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ELEMENTS OF FICTION

FICTION

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POETRY ELEMENTS

POETRY

ELEMENT

ELEMENTS OF POETRY

TYPES OF WRITING

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TYPES

TYPES OF WRITING

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CLUE 1

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200 POINTS


Response 1

WHEN THE SETTING AND MAIN

CHARACTERS ARE

INTRODUCED

EXPOSITION

DEVELOPMENT OF THE

CHARACTERS IN A STORY

CHARACTERIZATION

COMPARISON USING LIKE OR

AS

SIMILE

"THE ODYSSEY" IS THIS TYPE

OF POEM

EPIC

LITERARY WORK CONJURED IN

THE WRITER'S IMAGINATION;

NOT NECESSARILY FACTUAL

FICTION

I GIVE YOU THE LINE YOU GIVE

ME THE ELEMENT: "BENT

DOUBLE, LIKE OLD BEGGARS

UNDER SACKS"

SIMILE

CLUE 2

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400 POINTS


Response 2

WHEN THINGS START GETTING

HEATED UP, HEADING TOWARD

THE CLIMAX

RISING ACTION

DEPRESSION, ADDICTION, FEAR

-- THESE ARE ALL EXAMPLES

OF THIS

INTERNAL CONFLICT

FORM MENTAL IMAGES THAT

APPEAL TO THE SENSES USING

DESCRIPTION

IMAGERY

POETIC PARAGRAPH

STANZA

SHORT STORY WITH A MORAL -

THINK "THE BOY WHO CRIED

WOLF"

FABLE

"AS IS THE BUD BIT WITH AN

ENVIOUS WORM, ERE HE CAN

SPREAD HIS SWEET LEAVES

TO THE AIR, OR DEDICATE HIS

BEAUTY TO THE SUN"

PERSONIFICATION

CLUE 3

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600 POINTS


Response 3

THE HIGHEST POINT OF

EMOTION IN A STORY

CLIMAX

THE GENERAL IDEA THAT A

WRITER TRIES TO CONVEY

THROUGH HIS/HER STORY

THEME

REPETITION OF CONSONANT

SOUNDS

ALLITERATION

MAIN CHARACTER WHOSE

HEROIC ACTIONS ARE

CENTRAL TO HIS/HER CULTURE

OR NATION

EPIC HERO

LITERATURE WRITTEN FOR

PERFORMANCE, TO BE ACTED

OUT FOR AN AUDIENCE

DRAMA

"SHE'S SO SWEET THE HONEY

BEES SWARM AROUND HER

MOUTH"

HYPERBOLE

CLUE 4

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800 POINTS


Response 4

THE END OF THE STORY, WHEN

OUR CONFLICT HAS BEEN

SETTLED IN SOME WAY

RESOLUTION

MILD OR VAGUE TERM

SUBSTITUTING FOR A HARSH

OR OFFENSIVE TERM

EUPHEMISM

COMPARISON IN WHICH

SOMETHING IS SAID TO

ACTUALLY BE ANOTHER

DISSIMILAR THING

METAPHOR

MUSICAL QUALITY CREATED

BY A PATTERN OF STRESSED

AND UNSTRESSED SYLLABLES

RHYTHM

TRADITIONAL STORY ABOUT

GODS, ANCESTORS, OR

HEROES; USED TO EXPLAIN

THE NATURAL WORLD OR

CUSTOMS AND BELIEFS OF A

SOCIETY

MYTH

"YOU ARE A LOVER; BORROW

CUPID'S WINGS/ AND SOAR

WITH THEM ABOVE A

COMMON BOUND." THIS

MERCUTIO QUOTE CONTAINS

THIS ELEMENT...

ALLUSION

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1000 POINTS


Response 5

THE FACT THAT WE KNEW

THAT ROMEO & JULIET WERE

GOING TO DIE BEFORE THEY

DID IS AN EXAMPLE OF THIS

DRAMATIC IRONY

STRUGGLE BETWEEN A

CHARACTER AND SOMEONE

OR SOMETHING OUTSIDE THE

CHARACTER

EXTERNAL CONFLICT

REPETITION OF VOWEL

SOUNDS

ASSONANCE

UNRHYMED POETRY THAT HAS

A REGULAR RHYTHM AND LINE

LENGTH, ESPECIALLY IAMBIC

PENTAMETER

BLANK VERSE

WRITING THAT TELLS OF

ACTUAL PEOPLE, PLACES, OR

EVENTS

NONFICTION

ROMEO: "SOME CONSEQUENCE

YET HANGING IN THE STARS

SHALL...EXPIRE THE TERM OF A

DESPISED LIFE...BY SOME VILE

FORFEIT OF UNTIMELY DEATH

FORESHADOWING

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ALL ABOUT THE AUTHOR

AUTHOR

ALL ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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GENRES

GENRES

GENRES

ELEMENTS OF LITERATURE

ELEMENT

LIT

ELEMENTS OF LITERATURE

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LITERATURE

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ELEMENT

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Response 1

A WRITER EXPRESSING AN

OPINION, OFTEN WITHOUT

CAUSE IS AN EXAMPLE OF THIS

BIAS

USING "PASSED AWAY"

INSTEAD OF "DIED" IS AN

EXAMPLE OF THIS FIGURATIVE

LANGUAGE DEVICE

EUPHEMISM

SONG LYRICS USE THIS KIND

OF WRITING

POETRY

THE MAIN CHARACTER

PROTAGONIST

THE TORNADO IN THE MOVIE

"TWISTER"

ANTAGONIST

WORDS LIKE "SNAP",

"CRACKLE", AND "POP" ARE

EXAMPLES OF THIS POETIC

ELEMENT

ONOMATAPOEIA

CLUE 2

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800 POINTS


Response 2

WRITING ABOUT ONE'S OWN

LIFE IS CALLED THIS

AUTOBIOGRAPHY

"HE WAS RUNNING AROUND

LIKE A DOG LOOOKING FOR A

BONE" IS AN EXAMPLE OF THIS

LITERARY DEVICE

SIMILE

"THE TRAGEDY OF ROMEO AND

JULIET" IS THIS GENRE OF

FICTION

DRAMA

THE VOICE WHO TELLS THE

STORY

NARRATOR

RAINSFORD IN "A SOUND OF

THUNDER"

PROTAGONIST

I GIVE YOU THE LINE OF

POETRY, YOU GIVE ME THE

ELEMENT.  "YOU ARE A LOVER:

BORROW CUPID'S WINGS, AND

SOAR..." FROM "ROMEO AND

JULIET"

ALLUSION

CLUE 3

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1200 POINTS


Response 3

THE REASON FOR WRITING

AUTHOR'S PURPOSE

"LIFE IS LIKE A BOX OF

CHOCOLATES, YOU NEVER

KNOW WHAT YOU'RE GOING TO

GET" IS AN EXAMPLE OF THIS

LITERARY DEVICE

ANALOGY

"A SOUND OF THUNDER" IS AN

EXAMPLE OF THIS GENRE

SHORT STORY

DISCUSSION BETWEEN TWO

CHARACTERS

DIALOGUE

WHEN THE MAIN CHARACTER

TELLS THE STORY

FIRST-PERSON

I GIVE YOU THE LINE, YOU GIVE

ME THE ELEMENT. "IT IS THE

EAST, AND JULIET IS THE SUN"

METAPHOR

CLUE 4

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1600 POINTS


Response 4

AN AUTHOR'S WRITING THAT

EXPRESSES HIS BIAS IS THIS

TYPE OF WRITING

EDITORIAL

COOL HEAT AND COWARDLY

HERO ARE EXAMPLES OF THIS

LITERARY DEVICE

OXYMORON

"HARRY POTTER AND THE

SORCEROR'S STONE"

NOVEL

WHEN A CHARACTER SPEAKS

TO NO ONE IN PARTICULAR,

SHARES HIS/HER INNER

FEELINGS

ASIDE

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE

CHARACTER, GIVING HIM/HER

TRAITS THROUGH

DESCRIPTION OR CLUES

CHARACTERIZATION

"DAY AFTER DAY, DAY AFTER

DAY, WE STUCK, NOR BREATH

NOR MOTION; AS IDLE AS A

PAINTED SHIP UPON A PAINTED

OCEAN" NAME THE ELEMENT

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CLUE 5

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2000 POINTS


Response 5

AN AUTHOR'S READERS

AUDIENCE

JOHN PILLING IS THE NICEST

PERSON WHO EVER LIVED IS AN

EXAMPLE OF THIS LITERARY

DEVICE

HYPERBOLE

"THE LIFE AND TIMES OF

LABRON JAMES", BY CARL Y

LEWIS, IS ONE OF THESE

BIOGRAPHY

RECURRING SYMBOL,

CHARACTER, LANDSCAPE, OR

EVENT FOUND IN MYTH AND

LITERATURE ACROSS

DIFFERENT CULTURES AND

ERAS, ESPECIALLY THE

ORIGINAL

ARCHETYPE

MERCUTIO WAS THIS TYPE OF

CHARACTER TO ROMEO, THE

HUMOR TO ROMEO'S

SERIOUSNESS

FOIL

"SHE WAS 98 YEARS OLD

BEFORE SHE KICKED THE

BUCKET!"

EUPHEMISM

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