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Logical Fallacy
a mistake in reasoning
Lyrical
Songlike; characterized by emotions,subjectivitity, and imagination
Metaphor
a figure of speech in which one thing is referred to as another; for example, "my love is a fragile flower"
Metonymy
a figure of speech that used the name of an object, person, or idea to represent something with which it is associated, such as using "the crown" to refer to a monarch; Also, "The pen is mightier than the sword."
Mode
the method or form of a literary work; the manner in which a work of literature is written
Mood
similar to tone, mood is the primary emotional attitude of a work (the feeling of the work; the atmosphere). Syntax is also a determiner of mood because sentence strenth, length, and complexity affect pacing.
Moral
The lesson drawn from a fictional or nonfictional story. It can also mean a heavily didactic story.
Motif
main theme or subject of a work that is elaborated on in the development of the piece; a repeated pattern or idea
Narration
the telling of a story in fiction, nonfiction, poetry, or drama; one of four modes of discourse
Negative-Positive
sentence that begins by stating what is NOT true, then ending by stating what is true.