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INFORMATIVE. ABSTRACT. NARRATIVE. Research/ Biography. Expository Essay. Creative Nonfiction. Fiction/ Novel. Lyric Poetry. Narrative Poetry. Genre. Literary Device “a writer’s tool belt”. FORM (poem):. PLOT (story):. Allegory. Line break Stanza break Rhythm/ Pacing Speaker.

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INFORMATIVE

ABSTRACT

NARRATIVE

  • Research/ Biography
  • Expository Essay
  • Creative Nonfiction

Fiction/ Novel

Lyric Poetry

Narrative Poetry

Genre

Literary Device“a writer’s tool belt”

  • FORM (poem):
  • PLOT (story):
  • Allegory
  • Line breakStanza breakRhythm/ PacingSpeaker
  • SettingAllusionForeshadowFlashbackNarrator

Literary Elements

  • Theme
  • Characterization
  • SOUND & FORM

FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE

  • SPEAKER & TONE
  • WORD/ WORD ORDER

ImageMetaphor (Simile)SymbolismHyperbolePersonification

  • Diction*ConnotationSyntaxPunOxymoron
  • Paradox
  • Point-of-ViewTone
  • VernacularIrony
  • RepetitionRhymeAlliterationAssonanceOnomatopoeia

Literary Device

* Literature: writingsin which expression and form, in connection with ideasof permanent and universalinterest, are characteristic or essential features, aspoetry,novels, history, biography, and essays. (Writing consists of word choice.)