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									EOG Terms- You should use your reference section pages to study these terms!

     1. setting                               41. fact
     2. mood                                  42. opinion
     3. tone                                  43. author’s background
     4. point of view                         44. historical context
     5. first person pov                      45. bias
     6. third person pov                      46. emotional language
     7. limited third person pov              47. semantic slanting
     8. omniscient pov                        48. inference
     9. dialect                               49. form
     10. theme                                50. imagery
     11. exposition                           51. simile
     12. rising action                        52. line
     13. climax                               53. stanza
     14. resolution                           54. metaphor
     15. genre                                55. onomatopoeia
     16. characterization                     56. personification
     17. direct characterization              57. free verse
     18. indirect characterization            58. rhyme scheme
     19. dynamic character                    59. rhythm
     20. static character                     60. symbol
     21. science fiction                      61. symbolism
     22. historical fiction                   62. theme
     23. realistic fiction                    63. alliteration
     24. fantasy                              64. repetition
     25. nonfiction                           65. narrative poetry
     26. poetry                               66. conflict
     27. short story                          67. internal conflict
     28. novel                                68. external conflict
     29. myth                                 69. mood
     30. legend                               70. tone
     31. fable                                71. protagonist
     32. legend                               72. antagonist
     33. drama                                73. exposition
     34. autobiography                        74. climax
     35. biography                            75. resolution
     36. essay                                76. character motivation
     37. editorial                            77. style
     38. speech                               78. foreshadowing
     39. newspaper article                    79. irony
     40. author’s purpose                     80. situational irony
                                              81. verbal irony

								
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