a narrator who uses first person "I" and is located in the story world as a character
a narrator who uses 3rd person and is external to the story world.
refers to a narrator who cannot be trusted to tell the whole truth
literary device where a short quote is placed at the beginning of another work of literature; used as a sort of allusion that adds to the meaning of our understanding of the work we're reading.
literary device where an idea or element repeats 3 times for emphasis, or to make it more memoerable
something that represents something else.
recurring idea or emphasis in a work of literature
the emotional meaning/associations of a word
the literal dictionary definition of a word
rhetorical technique; refers to credibility of the speaker
rhetorical technique; refers to logic
rhetorical technique; refers to emotion
having the appearance of reality
attributing human characteristics to something nonhuman
a comparison using "like" or "as"
a direct comparison
the repetition of beginning sounds
a descriptive phrase used to characterize someone
when readers know something a character/characters don't
an extended metaphor
a wild, reckless, sometimes quarrelsome person
playful in a naughty or teasing way