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MY LIFE CLOSED TWICE BEFORE ITS CLOSE Wordsearch by Ally and Patricia

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amherst academy
immortality
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PBR Poetry Word Search

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shel silverstein
dr seuss
emily dickenson
walt whitman
concrete poetry
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project based reading
composer
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line length
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American literature Word Search

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Emily dickenson
henry wadsworth longfellow
ezra pound
ts elliot
robert frost
carl sandburg
ee cummings
eb white
john steinbeck
f. scott fitzgerald
stephen crane
jack london
walt whitman
mark twain
nathaniel hawthorne
henry david thoreau
ralph waldo emerson
harriet beecher stowe
edgar allen poe
james finimore cooper
william bradford
phyllis wheatley
edward taylor
anne bradstreet
ben franklin
Washington Irving

Romanticism, Transcendentalism, Anti Transcendentalism Bingo Cards

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Emily Dickenson
Walt Whitman
Henry David Thoreau
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Washington Irving
Edgar Allan Poe
Gandhi
Annabel Lee
A Psalm of Life
William Cullen Bryant
The Devil and Tom Walker
Thanatopsis
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Romanticism
Transcendentalism
Anti Transendentalism
Gothic
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Classic American Authors Crossword

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Southern Nobel prize winner and Absolom, Absolom! Faulkner
Elderly Cuban fishermen fight the sea and giant marlins. Hemingway
Who knew currants could get angry? Steinbeck
Narcissist who loved the smell of his armpits. Whitman
The Roaring 20s was the prime time for extravagant stalkers. Fitzgerald
Short story writer, poet and opium addict. Poe
Master of the horror story genre. King
Abolition, Naturalism & Walden. Thoreau
Female southern author who found truth in life's oddities. O'Connor
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood. Frost
The musical "Cats" was based on his collection of cat poetry. Eliot
Hated white washing fences. Twain
Based her little women on herself and her sisters. Alcott
Major advocate for objectivism. Rand
Had a bad case of cetaphobia. Melville
Killed mockingbirds and, most recently, Atticus' character. Lee
Firemen will someday create fires using books as kindling. Bradbury
NOT born in TN. Williams
Instead of feeling 22, he caught 22. Heller
Compared the civil rights struggle to a bird singing in a cage. Angelou
Poetry about death, nature and the dash. Dickinson
Never wear "A" on your clothing. Especially not in red. Hawthorne
Wrote about animals in the Yukon. London

Walt Whitman Word Search

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Spider
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Flame
Faces
Drum Taps
Country
Beginners
Astronomer
Assurances
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America
Tree
Outdoors
Summer
Voices
Thoughts
Tests
Tears
Perfections
Miracles
Lessons
Riddle Song
O Captain My Captain
Leaves of Grass
New Jersey
New York
West Hills
Poet
Walt Whitman
Song

AMERICAN LITERATURE Word Search

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NOVEL
WALT WHITMAN
REVOLUTIONARY PERIOD
COLONIAL LITERATURE
POETRY
NARRATIVE
EDGAR ALLAN POE
THOMAS PAINE
UNITED STATES
AMERICA

Language arts crossword

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Author of occurrence at owl creek Ambrose Bierce
Speech by Abraham Lincoln Gettysburg Address
Author of incidents of a salve girl Harriet Jacobs
Famous poet of 1850s Emily Dickinson
A list within a piece of writing Catalog
Writers attitude towards his or her subject Tone
Rhyming sounds that aren't exactly the same Slant rhyme
Poetry with out rhyme or meter Free Verse
Ways poets use sounds, sentence types and punctuation Poetic devices
Text by people that lived through the event Primary source
Describing objects as if they were human Personification
Famous free verse poet Walt Whitman
Proclamation that ended slavery Emancipation proclamation
Comparison using like or as Simile
All the ways a writer uses language Style
Art of writing that attempts to represent real life events Realism
Art of writing inspired by nature, emotion and imagination Romanticism
Main character of an Occurrence of Owl creek bridge Peyton Farquhar
Ideas in the same grammatical form Parallelism
Repeated words or phrases at the beginning of lines Repetition

Poetry Puzzle Crossword

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The poem "I Carry Your Heart With Me" has a auther named...? E.E Cummings
This poem's auther is Robert Frost, so what is this poem's name? The Road Not Taken
The poem "There Is Another Sky" has a auther named...? Emily Dickinson
This poem's auther is Edgar Allan Poe, so what is this poem's name? A Dream Within A Dream
What is the poem that has "Sidewalk Ends" in the last two words in the title. Where The Sidewalk Ends
William thinks his love for words is worth more than his world, what is the poet's full name? William Wordsworth
Maya Angelau made one poem called...? Remembrance
This poem's first line says "Thou knowest all; I seek in vain", what is this poem's name? The True Knowledge
A girl named Amy had a low amount of get well gifts, what is the poet's full name? Amy Lowell
This wight man loved to eat walnuts, what is the poet's name? Walt Whitman
This poem's first line says "I tell you hopeless grief is passionless", what is the poems name? Grief
Any break, pause, or interruption. Caesura
Hear the mellow wedding bells. Assonance
Lazy lizards lying like lumps Alliteration
Shakesperian and Petrarchian Sonnet

TRANSCENDENTALISM Word Search

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TRANSCENDENTALISM
RATIONALISM
SOCIAL MOVEMENT
RALPH EMERSON
HENRY THOREAU
MARGARET FULLER
BROOK FARM
NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
HENRY LONGFELLOW
WALT WHITMAN
WALDEN POND
ANTI TRANSCENDENTALISM