using something to represent an idea or something else
reference in a literary work to a noun or another work of literature
interruption of the chronological sequence of an earlier occurrence
writer provides hints or clues that suggest or predict future events in a story
contrast between what's expected and what actually exists
what one thinks will happen in a situation but doesn't
one says something but means something totally different (SARCASM)
audience/reader knows more than the character(s)
words or phrases that appeal to the 5 senses
use of irony, sarcasm, ridicule, etc. to expose, denounce, or deride vice, folly, etc.
could possibly happen
fictious details with some historical facts
meant to be performed by actors in front of an audience
writing with flow, verse, or rhythm
fiction dealing with science and/or technology
giving an inanimate object human characteristics
comparison using "like" or "as"
comparison without using "like" or "as"
one who tells the story
time and place of the story
the hero (good guy) who opposes the bad guy
opposes the hero
well-developed and fully described
few qualities and undeveloped
no significant change over time
undergoes a significant change
people or thing(s) the story is about
author directly describes characters; physically described
author describes character through thoughts, dialogue, and dialogue
main events that structure a story
characters, setting, mood, and conflict are introduced and set up
narrative hook/inciting incident
events leading to the climax
turning point of story
events following climax and leading up to resolution
conflict is solved
main message of story
problem of story
man vs self
man vs nature
man vs man
man vs society
man vs technology
3rd person limited omniscient
narrator is NOT a character; NOT all-knowing
3rd person omniscient
narrator is NOT a character; all-knowing
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