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SENIOR A.P. ENGLISH                 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE       FALL

 

Know these stories, poems and terms (understanding is the key).

 

STORIES

 “A+P”

 “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place”

“Chickamauga”

“The Storm”

“The Chrysanthemums”

“A Good Man is Hard to Find”

“Where are you going? Where have you been?”

“The Catbird Seat”

 

TERMS

epiphany                                           limited omniscience            naive narrator

stream of consciousness               tone                                        diction

allegory                                              naturalism                             interior monologue

verbal irony                                       sarcasm                                 cosmic irony 

paradox                                              apostrophe                            hyperbole

alliteration                                         assonance                            slant rhyme

personification                                 metaphor                               simile                                     

POETRY                                          

“My Papa’s Waltz”                                        “The Red Wheelbarrow”

““Rites of Passage”                                      “Death of a Ballturret Gunner”

“The Victory”                                                 “The Workbox”

“The Ruined Maid”                                      “My Last Duchess”

“Anyone Lived in a Pretty How Town”     “Disillusionment of 10:00”

“His Coy Mistress”                                        “Ode on a Grecian Urn”

“To an Athlete Dying Young”                     “A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning”

“Second Coming”                                        “Thou Art Indeed Just…”

“I Heard a Fly Buzz”                                     “The Road Not Taken”

“Metaphors”                                              "Ozymandias"

 

 

You will also read and answer questions on a poem you haven’t seen before.    

 

Crime and Punishment:  KNOW--Characters, themes, plot structure, symbols and other aspects of style, bio information on author and background info (see readers’ guide)