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Literary Terms

              Y                             C       S      
              M                             L       Y      
              B                             I       N      
            C O N F L I C T           O     M       O      
              L         O     E   D E N O T A T I O N      
        S               I     X       O     X       Y      
        I   H E A D L I N E   P       M             M      
        M               C     O   C H A R A C T E R        
        I               I     S       T                    
        L               D   B I A S   O         T       M  
      P E R S U A S I V E     T       P O I N T O F V I E W
                        N     O       O         N       T  
                F L A T C H A R A C T E R       E       A  
                I       E     Y       I                 P  
          I M A G E R Y           F L A S H B A C K     H  
                U                                       O  
                R O U N D C H A R A C T E R             R  
              S T A T I C C H A R A C T E R                
              P E R S O N I F I C A T I O N                
                A                         P L O T          
            D Y N A M I C C H A R A C T E R                
                G                         O                
                U                     A   T H E M E        
                A L L I T E R A T I O N   A                
  I         C   G                     T   G                
  R       F O R E S H A D O W I N G   O   O                
  O         N         N   X   N   E   N   N                
  N         N         T   Y   F   N   Y   I                
H Y P E R B O L E     A   M   E   R   M   S E T T I N G    
            T         G   O   R   E       T                
  L I T E R A L       O   R                                
            T         N   O                                
  L I M E R I C K     I   N                                
            O         S                                    
    H O M O N Y M   S T Y L E                              
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4 the struggle between the protagonist and the opposing force
8 the dictionary, or exact, meaning of a word
10 a heading, often in large type
11 can be revealed through the character's actions, speech and appearance
12 a leaning toward a particular thing
15 having the power to persuade
16 who the narrator of the story is; first, second, or thrid person
17 a character not fully developed, we know only one side of the character
18 an appeal to any of the senses: taste, touch, smell, sight, and sound
19 occurs when the author narrates an event that took place before the current time of the story
20 a fully developed character with many traits
21 one who does not experience a basic character change during the course of the story
22 to give human traits to animals or non-human beings
23 the sequence of events of the action in a story
24 one who experiences a basic change in character through the events of the story
26 the underlying meaning of the story
27 repeated consonant sounds occurring at the beginning of words or within words
30 an author's use of hints, or clues, to suggest events that will occur later in the story
35 exaggeration in writing or in speech
36 the place and time period in which the story takes place
37 concrete, matter of fact, accurate to the letter, not figurative
38 a nonsense poem of five lines
39 a word with the same pronunciation as another but with a different meaning, origin and usually, spelling
40 the language used in a book, the way the words are put together to create the story
1 something that is a sign of something else
2 the peak or turning point of the action; at this point we know the out come
3 same or nearly the same meaning
5 the concurrence of events which happened by chance is a fact in real life
6 the use of words that sound like their meaning
7 explanation of material or a concept
9 compares two different things using the words; 'as, like, than.'
13 the author's attitude toward what he writes; the attitude you, the reader get from the author's words
14 an implied comparison stating the resemblance between two things
17 words used in a non-literal way, giving them a meaning beyond their ordinary meaning
23 the central character in the plot's conflict
25 opposite meaning to another word
28 a figure of speech in which intent and actual meaning differ
29 the implications of a word or phrase, as opposed to its exact meaning
31 the force in the conflict with the protagonist
32 a comination of opposites: ex cold fire, jumbo shrimp
33 to imply, suggest, to give an indication of
34 the term used to categorize art, film, music, poetry, and literary words based on style; common literary genres include tragedy, comedy, lyric, and satire
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