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-meter (in poetry): systematic arrangement of stressed/unstressed syllables.
-foot (in poetry): one stressed and one or more unstressed syllables.
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-parable: story that teaches moral lesson.
-ambiguity (in literature): uncertain meaning in a story by using a symbol with Different interpretations.
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-the FIVE elements of gothic literature: bleak/remote settings, macabre/violent Incidents, characters in psychological/physical torment, supernatural elements, Strong language/dangerous meanings.
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-figures of speech: language used imaginatively, but not literally.
-synecdoche: the use of a part of something to stand for the whole.
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-difference between exact rhyme and slant rhyme: two/more words with identical Sounds (exact) versus two/more words with similar sounds (slant).
-paradox: statement that seems contradictory but actually presents the truth.

a)            the five Features of American romanticism: individualism, imagination, emotion, nature, Distant settings.
B)            the four characteristics of American romanticism: People were naturally benevolent, mind was a tabula rasa At birth, corrupted by institutions that sought to dehumanize individual, and People worth highlighting are those closest to nature.
C)            noble savage: a man born in An "uncivilized"context, yet pure at heart and faithful to the true and Honest cause of his people.
D)            realism: "the faithful Representation of reality" or "verisimilitude," realism is a Literary technique practiced by many schools of writing.
E)            naturalism: constituted a Variation of the realism themes, although authors aligned their creativity with Scientific and rational views of the world.
F)             modernism: is the artistic Movement in which the artist's self-consciousness about questions of form and Structure.
G)            the four aspects of Modernism: dramatization of the plight of women, creation of a literature of The urban experience, continuation of the pastoral or rural spirit, Continuation of regionalism and local color.

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Efface: If I could efface all of my sad memories, I would be a very happy Person.
Eloquence: His sermons were not remarkable for eloquence, but a certain Solidity and balance of judgment.
Pensive: We were pensive as we tried to figure out what was occurring.
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Pathos: His fervor and dramatic action held them spell-hound, and his homely Pathos soon broke down all barriers of resistance.
Obstinacy: The heroic obstinacy of the defense was equal to the perseverance of The attack.
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Munificent : Akbar was a munificent patron of literature.
Specious : This argument is rather specious than logical.
Sentience : Without one, she had existed in a state of sentience without Feeling, a world of permanent grey.

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Munificent : generous                                   dilapidated : preserved
Specious : false                                              expedient : reluctant
Sentience : indifference                                 magnanimity : cruelty
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inarticulate : speechless                                 surmised : always knew
Inscrutable : incomprehensible                      interposed : removed
Prescient : visionary                                       TB Page 478:
maledictions : damnation                              deference : disrespect
TB page 364:                                                dictum : informal rule
aversion : preference                                     apprised : misinformed
Absolve : condemn                                        TB Page 506: 
Decorum : shame                                          aggregation : separation

                                                                                    disdainfully : respectfully

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