MEWII Midterm

MEWII Midterm - Midterm MEW2 Part I 1. Common sense the use...

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Midterm MEW2 Part I 1. Common sense – the use of reason to discern a course of action. Popular topic among Jon Swift and Al Pope 2. Iambic pentameter – 10 syllable line of poetry. Using iambs to emphasize certain syllables 3. Mr. James Bates – Gulliver’s master in GT. He is referred to as Master Bates in some instances 4. “As Rouchefoucauld …”- The beginning of Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift explaining man’s feelings towards another’s misfortune 5. “The Conclusion …” – At the end of Rasselas because the Prince has not found what he was looking for outside his valley. 6. Heroic Couplets – Rhyming lines that were used in Pope’s mock Epic The Rape of the Lock 7. Golbasto … - King of the Lilliputians 8. Arabella Fermor – Who The Rape of the Lock is about 9. St. Patrick – Saint celebrated on March 17 th 10. Imlac – Wise man that teaches the Prince in Rasselas 11. Neoclassicism – Style of writing of Swift and Pope which was in opposition of Romanticism
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MEWII Midterm - Midterm MEW2 Part I 1. Common sense the use...

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