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PCS English10F

To Kill a Mockingbird Literary Elements

Characterization the act of creating and developing a character
Direct Characterization the author states a character's trait
Indirect Characterization we read the words/thoughts/actions of a character; we read descriptions of a character's appearance
Flashback a section of a literary work that interrupts the chronological presentation of events to relate an event from an early time
Allusion a reference to a well known person, place, event, literary work or work of art
Simile a direct comparison between two subjects using either "like" or "as"
Narrator person who tells the story
Irony a situation that ends up differently than one would have expected
Central Idea what the text is mainly about; a message the author is trying to convey
Hyperbole extremely exaggeration
Metaphor comparison when author states that one thing is another thing
Created by: Ms.Sala