STAAR Vocabulary Set 5
Terms in this set (15)
a long speech in which a character speaks at length to only himself or herself
the practice of using a person, thing or object to represent something else
the central idea or main message of a story
the main idea of an essay to be proved and explained
the narrator is an outsider who sees into the mind of one of the characters
the speaker is not in the story but knows and describes all the character's thoughts and ideas
the writer or speaker's attitude toward the subject of a story, a character, or toward the audience (readers)
the character or force that blocks the protagonist. It is not always but often the villain of the story.
a feature or quality belonging typically to a person, place, or thing and serving to identify it.
to quote; to mention by way of example or proof
a conversation between two people
supporting material used to prove or disprove
hopeful and confident
capable of convincing and having the power to change someone's thinking
a series of related events in a story, each connected to the next.