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Who wrote animal farm? James Orwell
Who wrote Romeo and Juliet William Shakesphere
Who wrote The Gift Of The Magi? O Henry
Who wrote the most dangerous game? Richard Conell
Who wrote the cask of amontillado Robert Frost
Who wrote the necklace Guy De Maupassant
Who wrote Sweet Potatoe Pie eugena collier
Who wrote Scarlet Ibis James Hurst
Blank Verse Verses written in iambic pentameter that are not rhymed
Sonnet a poem written in 14 lines in iambic pentameter wit a defiative rhyme pattern
original copy oxymoron
aside comments a character makes which are only heard by the audience and not the characters on stage
character foil a character who illistrates or highlites another character
foreshadowign authors use of hints to show what will occur later in the plot
irony a contrast between appearence and reality
dramatic irony when the reader knows something a character doesnt
tragic flaw romeo being a quick acting character
point of view relashonship of the narrater to the story
exposition introduction
dynamic character develops and changes
static character a chatacter that stays the same throughout the whole story
Created by: megan11894