← Romeo and Juliet: Terms Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All Iambic Pantameter A form of meter that consists of 5 unstressed syllables each followed by a stressed syllable Soliloquy A lengthy speech by a character that expresses his/her thoughts and/or feelings. Aside A brief remark by a character that expresses his/her thoughts and/or feelings. Monologue A lengthy speech by a character addressed to other characters Allusion References to well-known people, places, or events. Dramatic Irony A difference in what the people knows and what the character thinks. Foreshadowing A literary tool used to give a hint to future events. Blank Verse Unrhymed poetry in iambic pantameter. Sonnet A 14-line poem written as ABABCDCDEFEFGG. Verbal Irony Irony in which words portray the opposite that is meant. Irony of Situation An event that is unexpected by the characters or the audience. Irony A literary tool that portrays differences between appearence and reality. Meter A poems rythmical pattern. Tragedy A drama in which the central character faces great danger and predicament. Suspense A feeling of curiosity or uncertainty about the outcome of events in a literary work. Tragic Flaw The flaw of a character that leads him/her to tragedy. Character's Motive The reason behind a characters thoughts or actions. Couplet A pair of rhyming lines, such as the last two lines of a sonnet. Drama A story written to be performed by actors. Tone The writer's attitude toward his or her audience and subject.