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Novel THIS is a long story that is fictional (made-up) and is book-length.
Onomatopoeia THIS is forming words that imitate the sound of the objects they name, the sounds they make, or actions they refer to.
Oxymoron THIS is two words in a phrase that seem in conflict with each other.
Parable THIS is a short moral story often with animal characters.
Paradox THIS is a statement or proposition that seems to contradict itself, but is often true.
Paraphrase THIS is when you reword a selected passage of text in YOUR own words while keeping the basic meaning the same.
Personification THIS is a figure of speech in which animals, plants, ideas or inanimate objects are given human characteristics.
Play THIS is a story written to be performed in front of an audience.
Plot THIS is the sequence of related events that make up a story.
Poem/Poetry THIS is the type of literature in which ideas and feelings are expressed in compact, imaginative, and often musical language.
Poetic Meter THIS is the basic rhythmic structure of a verse. The arrangement of the syllables in a line makes a particular sound pattern, or beat.
Point of View THIS is the perspective from which the story is told.
Prediction THIS is an inference or guess made about the future.
Created by: ryokas