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858 will make us great!!!. CST Boot Camp. Brought to you by Ms. Tran  GET READY TO BE EDUCATED!!!!. 1. ALLEGORY. SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

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858 will make us great!!!

CST Boot Camp

Brought to you by Ms. Tran 

GET READY TO BE EDUCATED!!!!


1. ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


2. ALLITERATION

  • Think “LL” – L is a consonant – REPETITION OF consonant sounds

  • Live. Laugh. Love.


3. ALLUSION

  • When I say “Hakunamata” –I am referencing…THE LION KING!

  • The makers of the Scream movie ALLUDED TO Munch’s work of art “The Scream” in order to instill fear.


4. AMBIGUITY

  • Mysterious, unclear, up to interpretation

  • The end of “LADY OR THE TIGER?”


5. ANALOGY

  • Comparing two things to show likeness

  • Ex: Climbing towards 842 to climbing towards the highest peak of the mountain.


6. ANECDOTE

  • SHORT STORY

  • SAY IT WITH ME 5 TIMES!!!!!


7. ASIDE

  • Character in a play is talking to another character on the side but audience hears and not others on stage.

  • Regina tells a secret to Kate. No other characters know but Kate and the audience.


8.ASSONANCE

  • -A SOUND!!!!

  • If worse comes to worst, remember ALLITERATION has 2 L’s = consonant….so the other one, assonance, must be the VOWELS!!!


9. AUTHOR

  • You know this. Don’t be silly.


10. AUTOBIOGRAPHY

  • AUTO = CAR

  • YOU DRIVE THE CAR

  • YOU WRITE THE STORY

    If worse comes to worst, just remember you wrote one quarter 1…


11. BALLAD

  • Think BALLAD – BABY

  • Rock-a-Bye Baby:

  • Hush-a-by baby, On the tree top, When the wind blows, The cradle will rock. When the bough breaks, The cradle will fall, And down will fall baby Cradle and all.


12. BIOGRAPHY

  • BIO = LIFE

  • STORY ABOUT SOMEONE’S LIFE


13. BLANK VERSE

  • NO RHYME NO RHYTHM.

  • Blank = nothing required


14. CHARACTER

  • PERSON IN A STORY, POEM, OR PLAY

  • STATIC = doesn’t change, static on TV

  • DYNAMIC = Dynamite! Explosion! Changes!

  • FLAT = 1-2 traits, FLAT…NOT MUCH

  • ROUND = Like a REAL PERSON, has many traits


15. CLIMAX

  • CLIMB TO THE TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN!! (highest point in the story)


16. COMEDY

  • NOT NECESSARILY FUNNY.

  • THINK about smiling after something funny,

    think smiling because you’re happy…

    HAPPILY EVER AFTER.


17. COMIC RELIEF

  • FINDING NEMO = when things get serious, Dory makes a joke to provide COMIC RELIEF 


18. CONFLICT

  • Conflict rhymes with convict

  • Imagine if a convict moved in with you…how would that cause CONFLICT. He steals your toothbrush! And your cereal?!?!?!? And dates your mom!?!?!? NOOOOOO!!!


19. CONNOTATION

  • Connotation

  • Think nation

  • What do people think or feel about America?


20. COUPLET

  • 2 Lines that Rhyme = a Couple 

  • So long as men can breathe or eyes can see,

    So long lives this, and this gives life to thee.


21. DESCRIPTION

  • Author DESCRIBES as if you, the reader, were there!!!


22. DIALECT

  • DIAL the telephone = hear people talking = people talking from different areas.

  • Huntington Beach: Hey dude, what’s up bro.

  • Southern: Ain’t your mama ever taught you nothin?

  • Louisiana: New Orleans = Nawlins


23. DIALOGUE

  • Conversation between 2 + people

  • Ms. Tran: Will you guys please study for the CSTs?

  • Class: Of course! Whatever you wish, Ms. Tran! I appreciate all of your hard work and time put into helping us study so hard! You’re the best ever!

  • Ms. Tran: I love you, period __.


24.DICTION

  • Think DICTIONary….what do you find? WORDS!!!!

  • Writer’s choice of WORDS!!!


25. DRAMA

  • Story meant to be acted for an audience.

  • We are reading Romeo and Juliet, but it is supposed to be seen as a play.


26. DRAMATIC MONOLOGUE

  • Poem “From Mother to Son”

  • Mother speaks to son through the poem

  • Poem is directed to the son

  • The son = silent listener (never says anything)


27. EPIC

  • EPIC!!! WOW!!! LONG STORY!!! (about great deeds of a hero)

  • ODYSSEY = GREEK HERO ODYSSEUS’ QUEST


28. EPITHET

  • Think Epithet – het- HAT

  • Abraham Lincoln wore a top HAT

  • “Honest Abe” –descriptive phrase for him.


29. ESSAY

  • YOU WRITE THESE IN CLASS!

  • PERSONAL = free write, informal

  • FORMAL = serious, academic language


30.EXPOSITION

  • EXPO = EXPLAIN = Writing in which you explain

    Example: a cook book recipe tells you how to cook something

  • Exposition in plot = Basic Situation


31. FABLE

  • A SHORT STORY THAT TEACHES A MORAL OR PRACTICAL LESSON ABOUT LIFE

  • The boy who cried wolf fibbed (lied).

  • Think FIB – FAB. FABLE!!


32. FIGURE OF $PEECH

  • Language that is not meant to be understood on a literal level

  • “Go figure!”  don’t literally go and figure out the issue and solve problems.

  • “It cost me an arm and a leg…” $$$$

  • Worse comes to worst…


33. FLASHBACK

  • A camera FLASHES.

  • Its pictures bring us BACK to past memories.


34. FLASH-FORWARD

  • Forward = FUTURE!


35. FOIL

  • Foil shines.

  • A foil character helps to make the main character SHINE.

  • Batman = dark, mysterious, silent, strong

  • Robin = small, obnoxious, funny


36. FOLK TALE

  • Tale = told

  • Stories that are passed down through word-of-mouth


37. FORESHADOWING

  • CLUES

  • HINTS


38. FREE VERSE

  • You’re FREE to do what you want. WRITE what you want. You still have natural rhythm, but no rules are applied.


39. GENRE

  • A category of literature

  • Just remember this…


40. HAIKU

  • Japanese verse consisting of 3 lines.

  • HAIKU has 5 letters. It starts with 5 syllables.

  • KU rhymes with two. Add two, the next line has 7 syllables.

  • End back at 5 syllables.


41.. HYPERBOLE

  • He was as HYPER as the Tasmanian Devil.

  • This bowl is SO hyper!!!!

  • Think exaggeration for comic effect.


42. IAMBIC PENTAMETER

  • A line of poetry that contains 5 iambs.

  • An iamb is a unit of measure for specific poetry.

  • When you read a line of this poetry, the syllables are UNSTRESSED then STRESSED.

    but SOFT! what LIGHT through YON der WIN dow BREAKS.

    U / U / U / U / U /

    Unstressed STRESSED pattern 5 times in a line = iambic pentameter


43. IDIOM

  • Think IDIOM = IDIOT

  • “That idiot was as dumb as a door knob.”

  • Expressions that are peculiar…


44. IMAGERY

  • Language that appeals to the 5 senses.

  • CREATES IMAGES IN YOUR MIND.


45. INVERSION

  • A VERSION of the writer’s word order.

  • They write however they want for THEIR purpose or to create a certain effect.

  • THINK YODA!

  • Hungry I am.

  • Wonderful Ms. Tran is.

  • Scholars you are. 


46. IRONY

  • Contrast between expectations and reality. There are 3 kinds.

  • VERBAL IRONY: VERBAL = SPOKEN WORDS

  • SITUATIONAL IRONY: You’re in situations that you wouldn’t expect would happen.

  • DRAMATIC IRONY: You’re sitting in a theater watching a dramatic movie and you know what happens when the characters don’t.


47. LYRIC POETRY

  • Think lyrics from a song. This poetry is musical and emotional.

  • The writer of a lyric poem uses words that express his state of mind, his perceptions, or his feelings.   

  • Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?Thou art more lovely and more temperate.Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May,And summer's lease hath all too short a date.Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines,And often is his gold complexion dimmed,And every fair from fair sometime declines,By chance, or nature's changing course untrimmed.


48. METAPHOR

  • A comparison FOR 2 unlike things without the words like, than, as, or resembles.

  • THINK ABOUT THIS MATH EQUATION:

    METAPHOR (4)

    TWO (2)= 2 unlike things being compared


49. METER

  • Patterns of stressed and unstressed syllables in poetry.

  • Ways people read poetry –they emphasize certain syllables

  • Think meter …measure…way to measure syllables.


50. MOOD

  • Think moody = Feeling something?

  • The feeling a story evokes!


51. MYTH

  • Story based in a particular culture.

  • Think mythical creatures.

  • Think Lochness monster!

  • Think Big Foot!

  • Think werewolves!


52. NARRATION

  • A type of writing where the speaker tells what happens.

  • Think narrator who tells a story.


53. NARRATOR

  • Voice telling a story/ Point of view.

  • 1st person

  • Omniscient

  • Third person limited


54. Non-Fiction

  • Writing that deals with real people, real things, real events, and real places.

  • Think NON-FICTION

    NOT-FAKE


55. NOVEL

  • Fictional prose narrative usually consisting of more than 50,000 words.

  • WHAT A NOVELTY! HOW GRAND! WHAT A LONG STORY!


56. ONOMATOPOEIA

  • ONO = AWW NO!!!

  • SOUNDS. SOUNDS. SOUNDS!!!


57. PARADOX

  • PARA= not normal, strange, wondering

  • “The Gift of the Magi” – Della and Jim are the richest couple on earth. (rich in love but not in money)

  • Nobody goes to that restaurant, it's too crowded.

  • Don't go near the water until you've learned to swim.

  • The man who wrote such a stupid sentence cannot write at all.

  • If you get this message, call me; if you don't, then don't worry about it.


58. PARALLELISM

  • Repetition of words or phrases or sentences that have the same GRAMMATICAL structure

    “I came, I saw, I conquered.” – Julius Caesar


59. PERSONA

  • Mask or voice assumed by the writer

  • The author takes on another PERSON’s view point


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


ALLEGORY

  • SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something)

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

  • “The Golden Kite, Silver Wind” (2 towns building walls represent 2 countries in an arms race)


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