Lit terms 4
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One or more letters occurring as a bound form attach the beginning end or base of a word
The process or result of identifying the parts of a whole and there relationship to one another
The position or claim the author establishes.
The authors intent either to inform someone about something
The Subtle presence of a positive or negative approach toward a topic.
A written account of a another persons life.
The method the author uses to reveal characters and there various traits and personalities.
Place together characters, situations, or ideas to show common and differing features in a literary selection.
Struggle or clash between opposing forces, characters or emotions
Words and phrases in a sentence paragraph or whole text which help reason out the meaning of an unfamiliar word
The generally excepted importance of a work representing a given culture
Defense of a Claim
Support provided to Marc and assertion as reasonable
Distinguish and wreckonize differences between two or more items
The genre of literature represented by works intended for the stage
The written text of a play which includes the dialogue between characters, stage directions and often other expiratory information
To make a judgment or decision based on reasoning rather then direct or implicit statement
Elements of Fiction
Traits that market work as imaginative or narrative discourse
Elements of Nonfiction
Traits the Marco work as reportorial, analytical, informative or argumentative
Examine and judge carefully
To make understandable
Clearly expressed or fully stated in the actual text
A piece of information provided objectively, presented as true
Any store that is the product of imagination rather then a documentation of fact
Language that cannot be taken literal sense it was written to create a special effect are feeling
The center of interest or attention
A conclusion drawn from specific information that is used to make a broad statement about a topic or person
A category used to classify literary works usually by form, technique or content
Headings,Graphics and Charts
Any visual cues on a page of text that offers additional information to guide the readers comprehension
Though expressed in the actual text meaning that may be understood by the reader
A judgment based on reasoning rather than on a dialect or explicit statement
Nonfiction written primarily to convey factual information
To give reasons through an explanation to conveyed and represent the meaning or understanding of a text
Points of info in a text that strongly support the meaning of the story.