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Literary Devices from A to Z – Brought to you by the letter Q

      is for (Rhetorical) Questions       Q is another one of those weird letters for which I really couldn’t find a device, so I’ll have to fudge it (just a bit). Q is for questions of … Continue reading

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Literary Devices from A to Z – Brought to you by the letter P

      is for Protagonist       A protagonist is the main character in a story. S/he may be cast as hero or anti-hero. I tend to cast my protagonists in the role of narrator in my stories, … Continue reading

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Literary Devices from A to Z – Brought to you by the letter N

      is for Narrator       The narrator is the person who tells the story. Narrators can be protagonists of a story, secondary characters in the story, or an unnamed persona uninvolved as a character in the … Continue reading

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Literary Devices from A to Z – Brought to you by the letter M

      is for Mood       Mood (often called “atmosphere“) is the feeling a piece of writing evokes in the reader. This is often done through narrative tone, description and setting. After Molly finds Stanley’s body in … Continue reading

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