Infer / Imply - - to suggest or to say something in an indirect way / to suppose or come to a conclusion, Point of View - - position in relation to a story being told, Perspective - - a particular attitude toward or way of regarding something, a point of view. , Voice - - refers to the rhetorical mixture of vocabulary, tone, point of view, and syntax that makes phrases, sentences, and paragraphs flow in a particular manner., Denotation  - - is the literal meaning of the word, Connotation - - use of a word to suggest a different association than its literal meaning "I'm feeling blue", Symbolism - - are often characters, settings, images, or other motifs that stand in for bigger ideas, Analysis - - tells how the author has used certain basic elements of fiction such as character, conflict, and setting, Shift (in poetry) - - could be as simple as a summary of the preceding lines, or it could be a dramatic transformation of the speaker's point of view., Theme - - a central topic, subject, or message within a narrative., Paraphrase - - formulating someone else's ideas in your own words.,

Unit 1 (The Girl Who Smiled Beads)




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