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SWA Eng 1 Midterm 1

SWA Eng 1 Midterm #1 - (1) Plot (2) Point of View (3) Characters

QuestionAnswer
(Plot Diagram) The beginning part of the story Exposition
(Plot Diagram) The tension begins to mount as the story becomes more complicated Rising Action
(Plot Diagram) The beginning part of the story Exposition
(Plot Diagram) The tension begins to mount as the story becomes more complicated Rising Action
(Plot Diagram) The way the conflict is resolved and the story ends (aka "Denouement") Resolution
Point of View where the narrator is a A character in the story and uses words "I" and "me" First person Point of View
Point of View where the narrator speaks directly to the reader and uses the word "you" Second person Point of View
Point of view where the narrator isnot a character in the story but is on the outside looking in and knows the thoughts and feelings of only one character in teh story. Third Person Limited Point of View
Point of View where the narrator is not a character in the story but is "all knowing" (knows the thoughts and feelings of all characters in the story). Third Person Omniscient Point of View
The way the author reveals the personality of a character in a tory. Characterization
When the author tells the reader what the character is like Direct Characterization
When the author does not tell what the character is like, but shows what the character is like through what the character says, looks like, thinks/feels, does, or what others say Indirect Characterization
The main character in a story Protagonist
The character or force who is in opposition to the main character Antagonist
A character who shows no growth or change throughout the story Static Character
A character whose personality changes throughout the story Dynamic Character
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