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Alliteration The repitition of initial consonant sounds in words in a sentence.
Antagonist Principal character in opposition to the protagonist. Somtimes no a person but an obstacle such as a force of nature, society or inner conflict.
Antonym The opposite of another word
Author's purpose Why did the author write the story? to entertain to inform or to teach a life lesson.
Autobiography A story about the writers life.
Biography A story by someones life by another person.
Cause And Effect A cause in the story that causes another thing to happen.
Characterization The way the writer makes the characters do somthing and controll thier thoughts.
Climax The moment the action in the story is at itshighest piont in the story.
Compare And Contrast When two things are bieng compared by simularities and differences.
Created by: 2014WagShaD