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400 300 300 300 300 300 FINAL 400 500 500 500 400 400 500 100 100 100 100 500 400 300 100 500 Terms 1 Terms 3 Terms 2 Fina...
Pertaining to the value of art for its own sake or for form. Answer
Aesthetic
Use of historically inaccurate details in a  text. Answer
Anachronism
Repetition of the last word of one clause at the beginning of the next clause.  Answer
Anadoplosis
The regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the beginning of successive phrases or clauses.  Answer
Anaphora
The use of opposing or contrasting ideas in parallel grammatical forms of parts of speech. Answer
Antithesis
A concise statement designed to make a point or illustrate a commonly  held belief. Answer
Aphorism
The practice of omitting conjunctions between words, phrases, or clauses. Answer
Asyndeton
A novel or story whose theme is the moral or psychological growth of the main character.  Answer
Bildungsroman
The works of an author that have been accepted as authentic.  Answer
Canon
Seize the day. Answer
Carpe Diem
Purification or cleansing of the spirit through the emotions of pity and terror as a witness to a tragedy. Answer
Catharsis
Figure of speech by which the order of the terms in the first of parallel causes is reversed in the second. Answer
Chiasmus
Informal speech or writing, such as local or regional saying. Answer
Colloquial
The repetition of two or more consonants with a change in the intervening vowels, such as pitter-patter, splish-splash, an...
Consonance
Process of reasoning in which a conclusion is determined from a set of given evidence. Answer
Deductive
The dictionary definition of a word; the direct and specific meaning. Answer
Denotation
The use of an artificial device or contrived solution to solve a difficult situation. Answer
Deus ex machina
Intended for teaching or to teach a moral lesson. Answer
Didactic
A format discussion of a subject.  Answer
Discourse
Ghostly counterpart of a living person or an alter ego. Answer
Doppelganger
An imaginary place where people live dehumanized, often fearful lives.  Answer
Dystopia
A poem or prose lamenting the death of a particular person. Answer
Elegy
A quote set at the beginning of a literary work or at its divisions to set the tone or suggest a theme. Answer
Epigraph
A piece of literature contained in or carried on by letters. Answer
Epistolary
The repetition of a word or words at the end of two or more successive verses, clauses, or sentences. Answer
Epistrophe
A piece of writing in praise of a deceased person. Answer
Epitaph
The moral element that determines a character’s actions, rather than thought or emotion. Answer
Ethos
The substitution of a milder or less direct expression for one that is harsh or blunt. Answer
Euphemism
A single word or short phrase intended to emphasize surrounding words. Answer
Expletive
An argument that isn’t valid.   Answer
Fallacy
A person or thing that makes another seem better by contrast. Answer
Foil
Aristotle’s term for the main character’s tragic flaw or error in judgment. Answer
Hamartia
A sentence or word that relays a command. Answer
Imperative
Refers to opening a story in the middle of the action. Answer
In Media Res
The use of angry and insulting language in satirical writing.   Answer
Invective
Placing of two items side by side to create a certain effect, reveal an attitude, or accomplish some other purpose. Answer
Juxtaposition
The logical information Presented. Answer
Logos
Monitoring your own thoughts as you encounter ideas and facts presented to you in written form. Answer
Metacognition
Desire to return in thought or fact to a former time. Answer
Nostalgia
A statement that seems contradictory but is actually true. Answer
Paradox
The audience's anticipated emotional reaction Answer
Pathos
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  1. 1. 400 300 300 300 300 300 FINAL 400 500 500 500 400 400 500 100 100 100 100 500 400 300 100 500 Terms 1 Terms 3 Terms 2 Final 200 200 200 200 200 200 100 Terms 4 Terms 5 Terms 6 Mrs. Warren's AP Lang Lit Term Review
  2. 2. Pertaining to the value of art for its own sake or for form. Answer
  3. 3. Aesthetic
  4. 4. Use of historically inaccurate details in a text. Answer
  5. 5. Anachronism
  6. 6. Repetition of the last word of one clause at the beginning of the next clause. Answer
  7. 7. Anadoplosis
  8. 8. The regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the beginning of successive phrases or clauses. Answer
  9. 9. Anaphora
  10. 10. The use of opposing or contrasting ideas in parallel grammatical forms of parts of speech. Answer
  11. 11. Antithesis
  12. 12. A concise statement designed to make a point or illustrate a commonly held belief. Answer
  13. 13. Aphorism
  14. 14. The practice of omitting conjunctions between words, phrases, or clauses. Answer
  15. 15. Asyndeton
  16. 16. A novel or story whose theme is the moral or psychological growth of the main character. Answer
  17. 17. Bildungsroman
  18. 18. The works of an author that have been accepted as authentic. Answer
  19. 19. Canon
  20. 20. Seize the day. Answer
  21. 21. Carpe Diem
  22. 22. Purification or cleansing of the spirit through the emotions of pity and terror as a witness to a tragedy. Answer
  23. 23. Catharsis
  24. 24. Figure of speech by which the order of the terms in the first of parallel causes is reversed in the second. Answer
  25. 25. Chiasmus
  26. 26. Informal speech or writing, such as local or regional saying. Answer
  27. 27. Colloquial
  28. 28. The repetition of two or more consonants with a change in the intervening vowels, such as pitter-patter, splish-splash, and click-clack. Answer
  29. 29. Consonance
  30. 30. Process of reasoning in which a conclusion is determined from a set of given evidence. Answer
  31. 31. Deductive
  32. 32. The dictionary definition of a word; the direct and specific meaning. Answer
  33. 33. Denotation
  34. 34. The use of an artificial device or contrived solution to solve a difficult situation. Answer
  35. 35. Deus ex machina
  36. 36. Intended for teaching or to teach a moral lesson. Answer
  37. 37. Didactic
  38. 38. A format discussion of a subject. Answer
  39. 39. Discourse
  40. 40. Ghostly counterpart of a living person or an alter ego. Answer
  41. 41. Doppelganger
  42. 42. An imaginary place where people live dehumanized, often fearful lives. Answer
  43. 43. Dystopia
  44. 44. A poem or prose lamenting the death of a particular person. Answer
  45. 45. Elegy
  46. 46. A quote set at the beginning of a literary work or at its divisions to set the tone or suggest a theme. Answer
  47. 47. Epigraph
  48. 48. A piece of literature contained in or carried on by letters. Answer
  49. 49. Epistolary
  50. 50. The repetition of a word or words at the end of two or more successive verses, clauses, or sentences. Answer
  51. 51. Epistrophe
  52. 52. A piece of writing in praise of a deceased person. Answer
  53. 53. Epitaph
  54. 54. The moral element that determines a character’s actions, rather than thought or emotion. Answer
  55. 55. Ethos
  56. 56. The substitution of a milder or less direct expression for one that is harsh or blunt. Answer
  57. 57. Euphemism
  58. 58. A single word or short phrase intended to emphasize surrounding words. Answer
  59. 59. Expletive
  60. 60. An argument that isn’t valid. Answer
  61. 61. Fallacy
  62. 62. A person or thing that makes another seem better by contrast. Answer
  63. 63. Foil
  64. 64. Aristotle’s term for the main character’s tragic flaw or error in judgment. Answer
  65. 65. Hamartia
  66. 66. A sentence or word that relays a command. Answer
  67. 67. Imperative
  68. 68. Refers to opening a story in the middle of the action. Answer
  69. 69. In Media Res
  70. 70. The use of angry and insulting language in satirical writing. Answer
  71. 71. Invective
  72. 72. Placing of two items side by side to create a certain effect, reveal an attitude, or accomplish some other purpose. Answer
  73. 73. Juxtaposition
  74. 74. The logical information Presented. Answer
  75. 75. Logos
  76. 76. Monitoring your own thoughts as you encounter ideas and facts presented to you in written form. Answer
  77. 77. Metacognition
  78. 78. Desire to return in thought or fact to a former time. Answer
  79. 79. Nostalgia
  80. 80. A statement that seems contradictory but is actually true. Answer
  81. 81. Paradox
  82. 82. The audience's anticipated emotional reaction Answer
  83. 83. Pathos
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