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literary terms

terms for literary art laby

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setting place, time, and circumstance in which something occurs.
1st person POV is when a pewrsong is talking about them using I
personification attribute of personal qualities
foreshadowing to represent indicate, or typify beforehand (clues to predicet future)
dynamic character a character that expresses lots of energy. (undergoes change)
allusion the act of maiking an inderect reference t something.
climax highest point in the story.
conflict where characters don't get along
theme a subject or topic of discurse (moral)
setting place, time, and circumstance in which something occurs.
1st person POV is when a pewrsong is talking about them using I
personification attribute of personal qualities
foreshadowing to represent indicate, or typify beforehand (clues to predicet future)
dynamic character a character that expresses lots of energy. (undergoes change)
allusion the act of maiking an inderect reference t something.
climax highest point in the story.
conflict where characters don't get along
theme a subject or topic of discurse (moral)
plot the plan or main story, sequence of events
charcterization deveolpment of character
metaphor figure of speech comparrison not using like or as
similie caomparison using like or as
dramatice irony when a cahracter doesn't know what's going on
omniscent possessed of universal or complete knowlege
staic aracter does not change
style a particulalr manner or technique by which somehting is done
symbol something that represents something else
irony something that happens (what is said is not what is ment)
nemesis enemy, opponent who is difficult to overcome
protagonist "he good guy"
antagonist "the bad guy"
plot the plan or main story, sequence of events
charcterization deveolpment of character
metaphor figure of speech comparrison not using like or as
similie caomparison using like or as
dramatice irony when a cahracter doesn't know what's going on
omniscent possessed of universal or complete knowlege
staic character does not change
style a particulalr manner or technique by which somehting is done
symbol something that represents something else
irony something that happens (what is said is not what is ment)
nemesis enemy, opponent who is difficult to overcome
protagonist "he good guy"
antagonist "the bad guy"
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