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Literary canon a group of literary works that are considered the most important of a particular time period or place.
Epiphany a sudden revelation of an underlying truth about a person or situation
Exposition part of a book that sets the stage for the drama to follow
Round Character major character in a work of fiction who encounters conflict and is changed by it.
Foil a character who is presented as a contrast to a second character so as to point to or show to advantage some aspect of the second character.
Stock Character stereo type character
Caricature a person using exaggeration of some characteristics and oversimplification of others
Sonnet fourteen line poetry
Soliloquy a character relates his or her thoughts and feelings to him/herself and to the audience without addressing any of the other characters
Created by: VLW2