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Oral Tradition Vocabulary
Terms in this set (13)
stories passed down to new generations by word of mouth
told for entertainment; stories include humans and animals
a story that explains questions about the world
a story set in the past that may have some truth to it
a short piece of writing that has a moral and usually animal characters
human characteristics are given to animals or objects
a universal lesson to be learned by the reader
Greek slave and storyteller who told the first fables
a story that has some truth, but has exaggeration so big that no one can be expected to believe them
a story set in medieval times and has magic and royalty in it. These stories often begin with once upon a time.
written without rhyme in a narrative form
written with rhyme, rhythm, or free verse
the way the author develops the character-showing how the character acts, feels, thinks and looks
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