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definitionlit. element
giving human traits to a non-living thing
different opinions between different characters (opposition of forces)
an idea, concept, or object that is repeated throughout a story
the literal meaning of a word instead of the ideas or feelings it suggests
events that make up the story
a character that stays the same throughout the story (usually a background character) (synonym=static)
all the words in a phrase start with the same letter or sound
the part of the story where the problem of the story is resloved
an extreme exaggeration to make a point
a character's characteristics are revealed indirectly through their actions, words, etc.
using visually descriptive adjectives/words to explain something
the main focus(es) for a piece of writting
repeating a phrase or adjectives in a sentence
an indirect reference to something
it's when the outcome was different from what was planned
something (can be a thing or a person) which is trying to stop the protagonist from reaching his or her goal
when the audience or reader knows something the character doesn't
an adjective describing a person that is put right before the person's name
the author's word choice
definitionlit. element
part of the story that gives important background knowledge to the reader
usually the main character in the story who is trying to achieve something
comparing 2 unlike things using the words like or as
a thing that stands for something else
using adjectives to describe a character (directly describes a character)
comparing 2 unlike things without using the words like or as
the events that occur after the climax but before the resolution
when something can't possibly happen
when the protagonist makes a decision or does an action that changes the story
a character that changes (synonym=dynamic character)
when a person says or writes something but it means something else
the idea or feeling a word brings in addition to its literal and primary meaning
using things like humor, irony, or exaggeration to critisize people
the events that lead to the climax of a story
the attitude of the speaker or character
angle from which the story is told (ex: 1st, 3rd limited, 3rd omniscient)
exploiting the different possible meanings of a word or using words that sound the same but mean different things
the arrangement of words or phrases to create good sentence(s)
patterns of behavior and belief in all humans' lives (patterns in literature)

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