Implausible Character/ Incident
A character or event in a drama or story that is not believable to a reader
Ex- On The Walking Dead, when Nicholas shot himself in the head and left Glenn to die. Everyone thought Glenn was dead but then he resurfaced like 2 episodes later.
Repeated phrases or lines with successive minor changes in form or context which enhance and intensify the meaning.
An ending in which the central conflict is unresolved
Ex- Shutter island because he ends up back on the boat and restarts everything
Speech, Thoughts, Effects on other Characters, Actions, Looks.
The Steal Wheel.
A recording of internal emotional experience on a non-verbal.
The opposition of the protagonist against forces within himself or herself, as with values, conditioning, or mental instability.
The repetition of end sounds of word in the middle of a poetic line.
Ex- A firetruck catching on fire & escalators leading to a fitness center.
A mode of satire that attacks vice and human follies with contempt and indignation through harsh, far-too-realistic observations.
Ex- Animal Farm, mocks the Russian society after the revolution.
Placing side by side for a particular effect.
In Anglo-Saxon poetry, a metaphor composed of compound words to replace a more common noun, often hyphenated.
Literary Present Tense
The convention of using the present tense when writing about imaginative literature except when discussing antecedent action.
Long, rambling sentences beginning with subject and predicate followed by many modifiers and subordinate ideas with no particular emphasis.
A short poem expressing an emotion or idea.
Ex- The Road Not Taken, Robert Frost