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Content Vocab (Lit)

TermDefinition
mood the overall feeling the story creates for the reader
situational irony when what happens in a story is the opposite of what is expected
vernal irony the use of words to convey a meaning that is opposite of its literal meaning ( sarcasm)
allusion a reference in a literary work to a person, place, or thing in history or from another source
mood the overall feeling the story creates for the reader
situational irony when what happens in a story is the opposite of what is expected
verbal irony the use of words to convey a meaning that is opposite of its literal meaning(sarcasm)
allusion a reference in a literary work to a person, place, or thing in history or from another source
tone the voice a writer uses to create mood in a piece of writing
symbol something that represents something else
inferred theme a theme that is not directly stated in the text
analyze to break apart in order to study a concept more in depth
synthesize to combine different parts or ideas in order to come up with a new idea or theory
infer using observation and background knowledge to reach a logical conclusiom
textual evidence verifiable proof that is taken directly from the text to support an answer
Created by: Groetkens