A figure of speech in which what is said is the opposite of what is meant
man vs. god; man vs. self
man vs. nature; man vs. man
the feeling created in the reader by a literary work
a writer uses language to reflect his personality or the personality of one of the characters
the character who works against the protagonist
the principal character in a work of fiction
a work where every element is a symbol of something else
Appeal based on the speaker's character and trustworthiness
the speaker or writer appeals to the emotions
Speaker or writer uses logic and reason
speech made by a character alone on stage
a short story with talking animals and a moral
an exaggeration made to achieve a specific effect
the main idea expressed in a work
fat and plump have different ____________
skinny and thin have the same _______.
the writer's attitude toward the subject or character
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