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- lines of not rhyming words in iambic pentameter
- But soft what light through yonder window breaks
- Printer's paper folded to print on four sides
- Heminge and Condell published the 1st folio with 36 plays
- piece of printers paper folded to print on 8 sides
- Gutenburg is believed to be the 1st to print in the quarto format
- When an actor talks to the audience to allow them hear what they are thinking
- Before Juliet drinks the potion she has a soliloquy about the possible outcomes
- a brief speech to the audience that the other characters are presumed not to hear
- In the balcony scene Romeo asks himself if he should wait and hear more of what Juliet has to say or talk
- situation where the audience knows something that a character doesn't
- Romeo doesn't know Juliet will wake up but the audience does
- serious play where the main character passes through misfortunes that lead to a final catastrophe
- Romeo and Juliet
- a character that accentuates another characters opposite personality
- Mercutio to Romeo because he doesn't believe in romance just a physical act
- a long narrative poem
- The Odyssey
- a figure from history or a legend and is usually favored by gods
- reference to something else in life (story, art, event)
- In Blues Ain't No Mocking Bird Cathy make an allusion to Goldilocks
- A phrase or word that makes the reader see things in a clearer view
- Odysseus, son of Laertes
- main events in a play, story or movie
- In Romeo and Juliet it's the tragic death of two lovers
- language that is visually descriptive to the reader
- The bright red fire truck roared by with its squealing sirens.
- the attitude a writer takes towards a subject or character
- The tone that the president gave his speech in made the whole country feel worried.
Point of View
- the narrators position in relationship to the story
- The Scarlet Ibis is told from the older brothers point of view.
- the part of a work where the background information is told
- The exposition of the Red-Headed League is when the client is telling Holmes about his problem
- the problem between the protagonist and the antagonist
- The conflict between Odysseus and the Cyclops is that they went into the Cyclops' cave and ate and drank.
- the height of action in a story and also the part where the story turns into falling action
- the climax in Romeo and Juliet is the fight between Romeo, Mercutio and Tybalt resulting in Romeo's banishment
- the end of the story where the solution is revealed and everything is tied up
- in Romeo and Juliet after the two died the families ended their feud
- a phrase that cannot be directly translated word for word
- "It's raining cats and dogs"
- a logical explanation resulting from evidence
- Sherlock Holmes makes an inference which leads to the thieves being captured
- figure of speech where the truth is embellished for effect
- Paul Bunyon could clear a forest with one swing of his ax
- something that represents or stands for something
- the symbol for Catholic Central is the interlocking C's
- where the literary work takes place
- The setting for Romeo and Juliet is Verona.
- the main idea, moral, or message of a work
- Romeo and Juliet has many themes like fate or free will
- the atmosphere or tone of the literary work
- The mood in the late parts of Romeo and Juliet is sad and depressing,
- a person in a literary work
- a story narrated by one person talking about themselves with I or me
- The Scarlet Ibis
- can report on all characters with he, she, it but never comments
- Pride and Prejudice
3rd person omniscient
- the narrator can see what all characters are doing and thinking and knows what is happening all around
- The Most Dangerous Game
- contrast to what is expected and what actually happens
- if you throw a bomb and it just lands normally
- contrast to what is said and what is meant
- Men will tell their wives that the dress doesn't make them look fat when it really does
- detailed comparison in the form of a simile that extends many lines
- Odysseus uses a Homeric simile when comparing a ship drill to how they killed the Cyclops.
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