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Satire
the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or riducule to expose and criticize people about their stupidity
Mood
Express's how someone is feeling
Tone
how the author wants you to take the feeling of the story
Inference
a conclusion based on evidence
Alliteration
the occurance of the same letter or sound at the begining of the words in order.
Free Verse
poetry that does whatever it wants to do
Rhyme Scheme
the ordered pattern of rhymes at the end of poems and verses
Irony
The expression of ones's meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite.
Theme
a topic, a piece of writing, the subject of talk.
Foreshadowing
a warning or an indication.
Personification
giving non human items, human like qualities.
Metaphor
Compairing 2 or more things using anything but like or as.
Simile
comparing something using like or as
Symbol
a thing that represents something.
Assonance
repition of sound or words close enough to sound like alteration.
Imagery
visually discuptive or figurative language
Rhythm
a strong, regular, represted pattern of movement or sound
Allusion
an expression designed to call something to mind without mentioning it directly
Parallel Structure
the repetition of words or phrases that have similar grammitical structures.
Cataloging
listing of things, people, or events