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When an author gives hints about what will occur later in a story.
the problem the plot centers on
Four types of conflict
character vs. character, character vs. nature, character vs. society, character vs. self
The conclusion of the story
Tom's aunt. Happy and Kind
Tom's love interest
The main character, happy, selfish.
Teacher and disciplinarian the kids play a trick on to reveal his bald head painted gold and him very drunk
a dangerous criminal who murders Dr. Robinson and steals money
Becky's father and kindly town judge who watches over Huck's reward money
Tom's friend; adventurous
A comparison of two unlike things using like or as
building tension and excitement when you don't know what will happen.
Point of view
the perspective from which a story is told
Three types of Narrators (points of view)
First person, Second person, Third person limited, Third person omniscient
dishonest to honest; selfish to unselfish; irresponsible to responsible
How Tom Changes
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