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Simile THIS is the comparison of two unlike things using "like" or "as".
Stanza THIS is one of the divisions of a poem, composed of two or more lines.
Suspense THIS is a feeling of growing tension and excitement. Writers create this by raising questions in readers' minds about what might happen.
Symbols/Symbolism THIS is using something specific to stand for something else, especially an idea, emotion, or abstract principle. They are concrete objects that represent an idea, emotion, belief, or any other kind of abstraction.
Synecdoche THIS is a figure of speech in which a part is substituted for the whole or the whole is substituted for a part.
Tall Tale Exaggeration is the major element in THIS. THESE are about a larger-than-life character.
Theme THIS is a broad idea, moral, or message, of an essay, paragraph, movie, or a book.
Third Person Point of View THIS is when the storyteller (narrator) is not a character in the story. The author uses the pronouns "he", "she", and "they".
Third Person Omniscient Point of View THIS occurs when the narrator knows all of what is done, said, felt, and thought by all the characters.
Tone THIS is the writer's attitude or feeling toward the subject, characters, or audience.
Created by: ryokas