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lit terms

Ignored paid no attention to
resumed begin again
deceive make someone believe something that is not true
transformation change
ignorant not knowing facts
quest a long search
adequate enough
strategy set of plans
compelled forced
improvising making up
twine strong string
acquainted familiar
reassuring having the effect
contraption device or machine
formidable impressive
epidemic outbreak of a contagious
flushed drove from hiding
evidently clearly
intersection a place where two road met
pondered thought about deeply
venerable worthy of respect
millennium a period of a thousand years
character a made up person or animal
conflict opposition between or among different forces
dialogue a conversation between characters
fiction tells about imaginary characters and events
first person told by a character who uses the word I
Historical context political and social events in a story
narrative a story
narrator a speaker
nonfiction writing that presents and explains the idea
plot the sequence of events
point of view perspective
setting time and place
theme central message
third person he and she characters
types of nonfiction bios essays
types of fiction novels short stories
Created by: annacrosby