AP Literature Vocabulary

AP Literature Vocabulary - Wendy Candler 4th AP Literature...

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Wendy Candler 9/10/07 4 th AP Literature Vocabulary 1) Indirect personification 2) Direct personification 3) Feminine rhyme 4) Masculine rhyme 5) Flat character 6) Round character 7) Theme 8) Synesthesia 9) Deus ex Machina 10) Stock character 11) Static character 12) Dynamic character 13) Euphony 14) Cacophony 15) Synecdoche 16) Epiphany 17) Commercial fiction 18) Literary fiction 19) Satire 20) Metonymy 21) Blank Verse 22) Caesura 23) Oxymoron 24) Scansion 25) Paradox
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Wendy Candler 9/10/07 4 th AP Literature Vocabulary 1) Indirect personification – The author shows us the character through their actions (inference) 2) Direct personification – The author tells straight out, by exposition or analysis, what the characters are like, or has another character do so 3) Feminine rhyme – Repeated accent vowel is in either the 2 nd or 3 rd last syllable of the words involved (ex. h ur rying—sc ur rying) 4) Masculine rhyme – (a.k.a. single rhyme) repeated accent vowel is in the final syllable of the words involved (ex. d
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Cornett during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.

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