a series of words that start with the same sound
a series of words that end with the same sound
the study of the roots of words
a way of figuring out what a word means by examining the word's situation
the organization of rhymes in a poem/song, which can be described in a code like AABB or ABCA
words that create a vivid mental picture
a near rhyme, not perfect (like time and fine)
a term for the freedom an artist has to play with/break the rules of their art form
two lines of verse that rhyme. Shakespeare ended his sonnets with these.
a recurring idea or image in a story
the period of cultural renewal in Europe after the Middle Ages
the system which allows men to have all the power in society
a hint about the future in a story
two very different things, next to each other, to emphasize their differences
the main idea about life that lies under a story.
an introduction in which the actors would explain the story about to be presented - with spoilers - and a plea to pay attention
a 14 line poem with 3 verses of 4 lines each, and one rhyming couplet at the end
the boxes that comics are arranged in, separated by "gutters"
the idea that consumption (shopping) is inherently good
a story about a bleak future for humanity, usually based in a corrupted "utopia"