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the repetition of constant sounds at the beginning of words
alllieraton
usually the princeipal chareacter in aopposition to the opposing character protagonish of a narrative or drama
antagonist
main character in a narrative or dramma
protagonist
a writers or speackers choice of words and way of arranging the words in sentences
diction
coversation, an episode, or an event that happened vefore the beginning of a story
flashback
a writer use of hints or clues to indacate events and stiuations that will occur later on in the story
foreshawdowing
a figure of speech in which the trusth is exaggeratied for empasis or for humorus effects
hyperoble
decriptive words and pharases that re create sensory esperances for the readers
imagery
a comparison w/o using the words like or as
metaphor
the feeling or atmoshpere that the writer creates for the reader
mood
place where the narritive ro drama takes place
setting
a compaasion using like or as
simile
a person,place, oan activity,or an object that stands for something besides itself
symbol
attitude a writer takes toward a subject
tone
writers unique use of language that allows a reader to hear a hjman personality in his or her writing
voice
sequence of events ina story
plot
methods taht a writer uses to develop characterization
character
main idea in a work of literature
theme
special kind of contrast between apperance and reality-usally one that is which reality is the opposite from what it seems
irony
the plot of a sotry always invoves some sort of struggle between opposing forces
conflict
the accurance of a simialaror idnetical sounds of 2 or more words
ryhme