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literary terms 5

literary terms

QuestionAnswer
personification giving human qualities to non living things
assonance repetition of a vowel sound
metaphor a comparison that doesnt use like or as
hyperbole an exageration
onomatopoeia a sound
tone an authors feeling about a subject
autobiography a story that someone writes about themselves
mood the feeling an audience gets while reading a story
plot the events that happen in a story
characterization the way an author characterizes someone
epiphany a revealing scene or moment
conflict the opposition of persons or forces that gives a rise to the story or drama
dialect a variety of language used by the members of a group
dialogue a conversation by two or more people
flashback an interruption of chronilogical order by interjection of events of earlier occurence
foreshadowing to represent or see things before hand
Created by: aml16