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Lit vocab

Plot etc

takes place within the mind of a character struggles to make a decision, take action, or overcome a feeling internal conflict
the perspective or vantage point, from which a story is told. it is eaither a narrator outside the story or a chatacter in the story point of view
central message in the literary work theme
the time and place of the action setting
creating and developing a character characterization
tells about imaginary characters and events fiction
presents and explains ideas or that tells about real people, places, objects, or events nonficton
contradition bettween what happens and what is expected irony
the feeling created in the reader by literacy work passage mood
events that introduce a conflict or struggle and increases tention rising action
the storys high point, at the eventual outcome becomes clear climax
the final outcome and tying story and other works resoluton
sequence of events in a short story and other works of fiction plot
character stuggles agains the outside,such as another person external conflict
the authors use of clues to hint at what might happen next
Created by: placke