- Epistolary: e·pis·to·lar·y: contained in or carried on by letters: an epistolary friendship.
- Misogynist: mi·sog·y·nist: a person who hates, dislikes, mistrusts, or mistreats women.
- Coterie: co·te·rie 1. a group of people who associate closely. an exclusive group; clique.
- Patronage: the financial support or business provided to a store, hotel, or the like, by customers, clients, or paying guests.
- Anthology: a book or other collection of selected writings by various authors, usually in the same literary form, ofthe same period, or on the same subject: an anthology of Elizabethan drama; an anthology of modernphilosophy.
- Whimsical: given to whimsy or fanciful notions; capricious: a pixyish, whimsical fellow.
- Ironic: using words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of its literal meaning; containing or exemplifyingirony: an ironic novel; an ironic remark.
- Judgemental: the opinion formed: He regretted his hasty judgment.
- Prose: the ordinary form of spoken or written language, without metrical structure, as distinguished frompoetry or verse.
to cause (a person) to accept or be resigned to something not desired: He was reconciled to his fate.2.to win over to friendliness; cause to become amicable: to reconcile hostile persons.3.to compose or settle (a quarrel, dispute, etc.).4.to bring into agreement or harmony; make compatible or consistent: to reconcile differing statements; to reconcile accounts.Myopic: lacking tolerance or understanding; narrow-minded.
- Insularity: detached; standing alone; isolated. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of islanders.
- Correlative: so related that each implies or complements the other.
- Subversively: Subvert: to overthrow (something established or existing).Chagrin:
- Magisterial: of, pertaining to, or befitting a master; authoritative; weighty; of importance or consequence: amagisterial pronouncement by the director of the board.
Eulogize: to praise highly.
- Intellectuals: possessing or showing intellect or mental capacity, especially to a high degree: an intellectual person.
Innovative: to introduce something new; make changes in anything established.
- Veracity: habitual observance of truth in speech or statement; truthfulness: He was not noted for his veracity.
- Idiom: a distinct style or character, in music, art, etc.: the idiom of Bach.
- Didactic: intended for instruction; instructive: didactic poetry.
- Polemic: a controversial argument, as one against some opinion, doctrine, etc.
Decadence: the act or process of falling into an inferior condition or state; deterioration; decay: Some historians holdthat the fall of Rome can be attributed to internal decadence.
- Proverbial: of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a proverb: proverbial brevity.
- Protagonist: he leading character, hero, or heroine of a drama or other literary work.
- Idiosyncratic: pertaining to the nature of idiosyncrasy, or something peculiar to an individual: The best minds are idiosyncraticand unpredictable as they follow the course of scientific discovery.
- Genre: a class or category of artistic endeavor having a particular form, content, technique, or the like: thegenre of epic poetry; the genre of symphonic music.
- Poetry: the art of rhythmical composition, written or spoken, for exciting pleasure by beautiful, imaginative, orelevated thoughts.
- Extraneous: introduced or coming from without; not belonging or proper to a thing; external; foreign: extraneoussubstances in our water.
- Poem: a composition in verse, especially one that is characterized by a highly developed artistic form and bythe use of heightened language and rhythm to express an intensely imaginative interpretation of thesubject.Persona:
- Author: a person who writes a novel, poem, essay, etc.; the composer of a literary work, as distinguished froma compiler, translator, editor, or copyist.
- Bullshit: nonsense, lies, or exaggeration.(used especially to express disagreement.)