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1st quarter Terms

Genre a type of category of literature.
Metaphor a comparison of two things that have some quality in common
Nonfiction writing that tells about real people, places and events.
Personification giving human qualities to an animal, object, or idea(i.e. the tree whispered in the wind)
Simile the comparison of two things that have some quality in common using the words like or as
Symbol a person, place, object or action that stands for something beyond itself.(i.e. the bald eagle is a symbol of the United States)
Tone the writer's attitude toward what they are writing about
Fact a piece of information that can be proven or verified
Opinion a personal point of view
1st person Point of View Literature written as if the author is the main character. The author uses "I" to describe events
Created by: KeelyParis