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Ethos

appeals to credibility

Pathos

appeals to emotion

Logos

appeals to logic

Assonance

Repetition of stressed vowel sounds


ex: "smoothly and soothingly the wind blew through the empty room"

Consonance

Repetition of stressed consonant sounds


ex:"The mass of serpents twists and slithers"

Anadiplosis

Beginning a clause with the last word of the previous clause


ex: "scissors cut paper, paper covers rock, rock crusher scissors"

Anaphora

Repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive clauses


ex: "take my heart, take my soul, take my life"

Epistrophe

Repetition of a word or phrase at the end of successive clauses


ex" and that government of the people, by the people, for the people

Diction

choice and use of words or phrases

Syntax

arrangement of words and phrases to create a well formed sentance

Alliteration

repetition of sounds at the beginning of words and phrases


ex" the only verdict is vengeance, a vendetta held as a votive"

epanalepsis

beginning and ending a clause with the same word\


ex: "a lie begets a lie"

chiamus

2 corresponding pairs of words arranged in parallel inverse order


ex"fair is foul and foul is fair"

parallelism

similar syntactic structure in successive phrases


ex"one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind"

antithesis

contrasting opposing ideas in parallel syntactic structure


ex: "give me liberty or give me death"

verbal irony

use of words to mean something different than what the person actually means

situational

differenct between what is expected to happen and what actually happens

dramatic

audience is more aware of what is happening than the caracters

Richard (from richard iii)

the duke of gloucester, eventually crowned king of england

Buckingham(from richard iii)

richards right hand man

Clarence(from richard iii)

born between Edward and Richard, Richard murders him

Margret(from richard iii)

Widow of the dead king, hates richard and who he is trying to kill

Anne(from richard iii)

hates richard for the death of her husband, but is persuaded to marry him

Circe(from the odyssey)

transforms Odysseus’s crew into swine when he lands on her island. With Hermes’ help, Odysseus resists Circe’s powers and then becomes her lover, living in luxury at her side for a year.

Laertes (from the odyssey)

Odysseus’s aging father, who resides on a farm in Ithaca. In despair and physical decline, Laertes regains his spirit when Odysseus returns