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Copy of Vocabulary Set 4

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Scarlett Rowe

on 11 September 2014

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Transcript of Copy of Vocabulary Set 4

Slow and steady wins the race
Setting
The time and place in which events in a work of literature take place
Style
A writer's characteristic manner of employing language
Theme
The central message of a work of literature. It is expressed as a general statement about life or human nature.
Epiphany
Tone
The writer's or speaker's attitude toward a subject, character, or audience, and is conveyed through word choice
a sudden realization--a flash of recognition in which something or someone is seen in a new light
Foil
A character, usually minor, designed to highlight qualities of a major character
Mood
The atmosphere or predominant emotion in a literary work; the emotional response of the reader to the text.
Vocabulary Set 4
Love requires sacrifice.
can be serious, humorous, sarcastic, indignant, objective, etc.
Harry Potter and Draco Malfoy are foils
Sherlock and Dr. Watson are foils
Motivation
A reason that explains a character's thoughts, feelings, or actions
Katniss's motivation to volunteer for the games was to protect her sister
Direct Characterization
When the author directly states the character's traits
Indirect Characterization
What a writer uses to show a character's personality through his or her actions, thoughts, feelings, words, and appearance.
Katniss's actions show she is brove, determined, and self-sacrificing.
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