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English Literature11 07 20 1 Protagonist the chief character in the novel now almost synonymous with hero or heroine who may be locked in a struggle.
with the antagonist Antagonist the opponent of the protagonist the chief character in the novel where twofigures are engaged in a struggle with each11 07 20 2.
Circumlocution words and descriptionswhich take roundabout ways of approachingor hinting at a subject rather than addressingit directly either for comic or ironic effect orto avoid embarrassing topics .
Caricature a grotesque or ludicrousrendering of a character achieved by theexaggeration of personality traits 11 07 20 3 Centre of consciousness technique of telling.
the story wholly or chiefly from the point ofview of one individual though the narrative isstill third person Omniscient narrator the narrator of a storywho knows in a godlike way every detail of.
the characters lives motives intentions desires thoughts actions 11 07 20 4 Theme the abstract subject of a literarywork its central idea or ideas .
Motif a topic raised at several points in aliterary work of lesser significance than atheme Dancing walking reading letter writing clothes and food all serve as motifs in Pride and Prejudice Characters are.
distinguished from each other by theirattitudes to such interests or activities 11 07 20 5 Aphorism a generally accepted truth orprinciple expressed in a short and pithy.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that asingle man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife 11 07 20 6 Authorial intervention a moment in a.
narrative when the narrator talks directly tothe reader Implied reader every text contains featureswhich hint at or imply the kind of reader atwhich it is aimed These features may be to.
do with subject matter tone of voice assumptions as to shared interests knowledge 11 07 20 7 Irony saying one thing while you mean another.
Parody an imitation of a specific work ofliterature or literary style or genre devised soas to ridicule its characteristic features A good example is Mr Collins s letter Satire literature which exhibits or examines.
vice and folly and makes them appearridiculous or contemptible 11 07 20 8 Foreshadow the capacity of a narrative tohint at future events .
Epistolary novel a novel in which the story istold entirely through letters sent by thoseparticipating or observing events Note Pride and Prejudice is not anepistolary novel but it does contain many.
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completely free site and requires no registration Pleasevisit and I hope it will help in your teaching Dancing, walking, reading, letter-writing, clothes and food all serve as motifs in ‘Pride and Prejudice’. Characters are distinguished from each other by their attitudes to such interests or activities. * * Aphorism - a generally accepted truth or principle expressed in a short and pithy sentence. It is a truth universally acknowledged ...

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