a belief or statement taken for granted without proof
Events are presented in the order in which they occur
to make an overstatement or to stretch the truth, hyperbole
includes all the elements in a story; plot, rising action, falling action, problem, solution, setting, etc.
the deliberate attempt to influence the thoughts, feelings, or behaviors of another
the repetition of vowel sounds in words
a struggle between two opposing forces; can be eiter external (another person, society or nature) or internal (within the character)
the repetition of consonant sounds in words
In a fiction story, the way an author gives the reader more information to create drama. The information can come between scenes or from the narrator.
action that interrupts to show an event that happened at an earlier time which is necessary to better understanding