A traditional Japanese poem consisting of three lines with a 5-7-5 syllable pattern.
The conclusion of a story in which the characters achieve a positive outcome.
The sequence of chords used in a musical composition to create a sense of movement and progression.
The industry that provides medical care and services.
The study of interpretation, especially of texts.
The path a hero takes to achieve their goal.
The main character in a story who displays heroic qualities and actions.
Traits of courage, strength, and selflessness in a protagonist.
Narrative structure of a hero’s quest for self-discovery and growth.
Meanings that are not immediately apparent or obvious.
A message that is not immediately apparent, often requiring interpretation or decoding.
The act of emphasizing or drawing attention to certain aspects of a story.
The social, cultural, and political conditions that existed during a particular historical period.
Historical events or figures
Significant events or people from the past.
Study of language change over time.
The time and place in which a story is set, often in the past.
The importance of a person, event, or idea in history, often used as inspiration for writing.
The study of past events and their significance.
Paying tribute or respect to a person or idea through writing.
A catchy or memorable phrase used to grab the reader’s attention and draw them into a piece of writing.
A genre of fiction that aims to scare or unsettle the reader.
Excessive pride or arrogance.
Excessive pride or arrogance that leads to a character’s downfall in literature.
Human Attributes Description
A detailed explanation of the physical or personality traits of a human.
Feelings experienced by humans, such as joy, sadness, anger, and fear.
Characteristics or traits that resemble those of a human being.
The inherent characteristics and behaviors of humans.
The quality of being amusing or comical.
Humorous criticism form
A form of criticism that uses humor to make a point or critique.
Using humor to undermine or contradict a serious or important statement or situation.
A poetic form that uses repetition and a regular meter, often used in religious or spiritual writing.
The promotion of something to an exaggerated level, often through social media and advertising.
Exaggerated language used for emphasis or effect.
Hyperbole exaggeration for effect
The use of exaggerated language for emphasis or effect.