21 terms

NWEA Reading RIT 221-230

NWEA Reading RIT
STUDY
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aphorism
observation that contains a truth; cliche
assonance
repetition of vowel sounds
consonance
repetition of consonant sounds within a word
contrast
compare in respect to differences
first person
told by someone in the story
form
printed document with blank spaces
homophone
words pronounced alike but with different meaning
journalism
writing for a newspaper or magazine
literature
published written work
quotation
what someone says word for word
second person
referring to the person being addresses; you
sonnet
poem with 14 lines
symbolism
using a symbol to represent an idea
table
systematic arrangement of data
tale
imaginative narrative of an event
term
word or expression that has a precise meaning
third person
told by an outside narrator
tone
attitude a writer takes towards an audience
viewpoint
point of view; way the story is told
voice
personality of writing
world literature
writings from around the world