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  1. AssonanceFourteen line poem that is usualy written in lamabic penamen

          

  2. MetaphorComparison between two unlive things, without like or as

          

  3. NarratorA person who tells the story

          

  4. FoilCharacter who is used as a contrast to another character

          

  5. FlashbackMoment of great emotional intensity or suspence in a plot

          

  6. SimileComparing two things useing like or as

          

  7. Point of ViewStruggle or clash between opposing characters

          

  8. Static CharacterCharacter that changes as a result to the story

          

  9. IronyAttitude a writter takes towards a subject

          

  10. CharacterPerson in a story, poem, or play

          

  11. ClimaxMoment of great emotional intensity or suspence in a plot

          

  12. ForeshadowingA scene where it predicts something to happen

          

  13. ExpositionType of writting that explains

          

  14. SoliliquyCharacter who is used as a contrast to another character

          

  15. Dynamic CharacterCharacter who doesnt change

          

  16. AntagonistCharacter who blocks or is a problem to the protagonist

          

  17. Unreliabe NarratorA person who tells the story

          

  18. PersonificationKind of Metaphor in which non human thing is talked about as if it were human

          

  19. Shakespear SonnetFourteen line poem that is usualy written in lamabic penamen

          

  20. TonePlayon the multiple meansings of a word or two words that sound alike

          

  21. MaturationRepetition of the same or very similar consorant sounds

          

  22. AllusionReference to a statement, person, place, or thing

          

  23. GenreAttitude a writter takes towards a subject

          

  24. AsideWords that are spoken by a character in a play to the audience or to another character

          

  25. SonnetAttitude a writter takes towards a subject

          

  26. 3rd Person Point of ViewOne of the characters is telling the story

          

  27. Internal ConflictTakes place enterialy in mind

          

  28. Apperance vs. RealityNot always tru

          

  29. MoodA story atmosphere or the feeling it evokes

          

  30. DramaCentral idea of a work literature

          

  31. 1st Person Point of ViewPlays no part in story

          

  32. PunPlayon the multiple meansings of a word or two words that sound alike

          

  33. TragedyLanguage that appeals to the senses

          

  34. ThemeAttitude a writter takes towards a subject

          

  35. SettingAttitude a writter takes towards a subject

          

  36. Subordanite CharacterCharacter who doesnt change

          

  37. External ConflictPhysical conflict

          

  38. ProtagonistMain Character

          

  39. AlliterationTheme of growing up

          

  40. ConflictStruggle or clash between opposing characters

          

  41. AllegoryLanguage that appeals to the senses

          

  42. PlotSeries of related events that make up a story or drama

          

  43. ImageryPlay that despices serious and important even that main character becomes unhappy in the end

          

  44. Dramatic IronyOccurs when seems appropriate

          

  45. Situational IronyOccurs when seems appropriate