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Eng. final terms

TermDefinition
imagery "word picture" used by author to make it seem more real and bring more emotion. uses five senses
allusion indirect reference to a character place or situation from history
theme The central idea of a writing. can be stated or implied
rhythm arrangement of stressed and unstressed syllables
apostrophe figure of speech where writer directly addresses and inanimate object, idea, or absent person.
blank verse poetry written unrhymed, iambic pentameter
meter regular patter of stressed and unstressed syllables that gives a line of poetry a predictable rhythm
repetition repeat of sounds, words, phrases, and lines. It brings unity and calls attention to ideas.
juxtaposition place two things side by side to compare and bring emotion
implied theme let the main idea reveal itself through events, dialogue, or descriptions
foreshadowing clues given by author to prepare reader for next events
description writing that captures physical sensations of a place or of an experience
dialogue conversation between characters shows characteristics, conflict, and moves the plot along
plot sequence of events in a story (rising action, falling action, climax, falling action, and resolution)
Created by: rissaroo