Setting- it refers to the time in place in which a story takes place.
Protagonist-It is the main character of the story, novel, or a play. (Good guy)
Antagonist- it is the character in conflict with the protagonist. (Bad guy)
Narrative mood- the manner with a narrative presents, comprising plot, and setting.
Dialogue- where characters of a narrative speak to one another
Conflict- The problem in a story
Mood- atmosphere of narrative
Theme- it is the central idea or concept of a story sometimes there can be multiple themes within the story.
Imagery- Images, words used to create pictures of something to compare to the real word.
Simile- Comparing to unlike objects using like or as. Ex. The hold was as cold as a blizzard.
Metaphore- Comparing two unlike objects without using like or as. Ex. Ladder of success.
Hyperbole- Extreme exaggeration ex. These notes take forever
Personification- giving an inanimate object a person like feature. The wind was whispering.
Alliteration- refers to the same constantans sounds coming together. Ex. Better Butter always bakes the batter butter.
Allegory- IN, which an abstract idea is given of form of characters, actions or events.
Irony- use of words in such a way an intended meaning is completely opposite to the actual meaning.
Allusion- Figure of speech in which the author refers to a place, event or working, which the reader should already be familiar.
Analogy- IS a literally device that helps establish a relationship based on similarities between two concepts or ideas.
Anecdote- A short verbal accounting of a funny, amusing, or interesting event, or incident.
Antithesis-Used to create a stark contrast using two divergent elements that come from create one uniform whole. It plays on the complementary property of opposites to create a vivid picture.
Assonance- refers to a repetition of sound produced by vowels within a sentence or phrase
Cacophony- refers to use of words and phrases that imply strong harsh sounds within a phrase.
Characterization- Refers to the steps in which the author introduces and describes a character
Connotation- associations people make the go beyond the literal or dictionary meaning.
Consonance- repetition of sounds in quick secessions produced by constants with a sentence or phrase.
Denotation- Use of dictionary or literal meaning.