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Imagery
the use of concrete details that appeal to the five senses.
free verse
poetry that follows no set patterns, ryhmes, meter, or line length.
mood
the atmosphere and feelings the author creates in his or her work.
paradox
self contradictory statement that is still true.
onomatopoeia
the use of words whose sound suggest their sense ex: boom bang zip zap
narrative poetry
poetry that relates a story aseries of events
metaphor
does no use like or as
lyric
short poem expressing feelings
verbal irony
a contrast between what is said and what is acutally done
foreshadowing
gives the reader clues about what is going to happen next
simile
comparison that uses like or as
dramatic irony
characters do NOT know what is going on up the reader does. (ex: killer in closet so dont go in closet but the character does go in teh closet.
alliuison
a reference to a historical or literary figure or event
situtational irony
occurs when event turn out contrary to what is expected.
Imagery
the use of concrete details that appeal to the five senses.
free verse
poetry that follows no set patterns, ryhmes, meter, or line length.
mood
the atmosphere and feelings the author creates in his or her work.
paradox
self contradictory statement that is still true.
onomatopoeia
the use of words whose sound suggest their sense ex: boom bang zip zap
narrative poetry
poetry that relates a story aseries of events
metaphor
does not use like or as
lyric
short poem expressing feelings
verbal irony
a contrast between what is said and what is acutally done
foreshadowing
gives the reader clues about what is going to happen next
simile
comparison that uses like or as
dramatic irony
characters do NOT know what is going on up the reader does. (ex: killer in closet so dont go in closet but the character does go in teh closet.
alliuison
a reference to a historical or literary figure or event
situtational irony
occurs when event turn out contrary to what is expected.