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point of view refers to the method of narrating a short story, novel, narrative poem, or work of nonfiction. Point of view is usually either first person or third person
narrator is the character or voice from whose point of view events are told
foreshadowing is a writer’s use of hints or clues to indicate events and situations that will occur later in a plot.
theme the main idea in a work of literature
setting the time and place of action of a story.
characterization to the methods that a writer uses to develop characters.
indirect characterization: we learn about a character by his/her actions, speech or what other characters say about that person (character chart)
direct characterization: the author states directly what a character is like.
symbol a person, a place, an activity, or an object that stands for something beyond itself
tone: the attitude a writer takes toward a subject
allusion is an indirect reference to another literary work or to a famous person, place, or event.
metaphor compares two things that are basically unalike, but have something in common (extended metaphor)- compares two things at some length and in several ways.
personification: is a figure of speech in which human qyalities are attributed to an object, animal, or idea.
speaker in the poem is the voice that talks to the reader, similar to the narrator in fiction.
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