English 6th Lit Terms Exam

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English 6th Lit Terms Exam
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  1. Paradox
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    "War is Peace"

    George Orwell
  2. Parallelism
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    "Truth is not a diet but a condiment."

    Christopher Morley
  3. The humorous imitation of a work of literature, art, or music
    Parody
  4. The quality in a work of literature that arouses a feeling of pity, or sorrow, or compassion in the reader.
    Pathos
  5. Persona
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    Will Mclean from The Lords of Discipline

    Pat Conroy
  6. Personification
    The camera loves me.
  7. The type of speaking or writing that is intended to make its audience adopt a certain opinion, or perform an action, or do both.
    Persuasion
  8. A simple and clear style of writing which began as a revolt against ornate style
    Plain Style
  9. The sequence of events or actions in a short story, novel, play, or native poem.
    Plot
  10. The vantage point from which a narrative is told.
    Point of view
  11. Protagonist
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    • Will Mclean The Lords of Discipline
    • Pat Conroy
  12. Pun
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    • "Look deep into our ryes."
    • slogan of Wigler's Bakery
  13. Quatrain
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    • "The Mountain"
    • Donna Brock
    • The mountain frames the sky (a)
    • As a shadow of an eagle flies by.(a)
    • With clouds hanging at its edge (b)
    • A climber proves his courage on its rocky ledge. (b)
  14. Realism
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    • The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
    • Mark Twain
  15. A word, phrase, line, or group of lines repeated regularly in a poem, usually at the end of each stanza
    Refrain
  16. A prayer, song, or poem for the repose of the dead.
    Requiem
  17. The focal point of many narratives.
    Revelation
  18. Rhetoric
    • "But when shall we be stronger?"
    • Patrick Henry's "Speech in the Virginia Convention"

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