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final lit terms

literary terms

any sensory detail imagery
a figure of speech that emphasizes its subject by conscious understatment. litote
a figure of speech in which an attribute or commonly associated feature is used to name or designate something. metonymy
a recurrent device, formula, or situation that often serves as a signal for the appearance of a character or event. motif
combines two apparently contradictory elements. oxymoron
series of phrases, each connected by conjunctions polysendeton
a statement that seems contradictory but may actually be true paradox
when a part is used to signify a whole synecdoche
a person, place, thing, event, or pattern in a litery work that figurative represents or "stands for" something else symbol
a verse form consisting of three-line stanzas in which the second line of each rhymes with the first and third of the next terza rima
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