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Mr.Patterson Flash Cards- 1st Quarter 1.1

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imagery words and phrases that appeal to the readers' five senses
setting the time and place in a story; where was it, what did it look like etc
ancedote a short account of an interesting, amusing, or biographical event
mood the atmosphere or feeling conveyed in a piece of literature
nonfiction writing that tells about real people, places and events
3rd Person Omniscient point of view when the author writes the story as a narrator who knows the thoughts and feelings of all of the characters. The author refers to all characters as he, she, or it.
Metaphor A comparison of two things that have some quality in common. (The room was a pig sty. The room was messy and is being compared to the living quarters of a pig.)
Simile The comparison of two things that have some quality in common using the words like or as. ( He was as tall as a mountain.)
1st Person Point of View Literature written as if the author is the main characters. Uses "I" to describe events.
2nd Person Point of View When the author treats the reader as the main character. Other characters refer to the reader as "you" ( when mom tells you a story you don't remember)
3rd Person Limited When the author writes the story as a narrator who only knows the thoughts and feelings of the main character. The author refers to all characters as he, she, or it.
Created by: momohicks