A pair of rhyming verse lines usually of the same length A decisive point in

A pair of rhyming verse lines usually of the same

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A pair of rhyming verse lines, usually of the same length. A decisive point in the plot of a play or story, upon which the outcome of the remaining action dep A metrical unit (foot) of verse having one stressed syllable followed by two unstressed syllables, a The straightforward dictionary meaning (primary sense) of a word. The clearing up or untying of the complications of the plot in a play or story. Use of one or more of the five senses to allow the reader to connect to the moment or experience b The 'God from a machine' who was lowered on to the stage by mechanical contrivance in some anc Spoken exchanges between or among characters in a dramatic or narrative work. The choice of words used in a literary work. The use of informal expressions appropriate to everyday speech rather than to the formality of wr A distinctive variety of language, spoken by members of an identifiable regional group, nation, or s Dignified, impersonal, and elevated use of language; it follows the rules of syntax exactly and is oft See Colloquial – relaxed speech and writing A type of speech which is specific to a particular activity, profession or group. Unconventional language made up of typically short-lived coinage and figures of speech that are d A song of lamentation in mourning for someone's death. The process of developing logical reasons and investigating evidence in support of a thesis throug It describes people, places, things and ideas to a reader; it includes people, places, things, and idea An explanation or description or a specific topic. An account of events, usually in the past, that employs verbs of speech, motion and action to descr Harshness of sound and/or rhythm, either inadvertent or deliberate. A kind of poem in which a single fictional or historical character other than the poet speaks to a sil An elaborated formal lyric poem lamenting the death of a friend or public figure, or reflecting serio The omission from a sentence of a word or words that would be required for the complete clarity b Identifying ourselves , up to a point, with an animate or inanimate object. One might even go so fa Placing greater stress on the most important idea in a piece of writing by giving it special treatmen Brought to a pause at which the end of a verse line coincides with the completion of a sentence, cla The running over the sense and grammatical structure from one verse line or couplet to the next w A long narrative poem celebrating the great deeds of one or more legendary heroes, in a grand cer A short poem with a witty turn of thought. A concluding section of any written work. The term used in Christian theology for a manifestation of God's presence in the world. A short written composition in prose that discusses a subject or proposes an argument with claim A composition, usually in prose, which may be of only a few hundred words or of book length and
The use of ethical appeal so as to convince an audience of one’s validity on a particular subject.

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