English Literature Units 5 & 6–3rd Nine Week Exam

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(John) Dryden
wrote “A Song for St. Cecilia’s Day, 1687
ode
one of the most formal and most complex types of lyrical poetry that has a fixed purpose and deals with one dignified theme
onomatopoeia
using words which sound like what they mean
Restoration Literature
appealed to the cold intellect and were for the most part presented in a satirical, didactic, and argumentative (1660-1700)
(John) Dryden
ruling poet of the Restoration Literature
Age of Reason
eighteenth century known as with deism
deism
a belief in a impersonal God, who, after creating the world, left it to run by natural laws and left man to take care of himself by using his intellect
Age of Pope
first half of eighteenth century, characterized by a return to classical standards
Age of Johnson
second half of the eighteenth century
prose
eighteenth century became known as an age of …
(Jonathan) Swift
the most prominent English prose satirist of the time
journalism and novel
the two greatest literary contributions of the age
novel
the most enduring popular genre of modern time
(John) Dryden
Father of Modern Literary Criticism
dad
persuaded Robinson Crusoe not to go to sea
Poll
Robinson Crusoe’s parrots name
Friday
native islander Robinson Crusoe won to the Lord
(Roger de) Coverley
improved congregational singing in The Spectator
satire
the ridicule of human folly or vice with the purpose of correcting it
(Jonathan) Swift
wrote Gulliver’s Travels
Lilliputians
6″ tall people in Gulliver’s Travels who find Gulliver’s hat
Yahoos
humans in Gulliver’s Travels
horse
animal that was called Houyhnhnms
Rambler
Samuel Johnson published in 1750-1752
(William) Blackstone
wrote “Commentaries on the Laws of England”
(Samuel) Johnson
the greatest writer of the eighteenth century
Morning
time of day Matthew Henry wrote about best time to do devotions with God
Atlantic Ocean
the Castaway took place
(Isaac) Watts
“Father of English Hymnody”
(John) Rippon
published first Baptist hymnal
the Task
poem William Cowper wrote that has the theme “Presents nature as God’s Creation for man to enjoy
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
poem Gray wrote to obscure humble people
Auburn
village described in Goldsmith’s poem “The Deserted Village”
Deserted Village
poem that has the theme “Lament of times that are no more and simplicity of rural life”
the Lamb
poem Blake wrote that symbolizes purity
the Tyger
poem Blake wrote that symbolizes evil
clod
symbolizes humility, love, and self-sacrifice in “The Clod and the Pebble”
London
Blake wrote theme “that human nature is corrupt and fallen”
(Robert) Burns
Scotland’s greatest poet
apostrophe
words addressed to an inanimate object as if it were a person
Auld Lang Syne
Burn’s poem that has the theme “Mestalogic remembering the past”
A Man’s a Man for a’ That
Burn’s poem that themes “Love of liberty by praising the worth of an individual”
To a Louse
sincere poem that Burn wrote
The Cotter’s Saturday Night
Burns wrote about Pious Scottish Life
Addison, Steele, Johnson
18th century Journalists
Robinson Crusoe
1st English novel to gain worldwide recognition
epigram
concise saying often witty or satiric
An Essay on Man
“Say first of God above or Man below, what can we reason but from what we know?”
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
“Full many a gem of purest ray serene the dark unfathomed caves of ocean bear; full many a flower is born to blush unseen, and waste its sweetness on the desert air.”
The Cotter’s Saturday Night
“An’ honest man’s the noblest work of God’;”
Lines Written in Early Spring
poem theme: Conflict between the Beauty of Nature and depravity of men
Expostulation and Reply
poem theme: The power of nature to impress our minds
The Tables Turned
poem theme: Nature is a better teacher than man
daffodils
I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud remembering a field of …
Lucy poems
poems “She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways” and “A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal” called
A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal
poem has reflection on the death of Lucy
France
In “Near Dover” poet is looking to
Milton
English poet celebrated in London, 1802
To a Sky-lark
poem that has an image of a bird who has apparitions to the faithful
albatross
headed South Polar regions behind ship in “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
the greatest of all English literary ballads
kills albatross
error that Captain Mariner makes
captain’s neck
shipmen hangs albatross on
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
theme: Love which bind all creative things
Kubla Khan
poem of Coleridge’s dream of China
The Battle of Blenheim
poem that Southey is expressing confusion about the significance of a war
Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage
poem Byronic hero 1st introduced
Bonnivard
prisoner in “the Prisoner of Chillon: A Fable”
Istanbul
in “Maid of Athens”, speaker is going to
To a Skylark
poem that compares a Skylark song to a poet, maiden, golden glowworm, rose
Fall
season of “Ode to the West Wind”
Mutability
theme: All things are prone to change
Ode on a Grecian Urn
theme: permanence in a world of change is satisfied through art; the most famous ode in English
(John) Keats
wrote “Ode on a Grecian Urn”
‘Tis the Last Rose of Summer
poem about old guy’s friends have all left; Moore’s best-known song
My Native Land
patriotic poem that expresses a poets love for homeland
castle
setting of Ivanhoe and Rebecca in Medieval England
shield
thing Rebecca protects herself when she sees battle
wounded
reason why Ivanhoe can not see battle
Jew
reason why Ivanhoe can not love Rebecca because she is a …
Black Knight
leads the English forces in attacking castle in Ivanhoe and Rebecca
Pride and Prejudice
the first significant novel to deal with an entire family
Elizabeth (Lizzy)
daughter Mr. Bennet favors most
Mr. Bingley
gentleman who Mrs. Bennet tries to have marry one of her daughters
Jane
young lady Mr. Bingley prefers most of Mr. Bennet’s daughters
Mr. Darcy
friend of Mr. Bingley who appears proud and rude
Dream Children: A Reverie
essay in which a dream of his imaginary children written by Charles Lamb
(William) Wordsworth
the greatest English poet since Milton; initiated the Romantic Movement
(Samuel Taylor) Coleridge
one of the finest English poet-critics
George Gordon, Lord Byron
invented the Byronic hero
(Percy Bysshe) Shelley
wrote “A Dirge”
(Percy Bysshe) Shelley
greatest English lyricist
(John) Keats
wrote “On First Looking into chapman’s Homer”
(John) Keats
wrote “When I Have Fears”
(John) Keats
wrote “a thing of beauty is a joy forever”
(Horace) Walpole
known for the Gothic novel
Sir Walter Scott
known famous the historical novel
(Jane) Austen
perfected the novel of manners
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
greatest English lyrist
Romantic Age
age poetry found in
Romantic Age
age familiar essay found
Romantic Age
age Byronic hero found
Restoration 18th Century
age neoclassicism found
Lines Written in Early Spring
“Have I not reason to lament what man has made of man?”
Ode: Intimations of Immortality
“The Rainbow comes and goes, and lovely is the Rose”
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
“Water, water, every where, and all the boards did shrink; water, water, every where nor any drop to drink.”
Kubla Khan
“Through caverns measureless to man down to a sunless sea.”
Ode to the West Wind
“If Winter comes, can Spring be far behind?”
Ode on a Grecian Urn
“Beauty is truth, truth beauty’,–that is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know”
Maid of Athens, Ere We Part
“Maid of Athens, ere we part, Give, oh, give me back my heart!”
Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage
“I have not loved the world, nor the world me”
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