a situation where one says the opposite of what is actual or true
a statement that seems to be contradictory but that acutally presents a truth
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a figure of speech that fuses two contradictory or opposing ideas
a passing reference to historical or fictional characters, places, or events or to other works that the writer assumes the reader will recognize
is a figure of speech which makes a direct comparison of two unlike objects by indentification or substitution
a direct comparison between two unlike objects using like or as
a figure of speech in which objects and animals are given human qualities
an address to a person or personified object not present
the intentional repetition of beginning clauses in order to create an artistic effect (for example, “We shall not flag or fail.
We shall go on the end. We shall fight in France.”)
occcurs when there is a pause at the end of each line of a stanza.
this pause is indicated by punctuation
that which is contained withtin a line of verse
a rhythm of accented and unaccented syllables which are organized into patterns, called feet
syllable stress and serial position
has only the natural cadence of speech
natural rhythems of speech
has metric pattern but no rhyme
five feet consisting of unaccented and accented syllables(de dumm)(unstressed, stressed)
a collection of fables, intended to teach a moral lesson, in which the characters are real or imaginary animals
a comment, set off by parentheses, which informs the reader without disturbing the flow of the narrative
five tercets and a concluding quatrain that have two rhymes
a fixed form of lyric poetry that consists of fourteen lines, usually written in iambic pentameter (two basic kinds of sonnets, Italian and English)
the repetition of consonant or vowel sound at the beginnings of the words in a line of verse
the repetition of vowel sounds in stressed syllables that end with different consonant sounds
the repetition of consonant sounds at the end of or in the middle of words in a line of poetry
one sensory experience described in terms of another sensory experience (for example, a loud color or a sharp scent)
a play on words that relies on a word’s multiple meanings
a common term of variable meaning, usually includes the “mental pictures” that a reader experiences within literature
a blending of consonant and vowel sounds designed to imitate or suggest a situation or action
poem with six stanzas of six lines and a final triplet, all stanzas having the same six words at the line-ends in six different sequences that follow a fixed pattern, and with all six words appearing in the closing three-line envoy
resources used by poets to convey and reinforce the meaning or experience of poetry through the skillful use of sound
repetition of similar sounds that occur at the end of two or more lines