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Alliteration A noun meaning, an occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words
Antagonist Is an opponent or a person against one another
Author Writer of the book
Character Of a part or role representing a personality type especially emphasizing traits as language mannerism physical makeup
Climax To reach the highest point, as in a story. Culminate
Conflict Difficulties, or fighting going on in the story between two or more characters, or within one characters thoughts
Denouement The final outcome of the main complication of the story. Also called resolution
Dialogue Lines spoken by characters in a play
External Conflict A fight, agreement, disagreement or simply opposition in which two sides are present
Foil A character who contacts with another character in order to highlight particular qualities of, usually, the protagonist
Foreshadowing A warming or a indication of future events
Genre Class or category of a book or play
Imagery Figurative or descriptive language in a literary work
Internal Conflict A struggle, argument fuef that occurs i a person, or group of people
Irony The expression of ones meaning by using language that normally means that opposite for giving effect
Metaphor A comparison of two things without using the words like or as. Basically saying one thing is something else but not literally
Oxymoron A figure of speech by witch locution produces any incongruous
Paradox A self-contadictory such as I always lie
Personification Giving human characteristics to non living things. For example my rock can run to the street and back
Created by: taylorhorn