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Alliteration
Repitition of consonant sounds at the begginging of words
Allusion
indirect reference
Character
A figure of person in a story
Concrete poem
A poem thats written in the shape of whats its talking about
Conflict
the problem that arises
Dialogue
Conversation between 2 or more ppl
Extended Metaphor
comparing many objects to one
Figurative Language
Writing that isnt the literal meaning
Foreshadowing
when they hint to something that will happen in the future
Genre
the category something falls into
Free Verse
A poem that is just free speech, not rhyming
Image
the picture the poet or author creates in ur mind
Irony
implied sarcasm between what is said and what is meant
Metaphor
words that are applied to something as resemblance
Alliteration
Repitition of consonant sounds at the begginging of words
Allusion
indirect reference
Antagonist
main character who goes against another main character
Character
A figure of person in a story
Concrete poem
A poem thats written in the shape of whats its talking about
Conflict
the problem that arises
Dialogue
Conversation between 2 or more ppl
Extended Metaphor
comparing many objects to one
Figurative Language
Writing that isnt the literal meaning
Foreshadowing
when they hint to something that will happen in the future
Genre
the category something falls into
Free Verse
A poem that is just free speech, not rhyming
Image
the picture the poet or author creates in ur mind
Irony
implied sarcasm between what is said and what is meant
Metaphor
words that are applied to something as resemblance
Round Chracter
a character who you see all sides of in a story
Simile
when 2 unlike things are compared to eachother using like or as
suspense
anxious to see what is going to happen, it makes u want to keep reading
theme
general idea the writer wishes to express
moral
the message the author is trying to give out
motivation
the thing that pushes a character to keep going
narrative poem
a poem that tells a story
narrator
the person telling the story
onomonopetia
a word thats made from a sound, such as "oink"
persnification
giving nonhumans human-like characteristics
plot
the main happpenings inthe story
poetry
writing that can rhyme or not that expresses someones innerness
point of view
in the way you view the story
prose
the ordinary form of spoken or written language
protagonist
the leading character; hero
refrain
to abstain from an impulse
repitition
the repeating of lines or words
rhyme
a group of words that sonuid the same, usually at the end of the line
rhythm
the pattern of beats
setting
where the story takes place
stanza
an arrangement of lines in a poem
symbol
using an object or action that means something more than its literal meaning.