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Module 2 Vocab
Anything beyond the specific words of a literary work that may be relevant to understanding the meaning.
To infer or draw conclusions about facts or events stated or unstated in a text to provide meaning to events of a text
The overall intended feeling created in the reader by an author’s words
A recurring object, concept, structure, or representation of two contrasting elements (such as good and evil) in a work of literature.
Unique combination of ideas, values, feelings and beliefs that influences the way a writer looks at the topic. It is revealed by the tone or attitude the author takes in writing.
The topic or thing that is being discussed or dealt with directly or indirectly in a work of literature.
A color, shape, or object that represents something larger than itself or an abstract idea that is used to provide meaning to the writing beyond what is essentially being described.
The life-lesson or message an author conveys about a subject in their writing.
The attitude a writer takes toward a subject. It reflects the feelings of the writer.