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Dramatic Irony: A device in which a character holds a position or has an expectation reversed or fulfilled in a way that the character did not expect but that the ...

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A pun is a play on words in which a word or phrase has a double meaning. "My naked weapon is out" (1.1, 32). Click again to see term. Tap again to see term ...

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a play on words, often achieved through the use of words with similar sounds but different meanings. Click again to see term. Tap again to see term.

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You are responsible for not only knowing the following terms, but you must be able to identify examples of each from the play. A dramatic device is a convention  ...

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According to Aristotle, the end of tragedy is the purgation of emotions through pity and terror. 4. Dramatic irony: the words or acts of a character may carry a ...

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Aristotle's Six Elements of Drama: Plot - The Story of the play. Character - Any person ... Exposition- A Literary Device used to introduce background information .

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Download and print 51 drama terms appropriate for primary students (PDF format ): ... literary devices: word patterns or combinations used to elicit a certain ...

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Directions: Review the definitions of the following literary terms, which will be ... Act—a main division of a drama (Shakespeare's plays consist of five acts subdivided into ... Rhetoric—the art of persuasion; may include such devices as parallel ...

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Hamartia is an ancient Greek theatre term meaning the error, frailty, mistaken judgment or misstep through which the fortunes of the hero of a tragedy are ...

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