A traditional or legendary story that attempts to explain a basic truth.
A character that serves as a contrast for another character.
An article or statement presenting the opinion of the publisher, owner, or editor.
A speech to the audience rather that to another characters.
Plot of Shakespeare plays
Those events that lead to the turning point in the action.
A sudden or gradual decrease in interest or importance.
When rhyming words come at the end of lines.
Unrhymed iambic pentameter.
A brief story or poem that is told to present a moral.
A fourteen-line lyric poem.
A pair of rhymed lines in iambic pentameter.
A composition imitating another, usually serious, piece of work; it is designed to ridicule.
A minor complication in a piece of writing; the secondary plot.
A short remark directed to the audience.
Giving human characteristics to inanimate objects.
All of the action that follows the turning point.
When rhyming words appear in the same line.
The form of language spoken by people in a particular region or group.
A long speech to other characters.