a particular study of something
an expression including the words "like" or "as" to compare one thing with another
an expression that describes a person or object by referring to something that is considered to possess similar characteristics
the last two lines in a Shakespearean sonnet that changes the readers outlook of the poem
a type of usually humorous expression in which you say the opposite of what you intend
the description of an object or an idea as if it had human characteristics
a way of speaking or writing that makes someone or something sound much bigger, better, smaller, worse, more unusual, etc., than they are
the exact opposite, or opposition of the thesis
the repetition of consonants at the beginning of two or more words, as in "live and learn"
the use of similar sounds, esp. vowels, in two or more words, as in "mellow wedding bells"
a combination of sounds or musical notes that are pleasant when heard together
explaining or describing an event or situation in writing
expresses the writer's attitude toward the subject or the reader
intended to seem important or influence people
the act of combining different ideas or things to make a whole that is new and different from the items considered separately
, in grammar, a situation in which two nouns or noun phrases are used to refer to the same person or thing
a belief or opinion that you develop from the information that you know
to state something written or spoken in different words, esp. in a shorter and simpler form to make the meaning clearer
a feeling or idea that is suggested by a word in addition to its basic meaning, or something suggested by an object or situation
the topic of discussion or writing or the main idea of a work of literature or art
an expression of opinion, or the right to express an opinion
the use of pictures or words to create images, esp. to create an impression or mood
a piece of writing or music that copies the style of a serious piece in a way that is intentionally humorous
the voice in which a story is told and its relationship to the events in the story
point of view
to put things or people next to each other, esp. in order to compare them
to suggest the happening of a future event
the naming of something with a word whose sound suggests the thing itself, such as "buzz" and "zip"
the manner in which words are pronounced
in a written work is the passages which explain where events take place, what happened before the story begins, and the background of the characters
an important character in a story or play; usually the good guy
a person who opposes or disagrees with the protagonist; usually the bad guy

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