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50 Cards in this Set

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"'You aren't one of us are you?' I didn't know what us he was talking about, but i know right then and there, I wanted to be."
Mate
The course of true love never did run smooth
lysander
i am your spaniel, and, demetrius, the more you beat me i will fawn on you
helena
i now a bank where the wild thyme grows, whe oxlips and the nodding violet grows
oberon
and yet, to say the truth, reason and love keep little company together nowadays
Bottom
My oberon, what visions have i seen! methought i was enamored of an ass
Titania
my love to hermia melted as the snow
Demetrius
If we shadows have3 offened think but this and all is mended; that you have but slumbered here while these visions did appear. and this weak and idle theme, no more yeilding but a dream, gentles do not reprehend
Puck
wife of duke
Hippolyta
Puck
Robin Goodfellow
duke
Egeus
fairy queen
Titania
father of hermia
Theseus
king fairy
Oberon
soon
anon
aye
forever
does
doth
before
ere
here
hither
no
nay
nothing
naught
near
nigh
over
o'er
it was
T'were
where
whither
yes
yea
from where
whence
yes
ay
anything
aught
anything
aught
plot
the organized pattern of events in a story
exposition
the presentation of important background information
confict
opposition against which the characters must struggle
climax
a point of great emotional intensity or suspense
point of view
the vantage point from which a narrative is told
first person
the story is told by one of the characters in his or her point of view using the word "I"
third person limited
tells a story from the vantage point of "he" or "she"
omniscient
all knowing observer that can tello what all the characters think, feel and do
setting
the time and place of the action
theme
an idea about life, meaning
forshadowing
hints that point toward future events in the plot
irony
an incongruity between appearance and reality, or between what is said and what is meant
symbol
an object that is itself and also represents something else
allusion
a reference to another work, event, or character
simile
a comparision using the word like or as
metaphor
a comparison between unlike things without the use of comparison words
local color
adds to setting, speech, dress, customs
dynamic
experience some change in personality
static
remain the same throughout a narrative
o. henry
the gift of the magi