mythological archetype color archetype hallucination the innocent earth mother outcast betrayal/self-betrayal persona self animus other archetypes minor character archetypes major character archetypes difference between archetypes and archetypal image introduction language in literature literature through language literature via language representation of psychology in literature connective link literature language psychology stream of consciousness descriptive psychology aristotle's concept regarding plot dramatic unities aristortle's concern freytag pyramid complication and denouement peripety and anagnorisis fatal and fortunate plots organic unity of plot the magnitude of plot the construction of plot poet as a maker of plot not story importance of plot tragic plot-its constituent parts ideal tragic hero hamartia intermediate sort of person who can be an ideal tragic poet no place of two types of characters main features aristotle's theory of imitation artistic imitation: a process of ordering and arra manner of imitation object of imitation medium of poetic imitation poetry linked with music new dimensions difference from plato's concept of imitation literary criticism m h abram's model of criticism types of criticism objective and subjective criticism 3 fundamental parts definitions general introduction types of poetry sonnet elegy and ode epic and mock epic musical devices refrain rhyming scheme rhyme (or rime) assonance consonance alliteration concepts related to rhythm and meter scansion fre verse blank verse the stanza different names of the line the line types of foot the foot poetic devices irony allegory symbol apostrophe transferred epithet pathetic fallacy personification metaphor simile
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