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Short story unit

puphus short story unit

defray pay the cost of something
manifold many and varied
dissolute unrestrained
morose sad, gloomy
convulsed violent spasm
imperturbably unexcitedly
reverie daydream
tangible able to be touched
elements parts of
elements of literature plot, character, setting, theme
elements of plot exposition, inciting incident, rising action, climax, falling action, denouement or resolutions
situational irony when the opposite of what you expect to happen - happens
point of view the perspective from which a story is told -
foreshadowing hints in the story that point to events that haven't happened yet
idiom a statement whose meaning(figurative) can not be understood from the literal meaning of the words
mood the way the reader feels (ME) when reading a story
tone the text - words - the author uses to create the imagery and mood
imagery descriptions and figurative language that appeals to the five senses
omniscient narrator the narrator of the story is all knowing and can tell every characters thoughts and feelings
Created by: puphus