When he author gives hints about what is next to come.
When the story takes place.
Where the story takes place.
Events leading up to the climax.
Events after the climax, leading to the resolution.
3rd Person Omnicient Point Of View
The reader knows every character's feelings, motives, and thoughts.
3rd Person Limited Point Of View
The narrator shares the thoughts and feelings of only one character.
1st Person Point Of View
The narrator is a character in the story. ( I, me, my, we, our).
The main character of the story.
The character who works against the protagonist in the story.
A disagreement or argument about something important.
The main idea or meaning of a text. Often, this is an insight about human life revealed in a literary work
The emotion that is evoked in the reader by the author.
The events are dragged out so that you are hanging on the edge of your seat, waiting to see what will happen next. It is a build-up to the climax of the story.
Something totally different than what is expected happens at the end of the story.
Irony occurs when what happens is the opposite of what you expect to happen. There is an element of humour or quirkiness to irony.
When details are given about how something looks or how someone is feeling.
Mood is how the reader feels about the story. It is usually one or two emotions:
Most exciting moment of the story.