A deductive system of logic
syllogism
the name of an object is substituted for a similar name
metonymy
a work that closely imitates the style or content of another with the specific aim of comedy or ridicule.
parody
use of slang/informalities in speech
colloquialism
A poetic foot -- light, light
pyrrhie
a poetic foot -- heavy, light.
trochee
a poetic foot -- light, heavy, light.
ambibranch
broad parody, one that takes a style or form and exaggerates it into ridiculousness.
burlesque
a poetic foot -- heavy, heavy
spondee
a poetic foot -- single
imperfect
literal meaning, concrete and explicit; emotional
means, meaning
when sound blends harmoniously
euphony
something or someone that isn't in its correct historical or chronological time --Brutus wearing a watch.
anachronism
a figure of speech in which a part of something is used to represent the whole or the whole represents part. Ex. calling a car wheels.
synecdoche