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Didactic
Something that is able to teach something
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Ideology
generally the characteristic manner of thinking assoicated with a class or
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Symbolism
a mode of discourse instead of referring to something directly refers to it indirectly through the medium of something else.
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Assonance
a repition of vowel sounds to create an effect.
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Sibilance
the repeated the 's' sound for a created effect.
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Ceasura
Using poetry to break up the flow of the poem
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Minutiae
Tiny imagery
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Monosyllabic
One syllable words
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Polsyllabic
Multiple syllable words
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Prosaic
Boring, mundane
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Semantic Field
Lots of words with similar meanings
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juxtaposition
The contrast of two concepts
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Quasai
Fake
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Enjambment
When the words run onto each other
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Aestheticism
The doctrine that aesthetic values - judgements about beauty - are the most important in assessing a work of art, and that art is an end in itself and does not require a religious, moral, or didactic purpose
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