Tragic flaw: aspect of the hero that is the cause of the hero’s downfall What is Odysseus’s tragic flaw? What is Boxer’s tragic flaw? Voldemort’s tragic.

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Slide 1 Tragic flaw: aspect of the hero that is the cause of the heros downfall What is Odysseuss tragic flaw? What is Boxers tragic flaw? Voldemorts tragic flaw? Slide 2 hyperbole: extreme exaggeration Cool Ranch Doritos are the worlds perfect food! Justin Bieber is the greatest singer in the history of the world! Slide 3 Situational irony: difference between what one expects (based on appearances) and what actually happens Water, water everywhere, But not a drop to drink. Romeo: For I ne'er saw true beauty till this night. Who is he talking about? Why is this ironic? Slide 4 Foreshadowing: hints, in a story about dramatic events that will come later Romeos dream in Act I, Scene V: I fear too early, for my mind misgives Some consequence yet hanging in the stars Shall bitterly begin his fearful date With this nights revels, and expire the term Of a despisd life closed in my breast By some vile forfeit of untimely death. Slide 5 Dramatic irony: when the audience knows something the characters dont How is the prologue of Romeo and Juliet an example of dramatic irony? Slide 6 Monologue: a long speech by a character, but it is intended to be heard by the other character(s). What are some examples of monologues? Slide 7 Onomatopoeia: sound words Slide 8 Soliloquy: a long speech by a character alone onstage. usually explores one of the play's major themes Romeos speech upon seeing Juliet, Act 1, Scene V Romeos speech in the balcony scene, Act 2, Scene II Slide 9 Personification: giving human qualities to non- human things Slide 10 paradox: a statement that appears to be contradictory, but which actually makes sense Sometimes, even when you lose, you win. Evil hides most effectively behind a beautiful face.

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