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superfluous Being exessive
poignant effecting the emotions of someone or something
accord to agree
ludicrous crazy
fatalistic the acceptance of fate.
dejected disheartened
saboteur on who stabs on in the back
communal used or shared by everyone in your group
clandestine the act of being secretive
reconciliatory the tendency to accept something not desired
subjective pertaining to look at the personality of a person
estrangement to be hostile
jocular to joke
ardent passionate
mood the feeling of the person reading
tone the feeling the author gives
internal conflict the fighting between the emotions in the character.
external conflict the conflict outside the character
foreshadowing To give hints about the plot later in the story at the begining.
imagery to use vivid words to describe something
hyperbole to exagerate
metaphor to compare something without using like or as
simile to compare something using like or as
character traits the pesonality or physical objects of a person
character motivation what causes the character to take action.
simple 1 independent
compound 2 independent
complex 1 independent 1 or more dependent
compoud-complex 2 or more independent 1 or more dependent
Created by: 062515