a character who contrasts with another character
a complex character with many traits and qualities who change throughout the story
a two-dimensional character that is simple and does not change throughout the course of a story
a type of poetry that is written in unrhymed iambic pentameter lines
five two-syllable united called feet in which the first syllable is unstressed and the second syllable is stressed
a rhyming pair of lines, usually the same length and meter
a short remark delived only for the audience's benefit
a long speech where a character reveals their true feelings or opinions
a conversation between two or more persons
a long speech addressed to other characters on the stage
a type of irony in which the audience knows something the characters on stage don't know
a figure of speech using seeming contradictions
a comparison using "like" or "as"
a comparison not using "like" or "as"
a type of figurative language in which a nonhuman object is given human qualities
a descriptive or figurative language in literature to create images in the audience's minds
the ordinary form of written language, without metrical structure
a stuggle between opposing forces
the hidden meaning of a story
the main character of a tragedy whom results in a catastrophe
a tragic hero's weakness
a literary term for talking to an absent person or object, thing that will not answer
a play on words
notes included in drama to describe how the work is to be performed or staged
inappropriate, humorous, obscene
a prefix for "across" or "through"
a prefix for "amoung," "in the midst," "within," or "shared by two or more"
a suffix that means "in the direction of" or "having a specified direction"
the prefix that means "both" or "around"