Having excessive pride
The spiritual or mental part of humanity
Obvious intentional exaggeration
Narrative chapters that are interspaced with the general chapters of a narrative, novel, etc.
The use of words to convey a meaning that is opposite of its literal meaning
Two or more ideas, places, or characters, where their actions are placed side by side in a narrative or poem for the purpose of developing comparisons and contrasts
The point at which two lines of text are split; the end of a line
Language that describes something as it actually is
1925-1965, American Muslim minister and human rights activist, viewpoint different from MLK
Martin Luther King Jr.
1929-1968, American Baptist minister and leader in African American civil rights movement
Contemporary American poet, writes about nature, wrote “Summer Day”
A historical account or biography written from personal knowledge or social sources