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Guide To Literary Terms Essay

  • Submitted by: sonali823
  • on September 10, 2011
  • Category: English
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Guide to Literary Terms
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1. Guide to Literary Terms: Introduction 2. Guide to Literary Terms: Complete Index ♦ (the) Absurd ♦ Aesthetics ♦ Affective Fallacy ♦ Allegory ♦ Alliteration ♦ Allusion ♦ Ambiguity ♦ Anachronism ♦ Analogy ♦ Antagonist ♦ Anticlimax ♦ Antithesis ♦ Aphorism ♦ Apocalyptic ♦ Apology ♦ Arbitrary ♦ Archetype ♦ Ballad ♦ Bard ♦ Bibliography and Further Reading ♦ Black Comedy ♦ Blank Verse ♦ Bombast ♦ Canon ♦ Canto ♦ Catharsis ♦ Character ♦ Characterization ♦ Chorus ♦ Chronicle ♦ Climax Guide to Literary Terms 1

♦ Closure ♦ Colloquialism ♦ Comedy ♦ Comic Relief ♦ Connotation ♦ Content ♦ Context ♦ Couplet ♦ Denouement ♦ Device ♦ Dialect ♦ Dialogue ♦ Digression ♦ Drama ♦ Elegy ♦ Epic ♦ Epigram ♦ Epilogue ♦ Epithet ♦ Essay ♦ Euphemism ♦ Exegesis ♦ Exposition ♦ Fable ♦ Fantasy ♦ Farce ♦ Fiction ♦ Figure of Speech ♦ First-Person Narrative ♦ Folklore ♦ Folk Tale ♦ Formula ♦ Free Verse ♦ Genre ♦ Hagiography ♦ Haiku ♦ Hero ♦ Homily ♦ Hubris ♦ Hyperbole ♦ Idiom ♦ Imagery ♦ In medias res ♦ Interior Monologue ♦ Irony ♦ Lampoon ♦ Legend ♦ Limerick ♦ Litany ♦ Literal ♦ Literature eNotes: Table of Contents 2

♦ Malapropism ♦ Melodrama ♦ Metaphor ♦ Monologue ♦ Morality Play ♦ Muse ♦ Myth ♦ Narrative ♦ Nemesis ♦ Noh ♦ Nom de plume ♦ Novel ♦ Ode ♦ Onomatopoeia ♦ Oral Tradition ♦ Oratory ♦ Oxymoron ♦ Palindrome ♦ Parable ♦ Paradox ♦ Parallelism ♦ Paraphrase ♦ Parody ♦ Pastoral ♦ Persona ♦ Personification ♦ Plagiarism ♦ Plot ♦ Poetic Justice ♦ Poetic License ♦ Poetry ♦ Point of View ♦ Prologue ♦ Prose ♦ Realism ♦ Protagonist ♦ Proverb ♦ Refrain ♦ Pun ♦ Pyrrhic ♦...

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