English II Final Exam Study Guide AC - English II Final Exam Study Guide Terms Cultural context Theme Metaphorical Blindness Hubris Dramatic Irony

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English II Final Exam Study Guide Terms Cultural context_________________________________________________________ Theme_________________________________________________________________ Metaphorical Blindness____________________________________________________ Hubris_________________________________________________________________ Dramatic Irony___________________________________________________________ Verbal Irony_____________________________________________________________ Situational Irony__________________________________________________________ Simile__________________________________________________________________ Metaphor________________________________________________________________ Hyperbole_______________________________________________________________ Personification___________________________________________________________ Exposition_______________________________________________________________ Rising Action____________________________________________________________ Climax__________________________________________________________________ Falling Action____________________________________________________________ Resolution_______________________________________________________________ Internal/External Conflict___________________________________________________ Skills Four ways in which an author can express themes are: 1. 2. 3.
4. MLA format for five-paragraph essay Bibliographical information Article Title: “Fun with Synthesizers” Author: Florian Schneider Magazine Title: Man Machine Pages: 5-8 Date of Publication: February 1978 _______________________________________________________________________ _ _______________________________________________________________________ _ D.O.L. exercises Stylistic Devices: I. MAGIC THREE – Three items in a series, separated by commas that create a poetic rhythm or add support for a point, especially when the items have their own modifiers (also called parallelism). EXAMPLE: “In those woods, I would spend hours listening to the wind, climbing trees and spying on nesting birds, and giving the occasional wild growl to give the impression I was one of the woodland creatures.” II.

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