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lit terms oct.

fluent speak easily
bigots prejudiced person
emulate copy someone
dejectedly sadly
permanent lasting forever
porridge soft food made of cereal
refugee person who flees later
resilient spring back into place
tumultuously noisily
vital extremely
stackening easing
Figturative languge phrases used by and author to make their writing more interesting
metaphor not using like or as comparing 2 nouns that are not alike
simile using like or as comparing 2 nouns that are not alike
alliteration the repetition of the same letter good grapes
onomatopeia when a word sounds like a word its describing
personification a thing doing a human action
hyperbole an extreme exaggeration
idiom a phrase or expression whose meaning does not mean
imagery description which is appealing to the senses
character a person or animal that takes part in the action of a lit. work
conflict a struggle between opposing forces
dialogue conversation between characters
fiction prose writing that tells about imaginary characters and events
first person point of view of a character in the story
historical context actual political and social events and trends in time
narrative a story, fiction or non fiction
narrator speaker who tells the story
nonfiction real life writing
plot sequence of events
point of veiw perspective fro which the story is told
setting time and place of the action
theme the central message in the lit. work
third person point of view of a narrator outside of the story
Created by: juliah



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