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Short Story Vocabulary

Kimberly Ferguson

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3.Information, Ideas or rumors deliberately spread to help or harm a person, group or movement.
7.Plan or scheme to accomplish some purpose, also called a story line.
8.A person who tells the story or events.
11.To return to a past event.
12.Mocking, or ironic language intended to convey, scorn, or insult.
14.Prejudice in favour of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another.
17.Someone defined by few traits and does not change through the course of the story.
19.The expression of one's meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or emphatic effect.
20.An opinion or attitude from which someone or something is observed.
21.An expression designed to call something to mind without mentioning it explicitly.
22.a character who does not grow or develop.
26.A statement that seems absurd but in reality expresses a possible truth
27.A related series of events in a story that build up to the part of greatest interest.
28.To show or indicate before hand.
29.A particular kind, sort or type as with appearance, character, mode of living or fashion.
30.The surroundings or environment.
1.The event in a story of greatest intensity.
2.To keep a person from succeeding in a plan.
4.The pervading tone or mood of a place or situation with reference to feelings or emotions evoked.
5.The act or process of telling a story.
6.The least formal speech of language, abusive language.
9.The act of determining upon an action or course of action.
10.The leading character, hero, or heroine of literary work.
13.The part of a story after the climax has been reached and conflict has been resolved.
15.To compare in order to show unlikeliness or differences.
16.The attribution of special meaning or character to something(object).
18.An opinion or attitude from which a story is observed or narrated.
23.meaningless talk or writing.
24.Excitment felt at the approach of the climax, a state of mental indecision.
25.Conversation between two or more persons.

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