Terms in this set (13)
- A worn out expression, one you've heard over and over again.
-avoid using because they are unoriginal, stale, or monotonous.
-Repetition of similar vowel sounds that are followed by different consonant sounds, especially in words that are close together in a poem.
-Figure of speech in which a word or a word phrase is repeated at the beginning of a clause or another group or words.
-Way of speaking that characteristic of a particular region or a particular group of people.
-Dialects may have distinct vocab, pronunciation system, and grammar.
-The writer's or speaker's distinctive use of lang. in a text.
-Created by a writer's tone and choice of words (diction).
-Mask or voice assumed by a writer.
-When a poet is not the speaker of a poem, the poet is creating a persona.
-1st Person P.O.V
-Narrator can't be trusted. My try to deceive reader with bias.
-May not always know the whole truth.
-Simply stated a poem that tells a story.
-Has a beginning, middle, and end.
-Groups of lines in a poem
Identical sounds at the endings of words, such as fool and rule
End (external) Rhyme
Rhyme at ends of line of poetry
-Rhymes inside the lines, or a word inside a line that rhymes with a word at the end of line.
-Using letter to show the arrangement of rhyme, such as ababcdcdefefgg
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