A lliteration. When an author or poet chooses to have a few words in a row start with the same consonant sound for effect . EX: w hen the Same Sound Starts Several words in a row . EX: Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers . Antagonist.
I thinkthat I shallneversee
A poemlovely as a tree
Let us go then, you and I
When the eveningisspread out against the sky
Like a patient etherizedupon a table,
The only type of INTERNAL CONFLICT is a Person vs. Self conflict.
There are threekinds of irony:
1. DRAMATIC IRONY: the audience knowswhat’sgoing on, but the character(s) don’t
EX: Mybrother’s a pig.
All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and womenmerelyplayers
(William Shakespeare, As You Like It, II, 7)
A narrative poemis a poemthat tells a story. It has a beginning, a plot, characters, etc.
The narrator in the story is the five-year-old. The authoris Mrs. Cousar. They are different!!
Wordsthatsoundlikewhatthey are. Usually, these are wordsthatrepresentsounds.
EX: creak, sproing, eek, bark, crash, etc.
EX: The sunsmiled down on us on the first day of spring.
The leavesdanced in the wind
To the swinging and the ringing Of the bells, bells, bells - Of the bells, bells, bells, bells, Bells, bells, bells - To the rhyming and the chiming of the bells!
Edgar Allan Poe— ’The Bells’
EX: Now on land and seadescending (A)
Brings the night itspeaceprofound (B)
Let ourvesperhymnbeblending (A)
With the holycalmaround. (B)
The rhymeschemehereis ABAB.
You oftendon’tlearnmuch more about the characterthanthese few words. Can youpictureeach one of these?
« You have to sacrifice to win » No, I don’t!
There are five registers