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LOTR Lit Terms BK 1

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the leading character or one of the major characters in a drama, movie, novel, or other fictional text protagonist
the explanation of the sitiuation in which the characters are involved and a presentation of the problem to be solved exposition
the sequence of events in a literary work. the plot
main idea or idesas expressed by the work theme
the feeling that a scene creates in a reader atmosphere
a literary device whereby an author give a clue to future events foreshadowing
a word picture that a author paints imagery
a poetic comparison using "like or as" simile
a wise saying condensed into a few words aphroism
a re-occuring phrase, object, or image leit-motif
an element of a story or poem that has a second meaning hidden behind the obivous one allegory
a mystery or puzzle enigma
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