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  • Allegory

    A narrative in which characters and settings stand for abstract idea or moral


    Repetition of the same or very similar consorant sounds


    Reference to a statement, person, place, or thing


    Words that are spoken by a character in a play to the audience or to another character


    Repetition of similar vocal sounds


    Person in a story, poem, or play

    Dynamic Character

    Character that changes as a result to the story

    Static Character

    Character who doesnt change

    Subordanite Character

    A character who plays an important rule


    Moment of great emotional intensity or suspence in a plot


    Struggle or clash between opposing characters

    Internal Conflict

    Takes place enterialy in mind

    External Conflict

    Physical conflict


    Story that is written to be acted for an audience


    Type of writting that explains


    Scene in moive, play ( etc. ) that shows something that happened before


    Character who is used as a contrast to another character


    A scene where it predicts something to happen


    The category that a work of literature is classified under


    Language that appeals to the senses


    Contrast between expectation and reality

    Situational Irony

    Occurs when seems appropriate

    Dramatic Irony

    Occurs when addience knows something the character doesnt


    Comparison between two unlive things, without like or as


    A story atmosphere or the feeling it evokes


    A person who tells the story

    Unreliabe Narrator

    Someone young or doent know what they are saying


    Kind of Metaphor in which non human thing is talked about as if it were human


    Series of related events that make up a story or drama

    Point of View

    Vantage point from which a writer tells a story

    1st Person Point of View

    One of the characters is telling the story

    3rd Person Point of View

    Plays no part in story


    Main Character


    Character who blocks or is a problem to the protagonist


    Playon the multiple meansings of a word or two words that sound alike


    The time and place of a story or playe


    Comparing two things useing like or as


    Long speech in which a character who is alone expresses feelings


    Fourteen line poem that is usualy written in lamabic penamen

    Shakespear Sonnet

    Three four line units, concluding two like unit


    Central idea of a work literature


    Theme of growing up

    Apperance vs. Reality

    Not always tru


    Attitude a writter takes towards a subject


    Play that despices serious and important even that main character becomes unhappy in the end

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