Flach Cards Collections

Poetry Terms

2016-03-04 • 0 Cards


2015-06-25 • 0 Cards

English 12 Poetry Terms

2015-01-24 • 0 Cards


Allegory, Assonance, Free Verse, Metaphor, Personification

2014-10-24 • 5 Cards

8th gradePoetry

Form, Speaker, Free verse, Traditional form, Rhythm, Meter, Rhyme, Repetition, Alliteration, Assonance, Simile, Metaphor, Extended metaphor, Personification

2013-12-02 • 14 Cards

Vocab cards section 3

allot, amass, audacious, comply, devoid, elite, grapple, incapacitate, instigate, longevity, myriad, perspective, perturb, prodigious, relevant

2013-10-03 • 20 Cards

Survey of English Lit Pt. 2

Gulliver's Travels, What was the name of the woman that Jonathan had a seemingly platonic relationship with?, started out writing political journals, Robinson Crusoe, The Coy Mistress, who was considered the worst poet of his time?, Lycidas, Poetical description of a picture or an image., Ekphrasis, What was the thing that Vaughan like to talk about in his poems?, the name of a book that holds the collective works of Herbert?, Name Metaphysical poets., what was the nickname that Jonathan had for Esther?, what form of poetry that was popular during the 18th century used sets of two rhyming lines in iambic pentameter., Like his pastor John Newton's "Amazing Grace" William Cowpers "Light Shinning out of Darkness" is an example of what form of musical religious poetry?

2013-09-30 • 37 Cards

Literary Terms in Poetry

Genre, Form, Free Verse, Lines, Sound, Rhyme, Onomatopeia, Alliteration, Imagery, Metaphor, Simile, Personification, Speaker, Idiom, Figurative Language

2012-11-29 • 15 Cards

Creative writing

Rhythm, Imagery, Simile, Metaphor, Personification, Hyperbole, Alliteration, Onomatopoeia, Assonance, Denotation, Connotation, Understatement, Symbol, Free verse, Ballad

2012-11-01 • 20 Cards

Critical Writing MidTerm

denotation, connotation, Imagery, metaphor, simile, personification, apostrophe, metonymy, symbol, allegory, hyperbole, understatement, irony: verbal, dramatic, & situational, paradox, oxymoron

2012-10-17 • 35 Cards

English 215 Midterm

2012-10-16 • 0 Cards


a two-wheeled vehicle drawn by horses, used in ancient racing and warfare, an uncastrated adult male horse, a group of warships detached on a particular duty or under the command of a flag officer

2012-09-23 • 3 Cards


Bent double, like old - under sacks (line 1), GAS! GAS! Quick, boys! An - of fumbling (line 9), As under a green - , I saw him drowning, In all my - before my helpless - , He plunges at me, -, -, -. (line 15-16), If in some - dreams, you too could pace behind the wagon that we - him in, and watch the white eyes - in his face (line 17-19), My friend, you would not tell with such high - (line 26), 5 Similes in 'Dulce et Decorum est', Across your - in pale - battalions go (line2), Give them not -. For, -, how should they know it is not - heaped on each - head. (lines 5-6), 'Yet many a - one has - before' (line 10), It is a -. None wears the - you knew. Great - has made all his for evermore. (lines 13-14), Something broke in the - voice that quavered to a -. (line 3-4), Two examples of direct speech in Siegfried Sassoon's 'The hero', He'd told the poor old - some - lies that she would - all her days, no doubt (line 8-9), her weak eyes had shone with gentle -, brimmed with -, because he'd been so brave, her - boy. (line 10-12)

2012-04-07 • 26 Cards

AQA Poetry - Conflict

1. As a way of earning immortal glory and dying a hero in the name of your country. 2. As a situation where you place your safety and life in the hands of other people who can make wrong decisions. 3. As something that soldiers have no choice but to fight in. 4. As a circumstance where people may not question their reasons for fighting and it is their responsibility to throw down their life. 5. As a saddening event in which the odds and chances of survival can be extremely slim. 6.

2012-03-28 • 1 Cards

Terminos de retorica

Hipérbole, Prospopeya, apóstrofe, Símil, Antítesis, Paradoja, Sinestesia, Climax, Perífrasis, Epíteto, asíndeton, Polisíndeton, Anáfora, Hipérbaton, Sinécdoque

2012-01-30 • 19 Cards