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The repetition of the same/similar consonant sound
Alliteration
The repetition of similar vowel sounds
Assonance
The mood or feeling created in a piece of writing
Atmosphere
A pause or break within a line of poetry
Caesura
The repetition of the same or similar final consonant sounds
Consonance
metrical foot in poetry that has an unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable
iamb
a line of poetry that contains 5 iambic feet
iambic pentameter
poem that does not tell a story but expresses the personal feelings or thoughts of speaker
lyric poetry
a pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in poetry
meter
a recurring object or concept in a work of literature
motif
a poem that tells a story
narrative poetry
indicated with letters of the alphabet, rhyming sound represented by different letter of alphabet
rhyme scheme
when words within the same line of poetry have repeated sounds
internal rhyme
words that have some correspondence in sound but not an exact one
slant rhyme
14 line poem, 10 syllables per line
italian sonnet
person, place, thing, event that has meaning in itself and that also stands for somehting more than itself
symbol
Washington Irving wrote...
The Legend of Sleepy Hallow
Bram Stoker wrote...
Dracula
Mary Shelley wrote...
Frakenstein
Gothic Atmosphere
Ruined churches/castles
abandoned towns, villages
witches, monsters, vampires
Skulls, skeletons
secret passages/trap doors
basements/cellars
stairway/diagonals
gargoyles
stained glass and isolated areas
EAP: grew up in
Virginia
EAP: his mother died when he was
3 years old
EAP: one motif of his writing is
premature burial
EAP: married his
13 year old first cousin
EAP: adopted by
John Allen- never cared about Poe
EAP: published ______ in 1845, his most famous piece of literature
The Raven
EAP: during his life time he was known primarily as an
editor and critic
EAP: je was a harsh and rude critic often criticizing the author's
appearance and character
EAP: was a violent
drunk, low tolerance for alcohol
EAP: invented the ______ tale
detective tale, detective named Dupin
EAP: published ______ in 1845, his most famous piece of literature
The Raven
EAP: during his life time he was known primarily as an
editor and critic
EAP: je was a harsh and rude critic often criticizing the author's
appearance and character
EAP: was a violent
drunk, low tolerance for alcohol
EAP: invented the ______ tale
detective tale, detective named Dupin
EAP: published ______ in 1845, his most famous piece of literature
The Raven
EAP: during his life time he was known primarily as an
editor and critic
EAP: je was a harsh and rude critic often criticizing the author's
appearance and character
EAP: was a violent
drunk, low tolerance for alcohol
EAP: invented the ______ tale
detective tale, detective named Dupin