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EOCT Literary Term Review
Alliteration Flashback Foreshadowing Hyperbole Situational Irony Verbal Irony Dramatic Irony Metaphor Extended Metaphor Onomatopoeia
Paradox Personification Pun Refrain Repetition Simile Symbol Symbolism Tone Allusion
Conceit Metonymy Synecdoche Diction Figurative Language Imagery Plot Structure (5 components) Conflict Internal Conflict External Conflict
Direct Characterization Indirect Characterization Protagonist Antagonist Dynamic/ Round Characters Static/ Flat Characters
Setting Mood First Person POV Third Person Omniscient POV Third Person Limited POV Objective POV Theme
Poetry Terminology End Rhyme Internal Rhyme Slant Rhyme Consonance Assonance Rhyme Scheme
Poetry Terminology Fixed Form Free Form Blank Verse Narrative Poetry Ballad Poetry Lyric Poetry
Defintions Poetry Terminology Fixed Form Free Form Blank Verse Narrative Poetry Ballad Poetry Lyric Poetry
Drama Terminology Tragedy Comedy Stage Directions
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Literary Terms English 11 The narrative perspective from which a story is told.
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