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SEMESTER FINAL REVIEW. ENGLISH 2013. PAGE 1 LITERARY ELEMENTS. Point of view Irony Mood Setting Characterization Protagonist Symbol Allusion theme. 10. Conflict 11. Metaphor 12. Hyperbole 13. Alliteration 14. Personification 15. onomatopoeia. LITERARY ELEMENTS PAGE 2.

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PAGE 1

LITERARY ELEMENTS

Point of view

Irony

Mood

Setting

Characterization

Protagonist

Symbol

Allusion

theme

10. Conflict

11. Metaphor

12. Hyperbole

13. Alliteration

14. Personification

15. onomatopoeia

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LITERARY ELEMENTS

PAGE 2

FOR NUMBER 1-6

CHOOSE FROM THESE TERMS:

Idiom

Allusion

Personification

Oxymoron

Irony

simile

FOR NUMBER 7-13

CHOOSE FROM THESE TERMS:

Onomatopoeia

Metaphor

allusion

Imagery

Idiom

Characterization

Foreshadowing

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LITERARY ELEMENTS

PAGE 2

FOR NUMBER 14-17

CHOOSE FROM THESE TERMS:

Theme

Diction

Metaphor

Hyperbole

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Are you correct?

Literary Terms

Page 2

0xymoron

2. Idiom

3. Personification

4. Simile

5. Allusion

6. Irony

7. Metaphor

8. Idiom

9. Characterization

10. Imagery

11. Onomatopoeia

12. Foreshadowing

13. Allusion

14. Diction

15. Hyperbole

16. Theme

17. Metaphor

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Adorn – to enhance or decorate

Attache – assistant to an ambassador or other high official

Clutch – to grasp and hold tight

Restrain – to hold back; to control

Prodigy – a person with an exceptional talent

Subtle – slight, difficult to detect

Liable – likely to

Naturalist – one who studies living things, especially plants or

animals, by observing them directly

Arresting – demanding the attention; striking

REVIEW

PAGE 3

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VOCABULARY

Sober – to make or become serious and quiet

Forfeit – to lose as a penalty for some error or failure

Veranda – a long porch, usually with a roof, along

one or more sides of a house

REVIEW

PAGE 3

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TOP EIGHT VERBS

Analyze – Take apart a concept or a process, explain it step by step

Compare – Show likenesses when you compare two events

Describe – Give an account of in words

Develop – To expand or enlarge by adding detail and fullness

Infer – To conclude from the evidence given

Make – to form in the mind or compose

Understand – To grasp the importance of, to grasp the meaning of

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ANALOGIES

PAGE 4-5

CRANE : LIFT :: bulldozer : excavate

NOVELIST : FICTION :: playwright : drama

JAR : LID :: bottle : cork

AUTHOR: ____________ :: WOODSMAN : AXE

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ANALOGIES

PAGE 5

5. RUNNER : SWIFT :: BALLERINA : __________________

6. CARPENTER : SAW :: SCULPTOR : _________________

7. ____________ : HOSPITAL :: TELLER : BANK

ACTOR : ____________ :: FARMER : FIELD

___________ : DOWNPOUR :: BREEZE : HURRICANE

___________ : BOW :: ANTERIOR : POSTERIOR

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“THE DINNER PARTY”

REVIEW PAGE 6

  • A colonial official and his wife
  • Who has the most self-control, men or women? The two people are
    • young woman and the Colonel.

3. The servant puts a bowl of milk on the veranda.

Makes a bet with the guest to sit still

The colonial official’s wife because the snake slithered

across her foot.