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English vocb 2

vocabulary english words

Protagagonist Central character or main character/hero;this ia the character withwhom the audience identifies.
Antagonist The charater or force who is opposes ( goes against) the main character.
Dynamic Character A character who changes as the plot unfolds
Static Character A character who does not change during the story
Round Character A character who has many personality and traits
Flat Character A character whois descibed in simple terms
1st person point of view When the storyis told by one of the characters using "I"
3rd peron limited A story where the narrator knows the thoughsof only one character
3rd person omniscient A story in which the narrater knows the thoughs of all the characters
Situational Irony A contrast between what the reader or character expects and what actually happens
Adulation Praise from acrowd ( flatter)
Aghast Shocked
Askew Crooked
Exorbitant Expensive
Created by: Sarahe909