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Survey of American Literature II. JEOPARDY. Mid-Term Review. Router Modes. Router Modes. Bridge Texts. Poetry. WAN Encapsulation. WAN Encapsulation. The “isms”. WAN Services. WAN Services. Jargon. Router Basics. Router Basics. Identify Me. Router Commands . Router

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Survey of american literature ii

Survey of American Literature II

JEOPARDY

Mid-Term Review


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This author was a master of self-promotion.

A: Who is Walt Whitman?


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She kept the Sabbath “staying at home…”

A: Who is the narrator of “Some keep the Sabbath going to church?


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“Crossing Brooklyn Ferry” is addressed to this diverse group.

A: What is generations to come?


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Frederick Douglass’s famous speech “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” is an example of this earlier literary form.

A: What is the Jeremiad.


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As a group, the “bridge” authors span this significant historical era.

A: What is the middle of the 19th century?


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This poet is sometimes known as “The Belle of Amherst.”

A: Who is Emily Dickinson?


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This poet famously said, “No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader…”

A: Who is Robert Frost?


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This poem by William Carlos Williams is noted for its simple complexity (or is that complex simplicity?).

A: What is The Red Wheelbarrow ?


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Author of the telling line “Saxifrage is my flower that splits the rocks.”

A: Who is William Carlos Williams?


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Provide an image from Billy Collins’s “Introduction to Poetry” that describes your current approach to reading poetry.

A: Answers will vary. Instructor discretion.


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Chronologically, this “ism” comes first (among those we’ve covered this term).

A: What is a romanticism (or realism)?


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Name one writer whose work is sometimes classified as “naturalist.”

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Name a story we read that fits neatly into just one “ism” category

A: What is none of them?


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This “realist” author was sometimes accused of creating a “tempest in a teacup.”

A: Who is William Dean Howells?


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This “ism” follows “naturalism” in the general chronology of American Lit (though we haven’t discussed it much as yet).

A: What is modernism?


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This shapely idea gives form to the plot points of many of the short stories we’ve read.

A: What is Freytag’s Pyramid?


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These two “tropes” are the most commonly known of the four major tropes.

A: What are metaphor and simile?


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This term means, among other things, the body of rules, standards, or principles accepted as axiomatic or binding

A: What is the canon?


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Rather than a stuck-up person, this term refers to the governing idea or trope in a work of literature.

A: What is a conceit?


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By giving the oiler a name, Stephen Crane is employing this literary device.

A: What is foreshadowing?


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“Something there is that doesn’t love a wall…”

A: What is “Mending Wall” by Robert Frost?


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“The Negro is a sort of seventh son, born with a veil, and gifted with second-sight…”

A: What is “The Souls of Black Folk” by WEB Dubois?


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“If I am going to be drowned, why, in the name of the seven mad gods who rule the sea, was I allowed to come this far…?”

A: What is “The Open Boat” by Stephen Crane?


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“…let me make it plain:I find this frenzy insufficient reasonFor conversation when we meet again”

A: What is “[I, being born a woman]” by Edna St. Vincent Millay?


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“Death is a dignitary who, when he comes announced, is to be received with formal manifestations of respect, even by those most familiar with him.”

A: What is “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” by Ambrose Bierce?


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This story is set in Idaho.

A: What is “On a Side Track” by Mary Hallock Foote?


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This eponymous character rises out of the vulgar “to live again in the ideal.”

A: What is “Editha” by William Dean Howells?


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The rest cure not being very effective, the main character in this story goes around (and around) the bend.

A: What is “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gillman?


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The zinger in this story is a revelation about paternity.

A: What is “Roman Fever” by Edit Wharton?


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Though not precisely “short fiction” this text has many hallmarks of fiction, including strong characters and a nicely knotted plot line.

A: What is “Trifles” by Susan Glaspell?


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Final Jeopardy

According to this knowledge-making worldview, texts are the products of readers and writers collaborating in the moments of production and consumption.

A: What is epistemology?


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