Produced or growing in extreme abundance. (Plentiful.)
Fatigue, weakness, laziness.
Disrespect towards God or other sacred figures/things.
The playful and friendly exchange of teasing remarks.
Upsetting and/or irritating.
Wanting to avoid activity or excursion; (lazy).
To drive, force, or urge someone to do something.
Greatly dismay, horrifying. (To fill with horror).
A person who lends money at unreasonably high rates of interest.
Extravagantly bright & showy, to the point of being distasteful.
having or showing keen mental discernment and good judgment; shrewd.
To display something ostentatiously, especially in order to provoke envy or admiration or to show defiance.
To conclude something with little or no evidence of it's truth.
Accustomed (being used to something.)
Harmful and/or destructive.
A cruel and/or violent action. (immoral.)
Showing fearlessness and determination.
Having/showing a great desire to possess something, typically something belonging to someone else.
A settlement of a disagreement, a conclusion to an argument.
A serious attempt to achieve/accomplish something.
The setting, conflicts and characters.
The time and place in which the story takes place.
Examples being (man VS man), (man VS self), (man VS nature) and (man VS society.)
A character in the story that remains the same throughout.
A character in the story who's views, beliefs, morals, thoughts, and/or other characteristics change due to a certain event.
A theme which is stated within the writing/context of the story either by the narrator or through dialogue (said by one of the characters).
A theme that is encouraged through the context but not actually outright stated in black and white.
Two or three main events that happen in a story that lead to to climax.
A point of high intensity in a story where the outcome is unclear and could go in different directions.
One or two events that happen after the climax in a story to lead to the resolution.
How the major conflict in the story is solved/resolved.
1st person narrative
Point of view where the pronouns "I" and "me" are used.
Point of view where the pronouns "he", "she", and "they" are used, but the reader does not enter the mind of any of the characters.
3d person omniscient
Point of view where the pronouns "He", "she", and "they" are used and the reader explores the minds of all of the characters.
3d person limited
Point of view where the pronouns "He", "she", and "they" are used and the author shares the thoughts and feelings of only one character.
An unexpected twist of events.
The feeling that the reader gets when reading the story. (Happy, eery, etc.)
The wording used by the author to emphasize their feeling (angry, happy, sarcastic, etc.)
Writing technique that uses an object to represent another unmentioned idea. Ex: The clock in The Masque of the Red Death.
Scottish author who wrote The Interlopers, was orphaned and grew up with his aunt in Great Britain, and died in his 40s during World War I.
Edgar Allan Poe
American author who wrote The Masque of the Red Death, suffered from mental illness as well as a sexually transmitted disease, lost his wife (who happened to be his 14 year old cousin) to a disease called Tuberculosis (TB), and died at 40 years old.
Native authors of Chee's Daughter
Juanita Platero and Siyowin Miller.`
Guy de Maupassant
French author who wrote The Necklace, attempted suicide, and died in an asylum at age 43.