ap literary terms - Alliance Gertz-Ressler High School
Mar 13, 2013 ... ALLEGORY story or poem in which characters, settings, and events stand for other people or .... Similes and metaphors are common forms. ... MOTIF a recurring image, word, phrase, action, idea, object, or situation used.
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Literary Terms Guide - Maite Space
a literary work in which all or most of the characters, settings and events ... A brief reference to a person, place, event, idea, object, phrase or work from history, pop ... Suggested or implied meaning associated with a word beyond its dictionary ... Motif: A theme, character type, image, metaphor, or other verbal element that ...
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literary devices - Mr. Kohner's Wiki
Both literary elements and literary techniques can rightly be ... of a literary technique usually occurs with a single word or phrase, or a particular ... Antagonist: Counterpart to the main character and source of a story's main conflict. .... Motif: A recurring important idea or image. .... are more often metaphorical than symbolic.
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Basic Literary Terminology
Antagonist: the rival or opponent to the main character; the antagonist usually creates ... Repeating symbolism: a long journey, an orphaned prince raised in poverty, twins ... Imagery: using words to create “mental images” for the reader ... Motif: a recurring symbol, object or theme ... Examples of metaphor from Shakespeare:.
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AP Rhetorical Devices List - Zachary High
A brief story or tale told by a character in a piece of literature ... to the character or object of which the allusion consists. ... Devices. A particular word pattern or combination of words used in a literary work to ... Metaphors and similes are both ... Motif. Recurrent device, formula, or situation that often serves as a signal for the ...
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Elements of Fiction - Carrollwood Day School
Critical Thinking – analysis of any work of literature – requires a thorough investigation ... story, the narrator is never the author [never], not even if the character has the same name as the author. ... In other words – types of Narrative Voice: ..... G. Symbols: symbols are concrete objects/images that stand for abstract subjects.
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A Glossary of Literary Terms, Seventh Edition - Ohio University
haiku; Harlem Renaissance; metaphor, theories of; narration, grammar of; postcolo- ... vant to the analysis of style, the particular entries that define and exemplify ... To find a literary word or phrase, always look it up in the Index of Terms at the ..... this fallacy "the poem itself, as an object of specifically critical judgment,.
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Keystone Exams: Literature Glossary to the Assessment Anchor
Jan 2, 2013 ... A form of extended metaphor in which objects, persons, and actions in a ... Analysis. The process or result of identifying the parts of a whole and their relationships to one another. ... A word that is the opposite in meaning to another word. ... The method an author uses to reveal characters and their various ...
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"In a Grove" and "Rashomon" - Indiana University Bloomington
Because I begin a unit in Japanese literature with this story, I guide the students through a ... that it is "a mere waste of words to tell [the police commissioner] the later details, especially ... D. How is the image of the great samurai tarnished? .... C. Akutagawa frequently uses the devices of simile and metaphor to further his.
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focus should be to analyze one or two elements of the literary work. ... Conclusion : The conclusion restates the thesis and main points, using different words. ... Characters: depictions of a person, place, or object with human characteristics, defined by ... Examples include simile, metaphor, personification, and hyperbole.
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Magical Musical Tour: Using lyrics to teach literary elements
Images, links and linked content referenced herein are the property of the originating entities. ... Literary elements and terminology are the vocabulary of literary analysis, and fluency with them is crucial ... Characterization, Character .... animate object, it is ... pick words to fit it, creating a metaphor, simile or personification.
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Glossary of Rhetorical Terms – AP English Language and
Allegory – The device of using character and/or story elements symbolically to represent ... partly by the author's choice of objects that are described. ... Diction, combined with syntax, figurative language, literary devices, etc., creates an .... Juxtaposition (juhk-stuh-puh-zish-uhn) - When two words, phrases, images, ideas are ...
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World Literature - Georgia Standards
Recognize and identify literary elements for analysis such as language, style, character ... and actions in a narrative, but also through recurring images or events (motif). ... the elements of characterization, including the character's actions, words, ... Identify and analyze various types of figurative language ( metaphor, simile, ...
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HOW TO ANNOTATE A TEXT (Half of the test grade will be based on
Be sure to figure out any unfamiliar words through context or by using a dictionary. ... for yourself words and phrases that help describe the personality of characters. ... Highlight and mark for yourself any symbolism and note your ideas in the text .... Inside Back Cover Themes, allusions, images, motifs, key scenes, plot line, ...
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GLOSSARY OF LITERARY TERMS absolute — a word free from
absolute — a word free from limitations or qualifications (“best,”“all ,““unique ... allegory— a literary work in which characters, objects, or actions represent ... image, or character type that occurs frequently in literature and myth and is .... motif—a standard theme, element, or dramatic situation that recurs in various works.
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Spring 2012 Update - Region 13
a word element, such as a prefix or suffix, that occurs before or after a root or base ... In an allegory, characters or objects often embody abstract ideas (e.g., John .... an image or metaphor that is repeated throughout a literary work ..... the patterns of word formation motif the recurring or dominant structure of a literary work; the ...
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Literary Close Reading Tool
Word Choice – Most authors have very specific intentions in deciding to use one ... of characters, objects, or a landscape. ... Literary Devices – These can range anywhere from metaphors to allusions to ... careful note, because they can highlight important themes and recurring motifs. ... The image becomes representative of.
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AP LITERATURE & COMPSOSITION Assignment #1: Literary
Use literarydevices.net and literary-devices.com as a starting point. ... Metaphor. Meter. Metonymy. Narrative Poem. Narrative Voice. Octave. Ode ... Symbols and motifs: List main symbols and motifs the author uses and explain their significance. 10. ... o you interpret an object, character, setting or action to represent an idea ...
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literary devices - BISD
devices. Literary elements refers to aspects or characteristics of a whole text. ... literary technique usually occurs with a single word or phrase, or a ... If the narrator of a novel says that a character has made ... Anthropomorphism: Where animals or inanimate objects are portrayed .... Motif: A recurring important idea or image.
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Little Black Book of Rhetoric AP Lang.pub - Calvert County Public
Definitions and examples of Literary Terms for AP Language and ... object plus any modifiers. ... Allegory: a form of extended metaphor in which characters and / or story ele- ... of words, grammatical structures, syntax, imagery, use of literary devices, ..... Motif: a situation, idea, image, character-type or any element found in .
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