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a dramatic work that presents the downfall of a dignified character or characters who are involved in historically or socially significant events tragedy
a dramatic device in which a character speaks his or her thought aloud, in words mean to be heard by the audience but not the other characters aside
a humorous scene, incident, or speech taht is included in a serious drama to provide a change from emotional intensity comic relief
an unusually long speech in which a character alon on stage expresses his or her thought aloud soliloquy
a riduculous and often stereotyped character involved in a far fetched or silly situation farce
a character who highlights traits in another character foil
unrhymed iambic pentameter blank verse
a reference to something historical, scientific, religious, mythical, or literary outside of the work itself allusion
Created by: jojo0414