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the combination of word choice (diction), punctuation, sentence construction, paragraphing, type of narrator and use of figurative language. Different styles include. There are many different styles in writing and speaking. See, e.g. archaic style, academic style, colloquial style, concise style, conversational style, descriptive style, dramatic style, emotive style, factual style, instructional style, ironic style, journalistic style, lyrical style, narrative style, neutral style, persuasive style, sardonic style, scientific style, sensational style, subjective style and verbose style.
a separate row of written words on a page of prose or poetry.
an exclamation, followed by an exclamation mark, e.g. Oh no!
the written text of a film, including the charactersâ?? dialogue, descriptions of scenes and...
the analysis (evaluation) of a piece of a literary text such as a novel, poem or play, which can...