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an extended use of a symbolor metaphor; used to make poignant conversations; characters either have the personal name to show virtue or vices
allegory
a moral tale most frequetly used to embellish a sermon
exemplum
stories that are told and passed down through history usually involve animals
fable
a short humorous, frequently bawdy(dirty) usually in verse and dealt with the lower class; course crude language
fabliau
a short poem, usually romantic and preformed by a minstrel and sung
lay or lai
a dramatization frequently of a ible story that dramatized extreme power
miracle or mystery play
an allegory set in dramamtic form; heavy religious themes
morality play
a tale of chvalry, tales of knights, an idealized picture of a small section of society
romance
either in verse or prose; always sought to expose people's folies and misgivings
satire
Virgil
active reason
Beatrice
divine revelation
order/form of worship
liturgy
purchasing religious positions
simony
gap
caesura
repitition of intial consonant sounds
alliteration
like epithets but anglo-saxon
kenning
Julius Caesar
55BC
Rome to England
43AD
Rome left
410AD
Angles, Saxons, Jutes
449BC
Pope Gregorysends Augustine
597 AD
Danes
787AD
Normans
1066AD
Old English
450-1066
Middle English
1066-1500
Modern English
1500-Present
Middle Ages
500-1500
a constitutional rule that could be authoritized by church rulers
church doctrine
couldn't enter Pergutory
excommunication
3 Emotions of Aeneid
Anticipation
Actual
Recollection
retelling the story
epic recapitilation