a series of statements designed to convince the reader of something.
an opinion that challenges the reasoning behind a position and shows that there are grounds for an opposite view.
to prove something to be false or in error through logical argument or by providing evidence to the contrary.
an appeal to emotion.
an appeal to logic or reason.
an appeal to credibility or character.
the dictionary definition of a word
when something happens that is the opposite of what we would normally expect
when the reader knows something that some or all the characters do not know
the author's attitude toward his or her subject of choice.
the emotion or feeling captured by a story
the problem between the protagonist and antagonist in a story
the main event between the protagonist or antagonist or the highest point of action in a story
the major events that lead the resolution of a story
the major events that lead to the climax of a story
the time and place in which a story takes place
a universal statement about life within a story
to hear or listen
chief, first, rule
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