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Hersey Vocab Odyssey

Odyssey General Vocab

advice a suggestion about how to do something
author writer
author's purpose a special reason an author has for writing a story or book
conflict a battle or struggle; the opposition of two forces or ideas
conversation talking; an oral exchange of ideas between two or more people
dialogue words that characters in a story say to each other
effect the direct result of a cause
epilogue a short section at the end of a story; it often takes plae well after the main events
motive a reason for doing something
passage a line or several lines from a story or book
plot the events that take place in a story
point of view the viewpoint from which a story is told; the mental attitude that determines a person's opinions or judgments
prologue the part of the story that comes before the main action; an introduction
sequence the order in which something happens
setting the place and time of a story or event
simile a comparison using the word like or as
symbol something that stands for something else
Created by: tobiashersey