- The way in which a poem is laid out
- What poems are divided into-May or may not be a sentance
- A group of lines in a poem
- same sounding endings
- internal rhyme
- use of rhyming words within the line
- End Rhyme
- rhyming words at end of line
- rhyme scheme (AB AB)
- a pattern of end rhymes
- pattern of sound created by the arrangment of stressed/unstressed syllobles
- a repeated rythmic pattern
- Repitition of consanat sounds at begining of words
- repitition of vowels in non-rhyming words
- To use words that sound like they refer to (animal sounds, thump)
- repititon of consanat sounds in or at end of words
- voice relatingideas of story/poem
- launguage appealing to ones sences
- figurative launguage
- communicates different, unordinary, words
- putting human qualities to thing/animal
- comparison using "like"
- More dirrect comparison-no like involved
- narritive poem that can be sung/recited
- forming a mental picture from written info
- export/authority in a field (especialy fine arts/matters of taste)
- Narrative Poem
- A poem that tells a story
- Told by someone
- Narrative Non-Fiction
- A true event that someone tells of
- 1/2 Non-Fiction
- explains itself
- a logical guess based on ideas
- word/phrase repeated many times in the same place
- Open here I flung the shutter,with many a flrt and flutter
- tis some visitor i mutteres, tapping at my chamber door
- Rhyme Scheme
- ABCBBB, Every 2nd, fourth, fith and 6th is B.
- End Rhyme
- lore, door, door, more
- Internal Rhymes
- and the raven, never flitting, still is sitting, still is sitting on my bedroom door.
- Then, methought, the air grew denser, perfumed by some unseen censor
- to the fowl whose fiery eyes now burned into my bosums core
- quothe the raven nevermore
- a person, place, thing, or idea
- replaces a noun
- describes a noun or pronoun
- modifies adjecive, pronoun, or verb
- action or state of being
- links words or groups of words to other words or groups or words in a sentance
- shows extreme emotion
- shows realation ship of a noun to another word in the sentance
- Noun that does the action
- Object of the Preposition
- Noun preposition relates to
- Direct Object
- Answers Question "What" or "Whom" after an action verb
- Indirest Object
- Answers "to whom?" "for whom" "to what" or "for what" after the action vewb
- Predicate Noun
- Follows the linking verb and renames the subject
- A noun following a noun that renames it
- A verb form that can function as an adj.
- Past Participle
- To from new past/present forms by changing spelling or adding letters to existing ones (ex. eat=eating)
- Made of participle with "ing" -exceptions
- Present Participle
- made with participle and "ed" -exceptions
- ends with "ing" and is only used with a noun participle.
- a verb form that functions in a sentance as a noun, an adjective, or adverb
- Verbal Phrase
- a verbal plus any complements and modifiers
- aboard, about, above, across, after, against, aong, amid, amoung, around
- Helping Verbs
- Am, is, arem was, were, being, been, be, has, have, had, can, could, should, would, may, might, shall, should, must, will, would
- Foms of "BE"
- Am, is, arem was, were, being, been, be
- Linking Verbs
- Look, Stay, Taste, Remain, Grow, Appear, Feel, Become, Sound,
The Research Paper
- The three library People-
- Mrs. Hill (gave Presentatin), Mrs. Gaddy, and Mr. Swansig
- Resource Paper
- A paper on a subject using a variety of sources
Four types of paper
- went and interviewed guy and everyone connected to him in any way
- I think it's a combination of interviews/other stuff
- evaluates qualities
- the subjects life/timeset
- What happens if one prints a paper at the library?
- It goes to the counter. They will staple it for you so you don't have to get up right away.
- What time is the library open?
- Boolian Search
- uses 3 key words to help your selection-Not, Or, and And
- Biographies on "Dewy Decimal System"
- Contemporary Authors
- CD with 100,000 authurs-by Gail Research Incorperated
- Discovering Autors
- Has more detail, but it is only 300 autors
- Online Dakota Information Network-Click Here
contains 80 more authors
It was the schooner hesperous, A
That sailed the wintery sea, B
And the skipper had taken his little daughter C
To bear him company B
U's over unstressed
appostrifies for stressed
(both go over syllables)
Edgar Allen Poe-
- Jan. 19, 1809 as Edgar Poe
- 1849 of "congestion of the Brain"
- Married 14 year old cousin Virginia, 1936
In 1842 she burst a vessel while singing-almost died. 5 years later she did die.
- Father deserted family a little after little poe(A.K.A. Brockman [me] Reincarnated) was born. Mom died when he was two. Taken in by friends of family, Frances Allen and husband john.
- In 1833, after 8 months at west point, Poe got $50 prize for "Ms. Found in a Bottle"
- What Happened
- Age of 17 went to U of Virginia, faught w/ dad over money, ran off. Published first book of poetry (didn't sell) Joined army-served 18 months to eat as model soldier at Ft. Independance (boston) Found out from dad that mom was dead, went home and made up w/ dad. Little while latter, dad dis-owned poe. Before this happened, poe got sent to west point. Went to baltimore to visit real parents family while waiting for application to be proccesed. After 8 monts, left, in 1833 got $50 for "Ms. Found in a Bottle".
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