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Unit 4 Vocabulary

Drama a play written for stage, radio, film, or television usually about a serious topic or situation
Tragedy a dramatic play that tells the story of a character , usually of a noble birth, who meets an untimely and unhappy death or downfall, often because of a character flaw or twist of fate
Monologue a dramatic speech delivered by a single character in a play
Interpretation the act of making meaning from something, such as a text.
Theatrical Elements physical, visual, and oral means the director uses to convey meaning
Metacognition the ability to know and be aware of one's own thought processes
Hyperbole a figure of speech that uses exaggeration to express a strong feeling
Allusion refers to a literary, historical, of cultural moment figure, or event
Metaphor a figure of speech that compares two or more unlike things not using like or as
Personification a figure of speech that describes an object as if it were a living creature
Simile a figure of speech that compares two or more unlike things using like or as
Protagonist the central character in a work of literature, the one who is involved in the main conflict of the plot
Created by: lhparker87