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what are two types of charactaristics? direct and indirect?
what are the five elements of plot? exposition, climax, rising action, falling action, and resolution
when is the setting of a story introduced? in the exposition
Describe the exposition in rikki tikki tavi. a bungalow in india in the late 1800s.
howmany times do you need to read a story before you take a test? 3 times
what part of the story does lemon brown reveal his treasur? in the falling action
what is lemon browns treasure? a harmonica and newspaper clippings
what is the reason or reasons why characters do what they do? modivation
when the writer describes the characters, what is it called? direct characterization
when the writer reveals the characters through speech and actoin indirect characterization
the central message explained in a story theme
a reoccuring theme universal theme
the sequence of events in a story that is usually divided into 5 parts plot
introduces the setting story, charachters, and the basic situation exposition
the time and place of a story setting
the point in the stroy that introduces the conflict rising action
problem of a story conflict
the turning pouint in a story with the most tensinon climax
the part of the story where the conflict lessens falling action
the conclusion of a story resolution
the tools writers use to enhance their writing literary devices
the use of clues early in a story to hint at event that are going to happen lata. forshadowing
the place of a scece within a story to hint at events to reveal past occurences flashback
the general name given to literary techniquis that involve suprising, interesting, or amusing, contridictions irory
the form of language spoken in a particualr region or group dialect
the people, animals, or things that take place in the story characters
the way a writer reveals a characters personalitry and qualities charactarization
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