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Action Ad Hominem Adage Adventure Allegory Alliteration Allusion Alter Ego Ambiguity Amplification Anachronism Anagram Analogy Anaphora Anecdote Antagonist Anthimeria Anthropomorphism Antithesis Antonomasia Aphorism Aphorismus Apologia Apologue Aporia Aposiopesis Appositive Archaism Archetype Argument Assonance Asyndeton Autobiography Bathos Burlesque Buzzword Cacophony Caesura Catharsis Character Chiasmus Chronicle Circumlocution Cliché Cliffhanger Climax Coherence Comedy Connotation Consonance Contrast Conundrum Denotation… Read More Literary Terms

Anecdote, the term comes from the Greek phrase ἀνέκδοτα

COLLECTED AND EXPLAINED Some jungle people are extremely gifted in all the ways necessary to ensure their continued survival in the jungle: they know the usefulness and location of all important plants in their area; they understand the behavior of local animals and how to catch and avoid them; and they can walk into the jungle… Read More Anecdote, the term comes from the Greek phrase ἀνέκδοτα