purpose in writing
The reasons you are writing: persuade, entertain , inform, describe
author directly states a charecters traits
author tells what a character looks like, does, and says and how other characters react to him or her. Reader must draw conclusions about the character.
a conversation between characters
a section of a story that interrupts the sequence of events to relate an event from an earlier time.
The use of clues that suggest events that haven't happened yet. it creates suspense.
First person pint of view
occurs when a character tells the story. THe reader only sees what this charater sees, hears or knows.
Third person point of view
occurs when a voice outside of the story narrates.
knows everything about anyone and everything
knows only one character.
characters personalities change throughout the story duw to things that happenon the story
the most important character in the story
the character that goes against the main character
the highest point of interest in the story
a struggle between 2 forces
Character against himself
Character against another character , nature or society
the sequence of events in a literary work
part that introdeces the character, setting, and basic situation
the time and place of the action
introduces the central conflict
all of the events that lead up to the climax that builds suspense
actions that tie up loose ends that lead to the resolution or end of the central conflict
the final events that end a work of fiction.
a central message or insight into life reaved throughout the wstory. It ususally teaches a lesson