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Odyssey - Piper.

epithet a brief descriptive phrase that points out traits of a particular person or thing (nickname)
chorus spoken by a single person who serves as a narrator; foreshadows and summarizes events.
muse Goddess of poetry; called upon for inspiration.
in medias res the middle of; starts in the middle of the action.
irony contrast between appearance and reality.
dramatic irony the reader knows something the character does not.
verbal irony knowingly exaggerates; a character says one thing but means something else. (sarcasm.)
situational irony contrast between what a character expects and what actually happens.
archetype typical example of a certain person or thing; recurring theme, character, symbol or situations.
hyperbole exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken literally.
indifferent having no particular interest or sympathy; unconcerned
disdain that feeling that someone or something is unworthy of one's consideration or respect; contempt.
formidable inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, powerful, intense or capable.
guile sly or cunning intelligence.
entreat ask someone earnestly or anxiously to do something
Created by: Piper.