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Reusable EDU Design: Literary Devices

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Ashley Whitlatch

on 30 July 2014

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TWO KINDS
Literary Devices
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Literary Elements
Literary Techniques
extensively employed by writers to develop a literary piece
structures in literary texts that writers employ to achieve artistic ends, and also a reader's greater understanding and appreciation.
It is the logical sequence of events that develops a story.
It refers to the time and place in which a story takes place.
It is the main character of story, novel or a play e.g. Hamlet in the play Hamlet
It is the character in conflict with the Protagonist e.g. Claudius in the play Hamlet
A person who tells the story.
Where characters of a narrative speak to one another.

It is an issue in a narrative around which the whole story revolves.

A general atmosphere of a narrative.
It is central idea or concept of a story.
For this lesson, we'll focus on the ELEMENTS
Plot:
Setting:
Protagonist:
Dialogue:
Antagonist:
Narrator:
Theme:
Conflict:
Mood:
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