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101_study_guide__2 - Humanities 101 Midterm #2 Study Guide...

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Humanities 101 Midterm #2 Study Guide Poetry: rhyme freeze-dried experience epic lyric dramatic ballad sonnet ode free verse carmen figuratum onomatopoeia iambic pentameter timbre euphony cacophony slant rhyme denotation connotation metaphor irony understatement hyperbole simile personification alliteration oxymoron allusion imagery 4 ways of looking at a poem: literal, allegorical, moral, spiritual importance of form matching content Smith: Why Poetry Matters Dylan Thomas: Notes on the Art of Poetry Be able to recognize examples of figures of speech and rhyme scheme in a poem Film: film as “total art” gesamtkunstwerk advantages/disadvantages of film as an art Milestones in Film History 4 legs of film cinematic terms and techniques montage sound color 1
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Humanities 101 Midterm #2 Study Guide art film vs. commercial film Bergman on film Be able to recognize examples of film shots, cuts, transitions, etc. in a film Dance: dance as ritual Diaghilev Balanchine ballerina danseur ballet
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2012 for the course HUM 101 taught by Professor Yorgason during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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