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Mrs.Damminger

Literary Terms 1

QuestionAnswer
Point of View The postion of the narrator in relation to the story
1st Person The narrator is a character in the story and uses words such as "I," "me," and "my"
3rd Person Limited This type of 3rd person is when the narrator (not in the story), follows the main character
3rd Person Omniscient This type of 3rd person is when the narrator (not in the story), follows multiple characters
Protagonist The main character in a stroy, usually the one that the reader is supposed to sympathize with
Antagonist The character that is against th emain character, or protaonist
Irony A contradiction of expectation between what might be expected and what actually occurs
Foreshadow When an author indicates or suggests something before it happens
Genre A group of literature categorized by particular content,form,and style
Setting The time,and location in which a story takes place
Euphemism A nicer way to say something
Created by: anderjo