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Unit 7 test review

Test review unit 7 Bob Jones Elements of Literature

TermDefinition
Two major types of literature prose poetry
anecdote a special incident from the life of an important person
autobiography interpretation of an author's own life
biography history of a person's life
comedy play that ends happily
tragedy a play that ends unhappily
dramatic irony a contrast between what the reader knows and what a character in the story knows
diary personal record of the events in someone's life
memoirs a recollection of events from the author's public life
situational irony contrast between what a character expects to happen and what actually happens
genre "a common type of literature"
journal a person's daily record of happenings and impressions usually kept for a professional purpose
diary also records daily happenings and impressions, but is more intimate than a journal (not for professional purposes)
true or false: Anecdotes are used in both biography and autobiography true
Created by: maiasaurus