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literary termas

literary terms

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seting where a story thake place incleds time of day year in history , time of year.
mood atmophere of the story the mood of a story is created by the setting.
theme author is massage or lesson. what do you learn from the story.
conflict problem in a STORY.
internal confilct when a character is faced to make adifficult decision.
person vs self sane as an internal a character is force to meke a defficult decision.
seting where a story thake place incleds time of day year in history , time of year.
mood atmophere of the story the mood of a story is created by the setting.
theme author is massage or lesson. what do you learn from the story.
conflict problem in a STORY.
internal confilct when a character is faced to make adifficult decision.
person vs self sane as an internal a character is force to meke a defficult decision.
external conflict problem or conflict is created by an out side force.
person vs person two people are in conflict orguing or fighting.
rising action event in a story that lead to the climax and where the story will take place.
fate vs fate a person who cannot control his/her destiny or futer.
person vs scocity a person who value and beliefe are different from scocity value.
falling action event leading to the conclusion of a short story.
man vs natural conflict is created by a force of natural this inclus whater.
conclusion resolution or end of a short story.
plot sequence of event in a short story.
narrator person telling the story the narrator in not the story author.
exposition all back ground information is given to the intercharacter.
tone narrator satting about the short attitude is created by the narrator.
narrative hook main conflict is inirdurencE.
rising action event in a story that lead to the climax and where the story will take place.
climax the mosterxciting part of the story turning point: the protagonist must take chesising.
falling action event leading to the conclusion of a short story.
conclusion re3solution or end of a short story.
narrator person telling the story the narrator in not the story author.
tone narrator satting about the short attitude is created by the narrator.
point of view how the story is told.
1st person the narrator is part of the story. is attitude is created by the narrator.
3rd limited the narrator is tells the story through the year of the character.
3rd omniscient amni-all setin knowing - the narrator another short story.
character person or animols in a short story.
major most important character in a story.
protagonist the main character good guy.
antagonist the character who creates problems for the protagonist of the dab guy.
minor adding characters needed to tell the story.
dynamic character a character was value buires or thought changing hard story.
static character a character whoset values belief are not change in the story.
indirect characteriztion the reader lears about a character though his/her thought words and or actions.
direct characterizantion the reader lears abount the outhor thorugh what other characters or thye narratir is telling the reader.
symbol somthing represent a though atitude emotion or something else.
irony the diffrens between apperans are reality wher what expected to happen.
foresshadowing hint about what will happen later in the story foreshadowing hups you predict what will happen.
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