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English Unit 1-Reid

Who wrote the "Journal of the First Voyage to America" Christopher Columbus
Authors of Historical Narrative John Smith and William Bradford
Journals An individual's day by day account of events. Not always accurate.
Examples of Slave Narratives Interesting Narrative Uncle Tom's Cabin
Who wrote "The Earth on Turtle's Back" Onondaga
Who wrote "When Grizzlies walked Upright" Modoc
Who wrote "The Navajo Origin Legend" Navajo
Who wrote "The Iroquois Constitution The Iroquois
What does indication mean to point out
What does exquisite mean of special beauty or charm
What does affliction mean a state of pain, distress, or grief
What does abundance mean and overwhelming amount
What is a Journal an individual's day-by-day account of events.
What is an Origin Myth traditional stories that recount the origins of earthly life
What does ablutions mean a cleansing with water or other liquid
what does protrude mean stuck out
what does confederate mean united with others for a common purpose
what does disposition mean careful consideration
what does deliberation mean inclination to believe, do, or choose something
Who wrote "The Interesting Narrative of the Life of...." Olaudah Equiano
What is a slave narritive an autobiographical account of life as a slave
What does summarize mean to state breafly in your own words it's main ideas and most important details
What does loathsome mean disgusting offensive
what does pestilential mean causing infection
what does copious mean abundant
what does improvident mean lacking thrift or foresight
what does pacify mean to make peaceful
what does avarice mean greed
Who wrote "The General History of Virgina" John Smith
Who wrote "Of Plymouth Plantation" William Bradford
What is a historical narritive writings that provided a factual, chronological account of significant historical events.
What does pilfer mean to steal,
WHat does peril mean exposure to injury, loss, or destruction; grave risk
WHat does mollified mean to soften in feeling or temper,
What does recompense mean to repay
What does sundry mean various or diverse
WHat does conceits mean an excessively favorable opinion of one's own ability
What does palisades mean a fence of pales or stakes set firmly in the ground
What does loath mean unwilling; reluctant
Who wrote "To My Dear Loving Husband" Anne Bradstreet
Who wrote "Huswifery" Edward Taylor
What is Puritan Plain Style Short words, direct statements, and references to ordinary, everyday objects
What does recompense mean to repay; remunerate; reward, as for service, aid
What does manifold mean of many kinds; numerous and varied
What does persevere mean to persist in anything undertaken
Who wrote "From Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" Jonathan Edwards
What is a sermon a speech given from a pulpit in a house of worship, usually as part of a religious service.
What is imagery the descriptive or figurative language used to create word pictures
What is a metaphor a figure of speech in which one thing is spoken of as if it were something else
What is a simile a figure of speech that makes a comparison between two subjects using either like or as
What is repetition the repeated use of any element of language
What does omnipotent mean all powerful
What does ineffable mean inexpressible
What does dolorous mean sad mournful
Created by: cburkemper