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CPETSISST

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What does the C in CPETSISST stand for? Characterization
What does the P in CPETSISST stand for? Point of view
What does the E in CPETSISST stand for? Event
What do the T's in CPETSISST stand for? Tone and Theme
What do all three S's stand for in CPETSISST stand for? Structure, Setting and Symbol
What does the I in CPETSISST stand for? Irony
What are the three types of Irony? Verbal, Dramatic, Situational
Verbal Irony difference between what is said and what is meant
Dramatic Irony difference between what the character thinks and what the reader knows
Situational Irony contrast between what actually happens and what was supposed to happen
Created by: starkm