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CONFLICT oppositions between or among different forces;clash
EXTERNAL CONFLICT man vs. man, society vs. world, man vs. nature
INTERNAL CONFLICT man vs. himself
INFERENCE logical assumption based on evedence
IRONY contradiction between what happens and what is exspected
VERBAL IRONY something contradictory that is said
SITUATIONAL IRONY when something contradictory is directly done that is different than what is expected
DRAMATIC IRONY audience is aware of something the speaker isn't
RESOLUTION the end; wrapping it up
THEME a central idea or message
APPARENT seeming
AWE mixed feelings of fear and wonder
DEVISTATING destuctive
DISPELLED driven away
EVADEING avoiding
EXPENSE finacal cost
INTERPLANETARY between planets
PERPETUAL constant
PLAUSIBLE seemingly true
PROPOSAL plan or offor
SIMULTANEOUSLY at the same time
SPECTATORS onlookers