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Scene A place where something occurs or a setting in a story.
Secondary Source A piece of info that is passed along to others by one who didn't witness an event
Tale A story, either real or fiction, that is told.
Thesis Paper An explanation of the topic or purpose of a research paper.
Word Play Jokes and witty remarks ( includes puns and figurative language).
Allusion Passing reference or indirect mention.
Appendix Supplementary material that is collected and appended at the back of a book.
Characterization. The act of describing distinctive characteristics or essential features.
Contrast The act of distinguishing by comparing differences.
Extended Metaphor A comparison between two unlike things that continues throughout a series of sentences in a paragraph or lines in a poem.
Guide Word A word printed at the top of a page indicating the first or last word entry on that page.
Homonym Same pronunciation but different meanings and spelling.
Homograph Words with the same spelling but different meanings.
Homophone A letter or group of letters having the same sound as another
Oxymoron Conjoining contradictory terms.
Created by: Jolker