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HHAIMS Literary term

HHAIMS Literary terms

antagonist a person who is opposed, struggles against, or competes with another
character an imaginary person represented in a work of fiction
character 2nd definition a person's nature or personality
climax the highest or most intense point in the development of a story
denouement the end, the solution of a story
flashback when a character looks back into the past of a story
foreshadowing the act of providing advance indication; a hint or suggestion given beforehand
metaphor a type of figurative language where something is said to be a different object (meta-change)
narrator/narrative voice one who tells a story through a series of events
plot a sequence of events in a story
protagonist the leading character; hero
rising action the events of a plot preceding the climax
setting the place and time that a story takes place
simile a figure of speech where two unlike objects are being compared using "like" or "as"
symbol a material object or idea that represents something else
theme topic or subject of a story; central idea, message, moral
tone author's feelings about the topic
mood emotions that are implied through the story
Created by: fiskc