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English final

TermDefinition
Conflict struggle between opposing forces in a story
Characters people in a work of literature
Direct characterization type of characterization whenever a writer specifically tells what a character is like
Suspense Uncertainty about what will happen next in a plot
Static character who doesn't change throughout the story
Flat character without emotional depth
Foreshadowing use of clues to hint at what will happen later
External conflict type of conflict whenever the struggle is between two characters
Resolution part of the plot where all the loose ends of the story are tied up
Internal conflict type of conflict whenever the struggle is within the character's mind
Indirect characterization type of characterization whenever a writer shows what a character is like
Characters people in a work of literature
Complications new problems that characters face as they try to solve story's main conflict
Antagonist the character that comes into conflict with the main character
Falling action occurs between the climax and resolution
Protagonist the main character in a work of literature
Exposition part of the plot that introduces the story's basic situation
Climax a story's most exiting moment and a turning point in the plot
Round character with emotional depth
Dynamic character who changes as a result of a story's action
Plot the series of events that make up a story
Rising action part of the plot leading to climax
Setting where and when the story takes place
Created by: swearzac4021