Language Arts Exam; Reading comprehension

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Mood

A state of mind or feeling

Setting

happening at a specified time and/or in a specified place

Climax

the most intense, exiting, or important point of something

Man vs. Self

The main character in the story has a problem with themselves.

Person vs. Person

a conflict between two or more characters of the same kind

Man vs. Society

a main character main source of conflict in social traditions or concepts

Man vs. Nature

character is forced to battle with their surroundings

Man vs. Fate

when one attempts to break free of a predetermined path before him chosen without his knowledge.

Protagonist

the leading character or one of the major characters

Antagonist

a person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or something

Flat characters

Flat characters are two-dimensional, in that they are relatively uncomplicated and do not change throughout the course of a work.

Round characters

By contrast, round characters are complex and undergo development, sometimes sufficiently to surprise the reader.

Static character

a literary character who remains basically unchanged throughout a work

Dynamic character

A person who does not change throughout a story.

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