By: Sydney Chambers
~ A theme, or central idea, is an underlying message about life or human nature that a writer wants a reader to understand.
~ The character or voice that relates the story's events to the reader.
~ The attitude a writer takes towards a subject. It reflects the feelings of the writer.
~ A symbol is a person, place, an object or an activity that stands for something beyond itself.
~ The feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader.
~ The time and place of the action of a short story, drama, novel, narrative poem, or narrative non-fiction work.
~ Literary technique in which ideas, customs, behaviors, or institutions are ridiculed for the purpose of improving society.
~ A special kind of contrast between appearance and reality; usually one on which reality is the opposite of what it seems.
Point of View
~ Refers to the method of narration used in a short story, novel, narrative poem or work of non-fiction.
~ The way a writer creates and develops character's personalities.
~ The sequence of events in a story. It focuses on the central conflict, or problem, faced by the main character.
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