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Narrative Poetry
tells a story; e.g. ballad.
Lyric Poetry
expresses personal thoughts or feelings.
Poetic Form
the structure of a poem- its patterns of lines, stanzas and rhyme. A haiku, sonnnet, and concrete poem have different forms.
Poetic Purpose
The intention of a poem. An ode, elegy, and an epic all have different purposes.
Sound Devices
Elements such as rhyme, rhythym, alliteration, and onomatpoeia give poetry musical qualities.
Figurative Language
uses simile, metaphor, or personification to say things in ways that aren't meant to be takes literally.
Couplet
a pair of rhyming lines
Stanza
a group of lines meant to be read as a unit
Kindled
stirred up; awakened
Semblance
look or appearance
Ballad
a narrative poem that tells stories in song. (The Wreck of the Hesperus)
Mood
The feeling a reader gets from the work.
Tone
The feeling the writer brings to the work.
Scornful
Full of contempt or disdain.
Gale
Strong wind
Breakers
Waves that break into foam
Cinched
Bound firmly tightly fastened
Canter
ride at a smooth, gentle pace
Negligent
without care or attention; indifferent
, Comma ,
Indicates a small pause in pooetry. Pause breifly.
; Semicolon ;
Connects complete thoughts of equal weight. Pause, and use tone of voice to give equal emphasis to both parts.
! Exclamation Point !
Indicates intensity of emotion. Read with great emotion, often as if calling out.
- Dash -
Shows a thought is not finished. Read with voice trailing off as if not finished speaking.
Speaker
The person who is saying the poem.
Roam
go aimlessly; wander
keen
having a sharp, cutting edge
Feigning
pretending
Conspicuous
noticeable
Mercurian
quick or changeable in behaviour
Unabashed
unashamed
Breakers
Waves that break into foam
Cinched
Bound firmly tightly fastened
Canter
ride at a smooth, gentle pace
Negligent
without care or attention; indifferent
, Comma ,
Indicates a small pause in pooetry. Pause breifly.
; Semicolon ;
Connects complete thoughts of equal weight. Pause, and use tone of voice to give equal emphasis to both parts.
! Exclamation Point !
Indicates intensity of emotion. Read with great emotion, often as if calling out.
- Dash -
Shows a thought is not finished. Read with voice trailing off as if not finished speaking.
Speaker
The person who is saying the poem.
Roam
go aimlessly; wander
keen
having a sharp, cutting edge
Feigning
pretending
Conspicuous
noticeable
Mercurian
quick or changeable in behaviour
Unabashed
unashamed
Insufferable
unbearable
Meticulous
extremely careful about details
Fatalist
one who believes events are determined by fate
Ostentatiously
in a showy way
Inarticulate
unable to express oneself
Apprehension
a fearful feeling about the future
Intuition
ablity to sense or know immediately, without reasoning
Indignant
filled with anger at meaness or injustice
Stealthily
in a secretive way, avoiding being noticed
Ineffectually
without producing the desired result
What objects does Mr. Frank find in the secret rooms and how do they connect with the rest of the act?
A many colored scarf- Anne gave it to Mr. Frank; Anne's diary- Anne wrote in it faithfully; White Glove- probably Anne's
Who are the people in hiding?
Mr. Van Daan, Mrs. Van Daan, Peter Van Daan, Mr. Frank, Mrs. Frank, Anne Frank, Margot Fran, and Jan Dussel.
How might the people in the Secret Annexe's relationships affect how they get along?
The fact that they don't know eachother very well, that Anne is so energetic and Peter so shy, and the cramped quarters all make for disaster.
How are Margot and Anne different?
Margot is quiet, studious, and polite. Anne is energetic, boistorous and thoughtful but sometime hot headed.
How does anne and Margot's differences affect their relationship with their parents?
Because Anne was more high maintanence she needed more of anurturing mother which her mom didn't provide.
What happens to Anne and what does this show about her?
She has a nightmare which shows that despite her outer appearance she is really afraid.
What do Anne's Hanukkah presents show about her?
They show that no matter what Anne will always try to make the best of every situatiion.
How did the characters' relationships change in Act 2?
Anne and Peter are in love, Anne's mom and Mrs. Van Daan become better friends, and everyone gets touchy near the end.
How does Anne and Peter's friendship affect others?
Margot- a little lonely
Mrs. Van Daan- jealous
Mrs. Frank- doesn't like it
Mr. Frank- doesn't think it's right
What does Mr. Kraler tell those in hiding on New Year's Day?
He tells them that someone is hinting at knowing about the Secret Annexe.
How does Mr. Kraler's news hint at the ending of the play?
It shows you that people are getting greed and suspicious. It is only a matter of time.
What happensd at the end of Scene 4?
The families are taken by the Nazis.
When does Act 5 occur?
After everyone has passed away. It is after the events in the diary.
Describe Anne's relationship with Mr. Dussel.
Unhappy, angry, Mr. Dussel thinks he is superior.
Describe Anne's relationship with Mr. Van Daan.
Angry, sarcastic, disrespectful.
Describe Anne's relationship with Mrs. Van Daan.
Uneasy, sometimes good, sometimes bad. Frustrated.
Describe Anne's relationship with Mr. Frank.
Loving, doting, devoted. Trusting.
Describe Anne's relationship with Peter.
Unsure, timid, developing. They believe they are in love.
Describe Anne's relationship with Mrs. Frank.
Indifferent, cold, sarcastic.
Describe Anne's relationship with Margot.
A little jealous, misunderstood, but still caring and loving.