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foreshadowing
clues that suggest events to come
signs the movie

alliteration
the repition of constanant sounds
Sally sold sea shells by the sea shore
allusion
reference to a well-known person, place, or thing
Long live the Queen
(the Queen of England)
antagonist
character or force of conflict with the main character
evil and good
character
person or animal that takes part in a literary action
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
characterization
act of creating or developing a character
connotation
set of associations that occur when a word is read
the blue pill
baby girl with pink
denotation
dictionary meaning
very proper
denouement
events after the resolution
epilouge
dramatic irony
ther's a contridiction between what a character thinks and what the reader knows to be true
the comb and the watch
epithet
word or phrase to characterize or describe a person or thing
describe
extended metaphor
a subject spoken or written as though it were something else
all the world's a stage
fable
brief story (usually with animals, lessons, morals)
kitty story
german kinder stories
framework story
a story within another story
two in one
genre
divisions of poetry, prose, drama
parable
short narrative designed to convey a moral truth
german kinder stories
paradox
statement that seems contridictory or absurd but expresses a truth
i love homework
personification
non-human subject given human abilities
car wheezing
prose
ordinary form of written language
printing
pun
a play on words based on different meanings of words that sound alike
wise the sky blue?
satire
a style of writing that uses humor or critism
newspaper
sensory language
writing or speech that appeals to more than one of the senses
your camping vacation
simile
comparing two things using like or as
he is as strong as an ox
conflict
struggle between opposing forces
external and internal
fight
devices of sound
i think it means to use the sense of sound to describe something
ears
dialect
form of language spoken by a particular region or group
language
figurative language
writing or speech not meant to be interpreted literally
i flew like the wind in my race
flashback
a section of a literary work that interrupts the sequence of events to realate and event from an earlier time
remember something
imagery
appeals to one or more of the senses
to see and hear the story
irony
verbal is contridiction and dramatic is like the comb and watch
comb and watch
foreshadowing
clues that suggest events to come
signs the movie

alliteration
the repition of constanant sounds
Sally sold sea shells by the sea shore
allusion
reference to a well-known person, place, or thing
Long live the Queen
(the Queen of England)
antagonist
character or force of conflict with the main character
evil and good
character
person or animal that takes part in a literary action
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
characterization
act of creating or developing a character
connotation
set of associations that occur when a word is read
the blue pill
baby girl with pink
denotation
dictionary meaning
very proper
denouement
events after the resolution
epilouge
dramatic irony
ther's a contridiction between what a character thinks and what the reader knows to be true
the comb and the watch
epithet
word or phrase to characterize or describe a person or thing
describe
extended metaphor
a subject spoken or written as though it were something else
all the world's a stage
fable
brief story (usually with animals, lessons, morals)
kitty story
german kinder stories
framework story
a story within another story
two in one
genre
divisions of poetry, prose, drama