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writing that includes poems plays short stories scripts and novels literary
when the narrator observes the action and events of the story third person point of view
he, she,him,her,they, and them (narrator does not refer to himself) third person pronouns
a character who is usually the bad guy antagoinst
a character who is usually the good guy protagonist
fully developed personalltiy showing many sides and perhaps unpredictable behavior round character
experieences a dramtic change in attitude or personality at some point dynamic character
a phrase or expression associated with a specific people or culture idiom
oral or written storytelling that may have some truth but focuss on exaggerated physical strength and courage legend
oral or written storytelling that may involve supernatural beings myth
oral or storytelling that may involve moral or lesson fable
giving human qualities to inanimate objects personification
descriptive language using sensory words to paint a picture in the reader's mind imagery
a comparison between two things using the word like or the as simile
a comparison between two things(nouns) metaphor
stands for or represents a person, place, thing, or idea symbol
an exaggeratiion or overstatement hyperbole
poetry without a set meter or rhyme fee verse
poetry with a set meter or rhyme verse
a group of consecutive lines in a poem stanza
a poem of 14 lines with length and rhymes that follow one of serval patterns sonnet
a simple song or poem that usally tells a story ballad
the reapting of inital consonant sounds in words in a line of writing alliteration
the use of a word whose sound suggests its meaning onomatopoeia
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