Tag Archive for literary terms
This is a rather unique Literary term article, as it will make use of two terms rather than one. The reason is that both borrow from the same source but then divide from there. Rather than repeating information again, I will simply discuss both in this article.
Today we are tacking Basking in Reflected Glory (BIRG) and Cutting Off Reflected Failure (CORF).
When I originally did this article, I had given a great deal of research to this. Since that time, I have learned more as a writer and expand this article further.
Here’s a word we often hear. But do you know what it means? Most people would say something really bad, and they’d be right, but like most definitions, there is more to it than that. It has another meaning rich with history and today we will explore that to help us understand what a catastrophe is when we write, and how it can be both a positive and negative thing.
Anti-climax is a great words that describes a great plot device that, like a magic trick, you have to be careful in its execution. A poor execution can lead to a lot of angry viewers.
Welcome to the relaunch of my literary terms. For the past few years I’ve been doing the A to Z Challenge and my topic of choice was New Age Literary Terms. While I will not be doing Literary terms for the A2ZChallenge in the future, I will be continuing the terms individually, starting with the posting of old terms.
One complaint I get during my A to Z Challenge is the length of my articles. I’ll admit they are quite long, and there are many blogs people want to visit and mine takes a bit of time to get through. I do apologize for that, but since last year, a number of my AtoZ article have been viewed throughout the year, so while I do this for AtoZ, I also do it for others visiting my site in the future.
Today we have Jungian Psychology.
I’ve been getting good responses to my challenge this year, very much like last year. This makes me very glad that others enjoy this stuff as much as I do. Last year was a lot of fun to do and this year is proving to be quite the challenge. By that rate, next year will be a monster of epic proportions… unless I do something else.
Today we have Illusion of Control.
It was this time last year when I realized doing just standard Literary terms was a mistake, especially two at once. I had to be clever and utilize other words from other sources that I believed should be Literary Terms. That decision inspired the success for my A to Z Campaign and kept with the spirit I set out to do with this blog. To educate writers.
Today we have Group Attribution Error.
It is now a new week of A to Z Challenge. Last week was quite informative, offering us new insights into the world and how to apply that to our writing. Well, that was only the beginning. This week will give you a new way to think about everything.
Today we discuss 3 terms that are very very close to each other. Ego, Id, and Super-Ego. So, strap your thinking caps on and keep your hands inside the cart at all times.
Day 4 of the A to Z Challenge and we have had some really great words. Especially yesterday with a post so jammed pack with information. I promise today won’t be quite so big, but still have good information for the writers out there.
Today we look at Diffusion of Responsibility. This is a rather sad phenomenon that many might be aware of, but not to the extent featured today. The only thing I say is in response to this article, is if you see someone in danger, do something, even if it is calling the police.