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Levi A sfs A4 Englis

Plot a series of events
Exposition part of the story in which the basic situation is outlined and the characters and main conflict are introduced
Rising Action events that take place as the main character struggles to achieve his or her goals
Climax the point of highest emtionial intensity
Resolution events following the climax
Foreshadowing use of clues to hint at what is going to happen later in the story
Mood affecting the way we feel as we read
Characterization revels a character's personality
Direct Characterization the writer plainly tells us about the people who inhabit their fiction
Indirect Characterization allows you to observe a character in action
Protagonist whom you root for, main character
Antagonist conflicts with the Protagonist
Round Character has many different character traits
Flat Character has only one or two character traits
Static Character does not change in course of story
Dynamic Character live and breathe, who grows and changes during a story
Motivation reason a character behaves a certain way
Narrator different point of view
Omniscient all seeing, all knowing
First-Person I this, I that
Created by: Levi Austin