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Elements of a short story:Structure Notes

QuestionAnswer
What is the plot? the action that makes up a story
What is the exposistion? opening part of the story
What is the rising action? centeral partof the story during when the conflit is delt with
What is the climax? time when the conflict is strongest
What is the falling action? the end of the story, where the charator changes
What is a conflict? problem or strugglebetween to forces
What are the 2 types of conflict? External and Internal
What is an external conflict? problem w/force outside one's self
What is internal conflict? problem w/in 1 self
What is Man v.s. Man? problem between 2 people
What is Man v.s. Nature? problem between person and an element of nature
What is Man v.s Society? problem between a person and society
What is the climax? time when the conflict is strongest
What is the falling action? the end of the story, where the charator changes
What is a conflict? problem or strugglebetween to forces
What are the 2 types of conflict? External and Internal
What is an external conflict? problem w/force outside one's self
What is internal conflict? problem w/in 1 self
What is Man v.s. Man? problem between 2 people
What is Man v.s. Nature? problem between person and an element of nature
What is Man v.s Society? problem between a person and society
What is Man v.s. Himself/Herself? problem between a person and their own mind
What is a character? person, animal in the story
What are the 4 chartaacteristics of a person? 1) sharing person's thoughts,actions,ect. 2)his or her apperience 3) showing others in the story think of a character 4) others say about him/her how others react
What are protagonists? main character or hero
What is an antagonist? person of force that work against hero
Whay is a setting? place and time
What is a place? location
What is the time? year, month, or date of the story
What is Man v.s. Himself/Herself? problem between a person and their own mind
What is a character? person, animal in the story
What are the 4 chartaacteristics of a person? 1) sharing person's thoughts,actions,ect. 2)his or her apperience 3) showing others in the story think of a character 4) others say about him/her how others react
What are protagonists? main character or hero
What is an antagonist? person of force that work against hero
Whay is a setting? place and time
What is a place? location
What is the time? year, month, or date of the story
Created by: lcat
 

 



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