Literary Terms• Name         Heeral bhatt• Rollno.      11• Year         2012/13• Semester     1• Paper no.    3• Unit no....
Literary Terms• Chorus• Diction• Expressive Criticism
Chorus• Meaning• “A refrain of a song”—oxford dictionary• Chorus means in unison• GREEK CHORUS-  ooooooooooooooooooooooo• ...
Diction• Diction pronounced—(dic-shun)• “A person’s way of pronouncing words”• Meaning• Four levels of diction
Example of diction by John Anderson• “A Frosty winter night my love,chill wind• whispers sweet adoration Binds my body wit...
Example of Diction by John keats• “This living hand, now warm and capable of  earnest grasping,would,if it were cold And i...
ExpressiveCriticism• Definition• Objectives• Design
Example of Expressive Criticism in      “eat,pray and love novel”• “I don’t want tobe any married any more,I  don’t want t...
THANK YOU•   Submitted To,•   DR. Dilip Barad,•   S.B.G.Department of English•   M.K.K.S.Bhavnagar university
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  • Hi Heeral,
    your topic is different and interesting.we all know that language of this paper is not easy to understand and even your language was of text so some points are still not clear.what I think is that it could had been explained in more better way by giving more examples.but nice attampt so keep it up.
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  • Hello Heeral,you tried to find Literary Terms. It is good. You included all the necessary things that made this blog perfect.
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  1. 1. Literary Terms• Name Heeral bhatt• Rollno. 11• Year 2012/13• Semester 1• Paper no. 3• Unit no. 5
  2. 2. Literary Terms• Chorus• Diction• Expressive Criticism
  3. 3. Chorus• Meaning• “A refrain of a song”—oxford dictionary• Chorus means in unison• GREEK CHORUS- ooooooooooooooooooooooo• Role of chorus
  4. 4. Diction• Diction pronounced—(dic-shun)• “A person’s way of pronouncing words”• Meaning• Four levels of diction
  5. 5. Example of diction by John Anderson• “A Frosty winter night my love,chill wind• whispers sweet adoration Binds my body with• the finest wool,The darkest of sweet• sensations”-----NIGHT MY LOVER
  6. 6. Example of Diction by John keats• “This living hand, now warm and capable of earnest grasping,would,if it were cold And in the “icy” silence of the tomb ,so hauntthy days,anh chill thy dreaming nights,That thou wouldst wish thine own heart dry off blood and thou be conscience-clamed-see here it is-I hold it towards you”--The Living Hand
  7. 7. ExpressiveCriticism• Definition• Objectives• Design
  8. 8. Example of Expressive Criticism in “eat,pray and love novel”• “I don’t want tobe any married any more,I don’t want tobe married again”• “I don’t want to be any more,you must divorce your husband”• “I don’t want to live in this house,I don’t want to have baby”
  9. 9. THANK YOU• Submitted To,• DR. Dilip Barad,• S.B.G.Department of English• M.K.K.S.Bhavnagar university

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