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Vocab 4

the ghostly shadow that haunts and follows its earthly counterpart; the negative or evil manifestation of what is actually on the "inside" of the haunted character doppelganger
a sudden moment of understanding that causes a character to change or act in a certain way epiphany
the use of an indirect, mild, delicate, inoffensive, or vague word or expression for one thought to be course, sordid, or otherwise unpleasant, offensive, or blunt. euphemism
short, often witty statement presenting an observation or a universal truth aphorism
device a writer uses to hint at a future course of action foreshadowing
is an interruption in a story to tell about events that happened before the current action of the story flashback
serious character flaw of the main character (protagonist) hamartia
the act or habit of misusing words to comic effect. This usually results from ignorance or from confusion of words similar in sound but different in meaning, mainly polysyllabic words malapropism
a play on words for humor pun
a new word expressions, or uses neologism
a statement that does not follow logically from what preceded it non sequitur
the mian idea of a text, expressed directly or indirectly theme
a recurring subject, theme, idea, etc., esp. in a literary, artistic, or musical work motif
presents the action and the characters' speech, without comment or emotion objective point of view
presents the action and the charcters along with the author's personal view or opinion subjective point of view
uses the pronoun I first person point of view
uses the pronoun you second person point of view
Created by: sgeorgesen818