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events that occur before the climax Plot
adds conflict for the characters rising action
the action that follows the climax falling action
the poing of greatest emotional intensity, intrest, or suspents in a narrative. Climax
the part of a plot that concludes the falling action by revealing or suggesting the outcome of conflict. Resolution
the central struggle between opposing forces in a stoy or drama Conflict
Exist when a character struggles against an outside force. external conflict
exist within the mind of a character whos torn between opposing feelings or goals. internal conflict
a person in literary work characters
the time and place in which the events occur setting
the emotional quality or atmosphere of a story or poem. mood
the attitude of a character towards the subject tone
a person or force that oposes the protagonist in a story antagonist
central character protagonist
the main idea theme
Name the 4 types of conflict man vs man; man vs self; man vs society; man vs nature
Explain the difference between mood and tone. mood is the emotional quality or atmosphere of a story or poem, tone is the attitude of a character towards the subject.
Famous Writer of Fables Aesop
What are myths a tradistional story of unnown athorship
What are fables a short simple story
what are parables a long story that teaches a moral
what is realistic Fiction something that may happen in real life.
what is science fiction? Fiction dealing with the impact of real science or imaginary.
what are folktales a traditional story passed down orally long before being written down.
Who is Paul Bunyan? the man who 'made the grand canyon'
Who is John Henry? the man who used hammers to make a railroad threw big ben mountain.
Who is Casey Jones? the man who never was late on
What is a noun a person, place, thing, or idea
What is a pronoun a substatute for a noun
what is an adjective a word describing a noun.
What is an adverb a word that modifies a verb
what is a verb an action
what is a conjunction a word that joins two words
what is an interjection an exclamitory word
what is a preposition a word that combines with a noun or pronoun
Created by: SammSamm on 2011-05-24



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