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Literature Analysis

lit analysis

TermDefinition
Poetry is a special type of writing that use words to create strong feeling, image, or message through meaning, sound, and rhythm.
o Lines - rows of text
stanzas goups of lines
Rhythm pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables within a line
Meter the beat of a line
Rhyme The words that have the same ending
Repetition repeating of words to emphasize or unify a poem
Alliteration repetition of a constant sound
Simile Comparision that uses the words likr or as
Metaphor Comparision tha tdoes not use the words like or as
Allusion reference to a person, place, even tor work of literatures
Personification giving human qualities ot nonhuman things
Point of view the speaker or who is telling the story
Theme teh message the story wants to share
Character people who are withign a story
setting the time and place of a story
plot how the story event are placed together
first person use of pronouns i and my when the narrarater is telling the story
third person use of the pronous he or she
Created by: Cjblount08