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Romeo & Juliet

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drama a story written to be acted for an audience
tragedy a play, novel, or other narrative that depicts serious and important events in which the main character comes to an unhappy end
prologue a short introduction at the beginning of a play that gives a brief overview of the plot
sonnet fourteen-line lyric poem that is usually written in iambic pentameter and that has one of several rhyme schemes
prose direct form of language, written or spoken, in ordinary use
chorus a group who says things at the same time
anachronism event or detail that is inappropriate for the time period
verbal irony a writer or speaker says one thing, but really means something completely different
dramatic irony the audience or reader knows something important that a character in a play or story does not know
monologue a speech by one character in a play
soliloquy an unusually long speech in which a character who is on stage alone expresses his or her thoughts aloud
foil character who is used as a contrast to another character; writer sets off/intensifies the qualities of 2 characters this way
oxymoron a combination of contradictory terms (ex: jumbo shrimp)
aside words that are spoken by a character in a play to the audience or to another character but that are not supposed to be overheard by the others onstage
pun a play on the multiple meanings of a word, or on two words that sound alike but have different meanings
comic relief humor added that lessens the seriousness of a plot
static character character who does not change much in the course of a story
dynamic character character who changes as a result of the story's events
blank verse poetry written in unrhymed iambic pentameter; each line of poetry contains 5 iambs, or metrical feet, that consist of an unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable
couplet two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme; couplets often signal the EXIT of a character or end of a scene
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