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Terminology week 2

Terminology for week two

Pentameter A line of verse containing five feet
Atmoshpere The characteristics, mood or feeling conveyed by a literary work, as created by the author's choices of setting, action characterisation and language
Caricature A portrayal of a character in which certain features are exaggerated, usually for comic effect.
Caesura A pause in the middle of a line of verse indicated by a punctuation mark.
Iamb A foot with the rhythm unstressed/ stressed.
Rhyming Couplet Two lines of verse in which the words at the end of each line rhyme.
Iambic Pentameter A line of verse with five Iambic feet. Five stressed syllables alternate with five unstressed, giving a ten-syllable line.
End Stopped Line A line of verse with a punctuation mark at the end to indicate a pause.
Feet Type of rhythm consisting of a particular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables.
Mood 1 - grammar - the function expresses the verb form to create indicative sentences (he is speaking) imperative sentences (what is your opinion) and exclamatory sentences (be quiet!) 2 - used interchangeably with the term 'atmosphere'.
Enjambment Continuity of the sense and rhythm from one line of verse to the next without end-stopping.
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