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1 Character A character is a perboy or an animal that takes part in the action of a literary work-related.

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2 Antagonist The Antagonist is a character or pressure in dispute via a major character, or protagonist. The Antagonist is a character or force in conflict through a primary character, or protagonist.

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3 Protagonist The Protagonist is the primary character in a literary work-related The Protagonist is the primary character in a literary occupational Can you name some famed Protagonists that are found in literature? Can you name some well known Protagonists that are found in literature?

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4 Diction Diction is the manner in which we express words; the wording provided. Diction is the manner in which we express words; the wording used. Diction = enunciation Diction = enunciation Some easy examples are: Some straightforward examples are: Don’t say ‘goin’ – say ‘going’, Don’t say ‘wanna’ – say ‘desire to’ Don’t say ‘goin’ – say ‘going’, Don’t say ‘wanna’ – say ‘desire to’

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5 Denotation The denotation of a word is its dictionary meaning, independent of various other associations that the word might have actually.

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6 Connotation The connotation of a word is the collection of concepts connected through it in enhancement to its explicit interpretation. The connotation of a word have the right to be personal, based on individual experiences. More regularly, social connotations – those recognizable by most world in a group – determine a writer’s word selections.

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7 Imagery Imagery is words or phrases that appeal to one or more of the 5 senses. Writers usage imagery to define how their topics look, sound, feel, taste, and also smell.

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8 MOOD Mood, or environment, is the feeling created in the reader by a literary work-related or passage. Writer’s use many gadgets to produce mood, consisting of imeras, dialogue, setting, and also plot. Often, a writer creates a mood at the start of a job-related and then sustains the mood throughout. Sometimes, yet, the mood of the job-related changes considerably.

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9 Plot Plot is the sequence of events. The initially event reasons the second, the second causes the third, and so forth. In many novels, dramas, short stories, and also narrative poems, the plot involves both personalities and a central problem. The plot generally starts through an explace that introduces the establishing, the personalities, and also the standard situation. This is presented and also developed. The conflict then boosts till it reaches a high allude of interemainder or suspense, the climax. The climax is adhered to by the falling activity, or end, of the main dispute. Any events that occur throughout the falling action consist of the resolution.

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10 PLOTLINE Exposition Resolution Rising Action Climax Falling Action Conflict Introduced

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11 Exposition The Explace is the introduction. It is the component of the occupational that introduces the characters, setting, and also fundamental instance.

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12 Rising Action Rising Action is the component of the plot that starts to happen as shortly as the conflict is introduced. The increasing action adds complications to the dispute and also rises reader interemainder.

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13 Climax The Climax is the suggest of greatest emotional intensity, interest, or suspense in the plot of a narrative. The climax frequently comes at the turning allude in a story or drama.

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14 Falling Action Falling Action is the action that typically adheres to the orgasm and reveals its results.

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15 Resolution The Resolution is the component of the plot that concludes the falling activity by revealing or suggesting the outcome of the conflict.

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16 Conflict Conflict is the struggle in between opposing forces in a story or play. Tright here are 2 kinds of problem that exist in literature.

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17 Flashago A flashback is a literary device in which an previously episode, conversation, or event is inserted into the sequence of events. Often flashbacks are presented as a memory of the narrator or of another character.

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18 Foreshadowing Foreshadowing is the author’s use of clues to hint at what might occur later in the story. Writers use foreshadowing to build their readers’ expectations and to produce suspense. This is provided to assist readers prepare for what is to come.

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19 Suspense Suspense is the prospering interemainder and excitement readers experience while awaiting a orgasm or resolution in a occupational of literature. It is a feeling of anxious uncertainty around the outcome of events. Writers develop suspense by raising inquiries in the minds of their readers.

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20 Point of View Point of View is the perspective, or vantage point, from which a story is told. It is the partnership of the narrator to the story.

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21 First-person is told by a character that supplies the first-perchild pronoun “I”. First-perchild is told by a character who provides the first-perkid pronoun “I”. Third-perchild limited suggest of watch is the allude of check out where the narrator uses third-perboy pronouns such as “he” and also “she” to refer to the personalities. Third-perchild restricted point of check out is the point of see wbelow the narrator uses third-perkid pronouns such as “he” and “she” to refer to the characters. Third perboy omniscient is an approach of storytelling in which the narrator knows the thoughts and also feelings of every one of the characters in the story, as opposed to third perkid limited, which adheres carefully to one character"s perspective. Third person omniscient is an approach of storytelling in which the narrator knows the thoughts and also feelings of every one of the characters in the story, as opposed to third perkid limited, which adheres closely to one character"s perspective.

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22 Setting The setting of a literary work is the time and place of the action. The setting consists of all the details of a location and also time – the year, the time of day, even the weather. The area may be a particular nation, state, area, neighborhood, area, structure, college, or residence. Details such as dialect, garments, customs, and also modes of transport are regularly offered to develop establishing. In most stories, the setting serves as a backdrop – a context in which the characters communicate. The setting of a story often helps to create a specific mood, or feeling.

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23 Layout Format is the distinctive way in which an author supplies language. Word choice, phrasing, sentence length, tone, dialogue, function, and also attitude towards the audience and subject deserve to all contribute to an author’s writing style.

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24 Theme The design template of a literary occupational is its main message, issue, or purpose. A design template have the right to normally be expressed as a generalization, or basic statement, about civilization or life. The template may be proclaimed straight by the writer although it is even more regularly presented instraight. When the template is declared indirectly, the reader must number out the design template by looking closely at what the work reveals about the civilization or around life.

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25 Tone Tone is a reflection of a writer’s or speaker’s perspective toward a topic of a poem, story, or other literary work-related. Tone might be connected via words and also details that expush specific emotions and that evoke and emotional response from the reader. For instance, word alternative or phrasing might seem to convey respect, anger, lightheartedness, or sarcasm.

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26 Figures of Speech A number of speech is a particular device or kind of figurative language, such as hyperbole, metaphor, personification, simile, or understatement. Figurative language is supplied for descriptive effect, regularly to suggest principles instraight. It is not expected to be taken literally. Figurative language is provided to state ideas in vivid and imaginative ways.

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27 Metaphor A Metaphor is a form of speech that compares or translates 2 or more things that have actually somepoint in common. A metaphor does NOT usage choose or as. Example: Life is a bowl of cherries.

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28 Simile A Simile is one more figure of speech that compares seemingly unchoose points. Simile’s DO usage the words choose or as. Example: Her voice was prefer nails on a chalkboard.

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29 Oxymoron An Oxymoron is a number of speech that is a mix of seemingly contradictory words. Examples:Same difference Pretty ugly Roaring silence

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30 Personification Personification is a figure of speech in which an pet, object, pressure of nature, or concept is provided humale characteristics or qualities. Example:Tears started to fall from the dark clouds.

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31 Alliteration Alliteration is the repetition of sounds, most frequently consonant sounds, at the start of words.

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Alliteration provides focus to words. Example: Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers

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