Devices That Create Tension.

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Question 1

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Pathetic Fallacy is.....
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  • Where inanimate objects reflect the mood of the scene
  • Where the weather reflects the mood of the scene

Question 2

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An Ellipsis is a
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  • .......
  • ?!

Question 3

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Flashbacks are where
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  • People in the story remember their past
  • People in the story act out their past

Question 4

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Cliffhangers are where
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  • Characters are left hanging from a cliff
  • The story is stopped just before an important event might happen

Question 5

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An Onomatopoeia is where
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  • Where the sound of the word sounds like what is happening. E.G: Sizzle, drip, Splash
  • Where two words sound the same but are totally different

Question 6

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Red herrings are
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  • Where false clues are given
  • Where the main character dies at the end of the film/book

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Metonymy of gloom and horror is where
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  • Inanimate objects reflect the mood of the scene
  • Where the weather reflects the mood of the scene

Question 8

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dropping clues is where
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  • The writer puts clues in and the reader might understand but the character does not
  • The character dies at the start

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Withholding info is
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  • Where in a story about plots, the character does not tell the reader about a part of the plot.
  • Where you, Withhold info

Question 10

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Powerful adjectives are
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  • Where adjectives Kill someone
  • Where adjectives are very descriptive
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