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Unit 1 Terminology- Short Stories English 9
Character/Characterization
Figurative Language
Irony
Narrator
Description of personality traits
Language that deports from literal meaning to create a specia…
A contrast between appearance and reality. Three kinds of iro…
A person who gives an account or tells the story of events, e…
Character/Characterization
Description of personality traits
Figurative Language
Language that deports from literal meaning to create a specia…
35 terms
English Short Story Terminology
Short Story
Plot
Initiating incident
Rising action
5-60 pages, too short to be published as novel, 3 elements: p…
Series of actions of what happens in the story (5 parts: init…
Reader meets the characters and setting, happens at the end o…
Longest part of story, builds up and leads to climax, reader…
Short Story
5-60 pages, too short to be published as novel, 3 elements: p…
Plot
Series of actions of what happens in the story (5 parts: init…
Short Story Terminology #1
short story
plot
setting
narrator
a piece of prose fiction, usually under 10,000 words.
Also called storyline. the plan, scheme, or main story of a l…
the locale or period in which the action of a novel, play, fi…
a person who gives an account or tells the story of events, e…
short story
a piece of prose fiction, usually under 10,000 words.
plot
Also called storyline. the plan, scheme, or main story of a l…
25 terms
English short story terminology
plot
exposition
rising action
climax
sequence of events in a literary work
introduces the setting, characters, situation (including conf…
events leading up to the climax
highest point of interest
plot
sequence of events in a literary work
exposition
introduces the setting, characters, situation (including conf…
38 terms
English short story terminology
short story
charcater
round character
flat character
a brief story of fiction, where, usually, the main character,…
a person in the story, poem, or play.
fully developed, has many different character traits.
stereotyped, one-dimensional, few traits.
short story
a brief story of fiction, where, usually, the main character,…
charcater
a person in the story, poem, or play.
20 terms
English Short Story Terminology
First Person Limited
First Person omniscient
Third Person Limited
Third Person Omniscient
When the main character Narrates his own experiences and obse…
When a higher all knowing being narrates from his point of view
narrator knows only the thoughts and feelings of a single cha…
Narrator knows the thoughts and feelings of all characters in…
First Person Limited
When the main character Narrates his own experiences and obse…
First Person omniscient
When a higher all knowing being narrates from his point of view
11 terms
English Short stories Terminology
protagonist
antagonist
Dyamic
static
the story is about this character
a character who usually creates conflict for the main character
a character who changes in his or her personality
a character who does not change
protagonist
the story is about this character
antagonist
a character who usually creates conflict for the main character
34 terms
English Short Literature Terminology
Plot
Climax
Exposition
Rising Action
The events that happen in the story
The most critical point of conflict (often the turning point)
The story's background information
The events leading to climx where the conflict is introduced
Plot
The events that happen in the story
Climax
The most critical point of conflict (often the turning point)
51 terms
Short Story Terminology(English)
Protagonist
Antagonist
Point of view
First Person point of view
The main character in the story, novel, or play
The character who struggles or fights against the protagonist
The perspective from which the story is told
When the narrator is told by one of the characters from the "…
Protagonist
The main character in the story, novel, or play
Antagonist
The character who struggles or fights against the protagonist
9 terms
English short story terminology
Round
Flat
Dynamic
Static
Many characteristics
Limited character
Undergoes a significant or permanent change
Remaining the same throughout the story
Round
Many characteristics
Flat
Limited character
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CJHS English 8 Short Story List #1
audacity
commence
fate
imperceptible
(noun) shameless daring and boldness
(verb) to begin
(noun) a power that is thought to determine the course of eve…
(adjective) subtle; not plain to the senses
audacity
(noun) shameless daring and boldness
commence
(verb) to begin
24 terms
English 1: Elements of a Short Story
Setting
Conflict
External Conflict
Internal Conflict
Time and place the story takes place. Can also include weathe…
Writers must introduce and develop this in order to achieve a…
Struggle between a literary or dramatic character and an outs…
Struggle occurring within a character's mind. Man vs. Self
Setting
Time and place the story takes place. Can also include weathe…
Conflict
Writers must introduce and develop this in order to achieve a…
61 terms
English 12 - Short Story Terminology
Chronological
Flashback
Foreshadowing
Exposition
Plotted stories that move in time order
An earlier event is inserted into the normal chronological or…
Hints and clues that tip a reader off as to what is coming la…
The start of a story
Chronological
Plotted stories that move in time order
Flashback
An earlier event is inserted into the normal chronological or…
118 terms
English 1 Midterm (Short Stories,Novel Part, and Terminology)
what has George told Lennie about that…
Why does Lennie have a dead mouse in h…
Why does George order Lennie not to ta…
what happened to all of the mice that…
the rabbits
to pet it because it is soft
George says that if the boss hears Lennie talk before he sees…
Lennie killed them
what has George told Lennie about that…
the rabbits
Why does Lennie have a dead mouse in h…
to pet it because it is soft
Terminology Short Story 1
Situational Irony
Verbal Irony
Dramatic Irony
Dynamic character
Irony where there is an inconsistency between appearance and…
A figure of speech that is said in the opposite of what it me…
Incongruity between what a character says and thinks and what…
a character who undergoes a permanent change in some aspects…
Situational Irony
Irony where there is an inconsistency between appearance and…
Verbal Irony
A figure of speech that is said in the opposite of what it me…
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English I short story terminology
Allusion
Ambiguity
Antagonist
Anthropomorphism
..., a reference to something literary, mythological, or hist…
..., unclearness by virtue of having more than one meaning
...The character in opposition with the main character
...assignment of human characteristics to gods, animals, or i…
Allusion
..., a reference to something literary, mythological, or hist…
Ambiguity
..., unclearness by virtue of having more than one meaning
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English 1302 SHORT STORY TERMINOLOGY
Plot
The initial incident
The rising action
The climax
The sequence of events or incidents of which a story is compo…
The conflict in the story is a established.
The conflict becomes more intense, the suspense builds.
The turning point in the story, the moment the conflict begin…
Plot
The sequence of events or incidents of which a story is compo…
The initial incident
The conflict in the story is a established.
15 terms
english 1 short vocabulary
Ornate (adj.)
Sprightly (adj.)
Surveying (v.)
Gradations -(n.)
elaborately adorned... there is a ornate painting
animated, viacious, or gay(happy); lively... i was sprightily a…
to study... I was surveying my math notes.
transitions from one color, tone, or surface to another throu…
Ornate (adj.)
elaborately adorned... there is a ornate painting
Sprightly (adj.)
animated, viacious, or gay(happy); lively... i was sprightily a…
37 terms
English 9 Short Literature Terminology
Plot
Climax
Exposition
Initial Incident
The events that happen in the story
The most critical point of conflict (often the turning point)
The story's background information
The critical event that gets the story going
Plot
The events that happen in the story
Climax
The most critical point of conflict (often the turning point)
20 terms
Terminology 1-short
large
one
three
under or below
macro
mono
tri
sub
large
macro
one
mono
40 terms
English 12 Short Story Terminology
Foil Character
mood/atmosphere
Allegory
Allusion
contrast with protagonist to accentuate the character's disti…
the prevailing feeling created in the story
have a deeper level of meaning behind their coherent plot (ex…
reference to another work of literature, art, person or event
Foil Character
contrast with protagonist to accentuate the character's disti…
mood/atmosphere
the prevailing feeling created in the story
31 terms
English 10 Short Story Terminology
Length of Short Story
Focus on Plot
Focus on character
Focus on Settiing
1-40 pages
Attention is focused on the action and events leading up to t…
develops the personality of a character
Purpose is to illustrate the influence a certain environment…
Length of Short Story
1-40 pages
Focus on Plot
Attention is focused on the action and events leading up to t…
61 terms
English 12 - Short Story Terminology
Chronological
Flashback
Foreshadowing
Exposition
Plotted stories that move in time order
An earlier event is inserted into the normal chronological or…
Hints and clues that tip a reader off as to what is coming la…
The start of a story
Chronological
Plotted stories that move in time order
Flashback
An earlier event is inserted into the normal chronological or…
24 terms
English 10 Terminology - Short Stories
Plot
Introduction
Rising action
Climax
Events of the story
Reader meets characters and setting.
builds up the story - the longest part
reader finds out what happened to the conflict
Plot
Events of the story
Introduction
Reader meets characters and setting.
25 terms
English 10 - Short Story Terminology
Allusion
Character
Conflict
Denotation
A reference to another common text
Persons presented in a dramatic or narrative work, who are in…
Struggle between opposing forces, usually resolved by the end…
The dictionary meaning of a word
Allusion
A reference to another common text
Character
Persons presented in a dramatic or narrative work, who are in…
25 terms
LAA ENGLISH 10 Short Story Terminology
Atmosphere
Characterization
Protagonist
Antagonist
the general mood, feeling or spirit of a story
the way that the author creates characters
the main character who is faced with a problem
the person, place, idea, or physical force against the protag…
Atmosphere
the general mood, feeling or spirit of a story
Characterization
the way that the author creates characters
10 terms
Osburn English 8 Short Story List #1
audacity
commence
fate
imperceptible
(noun) shameless daring and boldness
(verb) to begin
(noun) a power that is thought to determine the course of eve…
(adjective) subtle; not plain to the senses
audacity
(noun) shameless daring and boldness
commence
(verb) to begin
13 terms
ENGLISH SHORT STORIES 1
antipathy
intermittent
regressive
paramount
Powerful and deep dislike
Occurring from time to time
Returning to an earlier or less Advanced conditions
Supreme; dominant
antipathy
Powerful and deep dislike
intermittent
Occurring from time to time
20 terms
English short stories #1
Foreshadowing
Characterization
Setting
Conflict
refers to the use of hints or clues about what is going to ha…
Is the way a writer brings a character to life. It refers to…
where the story takes place
The source of tension in a story, the struggle between opposi…
Foreshadowing
refers to the use of hints or clues about what is going to ha…
Characterization
Is the way a writer brings a character to life. It refers to…
20 terms
English short stories #1
Foreshadowing
Characterization
Setting
Conflict
Hints or clues from the story that suggest what might happen.
Is the way a writer brings a character to life. It refers to…
...
The source of tension in a story, the struggle between opposi…
Foreshadowing
Hints or clues from the story that suggest what might happen.
Characterization
Is the way a writer brings a character to life. It refers to…
10 terms
English Short Story 1
Garrulous
Monotonous
Imperturbable
Sodden
Excessively talkative in a rambling manner - negative connota…
Lacking in variety - Negative connotation used to describe su…
Very calm very hard to distract or disturb - Neutral Connotat…
Saturated with liquid or soaked through - Neutral connotation…
Garrulous
Excessively talkative in a rambling manner - negative connota…
Monotonous
Lacking in variety - Negative connotation used to describe su…
19 terms
Unit 1: Short Story Terminology
Active Reading Strategies
Characterization
Climax
Conflict
A plan used to comprehend literature: visualize, connect, sum…
The methods that a writer uses to develop characters
The moment where the main conflict is resolved.
Struggle between two or more opposing forces.
Active Reading Strategies
A plan used to comprehend literature: visualize, connect, sum…
Characterization
The methods that a writer uses to develop characters
10 terms
English - Short Story Vocabulary List #1
Subtle:
Tight Ship:
Slithered:
Bionic:
delicate or mysterious; understated
orderly and structured
to move unsteadily; walk or go in a sliding motion
having superhuman strength and powers, with the aid of devices
Subtle:
delicate or mysterious; understated
Tight Ship:
orderly and structured
13 terms
English 1 Short Story
Setting
Conflict
External Conflict
Internal Conflict
Story's Time And Place
Struggle
Battle With An Outside Force
Battle Within The Mind Of A Charatcer
Setting
Story's Time And Place
Conflict
Struggle
51 terms
english II short story literary terminology
allegory
allusion
anecdote
antagonist
a story, poem, or picture which can be interpreted to reveal…
an experience designed to call something to mind without ment…
short amusing or interesting story about a real incident or p…
a person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
allegory
a story, poem, or picture which can be interpreted to reveal…
allusion
an experience designed to call something to mind without ment…
17 terms
Short Story Vocabulary - English 1
Phantoms
Entranced
Ebbing
Tangible
things seen, heard or sensed, but having no physical reality
fill someone with wonder and delight; holding their attention
to move away or recede
possible to be touched or felt
Phantoms
things seen, heard or sensed, but having no physical reality
Entranced
fill someone with wonder and delight; holding their attention
9 terms
English 1: short stories
Why is Rainsford on a yacht at the beg…
What is the first clue in the story th…
On the yacht, Rainsford hears the reco…
"They were eating borsch, the rich, re…
D. He's going hunting
B. The crew it jumpy
Gunshot
Civilized people would not hunt other men for sport.
Why is Rainsford on a yacht at the beg…
D. He's going hunting
What is the first clue in the story th…
B. The crew it jumpy
10 terms
English 10 - Short Stories/Novels 1 (character)
character
protagonist
antagonist
(character trait)
one of the persons of a drama, novel or poem
the main character of a literary work
a character or force in conflict with the main character
words that describe a character's personality
character
one of the persons of a drama, novel or poem
protagonist
the main character of a literary work
27 terms
English short stories #1
dowry
hierarchy
gallantries
disdain
the money or goods that a wife brings to her husband at marri…
a system or organization in which people or groups are ranked…
polite attention or respect given to men by women
the feeling that someone or something is unworthy of one's co…
dowry
the money or goods that a wife brings to her husband at marri…
hierarchy
a system or organization in which people or groups are ranked…
20 terms
English 9 - Vocabulary 1 - Short Story Unit
recede
disarm
prolong
imprudent
become faint or more distant
capable of allaying suspicion or hostility and inspiring conf…
lengthen in time; extend
lacking wise self-restraint; unwise
recede
become faint or more distant
disarm
capable of allaying suspicion or hostility and inspiring conf…
10 terms
English Short Story Vocabulary #1
Plot
Setting
Characters
Theme
The series of related events that make up a story of drama.
The place and time of the story.
The individuals in the story.
The central idea or insight from which the writer tells a sto…
Plot
The series of related events that make up a story of drama.
Setting
The place and time of the story.
26 terms
English 1 Short Stories Vocabulary
palpable
indolently
naive
blandly
Able to be touched; felt
Lazily; idly
Unsophisticated
In a mild and soothing manner
palpable
Able to be touched; felt
indolently
Lazily; idly
21 terms
English short story 1
INTERNAL CONFLICT
EXTERNAL CONFLICT
THEME
MOOD
psychological struggle within the mind of a literary or drama…
struggle between a literary or dramatic character and an outs…
the subject of a talk, a piece of writing
a temporary state of mind or feeling.
INTERNAL CONFLICT
psychological struggle within the mind of a literary or drama…
EXTERNAL CONFLICT
struggle between a literary or dramatic character and an outs…
19 terms
Short Stories English 1
Mrs. Hutchingson dies
Rainsford decides to play the game
Della buys he clock for Jim
Mathilde decides to go to the ball
What is the climax in The Lottery?
What is the Climax in The Most Dangerous Game?
What is the Climax in The Gift of the Maji?
What is the Climax in The Necklace?
Mrs. Hutchingson dies
What is the climax in The Lottery?
Rainsford decides to play the game
What is the Climax in The Most Dangerous Game?
15 terms
English 1 Short Story Vocabulary Unit 1
Ornate
Sprightly
Surveying
Graduations
(adj.) elaborately adorned ... Ornate looks like it has the word…
(adj.) animated, vivacious, or gay(happy); lively... Sprightly l…
(v.) to study... To review or to look over something.
(n.) transitions from one color, tone, or surface to another…
Ornate
(adj.) elaborately adorned ... Ornate looks like it has the word…
Sprightly
(adj.) animated, vivacious, or gay(happy); lively... Sprightly l…
79 terms
English Short Stories 1
conflict
internal conflict
external conflict
plot
struggle between opposing forces
struggle within a characters mind
clash between character and an outside source
series of events
conflict
struggle between opposing forces
internal conflict
struggle within a characters mind
23 terms
English Short Story 1
Plot
Exposition
Narrative Hook
Conflict
Every event that happens in a story
Background information
First conflict
Thing(s) in a story that go wrong
Plot
Every event that happens in a story
Exposition
Background information
39 terms
English Short Story 1
Setting
Plot
Exposition (introduction)
Inciting incident
Time and place of action
Sequence of events
Gives necessary background information
Event that starts the action
Setting
Time and place of action
Plot
Sequence of events
13 terms
English short story 1
Antipathy
Intermittent
Paramount
Regressive
Powerful and deep dislike
Occurring from time to time
Supreme; dominant
Returning to an earlier or less advanced condition
Antipathy
Powerful and deep dislike
Intermittent
Occurring from time to time
39 terms
English 1 Short Story
Short Story
Five Elements
Fiction
Setting
a story with a fully developed theme but significantly shorte…
Character, setting, plot, point of view, theme
literature in the form of prose, especially short stories and…
the place or type of surroundings where something is position…
Short Story
a story with a fully developed theme but significantly shorte…
Five Elements
Character, setting, plot, point of view, theme
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