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foil A character used to contrast another character
subplot A plot secondary in importance to the main plot
imagery descriptive words or phrases to create images in the reader's mind
climax The turning point in a literary work
rising action the action and events leading up to the climax
tragic flow the flaw in a character that leads to his/her downfall
comanticism literature emphasizing emotions and imagination
foreshadowing the act of hinting at things to follow
dramatic irony when the reader knows something that a character does not
falling action events following the climax leading to the conclusion of a work
pathos an element that arouses pity or compassion
static character A character who remains the same throughout a work
motif an often repeated idea or theme in a story
dynamic character a character who changes in a work
hubris excessive pride or confidence
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