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Analectic Magazine
Salmagundi
Ambassador
American Revolution
Bracebridge Hall
Diedrich Knickerbocker
George Washington
Headless Horseman
London
Minister
New York
Paris
Rip
Romanticism
Sleepy Hollow
Spain
Sunnyside
The Devil and Tom Walker
Vav
Winkle

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Dance
Covered Bridge
Superstitions
Food
Ghost Stories
New England
Pumpkin
Washington Irving
Crane
Pedagogue
Tarry Town
Major Andre
Connecticut
New York
Daredevil
Van Ripper
Witch
Headless Horseman
Dutch
Legend
Teacher
Schoolhouse
Baltus
Hessian
Sleepy Hollow
Gunpowder
Van Tassel
Katrina
Brom Bones
Ichabod

American Romanticism- Washington Irving and Edgar Allan Poe Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The disease that took the life of many of the women Edgar Allan Poe loved and influenced much of his work was ______. consumption
In his work, Edgar Allan Poe uses the color _____ to symbolize death. red
Varying versions of _______ is a major theme in The Tell-Tale Heart, emphasized by the chilling maze of the narrator’s confused mind. reality
A major influence of Edgar Allan Poe was seeing his _______, an actress, perform as Juliet and kill herself only to come back to life mother
A major theme in both The Black Cat and The Tell-Tale Heart is _______. guilt
The story, The Cask of __________, is told from the perspective of a man named Montresor who lures his victim, Fortunato, into the catacombs of his home and buries him alive. Amontillado
The poem ________ Lee was written by Edgar Allan Poe after the death of his beloved wife, Virginia Annabel
Edgar Allan Poe changed to name of his story To Lenore to The _______ after meeting with famous author Charles Dickens. raven
The Raven, written by Edgar Allan Poe, is regarded as the first adult ________. fairytale
In his work, Washington Irving often uses the theme of awkward________ due to the fact that he never married. relationships
Washington Irving's stories depict flawed _________. protagonists
The story The Black _______, written by Edgar Allan Poe describes an unnamed narrator who descends into maddnes and kills his pets and wife Cat
The character Tom ________ from one of Washington Irving's stories ventures out into the woods where he meets the devil Walker
Many of Washington Irving's characters have _______ needs financial
Edgar Alllan Poe uses _______ in his work symbolically. animals
All of Edgar Allan Poe's stories depict a _______ mood. dreary
Washington Irving described New York as __________ based off a town in England that was legendary for the stupidity of its inhabitants Gotham
Washington Irving's story Rip Van Winkle was a rewritten ________ folklore. German
Edgar Allan Poe's characters are often __________. outcasts
In The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Washington Irving invented one of the most memorable characters in American literature, the superstitious schoolteacher _________ Crane. Ichabod
Washington Irving was highly influenced by the culture and writing of ________. Europe
Washington Irving was named after ________ Washington, who he wrote about. George
Washington Irving's moniker Diedrich ____________ is said to be an attempt at some sort of narrative Knickerbocker
Washington Irving's story Rip Van ________ describes a man who wonders into the woods and emerges twenty years later, not knowing that everything has changed Winkle
Washington Irving Influenced Nathaniel ____________, author of The Scarlet Letter. Hawthorne
The story The Tell-Tale _______ by Edgar Allan Poe describes a young man so vexed by an older man's eye that he murders him, only to begin hearing his heartbeat. Heart
Edgar Allan Poe lost his mother at a young age and his adopted father showed apathy towards him, therefore many of his character have _______ problems parental
Many of Washington Irving's stories teach a _______ lesson moral
Washington Irving's stories often depict the protagonist meeting with a ________ being. supernatural
A reoccuring theme in Edgar Allan Poe's work is young, _______ women who refuse to stay dead beautiful

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The name of the woman that both Brom and Ichabod love Katrina
A trait Ichabod possesses but not many other people in the town have Intellegience
The amount of rooms in the school-house one
The point of view of this story Third
The state Ichabod's originally from Connecticut
The item the headless horseman is said to be looking for at night head
The way Katrina's father made all of his money farming
The name of the river by Sleepy Hollow Hudson
The name of Brom's horse Daredevil
The name of the horse Ichabod borrows to go to the party Gunpowder
The town located next to Sleepy Hollow Tarry Town
The point where the headless horseman is supposedly unable to pass Church Bridge
The type of trooper people believe the headless horseman was Hessian
The thing people believe caused the headless horseman to lose his head Cannonball
The guy who ends up marrying Katrina Brom
The place the headless horseman is supposedly buried churchyard
The name of Katrina's rich father Baltus Van Tassel
The trait Ichabod loves most about Katrina money

"The Devil and Tom Walker" Word Search

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Word Search
Description

AVARICE
BOND
BOSTON
CENSURER
DARK
DEVIL
FAUST
IMAGERY
MELANCHOLY
MONEYLENDER
MORTGAGE
OMINOUS
OSTENTATION
PENINSULA
SATIRE
STAFF
SWAMP
TOM WALKER
TREES
WASHINGTON IRVING

The Headless Horseman Mystery Word Search

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Description

crosses
treasure
musket
doubloons
drowned
strange
legend
Dirk Waldroon
sour
Dame Van Winkle
Dame Webber
Catskill Mountains
fire
Sleepy Hollow
pumpkin
fickle
Brom Bones
ruin
tory
Old Sam
cabbage
Wolfert Webber
gold
ghost
ninepins
Rip Van Winkle
little
Dutchmen
Ichabod Crane
schoolmaster

Romanticism, Transcendentalism, Anti Transcendentalism Bingo Cards

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Bingo Cards
Description

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
Blank verse
Enjambment
Sublime
Oversoul
Fireside Poets
Graveyard Poets

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Poe & Irving Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

The surname of Edgar Poe's adoptive parents, John and Francis. Allan
The protagonist of Washington Irving's short story, "The Devil and___" TomWalker
The kind of pet Charles Dickens had. It inspired one of Poe's poems. Raven
The city where Poe died; he fell in a gutter after being drugged and forced to vote. Baltimore
The disease that killed the people Poe cared about most; also called tuberculosis. Consumption
The spirit who put Rip Van Winkle to sleep for 20 years HendrickHudson
In "Rip Van Winkle" and "The Devil and Tom Walker", both protagonists had issues with their ___. Wives
The color Poe typically used to represent death. Red
The owner of the chateau in Poe's "Mask of the Red Death." PrinceProspero
The inspiration of the red death in Poe's "Mask of the Red Death"; also called consumption. Tuberculosis
The play that Poe saw his mother commit suicide in as a boy RomeoandJuliet
In "Rip Van Winkle" and "The Devil and Tom Walker", both protagonists were in the ___ when their conflicts began Forest
The children in Poe's London boarding school had to use ___ in their lessons Graves
Poe never had a true ___; His first left him and his second one kicked him out Father
Poe and Irving were both ___ writers Romantic
The woman mentioned at the beginning of Poe's "The Oval Portrait". Radcliffe
When a person suffers from consumption, they drown in their own___ Blood
The name of Poe's wife; she was significantly younger than him and died of consumption. Virginia
The name of Charles Dickens' inspirational pet. Grippe
The poem Poe wrote in memory of his wife. AnnabelLee
The drink Poe was made to have before he died. Lemonade
The women in Poe's stories were all young and __. Beautiful
The protagonist of Irving's story about a man who slept for 20 years. RipVanWinkle
In Irving's stories, the forest is always home to ____ beings, such as the Devil. Supernatural
The number of dollars Poe made off of his work. Zero
Poe could not afford to buy his wife a blanket while she was dying, so he gave her their __ cat. Cat
Poe met John and Francis in the city of ___? Richmond
Many of Poe's stories had death and ___, inspired by his mother. Resurrection
The amount of women that died in Poe's life. Four
In Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart," the sound of the old man's _____ drove the other man to murder. Heart

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The plot of the story in which the theme is built around. Excessively credulous belief in and reverence for supernatural. Superstition
Protagonist Ichabod Crane
The object of affection and conflict for Ichabod Crane. Katrina Van Tassel
Choleric Old Dutchman Hans Van Ripper
The man of his land Baltus Van Tassel
Ichabod’s rival Brom Van Brunt
Narrator Diedrich Knickerbocker
Galloping Hessian of the Hollow. Headless Horseman
Claims to have nearly destroyed a British ship singlehandedly during the Revolutionary War Doffue Martling
Unfortunate Hapless
Year of Publish 1820
The source of the Legend of Sleepy Hollow Storyteller
A soldier in the Revolutionary War who was caught and taken prisoner by the British before being hanged Major André
An inhabitant of Sleepy Hollow who never believed in ghosts Old Brouwer
An attendee at the New York business meeting who listens to the storyteller’s tale Elderly Gentleman
What does the pursuit of the Headless Horseman of Ichabod symbolize? Power of old order
Through which character does Irving present the idea of marriage? Katrina Van Tassel
What was the purpose of the Lengend of Sleeply Hollow? Entertainment
Why does Irving spend so much time describing the characters? Appearances
Why does Brom’s horse Daredevil symbolize for him? Bravery

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Sleepy Hollow Sleepyhollow
Ichabod Crane Ichabodcrane
Brom Van Brunt Bromvanbrunt
Legend Legend
Katerina Van Tassel Katerinavantassel
Roister Roister
Pedagogue Pedagogue
Washington Irving Washington Irving
Hans Van Ripper Hansvanripper
Greed Greed
Supernatural Supernatural
Cognomen Cognomen
Peevish Peevish
Paternal Paternal
Baltus Van Tassel Baltusvantassel

POE/IRVING Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the color Poe uses to represent death RED
"The Raven" was the first adult __________. FAIRYTALE
Many of the women Poe loved died of this CONSUMPTION
Annabel Lee was written about _________ . VIRGINIA
Poe's stories were mainly about beautiful, _________ , young women. DEAD
Author of "The Devil and Tom Walker" IRVING
Supernatural character in "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" HEADLESS HORSEMAN
Man who slept for 20 years RIP VAN WINKLE
Poe's mother was an ___________ . ACTRESS
Where Poe died GUTTER
Poe was born in the same year as ____________ . LINCOLN
Poe and Irving were writers during the ____________ _____________ period, from 1828 - 1865. AMERICAN ROMANTICISM
Irving was never __________, which reflects a lot in his stories. MARRIED
Many of Poe's stories have a man v. __________ conflict. SOCIETY
Poe uses __________ to help set the mood in his stories. Animals
The famous writer that Poe has lunch with CHARLES DICKENS
Poe's wife is also his 1st __________. COUSIN
At age 20, Poe invents the ________ story. SHORT
THe woman who took Poe in after the death of his mother was named ________ ________. FRANCIS ALLAN
Many of Irving's charachters have ___________ needs. FINANCIAL
Charles Dickens had a pet __________, that inspired one of Poe's most famous works. RAVEN
The setting that is common in Irving's stories FOREST
Romantic writers wrote very ________ pieces. EMOTIONAL
Poe was enrolled in a private church school in ___________ . ENGLAND
Teacher's at Poe's private school used the __________ to teach lessons. GRAVEYARD
Edgar gets a job as an ___________ for a journal in New York. EDITOR
Poe drank too many Baltimore ____________, ultimately causing his death. LEMONADES
Name of Poe's mother ELIZABETH
Poe's father, David, was a ___________. DANCER
Roses, strawberries, and cherries were embroidered on __________ to conceal onsumption. HANDKERCHEIFs