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Key words for GCSE English Literature.

red A red herring is a misleading clue within a text.
herring A red herring is a misleading clue within a text.
blank Blank verse is verse without any rhyme.
verse Blank verse is verse without any rhyme.
oxymoron An oxymoron is a figure of speech which uses two contradictory terms.
anticlimax An anticlimax is the disappointing release of tension at the end of a narrative.
conflict Conflict is the struggle between two opposing forces.
exposition Exposition sets up the world and history of the story.
rising Rising action builds tension in a narrative.
action Rising action builds tension in a narrative.
climax The climax is the point of highest tension in a story.
falling Falling action in when tension subsides as the story's threads are tied together.
resolution The resolution is the point at which the main problem is solved.
paradox A paradox is a situation that seems illogical but turns out to be true.
foil A foil is a character that contrasts with another character.
allusion An allusion is an indirect reference to someone or something.

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red
herring
blank
verse
oxymoron
anticlimax
conflict
exposition
rising
action
climax
falling
resolution
paradox
foil
allusion

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