The body of written works produced in Japan, including poetry, prose, and drama.
A form of poetry that includes haiku, tanka, and other traditional forms.
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Characters who use humor and wit to entertain or distract from serious situations.
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Journey to find treasure or lost loved one
A plot device where the protagonist embarks on a quest to find something valuable or important.
The placement of two contrasting ideas or images side by side for effect.
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Juxtaposition of images
The placement of two contrasting images side by side to create a powerful effect in writing.