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Key words for GCSE English Literature.

focus The focus of a text is its main purpose or interest.
sentence Sentence structure is the order of elements in a sentence.
structure Sentence structure is the order of elements in a sentence.
form Sentence form refers to the specific function of a sentence.
point A point of view is someone's perspective.
view A point of view is someone's perspective.
context The context is the setting and circumstance of an event.
fragmented Fragmented means broken or split into different parts.
pace Pace is the speed at which a story is told.
footnote A footnote appears at the bottom of a text to add information.
suspense Suspense is the building of tension in a plot.
overview An overview is a summary.
surprise A surprise is an unexpected event.
tragedy A tragedy is a devastating event.
viewpoint A viewpoint is someone's perspective on something.
opening The opening is the beginning of a narrative.
setting The setting is where the events in a novel or play are taking place.
character A character is a fictional person or being in a story.
dialogue British English spelling but is sometimes accepted as American spelling Dialogue is a conversational exchange.

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sentence
structure
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point
view
context
fragmented
pace
footnote
suspense
overview
surprise
tragedy
viewpoint
opening
setting
character
dialogue

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