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Greek Myths
Greek Myths

A Greek Myth is a made up story of how or why things are in nature. One example explains how gold came to be in the river Pactolus, the story of Midas, Greek myths also have leader gods and gods that are lesser, god that are leaders. Gods that are leaders live on Mount Olympus these include, Zeus, Hera, Athena and many others. Some gods are also heroes like Heracles who, because he killed al l6 of his children had to do 12 penances one including killing Meduca. A Greek Myth is a made up story of how or why things are in nature. One example explains how gold came to be in the river Pactolus, the story of Midas, Greek myths also have leader gods and gods that are lesser, god that are leaders. Gods that are leaders live on Mount Olympus these include, Zeus, Hera, Athena and many others. Some gods are also heroes like Heracles who, because he killed al l6 of his children had to do 12 penances one including killing Meduca.

What I Learned in Grade 9 English

ENG 1D

What I Learned in Grade 9 English

ENG 1D

What I Learned in Grade 9 English
ENG 1D

What I Learned in Grade 9 English
ENG 1D

Basic Terms
Denotation: Dictionary definition
Connotation: Non-dictionary definition
Figurative Language
Antithesis: When opposite statements are strongly contrasted Apostrophe: Addressing a poem
Hyperbole: Exaggeration
Poetic Devices
Irony: When the words refer to the problem
Allusion: A speech referring to a historic person
Symbol: Represents something else
Poetic forms
Open: The writer gets to write freely
Stanza: A unit within a larger poem
Sonnet: a fourteen lined poem
Meter
Stress: Prominence of a symbol
Pause: A break in a poetic line
Spondee: Stressed, stressed

Basic Terms
Denotation: Dictionary definition
Connotation: Non-dictionary definition
Figurative Language
Antithesis: When opposite statements are strongly contrasted Apostrophe: Addressing a poem
Hyperbole: Exaggeration
Poetic Devices...
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