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6 Written questions

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The author uses "he" or "she" or "it" to create what kind of narrator?
  2. The person or thing against the main character.
  3. The story's beginning where characters, setting, mood, and point of view are extablished; "plunges the reader into the story"
  4. The main character--often the "good guy."
  5. The all-knowing narrator who reveals the thought of several characters.

5 True/False questions

  1. limited narratorThe author tells the thoughts of one character.

          

  2. charactersThe author uses "he" or "she" or "it" to create what kind of narrator?

          

  3. styleCentral idea(s) in a piece of literature. Author's message.

          

  4. themeDistinctive type of literary writing. Some novels are fiction, non-fiction, mystery, romance.

          

  5. genreDistinctive type of literary writing. Some novels are fiction, non-fiction, mystery, romance.

          

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