Oberon’s right hand fairy; creates mischief; Robin Goodfellow
King of the Fairies. Jealous of Titania because he wants the changeling boy.
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The queen of the fairies, Resists the attempts of her husband, Oberon, to get the changeling boy for his own use. Falls in love with Bottom because of a love potion.
overconfident, a weaver, plays Pyramus in the play, head turned into an donkey’s by Puck
Daughter of Egeus; in love with Lysander; best friend of Helena
In love with Hermia, but enchanted to fall in love with Helena
Loves Demetrius. Hermia’s best friend. Follows Lysander and Hermia into the forest.
Egeus wants him to wed Hermia, loved by Helena, falls in love with Helena under a spell
Father of Hermia; doesn’t want her to marry Lysander, prefers Demetrius
A carpenter and leader of the Mechanicals attempt to put a play on for Theseus’s marriage
Bellows-mender, plays Thisbe
Tailor, plays Thisbe’s mother
Tinker, plays Pyramus’s father
Joiner, plays the lion
Queen of the Amazons, betrothed to Theseus
Master of the revels to Theseus
Peaseblossom, Mustardseed, Moth, Cobweb
Adjective, difficult to comprehend (due to extreme complexity); intellectually demanding; highly abstract; “deep”.
Adjective. Willing to carry out the orders or wishers of another without protect; easily giving in to the wishes of another.
Verb. To submit to simply silently or without protest; to give in or yield.
Noun. The highest point or peak (of a place; of excitement); summit.
Verb. To support or reinforce something.
A structure, generally of brick or stone, built against a wall to reinforce.
Adjective. Characterize by or subject to whim; impulsive and unpredictable.
Verb. To think deeply and carefully about something; to ponder.
Used or meant to make peace; done to appease someone who is upset.
Adjective. Physically skillful; agile.
Lasting for only a short period of time; fleeting.
Adjective. Pleasing or agreeable to the ear; sonorous.
To get rid of something completely; to erase.
Adjective. Very friendly or sociable.
Noun. One that indicates or foreshadows what is to come; a forerunner.
Adjective. Prone to outbursts of temper; easily angered.
To place side by side, especially for comparison.
Adjective. Courageously noble in mind and heart; generous in giving and forgiving.
Adjective. Not easily persuaded or influenced.
Done routinely and with little interest or care; robotically performed.
Adverb. Automatically; unconsciously.
Adjective. Beneficial to or promoting health or well-being.
Adjective. Full of contempt and arrogance.
Adjective. Habitually uncommunicative or reserved in speech or manner.
Adjective. Shortened by having a part cut off or removed.
Verb. To cut short.
Verb. To strive or compete.
Adjective. Having relatively high resistance to flow.
Adj. Distant in sympathy or interest.
Adj. Having a pleasant and friendly disposition.
Adj. Daring; fearless; brazen; not restrained by a sense of shame.
N. Shameless or brazen boldness; insolence.
N. The quality of being strict or rigid; without luxury.
V. To mislead; to influence by trickery, flattery, etc.
V. to leave to or pass on to, as in a will.
V. To ask eagerly or earnestly; implore; entreat.
V. To lower in esteem; to disrespect.
An elderly woman with honor and dignity; a widow with money or property.
Adj. Filled with love and desire.
V. To make a false show of.
N. Way of walking or running; manner of moving on foot.
N. Excessive devotion to or reverence of someone or something.
N. A man of humble birth (rare); a dishonest, deceitful person.
Adj. Tricky;characteristic of a knave.
V. To feel or express sorrow or regret for; to mourn.
N. Joyfulness; gaiety, especially when characterized by laughter.
Adj. Having to do with marriage or a wedding.
N. A lovely young woman, often depicted as a minor nature goddess.
A peak of high land that juts out into a body of water.
V. To become less severe or stubborn; to give in.
Noisy reveling; boisterous festivity.
Adj. Disgusting; offensive to the senses; inferior; morally low.
N. The face, with reference to the form, features, or expression; countenance.
The repetition of first sounds in two or more words used close together.
A reference to a weel-known historical, literary, or biblical figure or item.
The repetition of vowel sounds withing words in a line of poetry.
The repetition of consonant sounds within words in a line of poetry.
A category of artistic composition, as in music or literature, marked by a distinctive style, form, or content.
Literary Geres include short story, novel, poem, play, essay, etc.
A deliberate exaggeration or overstatment used for emphasis or effect.
A series of ten beats or syllables (five iambs) creating a rhythamic phrase in poetry.
A use of words, grammatical construction, or expression that cannot be translated literally into a second language.
The use of words or phrases that create a picture in reader’s mind.
A difference between expectation and reality.
Pietry that focuses on expressing emotions or thoughts, rather than ontelling a story.
A comparision between two unlike things.
Poetry that tells a story.
This type of poetry may or may not use dialogue.
The use of a word whose sound imitates or suggests its meaning.
Two contradictory terms that are used together.
The act of giving human characteristics to something that is not human.
The pattern of phyme in a poem or song. The rhyme scheme is written using letter after each rhyming line.
A comparision between two unlike things using “like” or “as”.
A fourteen-line poem that has a rhyme scheme and follows a strict structure of ten bears per line.
A grouping of two or mor lines of poetry in a poem. A stanza in poetry is like a paragraph in prose.
The narrator of a poem.
An object, action, or person which has meaning by itself yet means or suggests something else.
The author’s attitude toward the subject of a piece of literature.
Chiche, overused, commonplace, unoriginal.
Poetry that does not have a regular meter or rhyme scheme.
“Introduction to Poetry”
A speech given by a character alone on stage
Ordinary speech or writing without rhyme or meter; referring to speech or writing other than verse.
Rhythmic, compressed language that uses figures of speech and imagery designed to appeal to our emotions and imagination.
The year most people believe Shakespeare wrote AMSD.
Tragedies, Comedies, Histories, Romances, Sonnets, Long Poems.
Characteristics of Shakespeare’s Comedies
The plot moves from chaos to order, lovers are often disguised, the play ends in marriage, parental interference in love, etc.
Puck is also know as?
“The course of true love never did run smooth” Who said this?
Love in Idleness
Pyramus and Thisbe
Play the Mechanicals perform.
The unintentional misuse of a word by confusion with one that sounds similar.
Protagonist in the novel; has a crush on Blabbermouth; saves the Sea of Stories
The father of the novel’s protagonist, Haroun, is a storyteller known by fans as the “Ocean of Notions” and by his enemies as the “Shah of Blah.”
Left her husband for Mr. Sengupta; comes back at the end.
Haroun’s weedy, dreary, boring neighbor
Mrs. Oneeta Sengupta
Lives above Haroun’s family in the sad city. Her husband runs off with Haroun’s mother.
Provides transportation to Haroun and Rashid extremely quickly, ignoring all safety warnings
Butt the Hoopoe
Haroun chose him as a miniature creature, speaks without moving beak, brain later taken by Chupwalas.
A blue-bearded water genie from Earth’s invisible second moon, Kahani, sent by the Walrus to revoke in Rashid’s subscription to the Sea of Stories.
Helps Haroun later on.
Floating Gardener cares for the story streams in the Sea of Stories on Kahani. Doesn’t speak much.
Goopy and Bagha
Plentimaw fishes who always talk in rhymes, try to help Haroun on his journey.
A Page of the Library of Gup. Despises Princess Batcheat, and disguises herself as a boy, and is skilled at the art of juggling. Talks a lot.
A “Shadow Warrior,” Second-in-command to Khattam-Shud, later joins forces with Rashid Khalifa and the Guppees.
The villain of the story, whose name means “completely finished”. He represents silence. Shadow and person two separate beings.
The Grand Comptroller of Gup, directs the Eggheads. Has a large mustache.
Hires Rashid to convince people to reelect him.
Slightly ridiculous; in love with Batcheat.
Changed all of the stories to be about Prince Bolo; has an ugly nose and horrific singing voice.
Author of Haroun and the Sea of Stories.
The year Haroun and the Sea of Stories was published.
A legal ruling within Islam.
Title for the ruler of Iran.
Expelled from home or country by authority.
Shah of Iran at the time when Rushdie’s book the Satanic Verses came out.
Called Rushdie’s death sentence.
A country with a city so sad people have forgotten its name, miserable, black smoke everywhere.
Earth’s second moon, driven by machines, so fast no instruments can detect it. Also the name of the city Haroun is from. A city that used to be so sad it didn’t know its own name.
A city in eternal sunlight on the Earth’s second moon, Kahani.
Land of Chup
Land of perpetual darkness. Twilight Strip located here.
In the Valley of K, in Moody Land.
Town of G
Where Rashid goes off to speak but fails to come up with a story.
Valley of K
Where Snooty Buttoo is running and wants Rashid to speak.
Ocean of the Streams of Story
Where all the stories are. Gups in charge of watching it.
Where the oldest stories reside; has gotten very tangled and weed-filled due to lack of attention; where the Shadow ship is.
A name given to a character that gives an insight into some element of his/her personality.
A bird with an orange crest on its head, a long beak, and black and white striped feathers and tail
Process Too Complicated To Explain.
Bald, shiny, hairless heads, white coats of laboratory technicians, control the M2C2D in the P2C2E House.
“I am the Walrus”
Beatles song alluded to in HATSOS.
Oil tanker that crashed in March 1989, considered largest U. S. oil spill, emptied 35,000 tons of oil into Prince William Sound.