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  • 1150 terms

    Term:

    The World According to Garp

    Definition:

    John Irving

    • NAQT all authors
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  • 300 terms

    Term:

    A ... prince, / Whose spirit, with divine ambition puffed, / Makes mouths at the invisible event, / Exposing what is mortal and unsure / To all that fortune, death, and danger dare, / Even for an eggshell.

    Definition:

    Hamlet [A4, S4] //// HAMLET

    • ARMSTRONG 01
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  • 83 terms

    Term:

    How many lines are there in a sonnet?

    Definition:

    14

    • Stratford & Warwick 1
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  • 65 terms

    Term:

    How many lines are there in a sonnet?

    Definition:

    14

    • Stratford & Warwick
    • 65 terms
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  • 83 terms

    Term:

    How many lines are there in a sonnet?

    Definition:

    14

    • Stratford & Warwick 1_2
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  • 80 terms

    Term:

    Allusion

    Definition:

    In "East of Eden", the story of Cal and Aron is related to the story of Cane and Abel in the Bible.

    • AP Lit Terms (Using Examples)
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  • 83 terms

    Term:

    How many lines are there in a sonnet?

    Definition:

    14

    • Stratford & Warwick 1_1
    • 83 terms
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  • 83 terms

    Term:

    How many lines are there in a sonnet?

    Definition:

    14

    • Stratford & Warwick 1
    • 83 terms
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  • 67 terms

    Term:

    Age Cannot wither her, nor custom stale/Her infinite variety

    Definition:

    From Antony and cleopatra by Willian Shakespear. About cleopatra

    • Lines from Works
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  • 55 terms

    Term:

    3 kinds of shakespeare comedies

    Definition:

    comedies, problem plays, romances,

    • Shakespeare Comedies
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  • 16 terms

    Term:

    Comedy: As You Like It

    Definition:

    Characters: Rosalind, Duke Frederick (father) , Orlando Rosalind and father exiled, meets Orlando in forest, marries Orlando, father get's power back **Disguises and mistaken identities** "All the world's a stage"

    • Shakespeare
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  • 32 terms

    Term:

    cultural darwinism

    Definition:

    -from simple to complex -the primitive theatre: the roots of theatre- storytelling and pantomime

    • theater
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  • 34 terms

    Term:

    Titus Andronicus

    Definition:

    Tragedy

    • Shakespeare
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  • 33 terms

    Term:

    "Age cannot wither he, nor custom stale her infinte variety"

    Definition:

    Antony and Cleopatra

    • AP Lit Shakespeare Quotes
    • 33 terms
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  • 6 terms

    Term:

    Chaucer

    Definition:

    Canterbury Tales (Prologue, Wife of Bath, Pardoner)

    • Book Titles/Authors
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  • 146 terms

    Term:

    wayfarers

    Definition:

    travelers

    • Poetry Key Terms
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  • 191 terms

    Term:

    Hamlet

    Definition:

    William Shakespeare, Drama, 1601

    • Works of Literature
    • 191 terms
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  • 100 terms

    Term:

    Hamlet

    Definition:

    William Shakespeare

    • Books and authors
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  • 50 terms

    Term:

    Hamlet

    Definition:

    William Shakespeare

    • Books and their Authors
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  • 27 terms

    Term:

    Hamlet

    Definition:

    William Shakespeare; 1601

    • Literature - Drama
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  • 50 terms

    Term:

    Where did Samuel Pepys live during the Great Fire 1666 ?

    Definition:

    Seething Lane

    • City BK 6
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  • 43 terms

    Term:

    Where did Samuel Pepys live during the Great Fire 1666 ?

    Definition:

    Seething Lane

    • City BK 6
    • 43 terms
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  • 33 terms

    Term:

    The Two Gentlemen Of Verona

    Definition:

    1588-1595

    • Shakespeare
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  • 30 terms

    Term:

    Coinage, Neologism

    Definition:

    A coinage or neologism is a new word, usually one invented on the spot. An author might, in a moment of creative need, coin the term pretarded to convey the sense that someone has been pretentious in an exceptionally stupid way. People's names often become grist for coinages, as in, "Oh, man, you just pulled a major Wilson." Of course, you'd have to know Wilson to know what that means, but you can tell it isn't a good thing. Example: Google or Kleenex

    • Pages 5-6 flash cards Jacob Mckenzie
    • 30 terms
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