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When a story re-lives a previous moment, like a memory, a dream, or by simply revisiting .
When a Character is fighting against something other than his feelings or thoughts
a character who is so different than another that he shows off that other character's uniqueness
Two lines that rhyme with each other (usually a two-line paragraph in a poem, or a two-line stanza)
when the audience of a play knows something that the character will soon find out (and it becomes a surprise to the character)
poetry that does not tell a story but is only intended to express the speaker's (the writer's)emotions
when the narrator seems like he isn't telling the reader everything--often because he or she is an evil character himself (in the story)
when the story is told by someone who seems to know everyone's thoughts and problems
the writer of the story of Romeus and Julius--which inspired Shakespeare to write Romeo and Juliet
a 16th century British writer of many plays and sonnets--perhaps the most important writer the world has ever known
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