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TRUE RHYME
REPETITION OF SOUNDS AT THE ENDS OF WORDS. HAVE IDENTICAL VOWEL SOUNDS IN THEIR FINAL ACCENTED SYLLABLES.
END RHYME
RHYMING WORDS ARE REPEATED AT THE ENDS OF LINES
SLANT RHYME
RHYMING SOUNDS ARE SIMILAR, BUT NOT EXACT, AS IN PROVE AND GLOVE
INTERNAL RHYME
RHYMING WORDS FALL WITHIN A LINE
INTERJECTION
EXCLAMATION
VERBAL IRONY
A WORD OR PHRASE IS USED TO SUGGEST THE OPPOSITE OF ITS USUAL MEANING
DRAMATIC IRONY
CONTRADICTION BETWEEN WHAT A CHARACTER THINKS AND WHAT THE READER OR AUDIENCE KNOWS TO BE TRUE
IRONY
CONTRAST BETWEEN WHAT IS STATED AND WHAT IS MEANT OR BETWEEN WHAT IS EXPECTED TO HAPPEN AND WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENS
FOLK TALES
STORIES, LEGENDS, MYTHS, BALLADS, SONGS, RIDDLES, SAYINGS, AND OTHER WORKS ARISING OUT OF ORAL TRADITIONS OF PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD.
BALLADS
SONGLIKE POEM THAT TELLS A STORY, OFTEN DEALING WITH ADVENTURE AND ROMANCE
LEGENDS
TRADITIONAL STORY, USUALLY DEALING WITH A HERO, SAINT, OR NATIONAL LEADER.
DOUBLE NEGATIVES
DON'T WANT NONE
SPEAKER
VOICE OF A POEM
SITUATIONAL IRONY
AN EVENT OCCURS THAT DIRECTLY CONTRADICTS THE EXPECTATIONS OF THE CHARACTERS, READER, OR AUDIENCE