Koofers

Test 3 Vocabulary - Flashcards

Flashcard Deck Information

Class:ENGL 210 - The Short Story
Subject:English
University:Tarleton State University
Term:Spring 2015
- of -
INCORRECT CORRECT
- INCORRECT     - CORRECT     - SKIPPED
Shuffle Remaining Cards Show Definitions First Take Quiz (NEW)
Hide Keyboard shortcuts
Next card
Previous card
Mark correct
Mark incorrect
Flip card
Start Over
Shuffle
      Mode:   CARDS LIST       ? pages   PRINT EXIT
Fiction Literature whose capability of diclosing truths of human nature is used primarily upon the world of possibility as generated by realities of imagination. Tells a lie to tell a larger truth. 
Literature A human means of bringing about a manageable collaboration between possible worlds or culures and represented worlds or cultures, primarily through the manipulation of language. 
Oral Tradition
Myth A story about superhuman beings of an earlier age taken by preliterate societyto be a true account, usually of how natural phenomena, social customs, etc, came into existance. 
Generated by Koofers.com
Archetype A plot or character image that is shaped by repeating historical and cross-cultural experience that gets expressed in current myths, religion, dreams, fantasies, and literature. 
Narrative The literatry glue that binds the contingencies of our life and lives together in some coherent fashion through the interplay of context, conspiracy, casuistry, and character as they are developed over time. 
Culture The human means of interpreting and comunicating its experience of accepting and creating a world available to consciousness. 
World of Agreement
Generated by Koofers.com
Context
Character Lifeways
Point of View The vantage point from which the author presents the actions of the story. 

1st-
2nd-
Omniscient-
Limited Omniscient-
Flashback A narrated scene that marks a break in the narrative in order to inform the reader or audience member about events that took place before the opening scene of a work. 
Generated by Koofers.com
Conflict & its Responses Conflict is the inevitable and desirable result of interaction between differences created by the human agony of being both individual and social. Humans may respond by fighting gleeing or negotiating and gives rise to the conflict: another character, force of nature, self, society, etc,; the struggle within the plot between opposing forces. 
Irony A situation, or use of language, involving some kind of incongruity ir discrepancy.

Cosmic-
Verbal-
Situational- 
Generated by Koofers.com

List View: Terms & Definitions

  Hide All 14 Print
 
Front
Back
 FictionLiterature whose capability of diclosing truths of human nature is used primarily upon the world of possibility as generated by realities of imagination. Tells a lie to tell a larger truth. 
 LiteratureA human means of bringing about a manageable collaboration between possible worlds or culures and represented worlds or cultures, primarily through the manipulation of language. 
 Oral Tradition
 MythA story about superhuman beings of an earlier age taken by preliterate societyto be a true account, usually of how natural phenomena, social customs, etc, came into existance. 
 ArchetypeA plot or character image that is shaped by repeating historical and cross-cultural experience that gets expressed in current myths, religion, dreams, fantasies, and literature. 
 NarrativeThe literatry glue that binds the contingencies of our life and lives together in some coherent fashion through the interplay of context, conspiracy, casuistry, and character as they are developed over time. 
 CultureThe human means of interpreting and comunicating its experience of accepting and creating a world available to consciousness. 
 World of Agreement
 Context
 Character Lifeways
 Point of ViewThe vantage point from which the author presents the actions of the story. 

1st-
2nd-
Omniscient-
Limited Omniscient-
 FlashbackA narrated scene that marks a break in the narrative in order to inform the reader or audience member about events that took place before the opening scene of a work. 
 Conflict & its ResponsesConflict is the inevitable and desirable result of interaction between differences created by the human agony of being both individual and social. Humans may respond by fighting gleeing or negotiating and gives rise to the conflict: another character, force of nature, self, society, etc,; the struggle within the plot between opposing forces. 
 IronyA situation, or use of language, involving some kind of incongruity ir discrepancy.

Cosmic-
Verbal-
Situational- 
36, "/var/app/current/tmp/"