Culton - The Gift of the Magi
Terms in this set (20)
v. - to stir up; provoke
adj. - most important or frequent
n. - a small entryway within a building
adj. - able to move quickly and easily
n. - a waterfall
n. - the use of good judgement and common sense
adj. - of no importance
n. - a statement
adj. - greedily wished for
n. - a record of events
The contrast between what is expected to happen and what actually exists or happens.
Occurs when the character or reader expects one thing to happen but something entirely different occurs.
When a person or character says one thing but means another. This is often also called sarcasm.
When the words or actions of the characters of a piece of literature have a different meaning for the reader than they do for the characters.
n. - the act of losing or surrendering something as a penalty for a mistake or fault or failure to perform etc.
n. long locks or curls of hair
things intended to beautify; ornaments
cheap, gaudy decoration
Noun: A short chain meant to be attached to a pocket watch.
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