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Omniscient
all-knowing: knowing or seeming to know everything
Epigram
witty saying
Metonomy
a figure of speech in which an attribute or commonly associated feature is used to name or desginate something
Colloquialism
coke, pop,
Didactic
"good teaching"
Controlling Image
An image or metaphor that dominates a literary work, especially with respect to structure or theme.
Apostrophe
an address or invocation to something inanimate.
Verbals
using words as verbs
Epic
long poem, series of events
Specious
apparantely true, but actually false.
Enumeration
list individually
Satire
the use of wit, human ridicule
Enigmatic
hard to understand
Paean
expression of joy and praise
Synecdoche
a figure of speech, for a part of something.