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What is Satire?
CRITICISM OF SOCIETAL OR HUMAN WEAKNESS, OFTEN THROUGH EXAGGERATION. A KIND OF WRITING THAT RIDICULES HUMAN BEINGS FOR THEIR WEAKNESSES.
What is parody?
THE HUMOROUS IMITATION OF A WELL KNOWN WORK OR FORM. A PARODY RIDICULES A SERIOUS LITERARY WORK OR THE CHARACTERISTIC STYLE OF AN AUTHOR.
What is Tone or Mood?
THE IMPLIED FEELING OR ATTITUDE OF THE AUTHOR. THE ATTITUDE THE WRITER TAKES TOWARD THE SUBJECT HE OR SHE IS WRITING ABOUT. JUST AS WE REVEAL OUR ATTITUDE BY OUR TONE OF VOICE WHEN WE ARE SPEAKING, SO WRITERS SHOW THEIR ATTITUDE (TONE) BY THE STYLE IN WHICH THEY WRITE.
What book was studied for Satire?
BAAA
Name at least 3 ways a writer's tone may be like when writing in tone or mood.
A WRITER'S TONE MAY BE HUMOROUS, SARCASTIC, SATIRICAL, CRITICAL, SENTIMENTAL, ROMANTIC, FRIVOLOUS, BITTER, ANGRY, SOLEMN, CHEERFUL, AND SO ON.
What is Characterization?
CHARACTERIZATION IS THE PROCESS BY WHICH A WRITER PRESENTS THE PERSONAL TRAITS OF THE PEOPLE IN A STORY.

THROUGH CHARACTERIZATION, WRITERS MAKE CLEAR WHAT THE CHARACTERS IN THEIR STORIES ARE LIKE.
What is the book studied for characterization?
SNOW WHITE BY THE BROTHERS GRIMM.
What are the 5 commonly used methods of characterization?
WRITERS COMMONLY USE 5 METHODS OF CHARACTERIZATION:

1) THEY SHOW THEIR CHARACTERS IN ACTION;

2) THEY TELL WHAT THE CHARACTERS SAY;

3) THEY GIVE A PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE CHARACTERS;

4) THEY TELL HOW OTHERS REACT TO THE CHARACTERS;

5) THEY STATE DIRECTLY WHAT THE CHARACTERS ARE LIKE.
What 2 books were studied for tone or mood?
THE MAN WHO COULD CALL DOWN OWLS

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ROSE BLANCHE
What is the book studied for climax?
SHORTCUT BY DONALD CREWS
What is CLimax?
THE POINT IN THE STORY WHERE THE OUTCOME IS DECIDED.

THE MOMENT OF GREATEST TENSION.
What is the book studied for elaboration and detail?
WE ARE ALL IN THE DUMPS WITH JACK & GUY
What is Elaboration and Detail?
ELABORATE: TO GIVE DETAILS IN WRITING.

DETAIL: AN INDIVIDUAL OR MINUTE PART; DEEPEN OUR UNDERSTANDING AND APPRECIATION OF THE STORY.
What is Foreshadowing?
FORESHADOWING HELPS THE READER TO ANTICIPATE COMING EVENTS. IT IS A HINT GIVEN BY THE WRITER ABOUT SOMETHING THAT WILL HAPPEN LATER IN THE STORY.
What were the two books studied for parody?
PRINCE CINDERS

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SNOW WHITE IN NEW YORK
What is verbal irony?
VERBAL IRONY IS THE USE OF WORDS THAT SAY THE OPPOSITE OF WHAT IS REALLY MEANT. A SARCASTIC REMARK IS A KIND OF IRONY.
What is irony of the situation?
IRONY OF SITUATION OCCURS WHEN AN EVENT IN A STORY TURNS OUT THE OPPOSITE OF WHAT WOULD NORMALLY BE EXPECTED.
What is P.O.V. and what does it mean?
Point Of View IS THE VANTAGE POINT FROM WHICH A STORY IS TOLD.
What is the book studied for foreshadowing?
ANNIE & THE WILD ANIMALS
WHAT PRONOUN IS USED IN THE FIRST PERSON POINT OF VIEW?
THE CHARACTER TELLING SUCH A STORY USES THE PRONOUN I.
What is the third person point of view sometimes called?
OMNISCIENT POINT OF VIEW
What is dramatic irony?
DRAMATIC IRONY OCCURS WHEN THE READER OR, IN A PLAY, THE AUDIENCE KNOWS SOMETHING THE CHARACTERS DO NOT KNOW.
What book was studied for point of view?

hint: the true story....
THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS
What was the book studied for irony?
COME AWAY FROM THE WATER SHIRLEY