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SAT Subject Test: Literature
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SAT Subject Test: Literature |

1. A message that digresses from the main subject






2. An artistic movement emphasizing the imagination and characterized by incongruous juxtapositions and lack of conscious control






3. The use of elevated language over ordinary language






4. A couplet consisting of two rhymed lines of iambic pentamenter and written in an elevated style






5. Dramatic speech to oneself






6. Humorous imitation






7. The parts before or after a word or statement that influence its meaning






8. Point of view in which the narrator is outside of the story - an observer; can be limited or omniscient






9. A regular pattern of rhyming words in a poem






10. The use of words to convey the opposite of their literal meaning; or - incongruity between what is expected and what actually happens






11. When - where - and the weather in which the story takes place






12. A stanza consisting of two successive lines of verse






13. A short moral story (often with animal characters)






14. A protagonist who is more ordinary than a traditional hero(ine) or one who is somewhat villainous






15. Conjoining contradictory terms






16. Extended narrative about improbable events and extraordinary people in exotic places; often dealing with love






17. The freedom of a poet in writing






18. Unrhymed verse (usually in iambic pentameter)






19. The opposite of exaggeration; less than intended.






20. The different patterns of development or methods of organization that can be used for self-expression - providing information - persuasion - and entertainment






21. Opposition between characters or forces (especially motivating the development of the plot)






22. The main (good) character






23. The choices a writer makes; the combination of distinctive features of a literary work






24. A fixed idea or conception of a character or an idea that does not allow for any individuality; often based on religious/social/racial prejudices






25. A brief - cleverly worded statement that makes a wise observation about life.






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