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Alliteration
The repetition of one or more begining sounds, usually consonants, in a group of words.
Allution
A reference to historical figures or events, fictional characters, place, or other things that the author assumes the reader will know and understand.
Anachronism
The representation of someone or something existing or hapening in other than chronological, proper, or historical order.
Comedy
Aform of liturature in which characters are faced with moderate dificulties, but thet overcome them and the story ends happily.
Foreshadowing
A litetary technique using hints or clues that prepare the reader for something that might happen later in the work.
Hyperbole
Language that greatly overstates or exagerates rhetorical or comic effect.
Irony
Term indicating that the way something appears differs from reality, either in meaning,situation, or action.