- critique —— written evaluation of a literary or artistic effort
Critique consists in the evaluation of works of literature or art (works, short stories, poems, etc.). In other words, it is the written evaluation of a literary or artistic effort
- trite ———- no longer fresh or original; overused
Trite means that which has no originality, has no value, is common. Trite is something trivial, unimportant, it is anything to which no value is given.
- recapitulate ——– review, restate, summarize
It means reviewing and summarize down to key topics or what is essential; compendiar, restate, synthesize.
- narrator——— person who tells a story
The narrator is the entity that tells a story. He is one of three people in a story, the others being the author and the reader / spectator.
- colloquial —– informal, conversational
DescriptionThe colloquial language, informal or popular is a language used in everyday life in which it does not require the total attention of the grammar, so that there is more fluency in oral communication.
- extricate —– to set free, release, disentangle
To extricate means to free oneself (of what obstructs or annoys, of untimely person etc. In other words, it means to liberate, to release, to unravel.
- intrigue ——— a secret or underhanded plot or scheme
If one or more people organize a secret plan to get some benefit, it means they are making an intrigue. In this way it can be concluded that intrigue is a secret or concealed plot or scheme.
- depression ——– low spirits, gloominess, sadness
Depression is a chronic and recurrent psychiatric illness that produces mood swings characterized by deep sadness and a strong sense of hopelessness.
- consistent —— in agreement, holding to the same principles or practice
The idea of consistency, in turn, is related to the concept of agreement, maintaining the same principles or practice
- fable ——- a short moral tale, usually traditional
The fable is a short narrative, in prose or verse, with animal characters who act like human beings, and that illustrates a moral precept.