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18 terms

Unit 1 & 2

STUDY
PLAY
characterization
fictional personality created by the author
conflict
conflict between opposing forces
foreshadowing
hints of events to come later in the story
motivation
reason behind character's action
narrator
person telling the story
paradox
contradiction releases deeper truth
plot
sequence of events in a text
first person point of view
narroratar tells story from their point of veiw
third person point of view
narroratar is outside of the story
theme
central conflict in text
omiscient ( third persom)
narroratar knows all the character's thoughts and feelings
limited ( third person)
narroratar knows one character's thoughs and feelings
behavior
character's action, how they behave, or what they do
direct description
narrorator gives description of character
pun
play on words
representation of internal state
representation of character's feelings, representation of character's internal state.
situtational irony
when character or reader expects onething but something else happens
verbal irony
when something said is opposite of what is meant