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Repeating the first letter, usually in a poem.
Alitteration
The introduction, climax, and resolution.
Plot
Language that evokes one or all of the five senses: seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling, touching.
Imagery
a comparison using 'like' or 'as'.
Similie
Like a similie except you say something is something else.
Metaphor
Time and place in a story
Setting
Showing some things in the past for better understanding.
Flashback
Telling a story from the ponit of view 'I'
POV: 1st person
'You' point of view in a story.
POV: 2nd person
Allows the author to be all knowing; the author has the point of view; 'He walked down the road.'
POV: 3rd person
a word that imitates the sound it reprisentes. example: 'Buzz' = ZZZZZ
Onomatopoeia
Something that gives hints or clues to what might happen next.
Foreshadowing
An object that has a meaning to the main story line.
Symbolism
The person who causes the most trouble to the Protagonist.
Antagonist
The main character.
Protagonist
The turning point in a story where the ending becomes clear.
Climax
The struggle between two opposing forces.
Conflict
Someone's ideas and opnions etc. are directly opposed and opposite to anothers.
Foil
the general feel of a story
Mood
Man Vs. Man
Man Vs. Society
Man Vs. Nature
Man Vs. Himself
Man Vs. Evil
Theme