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list and draw the 5 metrical feet that we discussed
iamb U/ ;trochee /U ;anapest UU/ ;dactyl /UU ;spondee //
iamb
U/
trochee
/U
anapest
UU/
dactyl
/UU
spondee
//
give the names for the feet for the lines of poetry containing between one and eight feet..
(1) monometer,(2) dimeter, (3)trimeter, (4)tetrameter, (5)pentameter,(6)hexameter, (7)heptameter,(8) octameter
define a sonnet, giving the number of lines and meter
14 (coughHOLLYcough) linesof iambic pentameter
Italian (petrarchan) sonnet rhyme scheme
a b b a a b b a c d c d c d
English (shakespearean) sonnet rhyme scheme
a b a b c d c d e f e f g g
Billy Budd
Melville
"civil disobedience"
thoreau
Evangeline
Longfellow
1st editor of the Atlantic monthly
lowell
"young goodman brown"
Hawthorne
Omoo
melville
belle of amherst
dickinson
"i never saw a moor"
dickinson
Fanshawe
hawthorne
"the tide rises, the tide falls"
longfellow
was a quaker abolishonist
whittier
a professor of medicine at harvard
holmes
"self-reliance"
emerson
helped to save the U.S.S constitution
holmes
"success is counted sweetest"
dickinson
snowbound
whittier
battle-pieces
melville
"the courtship of miles standish"
longfellow
a fable for critics
lowell
moby dick
melville
typee
melville
had one 7 poems published while alive
dickinson
delivered out "cultural" declaration of independence
emerson
"old ironsides"
holmes
only writer who was both born and died in concord
thoreau
badly burned in a fire
longfellow
the blithedale romance
hawthorne
"a narrow fellow in the grass"
dickinson
"paul reveres ride"
longfellow
walden
thoreau
a week on the concord and merrimack rivers
thoreau
has a busti n the poet's corner of westminister abbey
longfellow
the house of seven gables
hawthorne
the chambered nautilus
holmes
thomas wentworht higginson and mabel loomis todd assembled this writer's collection
dickinson
"dr heidegger's experiment"
hawthorne
"bartleby the scrivener"
melville
"some keep the sabbath going to church"
dickinson
minister of the second unitarian church in boston
emerson
the vision of sir lanfaul
lowell
mosses from an old manse
hawthorne
a leading female transcendentalist who worked on The Dial
fuller
wrote little women
louisa may alcott
artist of "kaaterskill falls"
cole
artist of photographs of abraham lincoln and the civil war
brady
3 reform movements prominent in the american renaissance
-education
-womens rights
-abolishion(slavery)
narrator of Moby Dick
Ishamael
captian in moby dick
Ahab
ship in moby dick
pequad
literary group that included melville and hawthorne and believe in the evil in the universe
dissenters
name of the high caste , intellectual group that included longfellow, lowell, and holmes
brahamins
the belief that the basic truths of the universe lie beyond the knowledge we obtain from our sences; believed by emerson and thoreau
transcendentalism
"simplicity, simplicity, simplicity"
thoreau
"the mass of men least lives of quiet desperation"
thoreau
"parting is all we know of heaven, / and all we need of hell."
dickinson
"a foolish consistency is hobgoblin of little minds"
emerson
"build thee more statley mansions, O my soul, /as the swift seasons roll"
holmes
"I heartily accept the motto -- that government is best which governs least"
thoreau
"to be great is to be misunderstood."
emerson
"if i can read a book and it makes my whole body go so cold no fire could warm me, i know that is poetry."
dickinson
"is a man does not keep pace with his companions , perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer"
thoreau