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<p>A thorough study of something (such as a poem or a piece of literature)</p>

A thorough study of something (such as a poem or a piece of literature)

<p>A thorough study of something (such as a poem or a piece of literature)</p>
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Foreshadowing

<p>To show or indicate beforehand</p>

To show or indicate beforehand

<p>To show or indicate beforehand</p>
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Flashback

<p>A conversation, an episode, or an event that happened before the beginning of the story. Often interrupts the chronological flow of a story to give the reader information to help in understanding a character&apos;s situation.</p>

A conversation, an episode, or an event that happened before the beginning of the story. Often interrupts the chronological flow of a story to give the reader information to help in understanding a character's situation.

<p>A conversation, an episode, or an event that happened before the beginning of the story. Often interrupts the chronological flow of a story to give the reader information to help in understanding a character&apos;s situation.</p>
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Point of View

<p>the perspective from which a story is told</p>

the perspective from which a story is told

<p>the perspective from which a story is told</p>
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First Person Point of View

<p>Told from the viewpoint of one of the characters using the pronouns &quot;I&quot; and We&quot;</p>

Told from the viewpoint of one of the characters using the pronouns "I" and We"

<p>Told from the viewpoint of one of the characters using the pronouns &quot;I&quot; and We&quot;</p>
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Second Person Point of View

<p>the narrator addresses the reader directly using the pronoun &quot;you&quot;</p>

the narrator addresses the reader directly using the pronoun "you"

<p>the narrator addresses the reader directly using the pronoun &quot;you&quot;</p>
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Third Person Point of View

<p>is narrated by the author. (He, She, It)</p>

is narrated by the author. (He, She, It)

<p>is narrated by the author. (He, She, It)</p>
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Simile

<p>A type of figurative language. It is a comparison of two unlike things using like or as</p>

A type of figurative language. It is a comparison of two unlike things using like or as

<p>A type of figurative language. It is a comparison of two unlike things using like or as</p>
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Metaphor

<p>A type of figurative language. It is a comparison, not using the words like or as.</p>

A type of figurative language. It is a comparison, not using the words like or as.

<p>A type of figurative language. It is a comparison, not using the words like or as.</p>
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Moral

<p>A lesson (life lesson) that is taught in a literary work</p>

A lesson (life lesson) that is taught in a literary work

<p>A lesson (life lesson) that is taught in a literary work</p>
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Author's Purpose

His or her reason for creating a particular work. The purpose may be to persuade the reader to do or believe something, inform, or entertain (PIE), or to express an opinion. An author may have more than one purpose for writing, but usually one is the most important

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Character Traits

<p>Traits that are found on the inside of a character</p>

Traits that are found on the inside of a character

<p>Traits that are found on the inside of a character</p>
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Physical Features/physical traits

<p>are traits that are on the outside</p>

are traits that are on the outside

<p>are traits that are on the outside</p>
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Conflict

<p>A struggle between opposing forces or characters. Without conflict a story would be boring. A story can have several conflicts, the main conflict is central to the plot and is usually resolved by the resolution.</p>

A struggle between opposing forces or characters. Without conflict a story would be boring. A story can have several conflicts, the main conflict is central to the plot and is usually resolved by the resolution.

<p>A struggle between opposing forces or characters. Without conflict a story would be boring. A story can have several conflicts, the main conflict is central to the plot and is usually resolved by the resolution.</p>
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Internal Conflict

<p>Takes place in a character&apos;s mind or heart. Sometimes this involves a decision.</p>

Takes place in a character's mind or heart. Sometimes this involves a decision.

<p>Takes place in a character&apos;s mind or heart. Sometimes this involves a decision.</p>
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External Conflict

<p>Takes place between a character and something outside the character. The outside force could be nature, an event or situation, or another character.</p>

Takes place between a character and something outside the character. The outside force could be nature, an event or situation, or another character.

<p>Takes place between a character and something outside the character. The outside force could be nature, an event or situation, or another character.</p>
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Theme

<p>The truth or central idea a story reveals about life. Any theme can be considered valid if you can support it with text evidence.</p>

The truth or central idea a story reveals about life. Any theme can be considered valid if you can support it with text evidence.

<p>The truth or central idea a story reveals about life. Any theme can be considered valid if you can support it with text evidence.</p>
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Plot

<p>Stages of the story: Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution</p>

Stages of the story: Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution

<p>Stages of the story: Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution</p>
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Exposition

<p>Introduces the characters and the setting, provides background information, conflict is usually introduced.</p>

Introduces the characters and the setting, provides background information, conflict is usually introduced.

<p>Introduces the characters and the setting, provides background information, conflict is usually introduced.</p>
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Rising Action

<p>The story becomes more complicated as the conflict develops</p>

The story becomes more complicated as the conflict develops

<p>The story becomes more complicated as the conflict develops</p>
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Climax

<p>The turning point in the story, the most exciting part when the outcome of the conflict is decided.</p>

The turning point in the story, the most exciting part when the outcome of the conflict is decided.

<p>The turning point in the story, the most exciting part when the outcome of the conflict is decided.</p>
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Falling Action

<p>The loose ends are tied up as the story comes to an end. (This is sometimes combined with the resolution).</p>

The loose ends are tied up as the story comes to an end. (This is sometimes combined with the resolution).

<p>The loose ends are tied up as the story comes to an end. (This is sometimes combined with the resolution).</p>
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Resolution

<p>The conflict should be resolved. The story ends.</p>

The conflict should be resolved. The story ends.

<p>The conflict should be resolved. The story ends.</p>
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