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Imagery THIS is the use of words and phrases that appeal to the five senses.
Irony THIS is a contrast between what is expected and what actually exists or happens.
Legend THIS is a type of folk tale. It is told as if it is true, but it is not true.
Literal Statement THESE are the exact meanings of words or text-meant to be understood word for word.
Literary Device THIS is a technique that produces a specific effect. Often it is a form of figurative language such as metaphor, alliteration, or hyperbole.
Memoir THIS is a story of a memory that is close to your heart. It might be one event stretched out, or many tiny events.
Metaphor THIS is a comparison of two things that are not usually thought of as alike.
Meter THIS helps create the sound and rhythm in poems and other literature.
Mood THIS is the strongest feeling that a literary work conveys to readers. Also known as the atmosphere.
Moral THIS is the lesson that a story teaches about right and wrong behavior.
Mystery THIS is a story in which there is a problem or puzzle to solve with clues, suspects, and often an amateur detective.
Myth THESE are stories that were created long ago, but people of various cultures, serving to explain some aspects of the world such as creation of the earth and universe.
Narrative THIS is the telling of a plot or story.
Narrator THIS is the person who tells a story.
Created by: ryokas