humorous use of a word to suggest two or more of its meanings (double meaning) or humorous use of words that sound similar. its a joke but harder to get and actually not that funny......haha :0
ex. collier, choler
when you refer to another place, time, or story outside of the story that your reading...dont know how to simplify that, srry :(
ex. "the shady curtains from aurora's bed."
ex. feather of lead
the presence of two opposite thoughts, but in one complete thought......in other words just long, complicated opposites :0
ex. "to merit bliss by making me despair."
when you have to switch the positioning of words in Shakespeare to have something make more sense :)
10 syllables........basically how Shakespeare writes the whole play, u could pick any line and it's probs blank verse ;) teehee o and it's like unrhymed iambic pentameter......w.e that is
comparison using like or as........everybody should know this if u dont that's sad ;) no offense if u dont.
comparison without like or as........u should also know this one :0.......
someone/something that serves as a contrast to another. w.e that means.....like people who are opposite each other in some point in the play.
knowing what is gonna happen...pretty simple ;)
a reccurring object, concept, or structure in a book.
ex. the dagger....oooooo haha :0
writing in a rhythmical pattern, or just rhyming.
verse written in 5 iambic ft....... da DA da DA da weak followed by strong....if u didnt catch that already
a pair of rhyming lines in iambic pentameter
ordinary writing......without rhyming, da....