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the use of irony, just like sarcasm
SATIRE
An introductory narrative within which one or more of the characters proceed to tell a story
FRAME STORY
All the meanings associations or motions that a word suggests
CONNOTATION
The literal dictionary definition of a word
DENOTATION
The time and place of a story or play
SETTING
is the process by which the writer reveals the personality of a character
CHARACTERIZATION
a kind of particularly cutting irony in which the praise is used tauntingly to indicate its opposite meaning
SARCASM
and original source such as a diary
PRIMARY SOURCE
Not an original source such as magazine article web site
SECONDARY SOURCE
using your own judgement on a character
INDIRECT CHARACTERIZATION
the writer tells is what the character is like
DIRECT CHARACTERIZATION
a practice during the middle ages that involved payment for the "pardoning" of sins
INDULGENCES
one who lives for pleasure
EPICUREAN
in literature and art the attempt to depict people and thing as they really are without idealization
REALISM
to envision things as ideal or perfect
IDEALISM