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R & J Final Review

Vocabulary and Lit terms that will be on your final exam

AMBIGUITY Something that is unclear
BANISHMENT To kick out and told never to return
BOISTEROUS Rowdy and loud
DEXTERITY Skilled with both hands
IDOLATRY Extreme devotion to something
LAMENT To grieve over (to be REALLY sad)
RECONCILE To make up
SHROUD A burial cloth
ANALOGY Comparing two thingsEx: Juliet is as beautiful as a rose.
ANTAGONIST The character that causes conflictEx: Tybalt to Romeo
CHARACTERIZATION The personality of a characterEx: Mercutio: Loud, womanizer, hot headed
CLIMAX The high point of the storyEx: Death scene
CONFLICT A struggleEx: The two families do not get along
COUPLET Two consecutive lines that rhymeEx: My only love comes from my only HATE. Too early seen and unknown too LATE.
DICTION A writers choice of words.Ex: Ya'll come back now.
FOIL A character that is the opposite of another characterEx: Juliet and the nurse
PROTAGONIST The main characterEx: Romeo and/or Juliet
MONOLOGUE A long, uninterrupted speech given by a character.
Created by: kforeman