Terms - English 3201

Date Sep 7 - Jun 26
Teacher Janet Campbell
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Students are responsible for the following terms as assigned in class:

Figurative Language
Metaphor
Personification
Simile
Sonnet (Elizabethan, Italian)
Poem
Rhythm
Rhyme
Quatrain
Couplet
Sestet
Octave
Stanza
Lyric Poem
Ballad
Theme
Point of View (1st, 2nd, 3rd, Limited, Omniscient)
Mood
Atmosphere
Imagery (Aural, Gustatory, Tactile, Olfactory, Visual)
Elegy
Irony (Verbal, Situational, Dramatic)
Slant Rhyme
Free Verse
Blank Verse
Epic Poem
Alliteration
Assonance
Ode
Juxtaposition
Allusion
Apostrophe
Cacophony
Consonance
Euphony
Diction
Hyperbole
Lyrics
Onomatopoeia
Refrain
Speaker
Gothic
Genre
Setting
Colloquial Language
Dialect
Setting
Character (Static, Dynamic, Round, Flat)
Characterization

Dramatic Terms

Act
Action
Aside
Chorus
Comic Relief (Comedy)
Dialogue
Motivation
Prologue
Scene
Screenplay
Script
Soliloquy
Stage Directions
Stereotype
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Tragic Flaw
 

 

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