58. IMPLICATION: The conclusion that can be drawn from something, although it is not explicitly stated.
59. INCONGRUITY: The deliberate joining of opposites or of elements that are not appropriate to each other.
60. INFERENCE: A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning
61. IRONY: The expression of one's meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or emphatic effect.
62. INTERIOR MONOLOGUE: A piece of writing expressing a character's inner thoughts.
63. INVERSION: words out of order for emphasis
64. JUXTAPOSITION: the act of positioning close together (or side by side); "it is the result of the juxtaposition of contrasting colors"
65. LYRIC: a poem having musical form and quality.
66.MAGICAL REALISM: A genre developed in Latin America with juxtaposes the everyday with with the marvelous or magical
67. METAPHOR: An analogy that compare two different things imaginatively
68. EXTENDED: A metaphor that is extended or developed as far as the writer wants it to go.
69. CONTROLLING: A metaphor that runs throughout the piece of work.
70. MIXED: A metaphor that is ineffectively blends two or more analogies.
71. METONYMY: The substitution of the name of an attribute or adjunct for that of the thing meant, for example suit for business executive.
72. MODE OF DISCOURSE: Arguments(persuasion) , narration, description, and exposition
73. MODERNISM: A style or movement in the arts that aims to break with classical and traditional forms
74. MONOLOGUE: A long speech by one actor in a play or movie, or as part of a theatrical or broadcast program.
75. MOOD: the predominating atmosphere evoked by a literary piece.
76. MOTIF: A recurring feature in a piece of literature,
78. NARRATIVE: A story or description of events.
79. NARRATOR: One who narrates or tells a story.
80. NATURALISM: Extreme form of relism
81. NOVELETTE/ NOVELLA : A short story
82. OMNISCIENT POINT OF VIEW: knowing all things, usually the third person