Study sets, textbooks, questions
Upgrade to remove ads
Reading Record Format
Terms in this set (37)
What character type is described as the character or force that causes conflict in direct opposition to the protagonist?
What character type is described as the main character who is forced to deal with the conflict created by the antagonist?
What type of character type is used when the writer only gives a few characteristics about a character?
What type of character type is used when the writer creates a character with multiple or even contradictory personality traits?
What type of character type is used when the writer keeps a character the exact same throughout a story?
What type of character type is used when the writer develops and changes a character throughout a story?
What type of character type is used when the writer creates a character who highlights distinct features of the main character?
What type of character type is used when the writer creates a character who has their own subplots and makes the main character and the overall theme easier to understand?
What is an image, story-pattern, or character type in which recurs frequently and evokes strong, often unconscious, associations in the reader?
Which situational archetype describes the search for someone, or something, when found and brought back, will restore fertility to a wasted land, the destruction of which is mirrored by a leader's illness and disability?
Which situational archetype refers to what mission must be accomplished in order to fulfill the ultimate goal?
Which situational archetype sends the hero off onto a search/journey/series of trials to restore harmony to the kingdom?
Which situational archetype refers to a moment, usually physiological, in which an individual comes into maturity?
Which situational archetype is the occurrence that officially brings the young man/woman into the realm of the community's adult world (should not be confused with The Initiation)?
Which situational archetype describes a descent in action from a higher to a lower state of being (Not to be confused with the awareness in The Initiation)?
Which situational archetype refers to those situations in which someone or something, concrete and/or metaphysical dies, yet is accompanied by some kind of birth or rebirth? It is the most common archetype.
Death and Rebirth
Which situational archetype refers to situations which suggest that nature is good whereas the forces of technology are bad?
Nature vs. Mechanistic World
Which situational archetype pit obvious forces which represent good and evil against another (good more than likely wins)?
Battle Between Good and Evil
Which situational archetype describes a wound(s), physical or psychological, that cannot be healed fully?
The Unhealable Wound
Which situational archetype is sometimes connected to The Task, and refers to a hero's ability to use a special object?
The Magic Weapon
Which symbolic archetype is basically good vs. bad?
Light vs. Darkness
Which symbolic archetype is about rebirth and making amends?
Water vs. Desert
Which symbolic archetype is associated with gods, or another higher power?
Heaven vs. Hell
Which symbolic archetype contrasts a safe environment to a hostile one?
Haven vs. Wilderness
Which symbolic archetype is when the greater power either sides with the hero or against him?
Which symbolic archetype is knowledge against a lower being?
Fire vs. Ice
Which color symbolizes all things intense and passionate?
Which color symbolizes wealth, happiness, illness, hazard, etc.?
Which color symbolizes peace, harmony, confidence, etc.?
Which color symbolizes anything demanding attention?
Which color symbolizes environment, healthy, good luck, fertility, etc,?
Which color symbolizes royalty, mystery, transformation, wisdom, etc,?
Which color symbolizes modesty, old age, sadness, boring, etc.?
What color symbolizes Earth, comfort, simplicity, etc.?
What color symbolizes purity, cleanliness, winter, youth, etc.
What color symbolizes power, sexuality, evil, etc.?
What are the four most common archetypal themes?
1.) Good conquers evil
2.) Love conquers evil
3.) Hate destroys
4.) Power corrupts
Sets with similar terms
Conflict and Character
Part 4: Characterization
Other sets by this creator
Vocabulary List #6
"How to Read Literature Like a Professor" Chapters…
How to Read Literature Like a Professor: Chapters…
Recommended textbook solutions
SpringBoard English Language Arts: Grade 10
The College Board
myPerspectives: English Language Arts, Grade 7
Savvas Learning Co
myPerspectives: Grade 10, Volume 2 California Edition
myPerspectives: English Language Arts, California (Grade 9, Volume 1)