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Reading Cinderella

100 point test

anyone of the persons in a story character
main character protagonist
the character or enviroment that is against the protagonist antagonist
told by one of the characters 1st person
narroter tells story, can tell whats going on with all characters 3rd person ominicient
narroter tells the story, but can only tell what one character is thinking 3rd person limited
the time and place im which the story happens setting
message of the story theme
takes place in a characters mind internal conflict
struggles with another person, group of people with a force of nature external conflict
a series o fevents which lead from the opening of the story to the falling action plot
the story developps through a series of incidents or situation rising action
highest point of story climax
the point of the story that comes after the climax wraps everything up falling action
Created by: madiday