Literary Devices. Gil Briseno. Climax. Definition: The moment in a play, novel, short story, or narrative poem in which the crisis comes to a point of greatest intensity and is often resolved.
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Definition: Mocking, contemptuous, or ironic language intended to ridicule, insult, or convey scorn.
When sarcasm is written instead of spoken, the reader must be able to tell from the context as there is no intonation to rely upon.
From the Greek noun “sarkasmo”s,, meant "a sneering or hurtful remark."
Function: Used simply for ridicule or for humiliation.