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grade 12 review#2

Grade 12 review #2

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Kenning " whale Road"
What genre of poetry is Beowulf Epic
What are the qualities of an epic hero Pride, courage, honor,fame
direct characterization " There was a friar, a wanton festive fellow"
indirect characterization " He knew how to joust and dance to draw and write
Frame tale many stories within a story ( Canterbury Tale)
Nun's and Monk's vows povert, chastity, obedience
Mock -heroic style pokes fun at traditional epic verse. Used in The Nun's Priests Tale
Nun's Priest's Tale- Setting? Farm yard
Fable tale with its main characters as animals-has a moral
Nun's Priest Tale Moral? Beware the flatterers of the world
NPT major conflict Dreams are meaning ful vs Dreams or meaningless
allusion historical/biblical.literary references within a text
Chanticleers sin Pride
Couplet 2 lined stanza
quatrain 4 lined stanza
the tone of The Passionate Shepherd to his Love idealized love
What is the setting for The Passionate Shepherd to his Love country
Both pastoral poems are lyric true
Honey tongue sweet words
Created by: hollyholm