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Literary Terms Review

Video clips and image examples of common literary terms.
by

Micki Clark

on 9 August 2016

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Literary Terms Review
Pre-AP English 2A

Even though you already know these literary terms, your brain has been on vacation for a few months, and it's safe to say you've forgotten a few things. So, let's have a quick reminder.
Allusion
"Fully defeated by just anyone, the dark side cannot be, but only by the Chosen One. And who might be this Jedi? Know I do not, but not yet born is he or she. This much, sense I can. A vessel of pure Force the Chosen One will be, more powerful than any Jedi in history."
FORESHADOWING
Personification
Flat (static) character
Round (dynamic) character
Foil
Hyperbole
idiom
Of course, there are others...
...like the oxymoron...
...the paradox...
...conflicts, both internal and external...
...point of view...
I (1), YOU (2), HE (3)
...and finally, imagery and figurative language.
SIMILE
(like or as)
METAPHOR
DIRECT COMPARISON
We'll learn some more figurative language terms this year, like metonymy and synecdoche.
Mrs. Micki Clark
www.micki-clark.com
Irony
Original
Onomatopoeia
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