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A story written out to be acted for a audience. DRAMA
The difference between what we expect and what actually happeNS IRONY
The main character PROTAGONIST
The situation turns out to be the opposite of what you expect SITUATIONAL IRONY
The time and place of drama or a story SETTING
The speaker says one thing but means something else VERBAL IRONY
The audience knows something that characters do not know DRAMATIC IRONY
The actions winds down and play ends RESOLUTION
The series of related events that make up the play PLOT
A rise as the characters face various conflicts COMPLICATION
Introduces the characters and basic situation EXPOSITION
The main conflict is ultimately decided CLIMAX
Reveal events in chronological order LINEAR STYLE
Moves back and forth in time using flashbacks NON LINEAR STYLE
Another name for tone DICTION
A attitude the writer takes toward the audience TONE
Words may have the same meaning but different emotions CONNOTATION
A person in the play CHARACTER
Another term for complication RISING ACTION
Created by: lbell07