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an author's reason for creating a piece of work,the purpose may be to explain/inform,entertain,or persuade.
a character that stays the same through out the story;the character does not change or learn a lesson(AKA-Flat Character)
a character that changes throughout the story;the character learns from his or experiences(AKA-Round Character)
is usually the main character of a story:the character most central to the action of the story.
is techniques an author uses to develop the personality or character in a literary work.
the author interrupts the story to fill in necessary background information about the character,setting,or the problem/conflict.
told by one of the characters;only knows the thoughts feelings of himself/herself(Author uses pronouns such as I or WE)
3rd Person Limited
told by a NARRATOR who is not a part of the story; this narrator only knows the thoughts and feelings of t5he MAIN character(Author uses SHE,HE and THEY)
3rd Person Omniscient
told by a NARRATOR outside the story who knows what is happening in the minds of ALL the characters (Godlike narrator)
is the time and place in which the action of the story occurs; the where and when of a story.
is the way the author uses words,phrases,and sentences to express his or his ideas; includes the authors word choice,sentence structure,and/or other literary devices.
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