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lit term3

lit terms 3

QuestionAnswer
exposition explains the background or makes conflict clear
falling action the action that take place after the climax and resolves the conflict
first person point of veiw told from the prespective of one character in the story
flashback when sequence is interupted and a caracter story goea back to an eirlier point in time
foreshadoing the use of clues that sagest events yet to come
genre a french word meaning form or type literary genres are novel essay poetry
hyperbole exageration
onomatopoeia imatate sounds like POW!
imagery words to describe sights sounds movements
irony when something is diffrent than it is spouse to be or thought to be
metaphore compairson of something asing like or as
simile comparison not using like or as
Created by: tylerelliott1