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49 Cards in this Set

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Who is Niobe?

Who is Tantlus??
Queen of Thebes with 7 Kids


His Punishment in the underwprld was to have no food and water.
Hecate is the...
Goddess of Sorcery adn Richcraft
Cathahrsis
Purging of Unhealthy Emotions
Foil
Opposite Character
Citadel
Surrounds the city and protects it
Insolence
Bold Disrespect
Diviner
Fortelling the future through signs
Senile
Mentally Impaired
Augury
The Skill of foretelling the future
Malicious
Mean, Spiteful
Somberly
Gloomy, Solemnly
Piety
Loyal
Regent
Period of Time where ruled.
Thespis
Actor & Actress
Comedy
Happy Endings
Allegory
Characters and places represent all
Alliteration
Repeating consanant sounds.
Allusion
Reference
Anachronism
chronological;Out of Time
Assonance
Repeating of Vowel Sounds.
Blank Verse
_'_'_'_'_'
Comma Splice
Incomplete Thought
Diction
Word choice
Elegy
Funeral Poem
Epic Hero
Larger than Life Hero
eulogy
Funeral Speech
Euphemism
Harsh Word Replacement
Exposition
First Facts of a story
Figurative Language
Not Literal
hyperbole
Exaggeration ( She cried her eyes out)
Imagery
Word Pictures
Irony
Difference
Onomatepoeia
A word that sounds liek waht it means
Paradox
Self Conadictory Statement
poetic License
An Agreement with a writer . Alter Reality
Prologue
Few Facts ahead of time
Propaganda
Presenting Lies as facts
Pun
Play on words
Revising
Adding subtracting rearranging words
Run ons
2 incomplete thoughts
Satire
Writing that makes ufn of something that needs changed.
sentence gragments
partial sentence
situaltional irony
suprise ending of story
soliloquy
solo speech
symbol
stand for beyond itself
tradegy
Unhappy ending
tragic Flaw
Main Character Flaw
Verbal Irony
Sarcasim
Voice
Writers Personality