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KCCRS - English I Short Stories

Mrs. B

Terms to know for unit 1

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2.a person who is responsible for the thoughts and actions within a story, poem, or other literature
5.a prose narrative that is brief in nature.
8.It is the use of figurative language to create visual representations of actions, objects and ideas in our mind in such a way that they appeal to our physical senses
11.The outcome of the conflict in a play or story. The resolution concludes the falling action.
13.one of 3 types of irony
15.a brief and often simple narrative that illustrates a moral or religious lesson.
16.the portion of a story that introduces important background information to the audience; for example, information about the setting, events occurring before the main plot, characters' back stories, etc
18.a literary term referring to how a person, situation, statement, or circumstance is not as it would actually seem.
19.The events of a dramatic or narrative plot following the climax.
21.a word or object that stands for another word or object.
22.Can be 1st person, 2nd or 3rd
1.one of 3 types of irony
3.word picture: a graphic or vivid verbal description
4.one of 3 types of irony
6.language that does not mean exactly what it says, but instead forces the reader to make an imaginative leap in order to comprehend an author's point
7.one who tells a story, the speaker or the “voice” of an oral or written work
9.That point of greatest emotional intensity, interest, or suspense in a narrative.
10.The attitude a writer takes toward his or her subject, characters, and readers
12.The events of a dramatic or narrative plot preceding the climax.
14.Appeals to anyall 5 senses to create an image/setting
17.It is the logical sequence of events that develops a story.
20.a thought or idea the author presents to the reader that may be deep, difficult to understand, or even moralistic.

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