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First published over fifty years ago, A GLOSSARY OF LITERARY TERMS remains an essential resource for all serious students of by: First published inA Glossary of Literary Terms contains succinct essays on the terms used in discussing literature, literary history, and literary criticism.
This text is an indispensable reference for students. Read more Read less click to open popoverReviews: First published fifty years ago, A GLOSSARY OF LITERARY TERMS remains an essential text for all serious students of literature/5(10). Very, very useful as a glossary of literary terms, as the book is named.
The next time I read this, it shall be for the purpose of looking up a term or reference, as a dictionary ought to be used. I regard this as a treasure chest of interesting trivia and other information.4/5. A glossary of literary terms by M.H Abraham is VERY helpful to read this book gives all proper knowledge and clears all doubts which ever we have in literature and linguistics.
this book is useful to all literature Students/5(). SEVENT H EDITIO N. There was a problem loading this page. Retrying There was a problem previewing this document. Retrying Connect more apps Try one of. Antithesis literally means “opposite” – it is usually the opposite of a statement, concept, or idea.
In literary analysis, an antithesis is a pair of statements or images in which the one reverses the other. The pair is written with similar grammatical structures to show more contrast. A glossary of literary terms with a definition. You can click on the term for a full explanation and quiz.
In literary studies, this combination of words with rough or unharmonious sounds are used for a noisy or jarring poetic effect. Cacophony is considered the opposite of euphony which is the use of beautiful, melodious-sounding words. First published fifty years ago, A GLOSSARY OF LITERARY TERMS remains an essential text for all serious students of literature.
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by Abrams, M H, Harpham, Geoffrey Galt (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible :// Glossary of Common Literary Terms Allegory: an allegory is a narrative in which the characters often stand for abstract concepts. An allegory generally teaches a lesson by means of an interesting story.
Alliteration: the repetition at close intervals of consonant sounds for a purpose. For example: wailing in the winter wind. Allusion Term A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data The Routledge dictionary of literary terms / [edited by] Peter Childs and Roger Fowler.
‘Based on A Dictionary of Modern Critical Terms, edited by Roger Fowler.’ Rev. of: A dictionary of modern critical ://.