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The Tragedy of Julius Caesar – LITERARY TERMS CHART (ACT I)
TERM
foreshadowing
DEFINITION
CITATION
Clues and hints to events that
might happen later in the story.
(I.ii.63-65)
metaphor
A figure of speech comparing
two ideas but without using like
or as.
(I.ii.66-68)
simile
A figure of speech using like or
as to compare seemingly unlike
items.
(I.ii.135-136)
alliteration
Repetition of sounds, most
often consonant sounds, at the
beginning of words.
(I.iii.82)
personification
blank verse
soliloquy
irony (dramatic)
sarcasm
A figure of speech in which an
animal, object, force of nature,
or idea is given human qualities
or characteristics.
Lines of dramatic verse that do
not rhyme and which are
written in iambic pentameter;
usually more formal speech.
An action in drama where a
character talks to oneself to reveal
to the audience his or her private
thoughts and emotions.
The audience knows the outcome
of a situation, but the character(s)
does(do) not. The outcome of the
situation is different from what is
expected.
A form of verbal irony that
says one thing but means
another; used to insult, scoff at,
or scorn.
(I.iii.5-7)
(I.ii.79-80)
(I.ii.303-317)
(I-V)
(I.ii.246-248)
WHO SAID IT +
EXAMPLE/QUOTE
PAGES 778-797
WHAT IT MEANS (PARAPHRASE)
OR WHAT IT REFERS TO