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Literary Terms Crossword

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How well do you know your literary terms?

Created Date 09.19.16
Last Updated 09.19.16
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  • When the ending of the plot in poetry or prose is unfulfilling or lackluster
  • The idea that fate, destiny, or a god controls and toys with human hopes and expectations.
  • When an audience or reader knows something the characters do not
  • The use of disparaging or offensive expressions instead of inoffensive ones.
  • The act of substituting harsh or offensive comment for a positive one.
  • A category of artistic composition, marked by a distinctive style, form or content
  • Deliberate use of a language by a writer to instill a feeling or visual
  • Technique in which the normal order of words is reversed in order to achieve a particular effect of emphasis o
  • Statement which seems self-contradictory, yet is true
  • The rewarding of virtue and the punishment of vice in the resolution of a plot
  • When one thing is said, but something else, usually the opposite is meant.
  • In which a character talks to himself or reveals his thoughts without addressing a listener. Typical a play.