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Guide to Literary Terms

Guide to Literary Terms
How can the relation between plot and character in fiction be best described? Please...

Guide to Literary Terms


Guide to Literary Terms
What is the term for the example "dark saint" or "humble enemy" that William Shakespeare uses?

Guide to Literary Terms

Guide to Literary Terms
What is a collection of poems called when the poems are by one poet?

Guide to Literary Terms
There are three types of plot; please explain about it briefly.

Guide to Literary Terms
What are some real evidences of conflictinternal,external?Thanks

Guide to Literary Terms
Can you come up with an aphorism about education or knowledge?

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Guide to Literary Terms
What is meant by such terms as Expressionism, Dada, and Socialist Realism?

Guide to Literary Terms

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what effect, if any, does the setting have on the events or characters in the story?

Guide to Literary Terms

Guide to Literary Terms
why i bittersweet a paradox and what are its two possible meaning?

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Please explain the literary term "Rhetoric question," with examples.

Guide to Literary Terms

Guide to Literary Terms
Match the definition to the following terms: A Denotation; B Connotation; C Deduction; D...

Guide to Literary Terms