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- Another word for Spartans
- greatest worrior of the Trajan
- god of wind
- high king of Greece
- Reflection of best and worst qualities
- Alter Ego
- one of Penelope's leading suitors
- goddess of love
- son of zeus, god of music, poetry, prophecy, medicine, and archery
- god of war
- Ares (twin of Eris)
- Odysseus's old dog
- Daughter of zeus
- godess of war and wisdom
- a singing, traveling poet
- held Odysseus for 7 years on her island, beautiful nymph
- beautiful nymph that sucks in water to make a whirlpool
- the dreaded goddess who turned Odysseus's men into pigs or swines
- TITAN who ruled the universe
- goddes of harvast
- one-eyed gieant, son of Poseidon, aka Polyphemus
- relationship between gods and humnans (mortals)
- Double determination
- long narrative poem the tells the adventure of heros
- an adjective or phrase used to characterize someone
- she was taken down to the under world by Hades
- twin of Ares (daughter of zeus)
- shepard who helped Odyesseus to reclaim his throne in Ithica, also was Odysseus swineherder
- one of Penelopes crulest suitors
- a group of words that a writer places in the story so that they can creat things off of that idea and so that they dont forget their idea
- god of underworld
- another name for the Sirens
- queen of Sparta, also menelaus's wife
- the sun god
- god of metal working
- most beautiful women in Olympia
- were fight over the godden apple from Paris
- Hera, Aphrodite, Athena
- messenger god
- extendend comparison
- Homeric Simile
- a prayer asking the gods for help
- Invocation to the Muse
- father of Odysseus
- Laertes/burial shouds
- offered the lotus plant to Odysseus and his crew the if they atr it the would all forget about home
- Lotus Eaters
- king of Sparta
- stories the use fantacy to express ideas
- story told orally b.c they didnt know how to write or read
- Oral tradition
- had to pick between Hera, Aphrodite, Athene for who wood get the golden apple
- wife of Oydsseus
- god of sea
- king of troy
- strength, courage, wisdom, cunning, obedience, respect, curios, cocky, arrogant
- Qualities of Odysseus
- singer of tales
- sea monsters who are beautiful and sing to attract sailors onto the rocky shores so that they could eat them
- greeks that fought in the Trojan War
- prophet who takes over the underworld
- Homer book about Achilles and how his mothe diped him into the river Styx to save him from being killed in the war, but she misses the part where she was holding him by, and he gets shot in the ankle by an arrow and dyes
- The Illiad
- book bout Odysseus's trip
- The Odyssey
- Troy ppl.
- today there are ppl in Turkey digging up Troy
- taking power thats not yours
- helped get Odysseus and his men into Troy by hidding in the hollow stmach of this and this helped them win the war
- Woodend Horse
- god of all the gods and the sky...DUH!
- 6 headed monster
- the receiver of action within a sentence
*Find the subject and ask whom, what about it....
- direct object
The teacher gave his students *A's*.
*is the D.O
The teacher gave his students WHAT?
- follows a linking verb and tells us what the subject is
- predicate nominative
Dr. Bob is acting *president* of the college.
- identifies to or for whom or what the action of the verb is performed.
always comes before the D.O.
*asks to whom, for whom, or to what
- indirect object
The teacher gave his students A's.
The teacher gave the A's TO WHOM?
- ords that follow a linking verb and identify or describe the subject
- subject complement
- subject complements that describe or modify the subject
- Predicate adjective
- subjects complements that are nouns or pronouns. They Identify, rename, or define the subject
- predicate nominatives
- noun or pronoun that a pronoun refers to or replaces
Sophia was very good today, *she* ate all her peas.
she is the antecedents and its replaces or refers to Sophia
- figuer of speech that uses exaggeration to express strong emotion or to crete a comic effect
- charactor who is used to contrast to another charactor
- line of poetry that contains five iambs
- Iambic pentameter
- metrical foot or untit of measure, consisting of an unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable
- figuer of speech used to compare things with out useing like, as, than, or resembles
- The Prince of Verona
- handsome and noble feonce of Juliet, kinsman of Prince Escalus, Juliet was supose to marry him
- Romeos family
- Juliets family
- The son of Montague, Juliets true husband and love
- hot-headed nephew of Lady Capulet
- friend of Romeo and kinsman of Prince Escalus
- friend and spiritual father to both Romeo and Juliet. Married ROmeo and Juliet
- Friar Laurence
- a blowhard servant of Capulet
- nephew of Montague, friend of Romeo
- loyal servant of Romeo.
- When was Shakephere born?
- April 23, 1564
- When did Shakesphere die?
- April 23, 1616
- What city was he born and raised is?
- What was his mothers name?
- Mary Arden
- What was shakesphere fathers name?
- John Shakespeare
- What school did shaksphere go to?
- Stratford Grammar School
- Who did Shakesphere marry when he was 18?
- Anne Hathaway
- How many kids did they have and what did they have?
- 3 kids and a daughter and twins
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