the audience knows something the characters do not know
Dramatic Irony Back
Type of irony in which what is said has an opposite meaning of what is meant
Verbal Irony Back
Literary reflection of Regional landscapes and cultures
Local Color Back
Boom of new technology and industry in the North.
Industrial Revolution Back
In “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” protagonist Peyton Farquhar had _____ illusions of survival. (Hint: Associated with Literary Movement)
Romantic/ Transcendental Back
“He was a Federal Scout”
“An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” Back
“She was not satisfied in simply doing as well as her husband had commanded her, but she seemed resolved to better his instruction.”
“My Bondage and My Freedom” Back
“Thish-yer Smiley had a mare- the boys called her the fifteen minute nag…”
“The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County” Back
He wrote the Communist Manifesto
Karl Marx Back
Story structure in which one story is imbedded in another.
Frame Structure Back
In “To Build a Fire,” what advice does the man fail to follow?
Never travel alone in the Klondike Back
Term or phrase reflecting the dialect of a certain region
Who is the narrator of “The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County?”
Educated observer Back
Social Darwinists view humans as _____ competing for scarce_____.
animals/ resources Back
“An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge”
Realism or Naturalism Back
“To Build a Fire”
Frederick Douglass was a slave owned by the _____ family.
Realism was a response to this American event
The Civil War Back
Naturalist stories usually end in _____.
THIS IS With Host... Your Background An Episode of War/Frederick Douglass Owl Creek Bridge Jumping Frog Outcasts of Poker Flat.
“An occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” PowerPoint by: Amanda Rogers & Devin Harris.
The Civil War and Postwar Period Frederick Douglass “The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
Jeopardy VocabularyCausesRealismRegionalismNaturalism Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Realism Bellringer #93/14/13 Directions: Start these bellringers on a new sheet of paper. Use your Satire notes from yesterday to answer these questions.
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge By Ambrose Bierce.
American Reality Realism Naturalism Regionalism. Definition A literary style that portrays real life without filtering it through personal feelings, romanticism,
The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County. Literary Focus: Humor and Regionalism Humor: literature purposely meant to entertain All types of humor.
Realism Unit Test: Review The Authors _____ wrote about the dangers of the Yukon. Jack London _____ used humor and dialect and wrote under.
American Realism. What is Realism? Influenced by the Civil War and westward expansion. A reaction to the improbable plots and language found in Romanticism.
?. Quick Language Quiz People who live in the same part of the country develop their own ways of speaking or dialects. Dialects differ from each other.
American Realism UNIT GOAL: Write an expository essay that evaluates how REALIST artists and author’s effectively use ethos, pathos, and/or logos to communicate.
Prolific journalist and short story writer Born in Ohio in June 1842 He later enrolled in the Kentucky Military Institute – Served as an Union sergeant.
The Rise of Realism 1860s-1900s. The Rise of Realism The Civil War brought an end to the Romantic Era. The harsh realities of war paved the way to a more.
Realism Bellringer # Directions: Start this on a new sheet of paper. Use your notes on Realism to help you answer the following questions. 1.What.
Civil War/Exploration Literature American Literature.
Realism Movement of American Literature Shannon Luster; 11 th grade English.
This & That Bailey Or Douglass Historical Tidbits Odds.
“The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County” By Mark Twain.
Mark Twain. Samuel Langhorne Clemens grew up in Hannibal, Missouri formal education ended at 12 (father died 1847) as a young man, a riverboat pilot on.
Realism ( ) English III Ms. Eyberg, Ms. Foreman, and Ms. Guzman.
“An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” Exploring the use of Irony in Literature.
A Look at the Literature of Mark Twain Excerpt from The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Life on the Mississippi The Jumping Frog of Calaveras County.
In the 1830s Northern abolitionists began to agitate for an end to slavery.
Realism American Literature. Realism reaction to Romantic ideals of the previous generation(s). defined as "the faithful representation of reality”. Realist.
“An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” Ambrose Bierce.
Realism: the depiction of life as most people live and know it; portrays ordinary life precisely.
BY: MARK TWAIN “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County”
Ambrose Bierce. Born: 1842, January 24 th in Horse Cave Creek, Meigs County, Ohio. He was the 10 th of 13 children in a very poor family. Death: Unknown.
Verisimilitude (ver-uh-si-mil-i-tood, -tyood), noun: the appearance of truth or reality.
American Regionalism, Realism, and Naturalism.
By: Kate Chopin. Had a conservative, aristocratic upbringing. Became one of the most powerful and controversial writers of her time.
Mark Twain “THE NOTORIOUS JUMPING FROG OF CALAVERAS COUNTY”
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Introduction.
Unit EQ How does realism reflect cultural beliefs, expectations and changes?
A literary trend where writers depicted life and people as they were. They wrote about everyday activities and experiences.
Excerpt # 1 To Build a Fire by Jack London Naturalism literature Excerpt # 2 Rip Van Winkle by Washington Irving, 1819 Romantic literature Rip Van Winkle,
LITERARY TERMS. Plot The story line Setting When and where the story takes place.
PRELIMINARY DETAILS Name of the Teacher : Sr. Ligimol P X Name of the School : St. Michael’s H S S Subject : English Unit : Guns and Roses Sub unit :
American Realism Steamboat Robert E. Lee, by August Norieri 1884.
Civil War Literature WHITMAN, REALISM AND NATURALISM.
Realism ( ) The Realistic Period, which includes the Civil War, significant industrial inventions, and extensive westward expansion, is one of.
Keeping It Real Since Before 1620: (Native Americans/Explorers) 1620 – 1700s: (Puritans) 1730 – 1745: (Great Awakening) 1745 – 1800: (Rationalists/Deists)
Mini Lesson: Irony. Brainstorm! Think of a time you‘ve said something sarcastic. Think of a time when an unexpected twist happened to you...where.
Realism Realism An Age of Transition An Age of Transition
American Realism & Naturalism No More Romantic Sunshine & Rainbows…
English III Notes Conflict in Literature Slave Literature.
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