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Key words for GCSE English Literature.

subplot A subplot is a secondary plot within a narrative.
direct Direct address is when the writer or actor directly communicates with the reader or audience.
address Direct address is when the writer or actor directly communicates with the reader or audience.
flashback A flashback is a scene set in the past.
flashforward A flashforward is a scene set in the future.
parallel Parallel plots are stories that run in parallel within a narrative.
plots Parallel plots are stories that run in parallel within a narrative.
stream Stream of consciousness is a narrative method depicting the flow of thoughts.
consciousness Stream of consciousness is a narrative method depicting the flow of thoughts.
tension Tension is the growing sense of expectation and suspense in a play.
omniscient An omniscient narrator knows everything that is going on in a story including what all the characters are thinking.
parody A parody is a humorous imitation of a person or situation.
linear A linear narrative occurs in chronological order.
narrative A linear narrative occurs in chronological order.
dual A dual narrative is a story told from two perspectives.
cyclical Cyclical narratives end at the same place they began.
antimetabole Antimetabole is when a figure of speech is repeated in reverse.
anaphora Anaphora is the repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of each clause.
parallelism Parallelism is the use of repeating words and forms for effect.
motif A motif is a recurring symbol within a novel.

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direct
address
flashback
flashforward
parallel
plots
stream
consciousness
tension
omniscient
parody
linear
narrative
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cyclical
antimetabole
anaphora
parallelism
motif

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