The theme is the central point, or underlying meaning, of a story or book. ( Examples of themes include love of nature, the importance of cherishing life, or the inevitability of death. A theme is not always expressed directly, but it will be the guiding force behind the work.)
The plot is also called the story line. it is the sequence of events.
The mood is the emotion or atmosphere of the story.
The setting is when and where the story takes place.
The characters are the people in the story.
The tone of a novel or short storyreflects the the attitude or view point of the author towards the subject matter or story.
point of veiw
Point of view is the the perspective from wich a narrative is told
The shape of a poem, arrangements of words on a page- elements of form include. lines, stanzas., free verse, etc
as in fiction, langue or word choice is crucial in poetry
Poetry relies o heavily on imagery to describe objects, moods, or ideas.
a hyperbole is an exageration for the purpose of empisis.
a metaphor compares two different things by describing one thing, as though it was the other thing. Metaphors do not use a word like or as.
a comparison between two different things using words like or as.
is the representation of ideas for things by other images or symbols.
the giving of human qualities to animals, ideas, or objects.
words that sound like the things they name.
words that have the same ending sound.
using a word more than once in the same or nearby sentence for effect or to make a point.
repetition of initial consonant sounds.