29 Blank VerseA line of poetry or prose in unrhymed iambic pentameter.
30 Free Verse Poetry without a regular pattern of meter or rhyme. The verse is "free" in not being bound by earlier poetic conventions requiring poems to adhere to an explicit and identifiable meter and rhyme scheme in a form such as the sonnet or ballad.
31 OnomatopoeiaUsing words that sound like what they mean
32 AlliterationRepetition of the same consonant sound in several words
33 AssonanceThe repetition of vowel sounds in several words
34 Author’s PurposeThe reason an author decides to write about a specific topicThe way in which an author uses words to achieve that purpose
35 ThemeThe idea of a literary work abstracted from its details of language, character, and action, and cast in the form of a generalization.
36 ToneThe implied attitude of a writer toward the subject and characters of a work.
37 StyleThe way an author chooses words, arranges them in sentences or in lines of dialogue or verse, and develops ideas and actions with description, imagery, and other literary techniques.
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