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  • 1. Literary Terms
  • 2. Alliteration
    • Uh-lit-uh- rey -shuhn
    • The repetition of beginning consonant sounds in words that are close together.
  • 3.
    • Carolina crushes charging cougars!
  • 4. Allusion
    • A reference to something in another work of literature, the Bible or history.
  • 5. You’ll Be the Scarecrow
    • One day i'll have to fly To the next great unknown One day i'll be out of here Back on my own And when i come around for my goodbyes You'll be the scarecrow You'll be the scarecrow The one i adore The one i'll carry with me Forevermore
  • 6. Analogy
    • The Comparison of two things to show that they are alike in certain respects
  • 7. Psalm 1
    • Blessed is the man
    • Who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked
    • Or stand in the way of sinners
    • Or sit in the seat of mockers.
    • But his delight is in the law of the Lord,
    • And on his law he meditates day and night.
  • 8.
    • He is like a tree planted by streams of water,
    • Which yields its fruit in season
    • And whose leaf does not wither.
    • Whatever he does prospers.
    • Not so the wicked!
    • They are like chaff
    • That the wind blows away.
  • 9. Antagonist
    • Character who
    • OPPOSES
    • the protagonist or the
    • MAIN
    • character
  • 10. Roadrunner & Wylie Coyote
  • 11. Tom and Jerry
  • 12. Tweetie Bird and Sylvester
  • 13. Archetype
    • A model or pattern
    • from which
    • copies
    • can be
    • made
  • 14.
    • The Hero
    • The Villain
    • The Star-Crossed Lovers
  • 15. Hero
  • 16. Villain
  • 17. Star-Crossed Lovers