World Lit Study Guide - 1 2 Sonnet-origninated in Europe 14 lines Tanka-A Japanese verse form in five lines the first and third composed of five

World Lit Study Guide - 1 2 Sonnet-origninated in Europe 14...

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1. Sonnet -origninated in Europe, 14 lines 2. 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-pride 5. Sufism- Rumi, Islamic mysticism 6. Allegory- Plato, of the cave, talks about living in false reality 7. Lyric poem - a short poem with rhyming that expresses personal feelings 8. 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. Essay 11. Zuihitsu 12. Oberon 13. Volta 14. Medieval lyric 15. Gluttony 16. Shahrazad 17. Tercets 18. Cocytus 19. Virgil (character) 20. Judecca 21. Dinarzad 22. Octave 23. Sestet 24. Contrapasso 25. Shahrayar 26. Limbo 27. Purgatory 28. Dante (character) 29. Beatrice 30. Transience 31. Cesare Borgia 32. City of Dis 33. Agamemnon 34. Cerberus 35. Courtly love 1. Benevolence 2. Taoism 3. Epistemology 4. Ambiguity 5. Minos 6. Wisdom 7. Socrates 8. Robin Goodfellow 9. Florence 10. Epic simile 11. Ghibellines 12. Ekphrasis 13. Dido 14. Elegant Things 15. Sonnet 130 16. Guelphs 17. Tale of the Ox and the Donkey 18. Imagery 19. Trojan Horse 20. Lucifer 21. Hippolyta 22. Brutus 23. Francesca and Paolo 24. Judas 25. Embedded narrative 26. Allusion 27. Satan 28. Bottom 29. Shadows 30. Cherry trees 31. Laura 32. Ugolino 33. Alliteration 34. Memento mori- The Ruin, basically that life ends 35. Petrarchan sonnet Standard Directions for Passage Identification and Analysis A. Identify all of 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 ONE of 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.

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