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Information and ideas presented in order to persuade people to do or believe something that may or may not be true.
propaganda
The kind of everyday writing or speech that does not have the rhyme or rhythm patterns of poetry.
prose
The main character in a literary work.
protagonist
Repeated line or phrase in a poem
refrain
Literary technique in which a word or phrase is repeated for emphasis, or to create a rhythm or particular emotional effect.
repetition
A literary technique involving the repetition of the same or similar sounds.
rhyme
The most common, and it occurs when the words at the ends of several lines rhyme.
end rhyme
The rhymes occur within lines of poetry.
internal rhyme
A pattern of sounds or beats created by the arrangement of accented and unaccented words or syllables.
rhythm
A type of imaginary story that involves up-to-date or futuristic scientific developments and technology.
science fiction
Descriptive language that appeals to one or more of the five senses.
sensory language
The time and place in which the action of a literary work takes place.
setting