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The author's attitude toward his subject and audience expressed through characters' actions and speech.
Tone
enot
The writer expresses his personal feelings toward the subject, characters, or audience.
Attitude
edutitta
The author's particular word choice is used to make a point in the writing.
Diction
noitcid
An intentional departure from the normal order or meaning of words.
Figures of Speech
gif of hceeps
Uses of language that departs from the customary construction, order, or significance.
Figurative Language
gif gnal
The author's use of sensory related words to project an image or picture into the reader's mind.
Imagery
yregami
The use of ___ describe or relate an object or scene with complete particulars.
Details
sliated
The perspective or vantage point from which the story is told.
Point of View
POV
The order in which events take place.
Chronological Organization
onorhc gro
The physical description of persons and places.
Spatial Organization
taps gro
One event brings about another.
Cause and Effect
CaE
The author starts in the middle and uses the techniques of flashbacks and foreshadowing.
In Media Res
ni aidem ser
The sequences of events throughout the novel.
Structure
erutcurts
An intentional opposite of what is actually stated.
Irony
ynori
The way the sentence is put together.
Sentence Structure
tens tcurts
The way in which words are combined to make a sentence.
Syntax
xatnys
A ___ serves as a single part of speech in a sentence; it is used to present rhythm and may be prepositional, adjectival, adverbial, or fragments.
Phrasing
gnisarhp
Manner of expression used to communicate feeling, tone, or attitude.
Language
gnal
The manner in which the author tells the story.
Narrative Techniques
tarran hcet