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free and direct speech
puts doubt in the readers mind; it's when the narrator speaks in a way the sounds like it could be the character
adjective or phrase applied to a noun to accentuate a certain characteristic; "The Devil's Dictionary"
form of high burlesque; imitates a specific literary work or style of an author for comic effect
literary genre that uses irony, wit, and sometimes sarcasm to expose humanity's vices and foibles; "A Modest Proposal"
formal satire where the speaker attacks vice and error with contempt and indignation
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