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The Cask ...

The Cask...

catacombs underground cemetery
virtuso expert
impunity free from punishment
fettered handcuff
connoisseur authority on wine
gait walk, stride
precluded prevented
retribution penalty
afflicted burdened
explicit straight forward
plot story
verbal irony saying one thing/meaning another
narrator one who tells story
author writes books
protagonist main character
mood spirit/tone of the story
point of view perspective
theme message
metaphor A comparison without using "like" or "as"
simile A comparison using "like" or "as"
personification A figure of speech that endows animals...with human qualities
hyperbole A figure of speech that uses exaggeration
onomatopoeia A figure of speech in which the sound of the word is suggestive of its meaning
alliteration The repetition of consonant sounds (tongue twister)
assonance A repetition of vowel sounds--radiant, name, (Long "A")
internal rhyme a rhyme that occurs within a stanza line that "agrees" with an end word
external/end rhyme a rhyme that occurs at the end of lines in a poem
symbolism a word that represents and idea or thought in a poem
Created by: aishmael