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fiction term


short story a brief work of fiction
plot sequence of events in a literary
exposition a witing or speed that explains a process or present
narrative hook/inciting attention grabber introduces the conflict
rising action all the events
climax the highest point of interest
falling action follows the climax
denouement/resolution tying up of loose ends
conflict struggle between opposing forces
internal conflict inside oneself man vs. himself
external conflict outside oneself-man vs. man
flat character show only one trait( 2-d)
roud character show many
static character doesn,t change
dynamic the main character/hero/heroine
protagonist the maindev
indirect characterization provides clues
point of view perspective of the person
allusion a reference to a well-known person place event
dialogue conversation between character
irony portrays differences between appearance
verbal irony when word are used to suggest
situational irony when events occur
mood/atmosphere the feeling created in work
narrator person telling the story
setting where and when the story takes place
suspense a feeling of uncertainty
theme the underlying point
tone a writer,s attitud
symbol anything that stand for something else
figurative language not meant to be interpreted lierally
Created by: lamarkbody