Study your flashcards anywhere!

Download the official Cram app for free >

  • Shuffle
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Alphabetize
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Front First
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Both Sides
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Read
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
Reading...
Front

How to study your flashcards.

Right/Left arrow keys: Navigate between flashcards.right arrow keyleft arrow key

Up/Down arrow keys: Flip the card between the front and back.down keyup key

H key: Show hint (3rd side).h key

A key: Read text to speech.a key

image

Play button

image

Play button

image

Progress

1/81

Click to flip

81 Cards in this Set

  • Front
  • Back
–thought through
–sadness
-smugly
to glide
official order
reject beat back
to call
good omen, prosperous
disrespect
respect
disaster, misfortune
-copy
modest-not me
reject
bestow
beg
secret buried with you
story line
hinting at something that could never happening
Allusion
saying something about a different book plays, something famous
extreme exaggeration
metaphor that goes on
Dramatic Irony-
where the audience knows something that the characters do not
saying something and meaning the opposite
Soliloquy
a solo or long speech
Situational Irony
Ex- would occur if a professional pickpocket had his own pocket picked just as he was in the act of picking someone else's pocket because such a circumstance cannot be explained logically
1. has a character flaw
Creon is a tragic hero because
Stubborn pride
Brutus is a tragic Hero because
Of his over patriotic and also believes himself to be the protecter of the roman way
Hamartia
Tragic flaw(normally related to a tragic hero)
Direct Characterization
when stating or describing a character's traits
Indirect Characterization
when showing a character's personality through his or her actions, thoughts, feelings, words, and appearance, or through another character's observations and reactions
Six Traits of writing
Voice, word choice, Organization, ideas, conventions, and sentence fluency
Voice
The way you express yourself through writing
Word Choice
Word you use in paper to express your voice
Organization
How you organize your paper
Idea
Thoughts
Conventions
Spelling, Punctuation , grammar and Capilization.
Sentence Fluency
How your sentences flow and the varity of the types of sentence
Font and type size
Times Roman size 12
What is a naked title?
Centered title no bold or underlined
Character: Lennie
Mentally slow, big physically, gentle and kind can’t control his strength
Character: George
Protagiest , takes care of lennie,dreamer
Character: Candy
Sweet, old, disabled,
Character: Slim
Character: Culrey
Boxer and son of the boss
Character:Culrey’s Wife
Flirty dreamer who Lennie Kills
Character: Crooks
African American who reads and is lonely
Character:Carlson
The boss of the farm
What is the dream from Of Mice and Men?
That some day they own a farm and Lennie can take care of the rabbits
How was Curely’s wife die?
Lennie snaps her neck on accident
What are the main themes?
The American dream , and companionship,loneliness
Character: Creon
The king that is a tragic hero kills Antigone
Character: Antigone
Daughter/sister of Oedipus, Polyneices and Eteocles were casualties and polyneices wasn’t allowed to be buried so she burys him and is sentenced to dealth
Character: Isamene
Antigone sister
Character:Haemon
Creon’s son and Antigone fiancé
Character: Sentry
Brings news that polyneices
Character: Teiresiouis
Blind prophet that warns Creon
Character: Polyneices and Eteocles
Brother who died fighting for oppiosite teams
Creons’s hamartia
Stubborn pride
Main conflicts
Haemon vs Creon, Antigone vs Creon, Gods vs creon
Marulls and Flavius
A tribune of people
Soothsayers
Warns Caesar of the idle of march
Caesar
Is murdered by the senate and bf brutus
Calphurina
Caesar’s wife she has a dream that Caesar dies
Anthony
Ruler of Rome after Caesar’s dealth
Brutus
Extremely loyal to his county ,last to stab Caesar
Portia
Brutus wife
Casca
A man that opposed Caesar first to stab him
Cicero
A sentator
Cinna the Poet
A man opposed Caesar
Decius Brutus
He misinterpertes Caesar’s wifes dream
Octavius
Caesar’s son
Lepidus
A ruler of Rome
Ethos
Pathlos
Emotional
Logos
Logic
Brutus uses Persuation in his speeches by using
Anthony uses persuation in his speeches
Reverse phylogeny