a play written for television
the main message or moral an author wishes to communicate to the reader
a type or category of literature, such as fiction, nonfiction, poetry, or drama
fiction based on real or imagined scientific developments (often involves space travel or time travel)
point of view
the perspective from which a story is told
a point of view where the narrator is a character in the story (uses I, me, we, etc.)
a point of view where the narrator is not a character (uses he, she, they, it, etc.)
third person omniscient
a point of view that allows the narrator to relate the thoughts and feelings of ONE character
a person, place, object, or action that stands for something beyond itself
words that characters speak aloud
a force working against the protagonist (can be another character, society,
nervous or confused
showing great concentration or determination
refusing to give up; continuing stubbornly
hopeful about the future; confident
willing to stand up to opposition; bold
to cause to appear guilty
in accordance with accepted practices; reasonable
a personal way of acting; odd mannerism
twisted or pulled out of shape
radioactive particles that fall to earth after a nuclear explosion
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