Jeopardy By: Rachel Dutton
The process by which the personality of a fictitious character is revealed by the use of a descriptive adjectives, phrases...
The use of words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of its literal meaning irony allegory Indirect characterization
The writer reveals information about a character and his personality through that character’s thoughts, words, and actions...
A representation of an abstract or spiritual meaning through concrete or material forms; figurative treatment of one subje...
A literary device that uses such a narrative structure frame style Author’s purpose
Fantastic stories about marvel-filled adventures, often of a knight errant portrayed as having heroic qualities, who goes ...
An extended narrative poem in elevated or dignifies language, celebrating the feats of a legendary or traditional hero epi...
A style of writing that criticizes or pokes fun at the subject; often uses such devicese as hyperbole and irony to get his...
The way in which something is said, done, expressed or performed Author’s purpose style epic
The reason an author decides to write about a specific topic Author’s purpose epic style
The kind intended solely to entertain Commercial fiction dilemma surprise
A situation in which a character must choose between two course of action, both undesirable dilemma surprise fiction
An unexpected turn in the development of a plot surprise Happy ending twist
A completely unexpected revelation or turn of plot at the conclusion of  a story Surprise ending Unhappy ending fiction
An ending in which events turn out well for a sympathetic protagonist Happy ending Artistic unity Unhappy ending
An ending that turns out unhappily for a sympathetic protagonist Unhappy ending surprise fiction
The condition of a successful literary work whereby all its elements work together for the achievement of a central purpos...
A situation in which an author gives the plot a twist or turn unjustified by preceding action or by the characters involve...
Usually having only one or two predominant traits Flat characters Round characters Literary fiction
Are complex and many sided Round characters Flat characters surprise
Written by someone with serious artistic intentions who hopes to broaden, deepen and sharpen the reader’s awareness of lif...
Stereotypical figures who have recurred so often in fiction that we recognize them at once Stock character Static characte...
Remains essentially the same person from the beginning of the story to the end Static character Stock character Round char...
Undergoes a distinct change of character, personality or outlook Developing or dynamic  character Stock character Static c...
Controlling idea or its central insight theme Point of view fiction
The story told from the viewpoint of one character in the story Third person  limited point of view Stream of consciousnes...
Presents the apparently random thoughts going through a characters head within a certain period of time, mingling memory a...
The author disappears into one of the character First person point Of view Third person Objective point of view
The narrator into a kind of roving sound camer Objective point of view Third person First person
Something that means more than whist it suggests on the surface symbol plot mystery
The sequence of incidents or events through which an author constructs a story plot fiction allegory
A story that has a second meaning beneath the surface, endowing a cluster of characters, objects, or events of added signi...
Nonrealistic story fantasy allegory antagonist
Any force in a story or play that is in conflict with the protagonist antagonist fantasy fiction
The sequential arrangement of plot elements in fiction or drama structure conflict protagonist
A clash of actions, desires, ideas, or goals in the plot of a story or drama conflict surprise mystery
The central character in a story or play protagonist antagonist mystery
The quality in a story or play that makes the reader eager to discover what happens next and how it will end suspense myst...
An unusual set of circumstances for which the reader craves an explanation; used to create suspence mystery surprise suspe...
The exact dictionary meaning of a particular word denotation connotation imagery
Emotional word associations usually based on individual experience, regional experience or universal implications connotat...
Words that arouse the sense of sight, sound, smell, taste, or touch imagery simile metaphor
Generally introduces by like or as, a comparison of two dissimilar objects simile metaphor imagery
A comparison of two dissimilar objects without using like or as metaphor simile personification
The application of human characteristic to animals, inanimate objects or ideas personification rhythm connotation
The regularity of recurrence, which establishes a repetitive pattern of stresses and unstressed syllables Rhythm/meter Rhy...
The repetition of all sounds, beginning with the accented vowel, in two or more words rhyme rhythm meter
The repetition of initial consonant sounds alliteration assonance consonance
The repetition of vowel sounds within a line of poetry Assonance alliteration consonance
The repetition of consonant sounds within a line of poetry consonance assonance allusion
Reference to a well known historical or literary figure or event allusion form simile
An apparent contradiction that usually may contain a universal truth paradox form style
The structure or organization of the work that gives it unity, through arrangement, rhyme scheme, number or lines, etc. fo...
The use of words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of its literal meaning irony Verbal irony Situational irony
In which a person says or writed one thing and means another, or uses words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of th...
In which what happens is not what is expected  Situational irony irony Verbal irony
The writer’s attitude towards the subject or audience tone diary style
A daily record, usually private, especially of the writer’s own experiences, observations, feelings, attitude, etc. diary ...
A daily record, as of occurrences, experiences, or observations journal diary diction
Style of speaking or writing as dependent upon choice of words diction syntax tone
The study of the riles for the formation of grammatical sentences in a language syntax figurative language diction
Of the language of or involving a figure of speech, especiall a metaphor; metaphorical and not literal Figurative language...
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  1. 1. Jeopardy By: Rachel Dutton
  2. 2. The process by which the personality of a fictitious character is revealed by the use of a descriptive adjectives, phrases, or epithets Direct characterization irony Indirect characterization
  3. 3. The use of words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of its literal meaning irony allegory Indirect characterization
  4. 4. The writer reveals information about a character and his personality through that character’s thoughts, words, and actions, along with how other characters respond to that character, including what they said about him. Indirect characterization frame irony
  5. 5. A representation of an abstract or spiritual meaning through concrete or material forms; figurative treatment of one subject under the guise of another allegory frame Medieval romance
  6. 6. A literary device that uses such a narrative structure frame style Author’s purpose
  7. 7. Fantastic stories about marvel-filled adventures, often of a knight errant portrayed as having heroic qualities, who goes on a quest Medieval romance epic Direct characterization
  8. 8. An extended narrative poem in elevated or dignifies language, celebrating the feats of a legendary or traditional hero epic Satirical essay Direct characterization
  9. 9. A style of writing that criticizes or pokes fun at the subject; often uses such devicese as hyperbole and irony to get his point across; often aimed at political candidates, celebrities or situations that are absurd Satirical essay epic style
  10. 10. The way in which something is said, done, expressed or performed Author’s purpose style epic
  11. 11. The reason an author decides to write about a specific topic Author’s purpose epic style
  12. 12. The kind intended solely to entertain Commercial fiction dilemma surprise
  13. 13. A situation in which a character must choose between two course of action, both undesirable dilemma surprise fiction
  14. 14. An unexpected turn in the development of a plot surprise Happy ending twist
  15. 15. A completely unexpected revelation or turn of plot at the conclusion of a story Surprise ending Unhappy ending fiction
  16. 16. An ending in which events turn out well for a sympathetic protagonist Happy ending Artistic unity Unhappy ending
  17. 17. An ending that turns out unhappily for a sympathetic protagonist Unhappy ending surprise fiction
  18. 18. The condition of a successful literary work whereby all its elements work together for the achievement of a central purpose Artistic unity Surprise ending mystery
  19. 19. A situation in which an author gives the plot a twist or turn unjustified by preceding action or by the characters involved Plot manipulation fiction Flat characters
  20. 20. Usually having only one or two predominant traits Flat characters Round characters Literary fiction
  21. 21. Are complex and many sided Round characters Flat characters surprise
  22. 22. Written by someone with serious artistic intentions who hopes to broaden, deepen and sharpen the reader’s awareness of life Literary fiction Artistic unity Static character
  23. 23. Stereotypical figures who have recurred so often in fiction that we recognize them at once Stock character Static character Flat character
  24. 24. Remains essentially the same person from the beginning of the story to the end Static character Stock character Round character
  25. 25. Undergoes a distinct change of character, personality or outlook Developing or dynamic character Stock character Static character
  26. 26. Controlling idea or its central insight theme Point of view fiction
  27. 27. The story told from the viewpoint of one character in the story Third person limited point of view Stream of consciousness First person point of view
  28. 28. Presents the apparently random thoughts going through a characters head within a certain period of time, mingling memory and present experiences, and employing transitional links that are psychological rather than strictly logical Stream of consciousness First person pov Objective point of view
  29. 29. The author disappears into one of the character First person point Of view Third person Objective point of view
  30. 30. The narrator into a kind of roving sound camer Objective point of view Third person First person
  31. 31. Something that means more than whist it suggests on the surface symbol plot mystery
  32. 32. The sequence of incidents or events through which an author constructs a story plot fiction allegory
  33. 33. A story that has a second meaning beneath the surface, endowing a cluster of characters, objects, or events of added significance allegory fantasy plot
  34. 34. Nonrealistic story fantasy allegory antagonist
  35. 35. Any force in a story or play that is in conflict with the protagonist antagonist fantasy fiction
  36. 36. The sequential arrangement of plot elements in fiction or drama structure conflict protagonist
  37. 37. A clash of actions, desires, ideas, or goals in the plot of a story or drama conflict surprise mystery
  38. 38. The central character in a story or play protagonist antagonist mystery
  39. 39. The quality in a story or play that makes the reader eager to discover what happens next and how it will end suspense mystery surprise
  40. 40. An unusual set of circumstances for which the reader craves an explanation; used to create suspence mystery surprise suspense
  41. 41. The exact dictionary meaning of a particular word denotation connotation imagery
  42. 42. Emotional word associations usually based on individual experience, regional experience or universal implications connotation denotation imagery
  43. 43. Words that arouse the sense of sight, sound, smell, taste, or touch imagery simile metaphor
  44. 44. Generally introduces by like or as, a comparison of two dissimilar objects simile metaphor imagery
  45. 45. A comparison of two dissimilar objects without using like or as metaphor simile personification
  46. 46. The application of human characteristic to animals, inanimate objects or ideas personification rhythm connotation
  47. 47. The regularity of recurrence, which establishes a repetitive pattern of stresses and unstressed syllables Rhythm/meter Rhyme simile
  48. 48. The repetition of all sounds, beginning with the accented vowel, in two or more words rhyme rhythm meter
  49. 49. The repetition of initial consonant sounds alliteration assonance consonance
  50. 50. The repetition of vowel sounds within a line of poetry Assonance alliteration consonance
  51. 51. The repetition of consonant sounds within a line of poetry consonance assonance allusion
  52. 52. Reference to a well known historical or literary figure or event allusion form simile
  53. 53. An apparent contradiction that usually may contain a universal truth paradox form style
  54. 54. The structure or organization of the work that gives it unity, through arrangement, rhyme scheme, number or lines, etc. form style paradox
  55. 55. The use of words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of its literal meaning irony Verbal irony Situational irony
  56. 56. In which a person says or writed one thing and means another, or uses words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of the literal meaning Verbal irony Situational irony irony
  57. 57. In which what happens is not what is expected Situational irony irony Verbal irony
  58. 58. The writer’s attitude towards the subject or audience tone diary style
  59. 59. A daily record, usually private, especially of the writer’s own experiences, observations, feelings, attitude, etc. diary journal tone
  60. 60. A daily record, as of occurrences, experiences, or observations journal diary diction
  61. 61. Style of speaking or writing as dependent upon choice of words diction syntax tone
  62. 62. The study of the riles for the formation of grammatical sentences in a language syntax figurative language diction
  63. 63. Of the language of or involving a figure of speech, especiall a metaphor; metaphorical and not literal Figurative language fiction diction
  64. 64. OH NO!
  65. 65. YEAH!

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