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AHS Literature

AHS QB Literature

Name of the castle where Hamlet takes place Elsinore
Country where Macbeth takes place Scotland
City where Shylock makes his loans Venice
Country which is the main setting for Hamlet Denmark
The title character runs off with Jim, a runaway slave, on a wild trip down the Mississippi River The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Edward VI and Tom Canty switch places in this work The Prince and the Pauper
Hank Morgan, the title character, meets up with Lancelot, Merlin, and others in this novel A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
Daniel Webster plays the title role in this short story about losing a race in California The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County
Novel-As I Lay Dying William Faulkner
Novel- Death, Be Not Proud John Gunther
Poem-Death, Be Not Proud John Donne
Novel-The Naked and the Dead Norman Mailer
Poem-The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner Randall Jarrell
Poem-I Heard a Fly Buzz When I Died Emily Dickinson
Novel- A Day No Pigs Would Die Robert Newton Peck
Short Story-The Death of Ivan Ilyich Leo Tolstoy
Novel-Death in Venice Thomas Mann
Play-Murder by Death Neil Simon
Death Comes for the Archbishop Willa Cather
Duncan, MacDuff, 3 witches MacBeth
Casca, Cicero, Cassius Julius Caesar
Casio, Iago, Barbantio Othello
Alonso, Sebastian, Prospero The Tempest
Count Paris, Friar Laurence, Prince Escalus Romeo and Juliet
Duke of Norfolk, Cardinal Wolsey, Cranmer Henry VIII
Katherine, Petruchio, Vincentio Taming of the Shrew
Goneril, Regan, Cordelia King Lear
Archidamus, Florizel, Leontes The Winter's Tale
Shallow, Fenton, Sir John Falstaff The Merry Wives of Windsor
Helena, Diana, Bertram All's Well That Ends Well
Polonius, Laertes, Ophelia Hamlet
Alfonso, Sebastian, Prospero The Tempest
Octavius, Caesar, Lepidus, Sextus Pompeius Antony and Cleopatra
Thesus, Lysander, Bottom A Midsummer Night's Dream
Duke Orsino, Antonio, Malvolio Twelfth Night
Bertram, Lafeu, Parolles All's Well That Ends Well
Ferdinand, King of Navarre; Holofernes Love's Labours Lost
Baptista, Lucentio, Petruchio, Bianca Taming of the Shrew
Leontes, Mamillius, Polixenes The Winter's Tale
Bathazar, Angelo, Pinch A comedy of Errors
_____ and the King of Slam by Margaret Landon Anna
_____ of Cancer by Henry Miller Tropic
_____ of the Grotesque and Arabesque by Edgar Allan Poe Tales
_____ from the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy Far
_____ Nickleby by Charles Dickens Nicholas
_____ of Eden by John Steinbeck East
_____ Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare Much
_____ Liasons by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos Dangerous
_____ Abbey by Jane Austen Northanger
_____ and Dreamscapes by Stephen King Nightmares
_____ in the Sky by Issac Asimov Peeble
Trees Joyce Kilmer
John Brown's Body Stephen Vincent Benet
Spoon River Anthology Edgar Lee Masters
Richard Cory Edwin Arlington Robinson
Longfellow's most famous work tells of the midnight ride of what American patriot? Paul Revere
"By the stories of Gitche Gumee, By the shining Big-Sea-Water" is how this poem begins Song of Hiawatha
The title woman of this work was seperated from her love Gabriel, whom she later finds Evangeline
The title character of this work stands "Under a spreading chestnut tree" The Village Blacksmith
Identify this character from Animal Farm: Inspired by the Soviet paper Pravda, this pig is the public speaker and apologist for Napoleon's actions. Squealer
Identify this character from Animal Farm: Representing Trotsky, this pig fights Napoleon for controls but loses and is chased away by the dogs. Snowball
Identify this character from Animal Farm: the original owner of Manor Farm, possibly representing Nicholas II Mr. Jones
Identify this cahracter from Animal farm: Strong and loyal, this draft horse represents the proletariat and is ultimately destroyed Boxer
The title bird of this poem mysteriously speaks to a distraught lover. The Raven
Although sad, the narrator believes he will reunite with his love, the title character of this poem. Annabel Lee
In pursuit of a rare sherry Montresor chains Fortunato to a wall of a cave and seals the doorway. The Cask of Amontillado
The title object of this C. Auguste Dupin mystery is found sittng on the blackmailer's desk. The Purloined Letter
This is the basic metrical unit of a poem foot
This type of duple meter is a weak syllable followed by a strong. lamb (ic)
This type of duple meter is a strong followed by a weak trochee troche(ic)
This triple meter starts with a strong syllable Dactyl (ic)
This triple meter ends with a strong syllable Anapest (ic)
Poet of A Further Range, 1937 Robert Frost
Poet of Now and Then, 1979 Robert Penn Warren
Poet of Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror, 1976 John Ashbery
Poet of Conquistador, 1933 Archibald MacLeish
Poet of Live or Die, 1967 Anne Sexton
Poet of The Waking, 1954 Theodore Roethke
Poet of The Age of Anxiety, 1948 Wystan Hugh Auden
Poet of The Man Who Died Twice, 1925 Edwin Arlington Robinson
Poet of A Witness Tree, 1943 Robert Frost
Poet of A Miscellany, among others, 1923, 1922 Edna St. Vincent Millay
Poet of Annie Allen, 1950 Gwendolyn Brooks
Who was the author of Orwell's Animal Farm? George Orwell
Prize-winning boar who first dreams of an animal utopia. Major
Name of the famr that becomes Animal Farm Manor Farm
Last name of the farmer who is overthrown by the animals Mr. Jones
Pig who parallels Joseph Stalin Napolean
Cart-horse who is taken to the knackers Boxer
Name of the battle wher ethe animals defeat their old master Battle of the Cowshead
Pig responsible for spreading propaganda. Squealer
Name of the paradise Moses the raven claims good animals will go to when they die. Sugarcandy Mountain
Pig who parallels Leon Trotsky Snowball
Last remaining principle inscribed on the barn at the en of the novel All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others.
Dracula Bram Stoker
1984 George Orwell (Eric Arthur Blair)
Pygmalion George Bernard Shaw
The Picture of Dorian Gray Oscar Wilde
Name the Pulitzer Prize Author: All the King's Men Robert Penn Warren
Name the Pulitzer Prize Author: Beloved Toni Morrison
Name the Pulitzer Prize Author: Foreign Affairs Alison Lurie
Name the Pulitzer Prize Author: Lonesome McMurty Larry McMurty
Infra- Below and lower than
Contra- Against
Retro- Backward, Back or reversing a trend
Ante- (spell out) Before
"A thing of beauty is a joy forever." John Keats
"God's in heaven-all's right with the world." Robert Browning
"No man is an island." John Donne
"One if by land, two if by sea." Henry Longfellow
"Gather ye rosebuds while ye may" Robert Herrick
"I have nothing to offer, but blood, toil, tears, and sweat." Winston Churchill
"East is east, and west is west, and never the twain shall meet." Rudyard Kipling
"Good fences make good neighbors." Robert Frost
"The paths of glory lead but to the grave." Thomas Grey
"They also serve who only stand and wait." John Milton
"Water,water, everywhere nor any drop to drink." Samuel Coleridge
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