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English Literature Test 3

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Language where literary or poetic techniques and devices, such as metaphors and similes, are used to produce a meaning beyond the literal surface meaning.
The name given by historical linguists to The diverse forms of the English language in use between the late 11th century and about 1470
The assembly of two or more ideas, characters, actions, settings, phrases, or words side-by-side or in similar narrative moments for the purpose of comparison, contrast, rhetorical effect, suspense, or character development
Award for Science fiction works
A phrase used poetically instead of the regular word for a noun.
A unit or foot of poetry that is made up of a lightly stressed syllable followed by a heavily stressed syllable. ‘Inscribe’ and ‘restore’ are examples of words which naturally follow this pattern
Electronic literature which makes provision for reader reaction through the use of hypertext links
Refers to an inscription carved on a gravestone
A crude and sometimes bitter satire that ridicules the appearance or personality of a person
A period of European history that begins around the 5th century and ends around the 16th century

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