Romeo and Juliet Act 1

tragedy a drama that ends in catastrophe for the main characters is known as a
protagonist the central character of a drama is known as the
fatal flaw the tragic hero usually fails or dies because of a
antagonist a force that works against the protagonist
character foil a character whose personality and attitude contrast sharply with those of another character is called a
soliloquy a speech given by a character alone on stage is called a
aside a humorous scene or speech intended to lighten the mood is known as
dramatic irony the term used to describe a situation in a play in which the audience knows more than the character is called
comic relief a humorous scene or speech intended to lighten the mood is known as
pun any clever use of the double meanings or matching sounds of words
blank verse unrhymed verse in which each line has 5 stressed syllables, each one usually preceded by an unstressed syllable

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