sybolism: mountain, rope, voice
narrative voice/narrative perspective/point of narration: first person, second person, eye of god, more than one narrator: Joe Simpson, Simon Yates.
figurative language: simlie, metaphor, personification, hyperbole.
imagery: the combination of descriptive language and techniques for certain effects.
use of conflict: tension filled moments created through word choice and syntax.
syntax: sentance structures, different types have different effects
climax: syntax, word choice, dialogue
dialogue: different speaker traits
S state your point
E expand – context, where what how who why when
E examples – quotations
R response – your response, what do your examples show, what does the reader learn about the text (characters, setting, events, ideas…) and the world or people in general (human nature) make a judgement.