Choice of words; evaluate in terms of syllables, formal, informal, denotation, connotation, etc.
A word or phrase representing something that can be seen, touched, tasted, smelled, or felt.
facts that are included as well as omitted
the overall use of language not isolated bits of diction.
the author's attitude toward the subject being written about.
the emotional tone in a work of literature
Point of view
the relation in which a narrator or speaker stands to the story or subject; internal vs. external, etc.
real or assumed personality used by the writer or speaker
the central idea or message of a work
an evaluation of the sum of the choices an author makes and/or classification of authors to a group