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The repetition of initial consonant sounds in side-by-side words
Alliteration
Ding, dong!

Cool, creative Chris kicked the ball.
The method an author uses to reveal his characters and their various personalities.
Characterization
The author of Artemis Fowl created Artemis to be a clever, sneaky, genious 11-year-old boy.
An exaggeration or overstatement
Hyperbole
I was so embarrassed I could have died.
The struggle that grows between the main character and something else in a story
It can be: person vs. person; person vs. self; person vs. nature
Conflict
In Hatchet, Brian struggled against his attitude, against a moose, and against the harsh weather
When the author hints about something to come
Foreshadow
When the author jumps back in time
flashback
When the author jumps back in time
flashback
The use of a word or phrase to mean the exact opposite of its usual meaning
Irony