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what is, "theme". the literary term for the main idea of a piece of writing
what are "classic themes in literature." coming of age, love, people and nature, people and society, alienation
what is, "tone". the author's attitude toward the reader, places , events, or characters. some examples are: happy, ironic, angry, affectionate
what are three (3) examples of tone in literature. happy, ironic, angry, affectionate
What is another way of saying " the central point" or "idea" of a passage? main idea
How does the author support the main idea? the author supports this with details-the answer to the 5Wsand H: who?, what? where? when? why? and how?
what is, "plot" the action of a story; it depends on setting and sequence of events
what is, "setting" the time and place of a story
what is "conflict"? a struggle within a plot between opposing forces
what is , "resolution"? a solution to a conflict; the falling action after the climax of the plot
Created by: msmarcoccio