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pointofview
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theme
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tone
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mood
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plot
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alliteration
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irony
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hyperbole
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personification
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setting
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metaphor
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characterization
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foreshadowing
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imagery
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figurativelanguage
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rhyme
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satire
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parody
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simile
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onomatopoeia
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claim