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Point of View The perspective from which the story is told
Second Person Point of View Told from the viewpoint of one of the characters using the pronouns "I" and We"
First Person Point of View The narrator tells the story using the pronouns "You", "Your," and "Yours" to address a reader or listener directly
Third Person Point of View The narrator tells the story using the pronouns, "He," "She," and "It" when referring to a person, place, thing, or idea.
Summary Brief statement of the main events of a story
setting Where a story takes place including time period, geographical location, time etc.
Author's Purpose Goal or accomplishment that the author aimed for
Characters People, or animals and things presented as people, that are revealed by what they say and do
Protagonist The main character in the literary work
Antagonist The character who goes against, or opposes, the protagonist
Dynamic Character A character who changes throughout the course of the story
Static Character A character who remains the same throughout the course of the story
Direct Characterization The writer specifically states what a character is like
Indirect Characterization The writer reveals information about a character and his personality based on the character's actions, words, and thoughts
Conflict A dramatic struggle between two forces in a story
Man vs. Man A dramatic struggle between two characters in a story
Man vs. Self A dramatic internal struggle in a story
Man vs. Society A dramatic struggle between a character and his/her surroundings
Man vs. Nature A dramatic struggle between a character and something that is caused by nature
Fact Information based on real occurrences
Opinion A belief or view about something
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