The Stuff That
It just gets longer. Literary History, Nobel/Pulitzer Winners, Terms
Contest Info: format and general info
Check Your Knowledge!
Check your knowledge of some of the titles of Pulitzer Prize for Drama winners (titles are missing 1 word)
Quiz with Pulitzer Prize for Drama winners--quiz with all winners through 2014
Pulitzer Prize for Drama Must-Knows! (selected winners...learn these!!)
Pulitzer Prize for Fiction--Must Knows! Study and know these!! (selected ones, not all)
Can you match the Pulitzer Prize--Fiction work with its author?
Match the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction must-knows with their synopses
Quiz on Pulitzer Prize for Poetry winners--by year
Pulitzer winners for Fiction
Which book won a Pulitzer? (helps with correlating authors to their works)
Matching Pulitzers for Fiction with authors and decade!
Test your knowledge of the winners of the Nobel Prize for Literature (2015's is missing, but is Svetlana Alexievich, who is Belarusian)
Terms, Movements, Miscellaneous:
Quiz on poetic meter, etc
Some Literary Terms--not too hard, not too easy
The Ultimate Lit Crit Terms Quiz!
Join Mrs. Kissire's Lit Crit class on Quizlet (please don't join if you aren't actually at SHS and attempting to make the team):
Donne's Poetry explained by a professor
Alphabetical list of Literary Terms with explanations and samples
Handbook of Literary Terms by Holt Rinehart (interactive PDF):
Organized by Type:
Rhetorical Schemes: figures of speech that deal with patterns of words like word order, syntax, letters, and sounds (as opposed to the meaning of words, which are tropes)
Tropes: figures of speech with an unexpected twist in the meaning of words, as opposed to schemes, which only deal with patterns of words.