The repeating of vowel sounds to create internal rhyme(proud round cloud)
Assonance
"The turning point" Point of greatest tension that changes the direction the plot. Often a critical decision is made.
Climax
A short statement that presents the main idea and most important points in a piece of writing
Summarizing
The narrator is all knowing-tells the thoughts/feelings of more than one character (think about it as this person who hangs above all the characters and knows everything about every chracter
third person omniscient
A character who undergoes an important change in the story
Dynamic character
A term that means " word relationships" Example: Water:Liquid::Ice:solid
Analogy
The author's attitude towards a subject
Tone
Usually a main character: goes through a major change in the story
Protagonist
The actual everyday meaning of words
Literal language
Prejudice in favor or against one thing/person'group compared with another (Usually considered to be unfair)
Biased
To refer to something implicitly/without directly stating it
Allusion
The conflict(s) is/are resolved and all loose ends are tied up
Resolution
We know a lot about these characters (details, see many sides of them)
Round Character
A huge eaggeration
Hyperbole
The way a text is intended to make the audience feel
mood
The repeating of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
alliteration
Words that allow the reader to hear a sound
Onomatopoeia
Not influenced by personal feelings; based on facts
objective text
Compares 2 unlike things by stating that one thing is another thing
methaphor
Without bias or prejudice; impartial, fair
unbiased
a restatement of an author's words in your own words
paraphrasing
The repeating of the same consonant 2 or more times in a short span (can be at the beginning, middle, or end of a word)
Consonance
The most important point in a work of literature
Main Idea
The character who is against or has conflict with the protagonist
antagonist
The moral or lesson of a story/text. Can be implied or directly stated
Theme
We don't know much about them. We only see one side of them.
Flat character
Events/results of the actions or decision of the character has made (slowly winding do to the end of the story)
Falling action
Existing in the mind; belongs to thinking of the subject rather than to the object of thoughts (opinions)
Subjective texr
Series of events that occur before the conflict that moves the story forward
Rising action
A character who doesn't change at all throughout the story. Their person remains the same.
Static Character
Giving human qualities to nonhuman things
personification