Underlying message interpretation
The process of identifying and analyzing the deeper meaning or message in a piece of writing.
The ability to comprehend and interpret written material.
The use of subtle and restrained language or actions to convey a message or emotion.
A figure of speech in which a writer intentionally downplays the significance of something.
Unique quirks or mannerisms
Distinctive characteristics or behaviors that make a writer’s work stand out.
Themes that are relevant and relatable across different cultures and time periods.
Syllables in a word that are not emphasized or stressed when spoken.
Use of alliteration in poetry
The repetition of initial consonant sounds in words within a line or stanza.
Use of melodrama
The use of exaggerated emotions and dramatic events in literature or drama.
Use of natural elements such as wind, rain, and moonlight
Incorporating natural elements into writing to create atmosphere and mood.
Use of symbolism in romanticism to convey emotions
The use of symbols to represent emotions in romantic literature.