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Jeopardy. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy. Literary Elements Characters. Literary Elements Story Form. Literary Elements Figure of Speech.

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Jeopardy

Choose a category.

You will be given the answer.

You must give the correct question.

Click to begin.

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Choose a point value.

Choose a point value.

Click here for Final Jeopardy

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Literary Elements

Characters

Literary Elements

Story Form

Literary Elements

Figure of Speech

Literary Elements

Miscellaneous

Literary Elements

Examples

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What do you call a character in a story or poem who deceives, frustrates, or works against the main character or protagonist in some way?

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Element used when a picture or imitation of a person’s habits, physical appearance or mannerisms are exaggerated in some way.

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Authors use this element when giving animals, nonhuman being, or inanimate objects human characteristics. Ex: “The tree bows before the wind”.

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What element is used when the author directly states a character’s traits or makes direct comments about a character’s nature?

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Derived from the Old French word denoer, “to untie”, it is the action that takes place in a story after the climax.

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The framework, organization, or design of a story. It is how the story is built to attract and hold the attention of a reader or listener. This contrasts with process, which is how the plot will change or evolve.

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Prefatory piece of writing, 

usually composed to introduce 

a story.

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What is the broad idea in a story or a message or lesson conveyed 

by a work?  

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A word or phrase that ordinarily designates one thing is used to designate another, thus making an implicit comparison.

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A figure of speech in which two essentially unlike things are compared, often in a phrase introduced by like or as.

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A reciprocal conversation between two or more persons.A reciprocal conversation between two or more persons.

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The related experience of the narrator, not that of the author.The related experience of the narrator, not that of the author.

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The overall feeling in a story characterized by formal or intimate, solemn or playful, serious, for example.

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The lead character, Ellen, is a 14-year old girl who sees school as something to do, not something to enjoy. She comes from a well-off uptown New York City family where the mother is a busy interior designer and her father is always away on business but travels more than he cares to travel. Ellen has an older brother, Link, who is very good friends with James. The three of them are very close friends. Ellen has a crush on James and is curious if James and Link are involved in a homosexual relationship. She is torn between her admiration of Link and her admiration of James, and begins a quest to learn more about the culture of the gay community in an effort to understand herself, her brother, and his friend. This builds to a frenzied pace as Link and James prepare to depart the safety of high school and enter the collegiate world while she faces remaining at home without her two buddies. My Heart Beat by Garret Weyr

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“I had never before seen a dog

 smile, but that is what he did”

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He had never before seen a dog smile…….

Because Of Winn Dixie by Kate DiCamillo

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Final Jeopardy

Make your wager

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Literary device in which an 

author drops subtle hints about 

plot developments to come later 

in the story.