AP Lang & Comp Terms Batch #5 (Review Game Version)

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AP Lang & Comp Terms Batch #5 (Review Game Version) Slide 2 #1 Identify the literary term/device: The perspective that a narrative takes toward the events it describes. Slide 3 Answer #1 Point of view Slide 4 #2 Identify the literary device being used: The chairs of the English departments at Harvard, Cambridge, and Oxford all agree that Shakespeare was almost certainly the author of the plays that bear his name. Slide 5 Answer #2 Expert opinion The citation of accredited authorities in support of an argument Slide 6 #3 Identify the literary term/device: The misplacement of a person, occurrence, custom, or idea in time; also sometimes refers to an individual or thing that is incorrectly placed in time. Slide 7 Answer #3 Anachronism Slide 8 #4 Identify the literary term/device: The moment of greatest intensity in a text, or the major turning point in the plot. Slide 9 Answer #4 climax Slide 10 #5 Identify the literary term/device: A cleansing or purification of ones emotions through art. Slide 11 Answer #5 catharsis Slide 12 #6 Identify the literary term/device: Ideas, facts, or allegations spread to persuade others to support ones cause or to go against the opposing cause. Slide 13 Answer #6 propaganda Slide 14 #7 Identify the literary device being used: I came to bury Caesar, not to praise him. (Shakespeare, Julius Caesar, 3.2.71) Slide 15 Answer #7 Antithesis The contrasting of ideas by the use of parallel structure in phrases or clauses Slide 16 #8 Identify the literary term/device: A humorous and often satirical imitation of the style or particular work of another author. Slide 17 Answer #8 parody Slide 18 #9 Identify the literary device being used: The crown carries many responsibilities. Slide 19 Answer #9 Metonymy A figure of speech in which something is referred to by one of its attributes. Slide 20 #10 Identify the literary term/device: In writing, a practice or principle (such as a rule of spelling, grammar, or usage), that is accepted as true or correct. Slide 21 Answer #10 Convention Slide 22 #11 Identify the literary term/device: A narrative in which literal meaning corresponds directly with symbolic meaning. Slide 23 Answer #11 Allegory Slide 24 #12 Identify the literary term/device: A word or idea that can be understood in multiple ways; frequently refers to the condition of being obscure or difficult to understand. Slide 25 Answer #12 Ambiguity Slide 26 #13 Identify the literary device being used: Barber, baby, bubbles, and a bumblebee (Dr. Seuss, Dr. Seusss ABC: An Amazing Book) Slide 27 Answer #13 Alliteration The repetition of similar sounds, usually consonants, at the beginning of words. Slide 28 #14 Identify the literary term/device: In an argument, a person cited because his or her opinion carries special weight or credibility. Slide 29 Answer #14 Authority Slide 30 #15 Identify the literary term/device: Any composition not written in verse Slide 31 Answer #15 Prose Slide 32 #16 Identify the literary term/device: A yearning for the past or for some condition or state of existence that cannot be recovered. Slide 33 Answer #16 Nostalgia Slide 34 #17 Identify the literary device being used: Its nothing. Im just bleeding to death is all. Slide 35 Answer #17 Litotes Deliberate understatement, in which an idea or opinion is often affirmed by negating its opposite. Slide 36 #18 Identify the literary device being used: Ive told you this a million times already. Slide 37 Answer #18 Hyperbole Excessive overstatement or conscious exaggeration of fact. Slide 38 #19 Identify the literary term/device: A style in which the narrator reports neutrally on the outward behavior of the characters but offers no interpretation of their actions or their inner states. Slide 39 Answer #19 Third person objective point of view (objective narration) Slide 40 #20 Identify the literary term/device: A work that exposes to ridicule the shortcomings of individuals, institutions, or society, often to make a political point. Slide 41 Answer #20 satire Slide 42 #21 Identify the literary term/device: Specific word choice used in a piece of writing, often chosen for effect but also for correctness and clarity. Slide 43 Answer #21 diction Slide 44 #22 Examples of this literary device: Same difference Jumbo shrimp Soft rock Slide 45 Answer #22 Oxymoron The association of two contradictory terms Slide 46 #23 Identify the literary term/device: The location of a narrative in time and space; helps to create mood or atmosphere. Slide 47 Answer #23 Setting Slide 48 #24 Identify the literary term/device: An extraordinary use of language to achieve a certain effect on an audience. Some examples are chiasmus, parallelism, rhetorical question, and synecdoche. Slide 49 Answer #24 Rhetorical device Slide 50 #25 Identify the literary term/device: In the context of writing and literature, this term refers to the reading public or to a specific group of intended readers. Slide 51 Answer #25 Audience