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Hyperbole
An over statement; and extreme exaggeration
Invective
Speech that attacks an individuals ideas or causes
Inversion
A reversal of order, form, or another relationship.
Irony
The stated is the opposite of what it often means
Satire
Literary art form that ridicules human folly or vice hoping to correct it
Main characters of Frankenstein
Victor, Monster
Main Characters in "The Lesson"
Silvia
Main character in Eleven
Rachel
Break down this poem
Hold fast to dreams
For if dreams die
Life is a broken-winged bird
That cannot fly.

Hold fast to dreams
For when dreams go
Life is a barren field
Frozen with snow.
Tone
Attitude towards that character, place, and events in the story
Plot
Series and events that makes up a story
Flat Character
You know nothing about the character (minor character)
Round Character
You know a lot about the character (protagonist)
Foil
By sharp contrast, is made to highlight distinctive aspects of the protagonist
Setting
Where the story is created or placed. Time & place.
Two types of irony
Dramatical Irony
Verbal Irony