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This is another very common archetype. Consider how action develops from conflict. This moment disturbs the equilibrium of the situation, poses a problem, and sets off a series of events that will form the rest of the story. While he has never wanted to be king until this moment, the prophecy sets him on a path of ambition and murder that eventually leads in his downfall. To try to cover up their actions, they accuse their fellow villagers of witchcraft. Method 2 Quiz What is a doppelganger in a story?
The hero of a story. The character tasked with advising and protecting the hero. Method 3. Summarize each chapter or act in bullet points after you read through the text for the second time. This will make future review easier, as you will have a rough summary to work from. Aim to note the main action of each one, as well as any important character or thematic moments. Make out character profiles for each main character. Include anything important that the character says or does, along with links to other characters in the text.
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Outline any problems the characters face. This can often be even more helpful than chapter summaries. What challenges and conflicts do the main characters face? What are their goals?
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Determine whether these problems are solved. Sometimes, problems are solved fairly neatly at the end of a story: the Death Star is destroyed in Star Wars, the One Ring is destroyed and Aragorn restored as King in Lord of the Rings. Remember some important statements made. Make more detailed notes, including main themes in the text and how each character is important in the text. Write down particularly vivid moments from the text.
Not only can these help you remember what happened in a chapter, they will give you evidence to use when you make claims about the text in your exam. Write down any symbols in the text and where they appear. Symbolism is a favorite tool of authors. Look up contemporary connections.
It is often very helpful to be able to reference in your exam or essay some important cultural or social issues that were relevant at the time a text was first written. Use any course material you have, along with introductions to critical editions of the text and reliable resources such as those found through a library database to do a bit of research.
Do not rely on websites such as wikipedia or your own knowledge of a period, as both of these may be incomplete or inaccurate.
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Method 3 Quiz True or false: You should summarize as much detail as you can for each chapter. True Not exactly! False Nice! Method 4. For example, Edna St. Look for elements such as alliteration, assonance, repetition, enjambment the breaking of poetic lines , and rhythm in free verse poetry just as you would in more formally structured poetry. Identify the speaker and the audience of the poem, when possible.
Felicia Hemans, Robert Browning, and Alfred, Lord Tennyson all wrote dramatic monologues from the points of view of characters very different than themselves. Write down any symbols in the poem and where they appear. Just as with prose writing, symbolism shows up all the time in poetry. Be on the lookout for repeated elements, especially things like colors or natural imagery. Wordsworth will often play on the similarity of sound between I and eye , further relating the two concepts. Symbolism is all over the place in the Anglo-Saxon epic poem Beowulf.
Just make sure you know the basics such as structure of the poem, themes, and overarching idea or story. It can sometimes be helpful to memorize a key line or two from a poem so that you can use it as evidence. Look up context for your poems.
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Context is just as important for poetry as it is for fiction or drama. Knowing what types of issues the poet may have been addressing can help you understand the goal of the poetry. Contextual information can also be useful in keeping you from making incorrect statements about poems. Method 4 Quiz Which element is common in free verse poetry? Alliteration Yes!
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Meter Not quite! Rhyming scheme Nope! Method 5. Particularly in poetry, authors may use language unconventionally in order to make a more powerful impact on the reader. This can be confusing at first, but re-reading the passage slowly and carefully will reward your attention. They can really help clear up confusing passages. Avoid skimming material. Skipping things such as stage directions in a Shakespeare play can mean you miss out on crucial information.
Language in poems is precisely chosen and structured to have a particular effect, so missing even a word or two could damage your understanding of the whole text. Read passages aloud.
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Reading the language aloud will help point out elements such as rhythm, alliteration, and repetition, which are all things that your exam may ask you to speak about. Make flash cards. Sometimes, the transfer of material from one medium to another e. Flash cards are especially helpful for memorizing things such as literary terms and character names.
They may be less helpful for remembering more complex information. Method 5 Quiz If you come across footnotes in a text, you should:. Ignore them entirely Definitely not! Read them carefully Exactly!
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Skim them Not quite! I want to make literature notes? What are the important steps which should be taken? Taking good notes is the same with all subjects.
Understand the passage, and write down important information, like the relationship between characters, key events and themes. Yes No. Not Helpful 5 Helpful Break the question up into the object and the verb acting on the object. Then, use text from the book to support your claim. Not Helpful 6 Helpful You can be an English teacher or professor, or you can be a writer of books, of reviews, of critical theory, etc. Not Helpful 1 Helpful 4. Not Helpful 2 Helpful 4. Not Helpful 2 Helpful 5. Metaphysical means beyond the physical or spiritual. So in metaphysical poetry, some of the imagery and metaphors used are not scientific or concrete.
Not Helpful 0 Helpful 2. See Analyze Poetry. Not Helpful 2 Helpful 3.