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Reading Vocab

Analysis Analysis a detailed examanation of literary elements
anataginist anataginist one who opposes the protaginist in the story
audience audience the spectators or listeners assembled at a performence
authors purpose authors purpose authors write for a reason: to pursaude entertain inform or describe
conflict conflict a state of open often prolounged fighting, battle or war
inference inference the act or process of drawing conclusions from factual knowlage or evidence
controlling idea controlling idea Is an Idea that makes the reader ask and take a stance on the topic
metaphor metaphor a figure of speech that compare two things
mood mood gereral feeling or atmosphere created by the author
organization organization it is the structure of writing
perpective perpective a view, a way of regurding sentences facts and judging
protaginist protaginist main charecter in a drama or literary work
persuasion persuasion a strongy held opinion
summerize summerize a condensed version of the text
simile simile a figure of speech in which two things are compared using like or as
textual evidence textual evidence evidence used to gain argument
tone tone speaker or narrators attitude
theme theme the moral message or idea of a lterary work
first person point of view first person point of view when the narrator is a charecter in the story
third person point of view third person point of view when the narrator is not a charecter in a story
Created by: G1110568
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