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Word list: GCSE English Literature: Poetry 1

poet A poet is someone who writes poems.
stanza A stanza is a grouping of two or more lines in a poem and provides order and an expectation of closure.
punctuation Punctuation marks are used in writing for clarity.
voice The voice refers to the characteristic speech of the narrator.
line A line is a unit of poetry.
speaker The speaker is the narrator of a poem.
regular A poem can have regular features like a pattern.
irregular A poem can be irregular and not follow a pattern.
monostich A monostich is a poem consisting of a single line.
foot A foot is the combination of stressed and unstressed syllables.
rhyme Rhyme is the repetition of similar sounds in a poem.
mood Mood is the atmosphere created by the text.
pace Pace is the perceived speed of a poem.
structure The structure of a poem is the way it is arranged and presented.
syntax Syntax is the arrangement of words and phrases.

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