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lterary terms definitons

setting. where a story takes place includes time of day, your in history, time of year.
mood. atomosphere of the story, the moood of a story is created by the setting.
theme. :D author's message or lesson what do learn from the story.
conflict. ^-^ problem in a story.
*internal conflict when a character forced to make a difficult decison.
person vs. self some as an internal conflict is a character force to make diffcult
*external conflict problem of conflcit is created by an outside force
man vs. man two people in conflict argue or fight
man vs. fate a person who cannot controll his/her destiny
man vs. soceity a person vaulues and beliefs or differnet from soceity
man vs. nature conflict is created by a force of nature
plot squence of events in short story.
exposition all background information is given
narrative hook main conlficts is introuduce
rising action events in a story that led to climate
climax the most exicting part of the story turning point
falling action event leading to the conclusion of a short story.
conslusion resolution end of a story
narrator the person who tells the story
tone resoultion end of a story
point of view how the story is told
1st person the narrator is a part of the story
3rd limited the narrator tells the story through the event of one character
3rd omniscent omni-all secert knowin
characters people or animals in a story
*major most important characters in the story
protagonist the main character: the good guy.
antagonist the character who creates problems for the portangonist .
minor additonal character needed to the tell story
dynamic character a character whoes vaules, beliefs or toughts change in a short story.
static character a character who vaules ,belifes , do not change.
indireact characterization the reader learns about a character through his/her words
direact characterization the reader learns about a character.
symbol somthing represent a thought attiude emotion
irony the difference between apperence reality.
foreshadowing hints about what will happen later in the story
flat- a character with one main personality trait
round charcter with many personalityu trait.
Created by: klaleivaa.



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