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Literary Terms for Romeo & Juliet

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Austin Stevenson

on 12 April 2016

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Transcript of Literary Terms for Romeo & Juliet

Literary Terms for
Romeo & Juliet

Figurative Language we have studied so far
Character Types
Similes
Metaphors
Personification
Figures of speech we will
see in
Romeo & Juliet
Pun
A play on words that makes a joke out of the multiple meanings of a word
Oxymoron
When two contradictory
terms are joined together
Hyperbole
Exaggerated statements whose
meanings are not literal
Protagonist:
The central character
in a story
Antagonist: an
opposing person
or force in a story
Round
Flat
A Character with multiple character traits
Characters with few or only one
personality trait
Foils
Characters
whose
personalities
contrast & magnify
each other
(We have seen some of these, but it has been a while)
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