replacement of words (...)
short saying, that usually contrasts
gentler way of saying something
setting, time, place, introduction of characters; usually occurs at the beginning
simile, metaphor, personification, etc.
figure of speech
specific figurative language
always know, usual
category (drama, prose, poetry)
people or events characterized by disfigures
study (theory) of definitions, interpreting words
exaggeration, over statement
opposite of hyperbole, under statement
in media res
in the middle; story that starts in the middle
to draw a conclusion
dramatic irony (audience knows something the character does not), situational irony (opposite of what it suspected), and verbal irony (wit)
special language of a profession or group
form of communication
know thoughts and feelings of all characters
limited omniscient narrator
know thoughts and feelings of one person
informal, relaxed; main idea at the beginning of the sentence
song-like, subjective, emotional, imagination
reference to something through something else
opposite of the main character
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