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Literary periodjeopardy

  1. 1. Jeopardy This IS Developed by Ms. Voso
  2. 3. Puritanism
  3. 4. Rationalism
  4. 5. Romanticism
  5. 6. Transcendentalism
  6. 7. American Authors
  7. 8. Literary Techniques
  8. 9. Puritanism Rationalism Romanticism Transcend. A. Authors Lit Techniques $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $ 100 $200 $300 $400 $500
  9. 10. $100- Puritanism Fill in the Blank: All are damned to hell unless saved by ___________________________________.
  10. 11. $100 God’s Grace
  11. 12. $200-Puritanism True or False: Puritans were democratic. Explain your answer.
  12. 13. $200 False. Saved individuals ruled those who were not.
  13. 14. $300- Puritanism This historic event is responsible for the conviction and execution of over 150 women in a community of Massachusetts.
  14. 15. $300 The Salem Witch Trials
  15. 16. $400-Puritanism Fill in the Blank. Arthur Miller’s The Crucible draws parallels between the ________________ ________________________________ and the 1950’s hunt for Communists, named ________________________________________.
  16. 17. $400 The Salem Witch Trials/ McCarthyism
  17. 18. $500-Puritanism Fill in the blank. The age of Puritanism ended with many reasons. The most significant was the smallpox plague and Cotton Mather’s public campaign for _________________________________________.
  18. 19. $500 Inoculation
  19. 20. $100- Rationalism People arrive truth through ____________________.
  20. 21. $100 Reason
  21. 22. $200-Rationalism Rationalists like Benjamin Franklin believe that humans can be ___________.
  22. 23. $200 Perfected
  23. 24. $300-Rationalism What is an aphorism?
  24. 25. $300 An aphorism is a brief, cleverly worded statement about life.
  25. 26. $400- Rationalism List three grievances the colonists had against the British government.
  26. 27. $400 To Be Judged.
  27. 28. $500- Rationalism In 1988, to mark the bicentennial of the US constitution, Congress passed a resolution stating the influence of the _______________ Constitution on the principles of the US.
  28. 29. $500 Iroquois
  29. 30. $100-Romanticism The Romantics valued _____________ over reason.
  30. 31. $100 Feeling; Intuition
  31. 32. $200- Romanticism The Romantics looked to nature as being a reflection of ___________________ _________________________________________.
  32. 33. $200 Spiritual and Moral Development
  33. 34. $300- Romanticism Provide an example from the stories of Hawthorne or Poe to prove that the Romantics distrusted progress.
  34. 35. $300 To Be Judged.
  35. 36. $400-Romanticism Provide an example from the stories of Hawthorne or Poe to prove that the Romantics believed in the freedom of the individual.
  36. 37. $400 To Be Judged.
  37. 38. $500- Romanticism True or False. Like the Puritans, the Romantics believed that nature could be a sign of the moral lessons and divinity of God. Explain.
  38. 39. $500 False. Moral Lessons revealed were not necessarily revealed or related to God.
  39. 40. $100-Transcendentalism Transcendental refers to the idea that in order to determine the true reality of God, self, and life, one must transcend beyond ____________.
  40. 41. $100 A human’s everyday experiences of the physical world.
  41. 42. $200- Transcendentalism Everything in the world is a reflection of the ___________________________________.
  42. 43. $200 Divine Soul
  43. 44. <ul><li>$300- Transcendentalism </li></ul><ul><li>The following are views of the Transcendentalists. Name which literary period was its influence. </li></ul><ul><li>Use intuition to behold God’s spirit </li></ul><ul><li>God’s spirit is revealed in nature </li></ul><ul><li>Self-reliance and individualism are more important than external authority </li></ul><ul><li>Values feelings & intuition over rational thought </li></ul>
  44. 45. <ul><li>$300 </li></ul><ul><li>Romanticism </li></ul><ul><li>Puritanism </li></ul><ul><li>Rationalism </li></ul><ul><li>Romanticism </li></ul>
  45. 46. $400- Transcendentalism Explain Emerson’s optimistic outlook.
  46. 47. $400 If we trust that we know God directly, than each of us is part of the Divine Soul, and therefore, each of us is a part of the source of all good.
  47. 48. $500- Transcendentalism Explain the difference in outlooks between transcendentalists like Emerson, and the “dark” Romantics like Poe and Hawthorne.
  48. 49. $500 Romantics didn’t ignore the dark side of the human identity. Good vs. Evil Original Sin Guilt
  49. 50. $100- American Authors This American Author is credited with writing one of the most powerful Puritan sermons.
  50. 51. $100 Jonathan Edwards
  51. 52. $200- American Authors This line came from one of the works of this popular Rationalist. “ He that composes himself is wiser than he that composes books.”
  52. 53. $200 Benjamin Franklin
  53. 54. $300- American Authors This American Author had a tragic death to match his tragic life. He is responsible for the name of Baltimore’s football team. Name the author and three disappointments/setbacks from his life.
  54. 55. $300 Edgar Allan Poe To be Judged.
  55. 56. $400- American Authors This American Author is criticized by her modern African American counterparts. Identify this author and explain the criticism which surrounds her.
  56. 57. $400 Phillis Wheatley advocated for the freedom of the colonists from England rather than freedom for the slaves within the colonies.
  57. 58. Daily Double!!
  58. 59. $500 This American poet had her house burnt down and yet remained faithful to God.
  59. 60. $500 Anne Bradstreet
  60. 61. $100- Literary Techniques This literary technique is used in The Declaration of Independence. “ He has…” “ He has…”
  61. 62. $100 Parallelism
  62. 63. $200- Literary Techniques Thomas Paine uses this literary technique in his speech, The Crisis . He incorporates a very brief story about a Tory inn keeper in order to serve as an example of a Tory’s selfishness.
  63. 64. $200 Anecdote
  64. 65. $300- Literary Technique This technique of the Romantic writers is illustrated below: A few miles from Boston, in Massachusetts, there is a deep inlet winding several miles into the interior of the country from Charles Bay, and terminating in a thickly wooded swamp, or morass.
  65. 66. $300 Numerous Prepositional Phrases
  66. 67. $400- Literary Techniques In “The DEVIL and TOM WALKER,” Irving uses a classical conflict of a character making a deal with the devil. What is a classical pattern that is repeated in literature?
  67. 68. $400 Archetype
  68. 69. $500- Literary Techniques Name the literary technique being used and the author/work. “… for though the flame of liberty may sometimes cease to shine, the coal can never expire.”
  69. 70. $500 Metaphor- Thomas Paine’s “ The Crisis”
  70. 71. Final Jeopardy Place Your Wager.
  71. 72. What literary period does this passage come from? &quot;Why do you tremble at me alone?&quot; cried he, turning his veiled face round the circle of pale spectators. &quot;Tremble also at each other! Have men avoided me, and women shown no pity, and children screamed and fled, only for my black veil? What, but the mystery which it obscurely typifies, has made this piece of crape so awful? When the friend shows his inmost heart to his friend; the lover to his best beloved; when man does not vainly shrink from the eye of his Creator, loathsomely treasuring up the secret of his sin; then deem me a monster, for the symbol beneath which I have lived, and die! I look around me, and, lo! on every visage a Black Veil!&quot;

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