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an abstract or ideal conception of a type; a perfectly typical example; an original model or form
the use of one subject to evoke ideas and associations not literally part of the original object
a circumstance in which the audience or reader knows more about a situation than a character
the repetition of one or more initial consonants in a group of words or lines in a poem
a mode of expression in ehich the intended meaning is the opposite of what is stated, often implying ridicule or light sarcasm; s state of affairs or events that is the reverse of what might have been expected
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