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1 the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables (beat)
3 the problem of the story
5 a figure of speech in which something is described as something else
7 a reason that explains a character's thoughts, feelings, actions or speech.
8 a fictional tale that explains the actions of the gods or heroes or the elements of nature
9 the feeling of anxious uncertainty about the outcome of events
12 the use, more than once, of any element of language (a sound, word, phrase or sentence)
13 a group of lines in poetry that are usually similar in length and pattern and are separated by spaces
14 ordinary writing (not poems, songs, drama etc)
16 the turning point; the highest, most suspenseful part in a narrative story, when the outcome is unclear
18 a type of figurative language that uses like or as to make a comparison between two unlike things or ideas
19 message about life expressed across many cultures and time periods
22 a story passed down from person to person, usually through story telling, reflecting the cultural beliefs and environments from which they come
23 the narrator is not participating in the actions of the story
24 a type of figurative language in which a nonhuman subject is given human characteristics
25 stories written with imaginary characters and events
26 information given that create connections between characters and events
27 writing that appeals to one or more of the 5 senses and creates a picture in the reader's mind
28 events leading up to the resolution
29 the main character is telling the story from their perspective
30 the passing of songs, stories, and poems from generation to generation by word of mouth
32 language spoken by people of a certain culture or group
33 writing or speech not meant to be taken literally and create a picture in the reader's head
34 writing that appeals to one or more of the five senses
40 the feeling created in the reader by a work of literature
41 a brief story, usually with animal characters, that has a theme, or lesson (moral)
42 the sequence of events in which each event results from a previous one and causes the next
43 the writer's attitude towards his or her audience and subject
44 a contradiction between what happens and what is expected
45 a central message, or lesson
2 the greatest most fabulous teacher that ever lived! Ever.
4 use of words that imitate a sound
6 actions that increase the conflict
10 writing the explains or informs the reader on a specific topic
11 a three line Japanese poem, usually describing a scene in nature
15 the perspective from which a story is told (either first, or third person)
17 the repetition of the first consonant sounds in a word
20 the way or order in which the author presents the events or information
21 poems that are very musical and express observations and feelings of the speaker
31 a story; the opposite of expository, can be fiction of nonfiction
32 the resolution, or conclusion of the story
35 introduces the characters, conflict, setting etc
36 using symbols to represent ideas
37 a regular pattern of rhyming words in a poem
38 humorous, rhyming, five line poem
39 a type of literature, such as poetry, drama, biography etc
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