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AP LIT Marissabel

AP lit terms marissabel 1

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allegory Story odr poem in which characters,settings and eveints stand for other peopole or events or fodr abatract ideas or qualities.
Alliteration Repetition of the same or similar cosonant sounds in words that are close together
Allusion reference to someone or something that is known fdrom history,literature, relidion, polidtics,sports,science, or another branch of culture. An indirect reference dto something(usually from literature,etc,)
Ambiguity deliberately suffesting two or more different and sometimes conflicting meaninings in a work. AN event or situation that may be inerpreteds in more than one way, sometimes done on purpose from the author
Analogy Comparison made between two things to show how they are like
Anaphora Repetition of word,phrase or clause at the beginning of two or more sentences in a row, it makes the writers point more coherent.
Anastrophe Inversion fo the usual, noremal or logical order of the parts of a sentence. Purpose is rythim of emphasis or euphony. It is a fancy word of invasion
Anecdote Brief story told to illustrate a point or serve as an examp[le nof something, ofetn shows character of an individual.
Antagonist Opponent who struggles against or block the hero or protagonist in a story
Created by: marissabel