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The attitude of the narrative voice of a text.
Compares something to another -- usually two things that are not alike. A metaphor explains something about one thing by describing something else. A metaphor is figurative.
Language that appeals to the senses.
Infer (v)/Inference (n)
To make an educated guess based on information from the text.
To examine the parts of a text in order to explain and interpret its meaning.
The central message, universal idea, life lesson that is explored in a text.
A piece of writing in which the writer expresses their opinion or point of view on a topic in an analytical style.
A person who keeps moving around and does not stay in the same spot; without a fixed home.
A sudden realization that is often life-changing.
An oversimplified characteristic assumed about everyone in a category or group.
Enduring things without showing their feelings or complaining.
Occurring naturally or being native to the area.
To keep something in existence continuously.
Having high personal qualities, such as high morals.
The killing of a large group of people, especially those from nations or ethnic groups.
Intolerance to people who are different.
Rebirth or renewal, especially in arts and culture.
To go against or reverse in an unexpected way.
To take on other people's values and norms and believe them.
Modest about or worried of yourself mostly humorously.
Grave or even gloomy in character.
Lost in serious thought.
The main character of a story that does good things
A person who actively opposes the protagonist -- usually the villain of a story.
A typical or original example of a certain person or thing.
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