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TermDefinition
Action The events that happen in a story.
Antagonist The person or force that fights againstthe hero or protaginst in a story.
Character A person or an animal that performs the action in a story.
Characterization The ways in which a writer makes a character seem real.
Conflict A problem or stuggle between two opposing forces in a story. There are five basic types of conflicts.
Dialogue The words that characters speak to each other. Dialougue is set off with quotation marks.
Main Character The most important character in a story, novel,or play. piece of lierature may have more than one main character.
Mood
Narrator
Plot
Explosition
Rising Action
Climax
Falling Action
Resolution
Point of View
First Person
Third Person Omniscient
Third Person Limited
Protaginist
Setting
Theme
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