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use of the words on staar

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Epic poetry Lengthy narrative poem.
Bandwagon appeal the belief that something should be done because the majority of people do it (or wish to do it).
Italicized print in italics
Sensory  language Sensory language is when the author uses words and details that appeal to a reader's senses
Logical  Fallacy "logical" fallacy is a mistake in reasoning
Flashback in literature and dramatic media, an interjected scene that takes the narrative back in time from the current point
Stage  directions Stage directions are directions given to the actor(s) by the director
Character  Motivation In a novel or play character motivation is concerned with explaining (in the work of literature itself) why the character act in the way they do
Lyrical  Poetry Lyric poetry is a genre of poetry that expresses personal and emotional feelings
Main Idea The main idea is the most important thing the paragraph says about the topic
assumption a proposition that is taken for granted
Inference Is the act or process of deriving logical conclusions from premises known or assumed to be true
Claim a statement which is either true or false
Dialoge is a literary and theatrical form consisting of a written or spoken conversational exchange between two or more people
climax is the point in the story where the main character's point of view changes
Created by: alsobroo_844098