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English 7 Irony

Eng07 Sem 1 Mod 2 Irony

TermDefinition
plot what happens in a story; the sequence of events
allusion reference to a familiar literary or historical person or event
character a person or an animal in a work of fiction
chronological order organizational pattern in which details are arranged in the order they occur
climax the point of highest action in a story; the turning point
complicating incident an important early event that signals that the action is about to start
conflict a clash or struggle between people
consequent following as a result
denouement the final part of a play
dialogue a conversation between characters
exposition the beginning of a story where the setting
falling action the part of the plot where issues are resolved and questions are answered
fiction a story that is the product of imagination rather than a documentation of fact
fictional narrative term often used for short story
first-person point of view narration of a story by one of the characters
imagery language that creates a mental picture by appealing to the senses
irony the effect of language in which the intended meaning is the opposite of what is stated; or the effect of a situation in which the opposite of what one would have thought is actually what occurs
mood the emotions or feelings that are conveyed in a literary work
point of view the perspective from which a story is told
narrative a form of spoken or written communication that tells a nonfiction or fiction story; in public speaking
purpose the reason for writing
rising action a series of events that builds interest or suspense
second-person point of view addressing a piece of writing directly to the audience
sensory detail descriptive detail that appeals to any of the senses—sight
setting where and when a literary work takes place
suspense excitement and uncertainty about what will happen
theme the main message that an author wants to communicate to a reader
third-person point of view narration of a story by an objective outside observer of the action
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