a book length, fictional narrative in prose, typically having a plot that unfolds through th actions, speech and thought of the characters
A figure of speech in which an animal, object, force of nature, or idea is given human qualities/ characteristics. Giving life to inanimate objects.
a figure of speech in which great exageration is used for emphasis, or humerous effect.
A figure of speech that compares or equates two or more things that have something in common and do not use like or as.
A figure of speech using like or as to compare seemingly, unlike things.
A literary device in which an earlier episode, conversation, or event is inserted into the chronilogial sequence of a narative.
a person or force in society or nature that apposes the protagonist or central character in a literary work.
a reference in a work of literature to a character, place, or situation from another work of literature, art, music, history, Bible, and Mythology.
A reflection of a writer's or speaker's attitude toward a subject of a poem, story, or other literary work.
a relationship between narrator and the story.
An author's use of CLUES that HINT at events that will occur LATER in a plot.
An object, person, place, or experience that represent something else. (concrete)
emotional hight point and intersest and suspense
introtocharacters, conflict+ setting
says one thing means another
sequence of events in a literary work..
Situational irony exists when the actual outcome of an event is the opposite of what is expected.
the central character in a literary work around who the main conflict revolves.
The feeling or atmoshpere that an author creates IN a literary work.