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Key words for GCSE English Literature.

allegory An allegory is a narrative that has a hidden meaning or moral.
symbolic A symbolic character is when a character represents something within the story.
character A symbolic character is when a character represents something within the story.
pathetic Pathetic fallacy is when a writer gives human feelings to something non-human in order to create an effect.
fallacy Pathetic fallacy is when a writer gives human feelings to something non-human in order to create an effect.
anthropomorphism Anthropomorphism is the attribution of human traits to non-human entities.
oxymoron An oxymoron is a figure of speech which uses two contradictory terms.
parable A parable is a story use to teach a moral lesson.
diction Diction is the style of enunciation in speech or singing.
connotation A connotation is a commonly understood association of a word or phrase.
denotation The denotation is the main meaning of a word.
euphemism A euphemism is a word or sentence used in place of one that might be considered offensive.
figurative Figurative language has a symbolic meaning as well as a literal meaning.
language Figurative language has a symbolic meaning as well as a literal meaning.
realism Realism seeks to portray real life on stage.
ambiguity Ambiguity is when the meaning is unclear.

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allegory
symbolic
character
pathetic
fallacy
anthropomorphism
oxymoron
parable
diction
connotation
denotation
euphemism
figurative
language
realism
ambiguity

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