literary work in which all or most of characters, settings, and events stand for ideas, qualities, or figures beyond themselves
repetition of consonant sounds at the beginnings of words
reference to well-known person, place, event, music. literary work or work of art
comparison between two unlike things
brief account of interesting or funny event
force or character opposing the protagonist
repetition of vowel sounds
narrative song or poem
story of a person's life
poetry written in unrhymed iambic pentameter
person or force in a literary work
character whose good and bad quaitites are shown
only one personality trait is shown
character who changes in the course of the literary work
character who stays the same in the course of a literary work
act of creating and developing a character in a literary work
author tells reader what a character is like
author lets reader make up his/her own mind about a character
sequence of events that make up a story
action between the exposition and the climax
point of highest emotional intensity; turning point
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