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Eric Jason Greene's Q: i need help i dont know what half of these words meenthis is for english Speaker line ryhme end ryhme assonance imagery theme stanza internal ryhme allusion motif narrative poetry, lyrical poetry, dynamic poetry

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speaker=The speaker of a poem is the narrator. Do not assume the author is the narrator. The narrator is more than likely a character created by the author.

line=the line of writing in a poem

rhyme=words with the same sound

end rhyme=rhyming at the end of a line

assonance=the repetition of vowel sounds in words near each other

imagery=a literary device used to “show” the reader rather than tell

theme=what the author wants the reader to learn about life, human nature, and etc. from the writing

stanza=grouped lines in a poem

internal rhyme=rhyme within the line of poetry

allusion=a reference to something in the literature that the author assumes the reader will understand

motif-typically a repeating element or dominant idea of the central theme

narrative poetry-poetry told more like a story with a plot but in a poem form

lyrical poetry-does not tell a story it is more a relation of the speaker addressing the audience with regard to personal feelings or emotions

 

 

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