Index of literature articles

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A[edit]

Accent - Accentual verse - Accentual-syllabic verse - Aesthetic movement - Allegory - Alliteration - Allusion - Ambiguity - Anecdote - Antagonist - Apostrophe - Assonance - Author's purpose - Autobiography

B[edit]

Ballad - Biography - Blank verse - Breve - Broadside - Burlesque

C[edit]

Character - Characterization - Chronological order - Climax - Comedy - Conceit - Concrete poem - Conflict - Connotation - Context - Contrast - Consonance - Couplet

D[edit]

Dead metaphor - Detail - Denouement - Description - Dialect - Dialogue - Diary - Didactic literature - Diphthong - Doggerel - Drama - Dramatic monologue - Dramatic poetry

E[edit]

Elegy - Elision - Emblematic poem - English studies - Epic - Epigram - Epitaph - Epithalamium - Essay - Eulogy - Exaggeration - Excerpt - Existentialism - Exposition - Expressionism - Extended metaphor - Eye rhyme

F[edit]

Fable - Fantasy - Farce - Feminine ending - Fiction - Flash prose - Figurative language - Flashback - Folk tale - Foot - Foreshadowing - Frame story - Free verse

G[edit]

Genre

H[edit]

Haiku - Half rhyme - Hero/heroine - Hubris - Humour - Hyperbole

I[edit]

Ictus - Idiom - Idyll - Imagist - Implicit metaphor - Incomplete metamorphosis - Internal rhyme - Inciting moment - Invocation - Irony

L[edit]

Legend - Light verse - Limerick - Literature - Litotes - Lyric

M[edit]

Macaronic verse - Main character - Masculine ending - Masculine rhyme - Memoir - Metamorphosis - Metaphor - Metaphysical poet - Meter - Metonymy - Minor character - Mock heroic - Moral - myth

N[edit]

Narrative poem - Narrator - Naturalism - Non-fiction - Novel

O[edit]

Octet - Ode - Onomatopoeia - Oral tradition - Oxymoron

P[edit]

Parable - Parody - Pastoral - Pathetic fallacy - Personification - Persuasion - Playwright - Plot - Poetic diction - Poetry - Point of view - Prose - Protagonist

Q[edit]

Quantitative verse - Quatrain

R[edit]

Realism - Refrain - Repetition - Resolution - Rhyme - Rhyme scheme - Rhythm

S[edit]

Sarcasm - Scan (poetry) - Science fiction - Sensory language - Sextet - Short story - Simile - Slash - Socratic irony - Soliloquy - Sonnet - Sprung rhythm - Stage direction - Stanza - Style - Subliterature - Surprise ending - Surrealism - Suspense - Syllabic verse - Symbol - Symbolism - Synecdoche - Synaesthesia

T[edit]

Tall tale - Theater - Theme - Transferred epithet

U[edit]

Understatement

V[edit]

Verse - Villanelle

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