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Key words for GCSE English Literature.

sarcasm Sarcasm is a form of irony used to mock.
imagination Imagination is the ability of the mind to make up fantasies.
imagery Imagery is the use of visually descriptive language.
mood Mood is the atmosphere created by the text.
tone Tone is the general attitude and character of a text.
exaggeration An exaggeration makes something seem bigger than it is.
understatement An understatement makes something seem smaller than it is.
accent An accent is a distinctive way of pronouncing a language.
atmosphere The atmosphere of a piece of writing is the feeling the author creates in it.
event An event is when something happens.
action An action is something that is done.
metaphor An extended metaphor is when an analogy extends across a literary work.
simile A simile involves comparing one thing to something else.
irony Irony is when you say the opposite of what you mean for dramatic or humorous effect.
symbolism Symbolism is when a word, phrase, or image stands for an idea or theme.
rhetoric Rhetoric is the use of language and structure in a text to persuade.
satire Satire is a literary device used to make fun of human vices and follies.
allusion An allusion is an indirect reference to someone or something.

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sarcasm
imagination
imagery
mood
tone
exaggeration
understatement
accent
atmosphere
event
action
metaphor
simile
irony
symbolism
rhetoric
satire
allusion

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