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Literature/L.A. 8th

Units 4 & 5 and Shakespeare pt 3

Aside words that are spokenk, usually in an undertone, that are not intended to be heard by all characters.
comedy address used in literature to provide a break form the seriousness or sadness of the story
direct words that tell the reader who is being addressed
inciting moment when the firat bit of action occurs which begins the plot
crisis the point where the protagonist's situation will eather get worse or better
monologue when only one person is speaking on stage
soliliquy a long speech that expresses the thoughts of a character who is alone on stage.
resolution the end of the central conflict
dramatic foil a character whose purpose is to show off another character.
denovement sometimes included after the resolution as the final explainations or outcome of the plot.
falling action the point in the plot, after the climax which is the turning point of the story
Created by: chefgrace03