Definitions for objective correlative
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a situation or chain of events in a literary work that objectifies a particular emotion in such a way as to evoke that emotion in the reader.
Origin of objective correlative:
1919; term introduced by T.S. Eliot
An objective correlative is a literary term referring to a symbolic article used to provide explicit, rather than implicit, access to such traditionally inexplicable concepts as emotion or color.
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