Stream of consciousness is writing or saying everything that comes into your head in a continuous stream. Some novels have sections or are written wholly in a stream of consciousness, for example, "Mrs. Dalloway" by Virginia Woolf.
It is the first book in the Percy Jackson series.
It means exactly what it says...to write about what you know. If you know about something than you'll have more to say and have an opinion. If you don't know about a subject...there's less to say.
She wants to become rich and popular.
The necklace does not belong to them and they feel obligated to replace it.
He makes sure they are invited to an important event
He gets an invitation to a ball.
She wants to have money and for people to admire her.
She is no longer concerned about appearing rich and beautiful.
She is embarrassed by the wrap her husband brought for her.
At the beginning of The Necklace, Mathilde is vain and frustrated.
They are forced to work harder and live on less money.
Authors sometimes hint at certain ideas rather than state them directly.
Drawing the reader in without the effect of a character's voice
a man who is usually honest but occasionally lies (apex) A.
Description of a person's facial expressions
Everyone asks to be introduced to her --APEX
She is ashamed that her wrap is not as nice as her dress.
a poem about working with animals a
C.A short story about living in an apartment in a highrise building
the author mgiht hint at an idea rather than state it directly
reading a small amount of text carefully
She seems focused on beauty and leisure but she is also capable of working hard.
she is no longer ashamed of having less money than her friend
she is pretty and vain.
the characters thoughts and feelings
The necklace belongs to their friend and they feel obligatsd to replace it. apex
Indirect characterization is when the author conveys something about a character through how they act or speak rather than saying it in the narration. So an example of indirect characterization is anything that shows who a person rather than something like, "She was a very angry person."