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Lit Elements/Devices

ESL English 9 literary elements and/or devices for Animal Farm unit

a story in which people, things and happenings have a hidden or symbolic meaning allegory
a person in a story who opposes or competes with the main character; adversary; opponent antagonist
disagreement or opposition; as of interests or ideas of characters in a play or story conflict
type or kind of literature or film genre
a figure of speech in which a word or phrase normally used for one thing is applied to another metaphor
a promotion of ideas, doctrines or practices to further a person's own cause OR to damage an opposing one propaganda
the main character in the story protagonist
the use of sarcasm, ridicule or irony to expose, attack or deride vices, follies, etc. satire
figure of speech in which one thing is likened to another using the words "like" or "as" simile
Created by: ehouse71