n. the style of speaking or writing including the accent, infelction, intonation, and speech sound quality
n. theformationofmental images, figures,orlikenessesofthings,orofsuch images
The method a writer uses to reveal the personality of a character in a literary work: Methods may include (1) by what the character says about himself or herself; (2) by what others reveal about the character; and (3) by the character's own actions.
An ingredient of a literary work which gives the work unity. The theme provides an answer to the question What is the work about?
The structure of a story. The sequence in which the author arranges events in a story. The structure of a story often includes the rising action, the climax, the falling action, and the resolution.
The time and place in which a story unfolds.
Point of View
A piece of literature contains a speaker who is speaking either in the first person, telling things from his or her own perspective, or in the third person, telling things from the perspective of an onlooker.
The atmosphere or feeling created by a literary work, partly by a description of the objects or by the style of the descriptions.
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