a brief reference to an event, person, or story within a work to something outside the work
the final sounds are similar but not identical
indicates where a scene takes place, what is should look like, and how the characters should move and speak
conveys critical information about a play's setting, props, characters, and historical or social context
an idea or argument that appears logical though it is based on a completely faulty premise
involves a contrast between what is stated and what is mean, or between what is expected to happen and what really happens
involves the story set in a black or remote place, involves gruesome, horrifying,ghastly, horrible, characters are in psychological or physical torment, a supernatural is present
a rhyme within a single line of a poem
tells a story or narrative in verse
the use of a repeated consonant sound usually at the beginning of words
a structure of poetry that has irregular meter and line length
the central idea or insight into life that a writer strives to convey
a comparison that is developed throughout the course of a literary work
Puritan Plain Style
characterized by short words, direct statements, and reference to ordinary, everyday objects
a figure pf speech in which a speaker directly addresses an object, person, or a personified object, quantity, or idea.
repetition of grammatical structures
a figure of speech where a non-human subject is given human characteristics
point of view
attitudes about the topic or audience
formal public speaking that is persuasive, emotionally appealing, addresses the needs and concerns of its audience, and involves the use or colorful/rhythmic language
includes the following easily identifiable components: an event that prompts a young person to the known world, a trip/journey ensues, the end involves a discovery of some sort, traveler returns to the world he knows, changed for the experience
frequently used by Emily Dickinson, the lines alternate between 8 syllables (4 beats) and 6 syllables (3 beats) as in abcb order.
attributing human characteristics or qualities to objects, animals, or gods
word choice which adds to the style, theme, and tone of a poem or story.
way of speaking that is characteristic of a particular region or group of people
the attitude a writer takes toward the reader, a subject, or a character
a reserved, enduring, courageous protagonist that fights against a chaotic, painful world, ultimately dying bravely and alone
is a pattern of rhyming within a poem
when an object, character, or event represents not only itself but a larger idea
often wrote in free verse, his diction is characterized by the use of catalogues or long lists
often wrote in slant rhyme and exact rhyme
The Crucible Act 1 Setting
The Crucible Act 2 Setting
The Crucible Act 3 Setting
The Crucible Act 4 Setting
written in 1950's by Arthur Miller, touched on 1960's on Salem Witch Trials
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
written in 1880's by Mark Twain, touched on American society during the 1850's
The Old Man and the Sea
written in 1950's by Ernest Hemingway, touched on the city of Havana, Cuba during the 1950's
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