repition of intial consonant sounds.
a comparison between two or more things that sre similar in some ways but different in others.
a story about the writer's own life told by the writer.
A form of nonfiction in which a writer tells the life of another person.
a person or an animal that takes part in a literary work.
the high point in the action of the plot.
a literary work, especially a play, which is light, often humorous, and ends happily.
a poem in the shape of its subject.
a struggle between opposing forces.
a form of language spoken by a specific region.
a conversation between characters.
a story written to be performed by actors.
writing that explains or informs.
a character whose actions are inspiring or noble.
real people, places and events that are incorporated into made-up things.
mental pictures made from a sensory description( Something you can taste, smell, etc)
widely told story about the past that has no foundation if true or not.
highly musical verse that expresses the observations and feelings of a single speaker.
most important character in a story.
figure of speech in which something is described as if it were something else.
the feeling created in the reader by the literary work.
a lesson taught by a literary work.
reason that explains, or partially explains a characters thoughts, actions, feelings and speech.
a made-up tale that explains the actions of gods or heroes or the orgins of elements of nature.
it's a story.
a speaker who tells a story.
prose writing that presents and explains ideas or that tells about real people, places, objects, or events.
long work of fiction.
use of words that imitate sounds.
figurative language in which a nonhuman subject is given human characteristics.
point of view.
writing or speech that attempts to convince the reader to adopt to a paticular opinion or course of action.
a person who writes plays. William shakespeare is the most famous playwright in english literature.
the sequence of cause and effect events.
three major types of literature, uses a special device such as rhyme, three types are lyric, concrete and narrative.
Point Of View
the perspective of which a story is told, kinds are first person, omniscient third person and limited third person.
ordinary form of written language.
the main character in a literary work.
regularly repeated of lines in a poem or song.
the outcome of the conflict in the plot.
the repetition of sounds at the ends of words.
regular pattern of rhyming words in a poem.
the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in spoken or written language.
combines elements of fiction and fantasy with scientific fact that is usually set in the future
It is the time and place of the action
A feeling of anxious uncertainty about the outcome of events in a literary work
It is anything that stands for or represents something else.
brief story or poem usually with animal characters that teaches a lesson or moral.
highly imaginative writing that contains elements not found in real life.
prose writing that tells about imaginary characters and events.
writing or speech that is not meant to be taken literally.
Figure of speech
many types of figurative language like, simile, metaphor and personification.
a writers technique that gives clues about the past.
a story compossed orally and then passed person to person by word of mouth.
the writer gives clues about what is going to happen in the future.
poetry not written in regular meter.
A person who is opposed to or struggles against (usually against the protagonist)
The attitude of the author or how they feel