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Lit Elements Quiz

Literary Elements Quiz for Mrs. Tobias's Class

The actual words a character speaks dialogue
The problem(s) introduced in the plot conflict
The "when" and "where" of the story setting
Person telling the story narrator
An overall feeling or tone of the story mood
The sequence of events that take place plot
The point in the story where tension begins to decline and conflict begins to be resolved falling action
An interruption in plot to go back to a previous time flashback
A "page-turner", "sitting on the edge of your seat" describes suspense
Point of View in which the narrator knows a lot about one character only third person limited
The highest point of suspense, interest in the story climax
The point of view in which the main character tells the story and uses personal pronouns such as "I", "my", and "me" first person
The point in the story in which tension rises and conflicts are introduced rising action
When a situation outcome is opposite of what is expected irony
When an author gives hints and clues as to something that might happen later in the story foreshadowing
The point in the story in which conflicts are resolved resolution
In plot development where setting, plot, and characters are introduced to the reader exposition
The people or animals that take part in the plot of a story characters
Her hair is like a smooth piece of black obsidian. This is an example of what? simile
My room is my sanctuary, a bubble protecting me from the outside chaos. This is an example of what? metaphor
The tree lazily waved goodbye as I rode away on my bike. This is an example of what? personification
The dog ran off with a loud yelp! onomatopoeia
Created by: dcollier



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