Emotions

Aaron too much. That leaves us with such

Aaron ScavuzzoMrs. Marcakis Period 1December 15, 2017                  Laughter is the World’s greatest cure             “So in sum, what are we? We are the creatures that know and know too much. That leaves us with such a burden again we have a choice, to laugh or cry.” ? Ray Bradbury.Ray Bradbury wrote Something Wicked This Way Comes in 1962. It is a dark fantasy about how a carnival operates on the fear of

John negative thing, suggesting that he values his

John Keats wrote a poem known as ‘On First looking into Chapman’s Homer’. He was an English romanticpoet of the early 19th century known mostly for the use of sensualimagery within his popular series of odes. Though initially unpopular his poemsare now some of the most critically analysed of the romantic period. ‘Keats daringand bold style earned him nothing but criticism from two of England’s morerevered publications, Blackwood’s Magazine and

Poem Persuasive Techniques

bandwagon persuade people to do something by letting them know others are all doing it testimonial using words of famous person or expert to persuade emotional appeal words or images that appeal to the audiences’s emotions plain folks ordinary people sell a message. you are to believe that because these people are like you and to be trusted snob appeal this suggests that you can like the expensively dressed, perfectly

Elements of Poetry Test

alliteration The repetition of the same consonant sound at the beginnings of several words of a line of poetry or a sentence. allusion a reference to something with which the reader is likely to be familiar, such as a person, place, or event from history or literature hyberbole great exxageration figurative language Made up of all the tools that a poet uses to create a special effect or feeling. It

Literary Terms: Symbol, Theme, Imagery, Point of View, Satire, Paradox, Tone, Mood, Diction

Symbol person, place, thing of event that stands for itself and for something beyond itself as well (i.e. scale = justice) Theme central idea of a work of literature, author’s statement on human condition (i.e. Romeo and Juliet’s theme is that love is stronger than family loyalty.) Imagery literature that appeals to the 5 senses (description, metaphor, simile, hyperbole etc.) Point of View vantage point from which a writer tells

Tone/Attitude Words For Poetry

Accusatory Charging of wrongdoing Apathetic Indifferent due to lack of energy or concern Awe Solemn wonder Bitter Exhibiting strong animosity as a result of pain or grief Belligerent A hostile or warlike attitude Cynical Questions the basic sincerity and goodness if people Condescending A feeling of superiority Callous Unfeeling, insensitive to the feelings of others Contemplative Studying, thinking, reflecting on an issue Critical Finding fault Choleric Hot-tempered, easily angered Contemptuous

Mr. Weed’s 27 Elements of Poetry (Definitions)

alliteration The repetition of the same consonant sound at the beginnings of several words in a line of poetry. allusion A reference to something with which the reader is likely to be familiar, such as a person, place, or event from history or literature. exaggeration The obvious stretching of the truth. figurative language The tools that a poet uses to create a special effect or feeling.It includes metaphor, simile, alliteration,

Poetry types and terms

alliteration use of the same consonant at the beginning of each stressed syllable in a line of verse assonance the repetition of similar vowels in the stressed syllables of successive words consonance repetition of consonant sounds couplet two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme hyperbole extravagant exaggeration internal rhyme A word inside a line rhymes with another word on the same line onomatopoeia using words that imitate the sound they

SCCS 4th Grade – English Poetry & Figurative Language

Poetry A verbal composition designed to convey experiences, ideas, or emotions in a vivid and imaginative way, characterized by the use of language chosen for its sound and suggestive power and by the use of literary techniques such as meter, metaphor, and rhyme. Sound of the words is important. Accent The prominence or emphasis given to syllable or word. In the word poetry the accent falls on the first syllable.

Poetry: Exams

Who wrote “Mirror”? Sylvia Plath Who wrote “She Sweeps with Many-Colored Brooms”? Emily Dickinson Who wrote “Once by the Pacific”? Robert Frost Who wrote “Sea Fever”? John Masefield Who wrote “Sonnet 71”? William Shakespeare Who wrote “Sonnet” Countee Cullen Who wrote “One Art”? Elizabeth Bishop Who wrote “The Laboratory”? Robert Browning Who wrote “I thank You God for most this Amazing”? E.E. Cummings Who wrote “The Lake”? Ted Hughes Who

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