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Explore With Us
  • Create a header using the circles title: The Mystical Library of Atlantis (I think that's what was wanted)
  • Define the circles goals and break down the main ponts
  • Generate table for Devices and Themes
  • Create Sidebar featuring ships logo and links to wiki pages containing the Theme/Device and Month/Year (Love & Hate/Haiku/May15) or similar
  • Place recruiting link in a good spot

A possible way to link definitions to the devices one tabled- Accumulation
Literary Devices-- Accumulation Ad Hominem Adynaton Allegory Alliteration Allusion Ambiguity Anachronism Anacoluthon Anadiplosis Anagram Analogy Anapest Anaphora Anecdote Antagonist Antanaclasis Anthropomorphism Anti-Climax Anti-Hero Antimetabole Antiphrasis Antistrophe Antithesis Aphorism Aphorismus Aporia Aposiopesis Apostrophe Archaism Archetype Argument Assonance Asyndeton Ballad Bathos Bildungsroman Blank Verse Cacophony Cadence Caricature Catachresis Catharsis Characterization Chiasmus Circumlocution Claim Cliché Cliffhanger Climax Colloquialism Comparison Conceit Concession Conflict Connotation Consonance Couplet Denotation Denouement Deus Ex Machina Dialect Diction Didacticism Discourse Doppelganger Double Entendre Dysphemism Elegy Elision Ellipsis End-Stopped Line Enjambment Epigraph Epilogue Epiphany Epiphora Epistrophe Epithet Epizeuxis Eristic Ethos Euphemism Euphony Evidence Exemplum Exposition Extended Metaphor Fable Fallacy Flash Forward Flashback Foil Foreshadowing Free Verse Haiku Half Rhyme Hamartia Homograph Homophone Hubris Hyperbaton Hyperbole Hypophora Hypotaxis Iamb Idiom Imagery Induction Inference Innuendo Internal Rhyme Invective Inversion Irony Isocolon Jargon Juxtaposition Kenning Kinesthesia Line Break Litotes Logos Malapropism Meiosis Metalepsis Metaphor Metonymy Mood Motif Narrative Nemesis Non Sequitur Onomatopoeia Oxymoron Palindrome Paradox Paralipsis Parallelism Paraprosdokian Parataxis Parody Paronomasia Parrhesia Pastiche Pathetic Fallacy Pathos Pentameter Periphrasis Persona Personification Pleonasm Plot Poetic Justice Point of View Polyptoton Polysyndeton Portmanteau Prologue Prose Prosthesis Protagonist Pun Red Herring Reductio Ad Absurdum Refutation Repetition Rhetoric Rhetorical Question Rhyme Rhythm Sarcasm Satire Self Fulfilling Prophecy Sesquipedalian Sibilance Simile Slang Snark Solecism Soliloquy Sonnet Stanza Stream of Consciousness Style Superlative Syllogism Symbolism Syncope Synecdoche Synesis Synesthesia Syntax Tautology Theme Thesis Tmesis Tone Tragedy Tragicomedy Tragic Flaw Transition Trimeter Truism Understatement Utopia Verisimilitude Verse Villanelle Zeugma Zoomorphism

Themes: Beauty of simplicity Capitalism – effect on the individual Change of power - necessity Change versus tradition Chaos and order Character – destruction, building up Circle of life Coming of age Communication – verbal and nonverbal Companionship as salvation Convention and rebellion Dangers of ignorance Darkness and light Death – inevitable or tragedy Desire to escape Destruction of beauty Disillusionment and dreams Displacement Empowerment Emptiness of attaining false dream Everlasting love Evils of racism Facing darkness Facing reality Fading beauty Faith versus doubt Family – blessing or curse Fate and free will Fear of failure Female roles Fulfillment Good versus bad Greed as downfall Growing up – pain or pleasure Hazards of passing judgment Heartbreak of betrayal Heroism – real and perceived Hierarchy in nature Identity crisis Illusion of power Immortality Individual versus society Inner versus outer strength Injustice Isolation Isolationism - hazards Knowledge versus ignorance Loneliness as destructive force Losing hope Loss of innocence Lost honor Lost love Love and sacrifice Man against nature Manipulation Materialism as downfall Motherhood Names – power and significance Nationalism – complications Nature as beauty Necessity of work Oppression of women Optimism – power or folly Overcoming – fear, weakness, vice Patriotism – positive side or complications Power and corruption Power of silence Power of tradition Power of wealth Power of words Pride and downfall Progress – real or illusion Quest for discovery Quest for power Rebirth Reunion Role of men Role of Religion – virtue or hypocrisy Role of women Self – inner and outer Self-awareness Self-preservation Self-reliance Social mobility Technology in society – good or bad Temporary nature of physical beauty Temptation and destruction Totalitarianism Vanity as downfall Vulnerability of the meek Vulnerability of the strong War – glory, necessity, pain, tragedy Will to survive Wisdom of experience Working class struggles Youth and beauty