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72 Cards in this Set

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phil
love
mis, miso
hate
dys
bad, ill, difficult
phobia
fear
eu
good
macro
large
micro
small
a, an
not, without
mon, mono
one
poly
many
bio
life
log (ology)
study of
tom (tomy)
cut
pod, ped
foot
hypo
under, beneath, less than
hyper
above, over, beyond
homo
same
hetero
different
endo
in
exo
out
archy
rule
geo
earth
peri
around
auto
self
dem, demo
people
pan, panto
all, complete
chron, chrono
time
mania
craze, madness, insane, impulse
ped
child
ortho
straight, correct
ortho
straight, correct
metr, meter
measure
ant, anti
opposite, against
derm
skin
therm
heat
astr, aster, astro
star
gram, graph
letter, writing
ante
prior, before
bi
two, happening twice
circum
circle, around
con (col, com, cor)
with, together
contra
against
de
remove, opposite of, or reduce
e, ex
missing out from
extra
outside, beyond
in, il, im, ir
not
in, il, im, ir (2)
in, within, toward
inter
in the midst, between, among
intra
within, during
ob
inversely
post
following
pro
substituting for, supporting
pre
prior to, before
re
again, anew
semi
half, to some extent
sub
underneath, below
super
over and above, higher in quantity
trans
on or to the other side of
ultra
beyond what is ordinary
plot
series of events that make up a story
generalization
assumption based on stereotype
inference
intelligent guess
static character
remain unchanging throughout story
dynamic character
undergo change as a result of the story's action
tone
attitude a writer takes toward a subject, a character, or the reader
allegory
story read on literal and symbolic levels
allusion
reference to a statement, person, place, or thing known from literature
dramatic irony
when readers know what's in store for character but he doesn't
situational irony
described as an occurence that's not just as surprising
point of view
vantage point from which the author tells story
style
way writers use language to express themselves and their ideas
atmosphere (mood)
feeling of gloom or cheer that the story evokes