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10 Cards in this Set

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situational irony
between what we expect to happen and what really happens
verbal irony
writer or speaker expresses actual intent in words which carry the opposite meaning
Denouement
the resolution or final revaluation
Subjective
based on feeling rather than actual evidence
Denotation
basic meaning
Connotation
implied additional meaning
Assonance
repetition of identical or similar vowel sounds followed by different consonants (purple curtain/ golden notes)
Alliteration
repetition of like consonant sounds usually at the beginning of two or more words (Rachel wrote Russian rhymes)
Consonance
: repetition of the same consonants in words (usually at the end of the word_ closely following one another (we heard the thud)
Free verse
no regular pattern of rhyme or meter: depends largely on alliteration, assonance, consonance