The Type or category of literature. (main genres are fiction, nonfiction, poetry, drama)
A literary work's structure or organization
Poetry without regular patterns of rhyme and rhythm
Poems are written in lines within a poem
Because most poems are meant to be read aloud, poets choose and arrange words to create sounds that appeal to the listener
The Repetition of sounds that at the end of words.
The use of words whose sound suggests their meaning
The Repetition of a sound or letter at the beginning of words
Words and phrases that appeal to the reader's senses
A comparison of two things that have some qualities in common. DOESNT USE LIKE OR AS
A comparison of two things that have some qualities in common. USES LIKE OR AS
When a port describes an animal or object as if it were human or had human qualities
The voice that talks to the reader like the narrator in a work of fiction
A descriptive expression that means something different than the combination of words that make it up.
Used to create fresh and original descriptions.