An examination of a character in the context of the work of literature in which he or she appears.
A writing that develops two or more subjects by showing how they are alike or how they are different
brief references to principal idea or theme, plots principle characters, circumstances, principle conflict, issues of the plot, and thesis to be developed in the body of the story
focuses on developing the main elements of topic or plot
summary of important point of story or impact of plot
The series of events in a story that gives it structure and direction - motivation of story
the problem or problems characters face in a literary work - creates interest in characters and story
The time and place of a story
point of view
the perspective from which the writer tells the story (1st, 2nd, 3rd person; omniscient, limited omniscient)
A perspective in which the narrator refers to him or herself as "I" and is a character in the story
the narrator tells a listener what he/she has done or said using the personal pronoun "you" this p.o.v. is rare
"He, she, it, they" - the story is told by someone, usually not identified by name, who knows it. Usually in the past tense.
The narrator is an all-knowing outsider who can enter the minds of more than one of the characters.
a narration limited to what a single character can think, see, know, or judge