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hints or clues that a writer uses to suggest what will happen next in a story
foreshadowing
the central message or insight into life in the story
theme
the feeling a piece of literature creates in the reader
mood
the position from which the story is told
point of view
techniques that involve surprising, interesting, or amusing contradictions
irony
to draw a conclusion from facts
inference
a figure of speech that compares two things without using the word like or as
metaphor
repeating similar words, phrases, or sentences to give writing rhythm
parallelism