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a reference to another piece of literature, art, music, or event from history
the character or force opposing the protagonist in a literary work
a character that stays the same throughout the story; not fully developed
a character that changes as a result of events in the plot; fully developed such that we see several aspects of his/her personality
the writer states the character's traits
the character's traits are revealed through his/her words or actions or what other characters say about him/her
beginning at one point in the plot and then returning to an earlier point in the plot
hints or clues the author gives about future events in the plot
a category of literature. The three main genres are: prose, poetry, & drama
the audience is aware of something that the character is not
the outcome of the situation is the opposite of what one expects
when you say one thing, but actually mean the opposite
the overall atmosphere or emotions of a literary piece
a long, uninterrupted speech by one character in a play
first person point of view
the story is told by one of the characters "I"
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