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Character that stays the same throughout the story, hardly ever changes.
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Character that stays the same throughout the story, hardly ever changes.
What is static
Developing characters in a story
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Developing characters in a story
What is characterization
Character with more complete description or detail than a flat character.
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Character with more complete description or detail than a flat character.
What is dynamic
The author tells you what the characters are like
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The author tells you what the characters are like
What is direct characterization
The author wants you to infer what the characters are like
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The author wants you to infer what the characters are like
What is indirect characterization
The clash between opposing forces; struggle
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The clash between opposing forces; struggle
What is conflict
The most intense or crucial moment or event when the tension reaches a peak.
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The most intense or crucial moment or event when the tension reaches a peak.
What is climax
The story examines the consequences of the climax and the tension fades.
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The story examines the consequences of the climax and the tension fades.
What is falling action
How the story's central problem is resolved; bringing the conflict to an end.
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How the story's central problem is resolved; bringing the conflict to an end.
What is resolution
The beginning of the story where the characters and situation is introduced
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The beginning of the story where the characters and situation is introduced
What is exposition
The events in the story
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The events in the story
What is plot
Time and place in which the narrative occurs.
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Time and place in which the narrative occurs.
What is setting
A topic of discussion, writing; moral
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A topic of discussion, writing; moral
What is theme
The feelings that the author intends for you to feel
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The feelings that the author intends for you to feel
What is mood
The language or diction that the author uses
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The language or diction that the author uses
What is style
The repitition of initial sounds; consonant sounds
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The repitition of initial sounds; consonant sounds
What is alliteration
Words of which the sound suggests meaning; Pow
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Words of which the sound suggests meaning; Pow
What is onomatopoeia
A comparison two unlike objects or concepts using like or as.
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A comparison two unlike objects or concepts using like or as.
What is simile
An exaggerated figure of speech.
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An exaggerated figure of speech.
What is hyperbole
Figure of speech giving humal like characteristics to non-human objects.
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Figure of speech giving humal like characteristics to non-human objects.
What is personification
The perspective in which the story is told
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The perspective in which the story is told
What is point of view
Telling the story yourself, using I, me, my
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Telling the story yourself, using I, me, my
What is first person
Telling the story using he/she; the author lets you know what everyone is thinking/feeling
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Telling the story using he/she; the author lets you know what everyone is thinking/feeling
What is third person omniscient
The author tells the story from one person's point of view using he/she
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The author tells the story from one person's point of view using he/she
What is third person limited
The two type of conflict within a story
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The two type of conflict within a story
What is internal and external
The literary name for the hero of a story
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The literary name for the hero of a story
What is protagonist




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