1.Sonnet-origninated in Europe, 14 lines2.Tanka-A Japanese verse form in five lines, the first and third composed of five syllables and the rest of seven.3.Renaissance-4.Hubris-pride5.Sufism-Rumi, Islamic mysticism6.Allegory- Plato, of the cave, talks about living in false reality7.Lyric poem - a short poem with rhyming that expresses personal feelings8.Humanism- rational philosophy based on belief in the dignity of human beings, informed by science and motivated by human hope and human compassion.9.Epic poem- 10.Essay11.Zuihitsu12.Oberon13.Volta14.Medieval lyric15.Gluttony16.Shahrazad17.Tercets18.Cocytus19.Virgil (character)20.Judecca21.Dinarzad22.Octave23.Sestet24.Contrapasso25.Shahrayar26.Limbo27.Purgatory28.Dante (character)29.Beatrice30.Transience31.Cesare Borgia32.City of Dis33.Agamemnon34.Cerberus35.Courtly love1.Benevolence2.Taoism3.Epistemology4.Ambiguity5.Minos6.Wisdom7.Socrates8.Robin Goodfellow9.Florence10.Epic simile11.Ghibellines12.Ekphrasis13.Dido14.Elegant Things15.Sonnet 13016.Guelphs17.Tale of the Ox and the Donkey18.Imagery19.Trojan Horse20.Lucifer21.Hippolyta22.Brutus23.Francesca and Paolo24.Judas25.Embedded narrative26.Allusion27.Satan28.Bottom29.Shadows30.Cherry trees31.Laura32.Ugolino33.Alliteration34.Memento mori- The Ruin, basically that life ends35.Petrarchan sonnetStandard Directions for Passage Identification and AnalysisA. Identifyallof the following passages by title (and author, if applicable), and the context or significance of the passage as applicable (15-30% of total). B. Analyze ONEof the passages. In your first paragraph, please identify and explain at least three key elements or aspects of the passage, showing how the elements or aspects work together in the passage. In your second paragraph, explain the relationship between this paragraph and the particular text it comes from.