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This is the regular pattern of rhyme found at the ends of lines in poems.
This can be added to the beginning of a word to change the word's meaning.
This is the use of words that sound like the noises they describe.
This is the rhythm or regular sound pattern in a piece of poetry.
This is a direct comparison of two things, in which they are said to be (in some sense) the same thing
This is an account of the personal experiences of an author.
This is the central and most important idea of a reading passage.
This is a highly musical verse that expresses the observation and feelings of a single speaker
This is extreme exaggeration used in a literary work.
This is poetry written without a regular rhyme scheme, meter, or form.
This is the use of hints in written works about what will happen later
This is the form of poetry that cannot be changed.Ex: Haiku and sonnet
This is writing that tells about imaginary characters and events
This is the repetition of similar sounds that comes at the ends of lines of poetry
This is a poem that makes use of the techniques of drama
This is when we analyze a spoken or written word to discover its pronunciation or meaning.
This is the main problem in a literary work.
This is the part of the plot where the conflict and tension reach a peak
This is poetry written in unrhymed iambic pentameter.
The story of a person's life written by another person.
This is the story of a person's life written by that person.
This is the reference to a person, place, or event from history, literature, or religion with which a reader is likely to be familiar
This is the repetition of initial consonant sounds at the beginnings of words.
This is whoever will be reading or listening to a piece of work/speech.
This is the part of the plot that introduces the characters, the setting, and the basic situation.
This is the attitude that an author takes toward the audience, the subject, or a character.
This is the message, usually about life or society, that an author wishes to convey through a literary work.
This is the feeling that an author wants readers to have while reading.
This is an article in a publication or a commentary on television or radio expressing the opinion of its editors, publishers, station, or network.
This is the dictionary definition of a word.
This is a brief story about an interesting incident.
added to the end of a word to change meaning
This is a group of related lines in a poem
This is a fourteen-line lyric poem
This is a comparison of two unlike things using the terms "like" or "as".
This is the time and place in which a literary work happens.
the part of the word after all affixes have been removed
Root (base) word
This is a word that has the same or almost the same meaning as another word or phrase
This refers to the ordering of words in a sentence.
This is a verb form ending in -ing that functions as a noun.
This results when two or more independent clauses are joined by a comma without a coordinating conjunction.
This is a word or phrase that means the opposite of another word or phrase.
Writing that is real or true
An expression that is characteristic of a region, community, or class of people
The dictionary meaning of a word
When feelings or emotions are associated with a word
Telling a story that has already happened
Author’s choice of words
A speech in a play that is addressed to another character
A long speech given alone on stage
Language that goes beyond the literal meaning of words
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