The time and place of action in a story.
The sequence of events in a story.
Introduces the setting, characters, conflict, etc.
The problem in a story.
The difference in what is expected to happen and what actually happens in a story.
A problem or struggle within a character.
The turning point in a story.
The problem in a story ends.
The events leading to the turning point in a story.
Hints or clues of what is to come later in a story.
point of view
The view from which a story is told.
first person point of view
A story is told by a character in the story (Uses I)
A character's problem or struggle with an outside force.
The author's feelings about a written work.
The central idea or message in a written work.
A reference to something in a story.
third person omniscient
The "all knowing" view by a narrator.
The feeling a reader gets from a story.
A story is told by an outside narrator.
The events leading to the end of the story.
third person limited
The narrator knows only one character's thoughts and feelings.
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