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Steve Job's vocab 3

Mrs.Cupp's Class

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The final part of the plot of the story,explaining how the conflict is settled;may also answer the readers remaining questions about the plot Resolution
The voice that tells a story Narrator
The series of events in a story Plot
The person,force, or idea opposing the protagonist Antagonist
A character who remains the same throughout the story Static character
The time and place of the action Setting
A struggle between opposing forces Conflict
A conflict that occurs within a character Internal conflict
A logical guess that is made based on facts and one's own knowledge and experience Inference
A conflict that involves a character who struggles against a force outside of himself or herself, such as nature ,a physical obstacle, or another character External conflict
The most important characters in literary works Main characters
The part of the plot that provides background information and introduces the setting ,conflict, and often the main character or characters. Usually at the beginning of a literary work Exposition
Ends the exposition and sets the rest of the story in motion Inciting incident
The stage for the plot in which the story begins to draw to a close;tension eases Falling action
The main character in a story, play,or novel;they are involved in the main conflict of the story; often times the hero Protagonist
A character who undergoes important changes as the plot unfolds Dynamic character
The stage of the plot that develops the conflict things become more complicated Rising action
The less important characters is a literary works Minor characters
The people, animals, and imaginary creatures who take part in the action of the work of literature Characters
The turning point of a story usually the most exciting part makes the outcome of the conflict clear Climax
Created by: baby girl 2004