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ELAR VOCABULARY

Across
Using rhyme, rhythms, and colorful language to give the reader a special feeling.
Words that create a picture for you. it helps you see, hear, feel, smell, or taste what someone is writing about.
Something suggested or implied, not actually stated.
A way of describing something by comparing it to something else WITHOUT using the words like or as.
The sequence of events in a literary work including the exposition, inciting incident, development, climax, and falling action.
Te action that occurs after a story's climax and leads to the final resolution. (2 words)
The lies spoken by characters in drama or fiction.
1st,3rd, omniscient, who is telling the story. Influences the reader. (3 words)
The recurrence of sounds, words, phrases lies, or stanzas in a speech or piece of writing.
When a character struggles against an external force, as in man vs. nature. (2 words)
Infinitely wise. all-knowing and all-seeking.
Attitude a writer or speaker takes toward the audience a subject or a character.
The repetition of the same or similar vowels in the stressed syllables of successive words.
A figure of speech in which a human quality is given t an animal, object, or idea.
Twist of fate; inequality between what might be expected and what actually occurs.
The action that takes place in a story that rises until it reaches a climax. (2 words)
The literal meaning of a word, the dictionary meaning.
A story centered around gods and goddesses that sometime explain natural phenomena.
The central message expressed in a story is called its
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The highest point of action in a story.
Introduces the characters and sets the stage for the conflict.
The emotional quality of a story-and especially of a story's setting- that influences the attitudes of characters and the readers. the mood of the selection is the feeling you get as you read it. a writer sets the mood by his or her choice of words, images, and figures of speech.
A genre of writing that is characterized by intense emotions.
The use of words whose sounds imitate natural sounds. For example: buzz, whirl, moo, hiss.
The person who is against the main character. He or she would be considered "the bad guy/girl"
Giving a hint about what is to come
A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary work, or work of art.
Excited anticipation of an approaching climax.
Story told from the 1 point of view. (2 words)
Authors write for one of four reasons: To compare, to entertain, to explain, to persuade. (2 words)
This is a struggle with in the characters own mind. It is man vs. himself. (2 words)
Repetition of consonant sounds in the beginning syllables.
Guesses based on known facts.
Lesson taught by a story.
Something meant to make fun of and show the weakness of human na-
Finding a solution to a problem.
The main character in a story, often the good or heroic type.
Time and place--the setting could be historical, social, geographical, psychological.
Using the words "like" or "as" to compare two unlike things.