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Ila terms.

Ila project for miss. Doughrty's 5/6 class

A reason that explains a character's thoughts, feelings, actions, or speech Motivation(Motives)
The sequence of events in a literary work Plot
The perspective from which the story is told. THREE- first person, omniscient third, limited third Point of view
The main character in literature Protagonist
Anything that stands for or represents something else Symbol
Writing or speech that appeals to one or more of the five senses Sensory language
A central message, concern, idea, or purpose. Usually expressed as a generalization, or general statement, about people or life Theme
A break in the action that leaves the reader "hanging" on. Usuaally used to create suspense Cliffhanger
The time and place of the action which includes; historical period- past, present, or future-year,seasonn,time of day and wheather-country, region, community, building, home, etc. Setting
The author's attitude or feeling toward a subject. Tone
Point of view
Sensory language
Created by: Clive S