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Characterization

TermDefinition
conflict A struggle between opposing forces
external conflict Conflict that takes place outside of the body
internal conflict Conflict that takes place inside the body
man vs man One person struggling with another person or persons
man vs nature Character struggles to survive in nature
man vs society Struggle between a character and rules and customs of society
man vs self Struggle in your mind; against your conscious
antagonist Secondary character (bad guy)
protagonist Main character (good guy)
character a person or an animal that performs the action in a story
characterization the way in which a writer creates a character
dialogue the words that characters speak to each
central character the most important character in a story,novel,or play, A piece of literature may have more than one
mood the feeling a reader gets from the story
narrator the person or character who is telling the story
plot the story action,witch is a series of event called a plot line. A typical plot line contains five parts
exposition the beginning of a story,when the setting,characters and conflict are introduced
rising action a series of events that occur after the exposition and lead to the climax of the story.
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