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a reference to a person, place, or event meant to create an effect or enhance the meaning of an idea
the works considered most important in a national literature or period; works widely read and studied
the role or façade that a character assumes or depicts to a reader, a viewer, or the world at large
Also called "pen name" or "nom de plume," a pseudonym is a false name or alias used by writers, such as Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens), George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans), and George Orwell (Eric Blair).
language that conveys a speaker's attitude or opinion with regard to a particular subject
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