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5 Matching questions

  1. Third Person Objective
  2. Antagonist
  3. Round Character
  4. Rising Action
  5. Plot
  1. a A series of events that builds from the conflict.
  2. b character with many personality traits (many details given). A character who demonstrates some complexity and who develops or changes in the course of a work
  3. c Sequence of events in a story
  4. d A character or force in conflict with the main character
  5. e The narrator is an outsider who can report only what he or she sees and hears. This narrator can tell us what is happening, but he can't tell us the thoughts of the characters.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A moment of sudden revelation or insight
  2. A form of novel in which magic, mystery, horrors, and chivalry abound; works having extravagant characters, remote or exotic settings, adventure, magic, chivalry, and love.
  3. Events after the climax, leading to the resolution
  4. a character in the story is actually telling the story himself/herself
  5. a sudden and unexpected change of fortune or reverse of circumstances (especially in a literary work)

5 True/False questions

  1. StyleA character who is in most ways opposite to the main character (protagonist) or one who is nearly the same as the protagonist. The purpose of the foil character is to emphasize the traits of the main character by contrast only


  2. ProtagonistA character or force in conflict with the main character


  3. Third Person OmniscientNarrator sees the world through only one characters eyes and thoughts.


  4. Regional Novelfull-length fiction book, using historical facts as its basis for plot or setting, but including imaginary characters and dialogue.


  5. ExpositionA narrative device, often used at the beginning of a work that provides necessary background information about the characters and their circumstances.