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      • LITERARY
      • TERMS
    • ASSONANCE
      • The repetition of similar
      • vowel sounds
      • followed by different
      • consonant s ounds
      • in words that are close
      • together
    • EXAMPLE
      • FEET
      • SWEEP
    • BALLAD
      • A SONGLIKE
      • POEM
      • THAT TELLS
      • A STORY
      • THE BALLAD
      • OF
      • JED CLAMPETT
      •  
      • Come and listen to a story 'bout a man named Jed Poor mountaineer barely kept his family fed Then one day he was shooting for some food, And up through the ground come a bubbling crude (Oil that is, black gold, Texas tea)  
      • Well the first thing you know old Jed's a millionaire Kin folk said Jed move away from there Said California is the place you oughta be So they loaded up the truck and they moved to Beverly (Hills that is, swimming pools, movie stars)
      • Well now it's time to say goodbye to Jed and all his kin They would like to thank you folks for kindly dropping in You're all invited back again to this locality To have a heaping helping of their hospitality (Beverly Hillbillies, that's what they call 'em now, Nice folks Y'all come back now, ya hear?)
      • BIOGRAPHY
      • The account of a person’s life written by another person.
    • The Gospel of Matthew
    • Blank Verse
      • Poetry written in unrhymed iambic pentameter
    • Say What?
      • Shakespeare is famous for iambic pentameter.
    • Oh Really? That makes it crystal clear!
      • Unrhymed – lines do not rhyme
      • Iambic Pentameter – a rhythm pattern
      • Iambic – a metric foot with an
      • unstressed & a stressed syllable
      • daDUM
      • Pentameter – five metric feet per line
    • It Looks Something Like This
      • But Soft! / What light / through yon / der win / dow breaks.
      • 5 feet
      • Each foot has a stressed & unstressed syllable
      • Total of 10 syllables
    • Character
      • An individual in a story
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