Events that make up a story
Intro material which provides the opening parts/conditions of the story, and presents other facts necessary to understanding the story
Event that trigger a conflict
Series of events that lead to the climax
The highest point of the story (has the most emotion and the most interesting)
Series of events that lead to the result
The final unraveling of the plot, the final solution of the mystery.
is one-sided and often stereotypical
one, who like a real person, has many different character traits, sometimes contradictory
A characters qualities are fully state and by the author
reveals or describes characters and their personalities inferred from the text
the main character in a story
the character who works against the protagonist in the story
character who is used as a contrast to another character
First person narrator
character in the story who tells the tale from his/her point of view
Third person objective
the narrator is not a character in the story and reports only what can be seen or heard
Third person limited
narrator sees the world through only one characters eyes and thoughts.
opposition in a work of drama or fiction between characters or forces (especially an opposition that motivates the development of the plot)
the use of hints and clues to suggest what will happen later in a plot
a contrast between expectation and reality
the writer's attitude towards story events
The feeling evoked by the story by the writer's setting
The author's ideas about people in a story, novel, or poem
An object or character that has its own meaning but means something else
The use of words to evoke the 5 senses
A reference to a famous person or event in history
the use of words that imitate sounds
something apparently contradictory in nature (that may nonetheless be true); statement that looks false but is actually correct
A humorous play on words
the repetition of the same beginning sound
the repetition of a vowel sound (beginning)
repetition of consonant sounds
something out of place in time
putting two contradictory words together
Giving an inanimate object human characteristics
a word or phrase that is overused
Words or phrases particular to a group of people
The typical speech of a region or group
using a part of something to represent the whole thing
an exact opposite; an opposite extreme
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