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Manifest to the senses or mind as real or true on the basis of evidence that may or may not be factually valid
Materials generally read for a precise action, such as directions, maps, schedules, menus, catalogues, instructions, etc.
A statement that cannot be proved; a statement that reflects an individual or group's interpretation of something
Point of View
The vantage point from which the story is told. It can be first person narrative, third person limited, or third person omniscient.
Uses persuasive techniques to encourage people to act based on their emotions alone, instead of using solid reasoning
Materials generally read for pleasure, such as magazines, poems, novels, and short stories
Literary tone used to ridicule or make fun or a human vice or weakness, often with the intent of correcting, or changing, the subject of the satiric attack.
Specific statements that give more information about the central message of a passage
The overall feeling, or effect created by a writer's use of words. This feeling may be serious, humorous, satiric, and so on.
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