Paper 2 requires that we identify authorial choices and discuss how they shape meaning for the reader. Accordingly, we need to make sure we can correctly label these features in our writing. Once you have reviewed literary terms, poetic terms, and dramatic terms, take a shot at the quiz and see how you do.
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A direct comparison NOT using like or as:
2. Type of imagery pertaining to smell:
The attitude a writer takes toward the subject:
4. The arrangement of words to form phrases, clauses, and sentences
5. The repetition of vowel sounds:
6. Ordinary everyday language and speech:
7. When the reader/audience knows something that a character does not know:
8. Two things being seen or placed close together with contrasting effects:
9. General or universal idea explored by a writer:
10. An all-knowing narrator knows every character’s thoughts, feelings, and motivations.
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