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tommy midterm

reading mid term

what are the two types of characterization? direct and indirect characterization
people and animals in the story characters
the central message the story expresses theme
five elements of plot are exposition, rising action, , falling action, and resolution climax
a three line japanese poem haiku
describes one thing as something else metaphor
gives human qaulities to a nonliving thing personififcation
uses like or as to compare two unlike things similes
what does rikki-tikki-tavi feel like after he kills korat proud and cocky
something that represents something else symbol
the repetition of constant sounds alliteration
the use of any element in language more than once repetition
poems that are shaped to look like their subjects concrete
poetry that expresses thoughts and feelings lyric
the use of words that imitate sounds onomatopeia
Created by: tp2212