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3rd person objective
the narrator gives observation details but does NOT have access to the thoughts or feelings of characters or backgrounds into previous experiences or situations
3rd person Omniscient
all knowing perspective. into about backgrounds, characters' thoughts and feelings
a character that is most important to the plot of a story and most frequently mentioned
a character that is least important to the plot of a story and less frequently mentioned
a character that only shows one major personality trait (stereotypical, Mrs. Danvers)
a character that shows more than one personality trait (Rebecca, Maxim, Mrs. De Winter)
most used- when character traits are reviled in a series of hints and clues that a reader must interrupt
a literary element that provided humor because of a contradiction between appearance and reality or when there is difference in point of view between a reader and a character
symbolism particular to a literature or a specific piece of literature; anything that represents an idea bigger than itself
the literary element that describes the structure of a story, it shows the arrangement of events and actions within a story
literary device that allows the author to interrupt the action to describe a scene from the past
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