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LITERARY Terms and Elements

Definitions for an Introduction in English Language Arts
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Courtney Brown

on 20 June 2014

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Transcript of LITERARY Terms and Elements


using a word, phrase, or image more that once for emphasis
LITERARY
ELEMENTS
TERMS &
rhyme that occurs within one line of the poem
a figure of speech in which two things are compared using a phrase that includes the word like or as
a story’s time and place
using an overstatement to show that something is important

the difference between what is expected to happen in a story and what does happen
giving characters such as animals and objects characteristics of humans
a figure of speech that says one thing is another


using words that sound like their meaning
one thing that represents something else
the relationship between the narrator and the story
repeating sounds by using words whose beginning sounds are the same
framework of a work, the organization, or overall design of a work
a rhyming pattern in which the words at the ends of the lines contain the same sound
language that uses a word or picture to compare or describe, and not meant to be taken literally
the use of word pictures that appeal to the five senses
the pattern created by the ending sounds of the lines of poem
a pattern created by stressed and unstressed syllables in a line of poetry
the main idea of a story or play
the act of describing the person in a book, story, play, seems like a real person qualities of something or someone by the writer
Repetition
Irony
Internal Rhyme
Simile
Setting
Hyperbole
End Rhyme
Structure
Characterization
Alliteration
Point of View
Figurative Language
Imagery
Rhyme Scheme
Rhythm
Theme
Symbolism
Onomatopoeia
Metaphor
Personification
words that end with the same sound or similar sound


repeating sounds by using words whose vowel sounds
Rhyme
Assonance
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