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Lines whispered to the audience or to another character on stage. These lines are not meant to be heard by all of the characters on the stage at the time. Aside
An indirect reference by casually mentioning something that is generally familiar (ex: Romeo and Juliet) ALLUSION
a pair of rhyming lines written in the same meter; may be a separate stanza COUPLET
A metrical foot consisting of one unaccented syllable followed by one accented syllable. LAMB
The positioning of ideas or images side-by-side for emphasis or to show contrast – example: in Romeo and Juliet, love and hate are juxtaposed as the two teenagers love is forced into the same Arena as the families hatred. JUXTAPOSITION
All four of written expression not having a regular rhymithical pattern PROSE
A long speech by a character who is the one on the stage in which he Reveals His innermost thoughts and feelings SOLILOQUY
A metrical pattern in poetry which consists of five iambic feet per line IAMBIC PENTAMETER
A written or oral composition presenting the discourse of one speaker only MONOLOGUE
Expresses the author's attitude towards his or her subject. Since there are as many tones in the literature as there are tones of voice in real relationships, the tone of a literary work maybe one of anger or approval TONE
The arrangement and presentation of events and information in such a way that prepare for later events in a work FORESHADOWING
Technique used to produce an effect by a seeming self contradiction. Examples include cruel kindness, make haste slowly OXYMORON
Figure of speech in which inanimate objects are given qualities of speech and / or movement. PERSONIFICATION
A play on words wearin a word is used to convey two meanings at the same time PUN
The romantical pattern of a poem; classified according both to its pattern in the number of feet to the line. Meter is a pattern repetition of stressed and unstressed syllables in a line of poetry. METER
Divided into three quatrains and final couplet. The rhyme scheme is iambic pentameter with set rhyme scheme a b a b, CD CD, efef, gg SONNET
WRITING IN METRICAL RYTHM VERSE
an instruction in the text of a play especially indicting the movement position or tone of the actor STAGE DIRECTION

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