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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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Cst boot camp

858 will make us great!!!

CST Boot Camp

Brought to you by Ms. Tran 

GET READY TO BE EDUCATED!!!!


1 allegory

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

2. ALLITERATION

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

  • Live. Laugh. Love.


3 allusion

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

4. AMBIGUITY

  • Mysterious, unclear, up to interpretation

  • The end of “LADY OR THE TIGER?”


5 analogy

5. ANALOGY

  • Comparing two things to show likeness

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


6 anecdote

6. ANECDOTE

  • SHORT STORY

  • SAY IT WITH ME 5 TIMES!!!!!


7 aside

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

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

9. AUTHOR

  • You know this. Don’t be silly.


10 autobiography

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

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

12. BIOGRAPHY

  • BIO = LIFE

  • STORY ABOUT SOMEONE’S LIFE


13 blank verse

13. BLANK VERSE

  • NO RHYME NO RHYTHM.

  • Blank = nothing required


14 character

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

15. CLIMAX

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


16 comedy

16. COMEDY

  • NOT NECESSARILY FUNNY.

  • THINK about smiling after something funny,

    think smiling because you’re happy…

    HAPPILY EVER AFTER.


17 comic relief

17. COMIC RELIEF

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


18 conflict

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

19. CONNOTATION

  • Connotation

  • Think nation

  • What do people think or feel about America?


20 couplet

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

21. DESCRIPTION

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


22 dialect

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

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

24.DICTION

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

  • Writer’s choice of WORDS!!!


25 drama

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

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

27. EPIC

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

  • ODYSSEY = GREEK HERO ODYSSEUS’ QUEST


28 epithet

28. EPITHET

  • Think Epithet – het- HAT

  • Abraham Lincoln wore a top HAT

  • “Honest Abe” –descriptive phrase for him.


29 essay

29. ESSAY

  • YOU WRITE THESE IN CLASS!

  • PERSONAL = free write, informal

  • FORMAL = serious, academic language


30 exposition

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

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

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

33. FLASHBACK

  • A camera FLASHES.

  • Its pictures bring us BACK to past memories.


34 flash forward

34. FLASH-FORWARD

  • Forward = FUTURE!


35 foil

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

36. FOLK TALE

  • Tale = told

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


37 foreshadowing

37. FORESHADOWING

  • CLUES

  • HINTS


38 free verse

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

39. GENRE

  • A category of literature

  • Just remember this…


40 haiku

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

41.. HYPERBOLE

  • He was as HYPER as the Tasmanian Devil.

  • This bowl is SO hyper!!!!

  • Think exaggeration for comic effect.


42 iambic pentameter

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

43. IDIOM

  • Think IDIOM = IDIOT

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

  • Expressions that are peculiar…


44 imagery

44. IMAGERY

  • Language that appeals to the 5 senses.

  • CREATES IMAGES IN YOUR MIND.


45 inversion

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

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

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

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

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

50. MOOD

  • Think moody = Feeling something?

  • The feeling a story evokes!


51 myth

51. MYTH

  • Story based in a particular culture.

  • Think mythical creatures.

  • Think Lochness monster!

  • Think Big Foot!

  • Think werewolves!


52 narration

52. NARRATION

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

  • Think narrator who tells a story.


53 narrator

53. NARRATOR

  • Voice telling a story/ Point of view.

  • 1st person

  • Omniscient

  • Third person limited


54 non fiction

54. Non-Fiction

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

  • Think NON-FICTION

    NOT-FAKE


55 novel

55. NOVEL

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

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


56 onomatopoeia

56. ONOMATOPOEIA

  • ONO = AWW NO!!!

  • SOUNDS. SOUNDS. SOUNDS!!!


57 paradox

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

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

59. PERSONA

  • Mask or voice assumed by the writer

  • The author takes on another PERSON’s view point


Allegory

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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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)


Allegory2

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)


Allegory3

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)


Allegory4

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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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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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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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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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)


Allegory9

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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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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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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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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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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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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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)


Allegory16

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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ALLEGORY

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

  • ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

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