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2012-06-08 23:05:19
Semester Final notes

Notes from semester 2 final notes
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  1. Iambic
    Type of foot: unstressed, stressed
  2. Trochaic
    Type of foot: Stressed, unstressed
  3. Anapestic
    Type of foot: Unstressed, unstressed, stressed
  4. Dactylic
    Type of foot: Stressed, unstressed, unstressed
  5. Italian sonnet
    • 14 lines
    • abba abba,cdecde/cdccdc
  6. Shakespearen Sonnet
    • 14 lines
    • 3 quatrains ending in gg couplet
  7. Allusion
    Refercence to another story
  8. Classical allusion
    Classical stories, bible, greek mythology
  9. Verbal type of irony
    Words are used to convey something opposite of the literal meaning
  10. Types of irony

    2. Dramatic Irony

    3. Situational
  11. Dramatic type of irony
    Something known by the reader, but not the characters.
  12. Situational type of irony
    An event occurs that contradicts the expectations of the characters, the reader or the audience.
  13. Shakespeare was born in
    Stradaford apon Avon
  14. The ruler when Shakespeare started writing
    Queen Elizabeth
  15. The ruler when Shakespeare stopped writing
    King James
  16. Shakespeare wrote
    Comedies, tradegies and histories
  17. Benvoilo is
    Romeo's cousin
  18. Tybalt is
    A kinsmen of Juliet
  19. Mercutio is
    Related to the prince, and a friend of Romeo
  20. Paris is
    Juliet's suitor
  21. Tybalt sent a letter to Romeo
    To challenge him
  22. Mercutio said
    "A plague a' both your houses"
  23. Who explains Tybalt's murder to the Prince?
  24. Refrain
    A repeated set of lines
  25. Symbolism
    Something that has a literal, implied and emotional deeper meaning
  26. Blank verse
    Unrhymed iambic pentameter
  27. Paradox
    Real and not real
  28. Theme
    Bigger overarching ideas in a literary work
  29. Motif
    A recurring subject, theme, idea, etc. Especially in a literary artistic or musical work
  30. Free verse
    A poem with no meter or rhyme
  31. Point of View
    • First person
    • Third Person objective
    • Third person limited
    • Third person omniscient
  32. First person
    Narrative by a person in a story. Only their own opinion/thoughts and feelings
  33. Third person objective
    Narritive is outsider, can't go into thoughts.
  34. Third person limited
    Outsider who can go into the thoughts of one person
  35. Third person omniscient
    Outsider who can go into anyone's mind
  36. Internal rhyme
    Rhyme within the same line.
  37. Slant/close/near rhyme
    Imperfect rhyme, share either some vowel/consonant sound, but not both
  38. Rhyme sceme
    Pattern of rhyme
  39. Ballad
    Story told in verse, usually meant to be sung
  40. Narrative
    poem tells a story
  41. Epic
    Long narrative that relates to the deeds of a hero
  42. Lyric
    Short poem, first person, expresses emotion.idea/describes a scene. Doesn't tell a story.
  43. Meter
    Pattern of stressed/unstressed syllables
  44. Symbols for stressed and unstressed
    / (stressed) U (unstressed)
  45. Foot
    Unit of meter. (2 or 3 syllables) usually one stressed adn at least one unstressed syllables.