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treatise
written work specifically about a subject
aristotelian tragedy
1. concentrated single action
2. plot
a.peripiteia (reversal)
b. recognition
c. scene of suffering
3. Catharsis (purging
4. Tragic Hero
a. noblility
b. hamartia (tragic flaw)
iambic pentameter
5 lines of unstressed stressed (heLLO)
the globe
theatre where shakespearean plays were performed...open air
metaphor
comparing 2 different things without like or as
simile
comparing 2 different things with like or as
aside
2 people on stage talking with others on stage that can't hear
monologue
i 1 person talking alone with others on stage that cant hear
soliloquy
one person alone on stage talking
satire
a work that ridicules a known subject (lit, or history)
incongruity
presents things that are out of place
exaggeration
altering of something beyond normal
paradox
a sound statement that ends up being nonsensical
allussion
a reference to something in the past
naive narrator
sees thing differently than they really are because immature AND can't be trusted b/c so gullible