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EXAM TERMS+PRECEPTS (TERM 1)
EXAM TERMS+PRECEPTS (TERM 1)

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School
Brock University
Department
English
Course
ENGL 1F95
Professor
Tim Conley
Semester
Fall

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EXAM MATERIAL PRESETS Form and content are married. I. what you say + how you say it. Texts are in conversation (books talk to each other) • intertextuality. Reading is work/ performance. • active involvement. ALLEGORY - hidden meaning within a work ALLITERATION - series of words beginning with the same constant sound (ex. Alice ate apples with August) ANAPEST - metrical foot: two unstressed syllables followed by a stress (ex. overcome, underfoot) ANAPHORA- repetition of a word/words at the beginning of a line AUTHOR - creator; someone who writes literary works ASIDE - when a character speaks to the audience in the presence of other charas (who don't acknowledge it) CAESURA- a punctuated pause in the middle of a line/verse CONSTRAINTS - rules; keep things together DACTYL - metrical foot; stress, unstresss unstress (ex. dinosaur) DRAMATIC MONOLOGUE - when a character speaks to themselves aloud, revealing something END-STOP - punctuation that makes you pause ENJAMBMENT - continuation of a line over a line break EPANILEPSIS - repetition at the start and end (ex. eye to eye) EPIGRAPH - a phrase/quote at the beginning of a work EPISTROPHE - repetition of a word/words at the end of a line EXTENDED METAPHOR - metaphor that is continued throughout the work EYE RHYME - looks like it rhymes (ex. one, bone) GENRE - a classification (ex. drama, poetry) HAIKU -3 lines, 7/5/7, usually about nature HARD RHYME - a definite rhyme (ex. cat, mat) HARLEM RENAISSANCE - 20's-30's; recollection ofAfricanAmerican artists (ex. Bessie Smith, Langston Hughes) HYPERBOLE - intentional exagge
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