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atmosphere
mood or feeling conveyed by the author's choice of languagae
cmplication
the introduction and edevelopment of a conflict between characters or characters and a stiuation
chronological/liner plot flow
teelling a story in oder of events as they place in time
conflict
some formof opposition presented to the main character
crises
turing point in a narrative as it moves close to the storys climax
distance
an author's or narrator spatial,temporal,orf emotional removal from plotg events
flashback
break up chronological flow of event to teel what happened at some past time
foreshadowing
introduction of specific words or image that anticipate later events
frame story
story within a story the outer stgory implying an important theme within the inner story
irony
reader's awareness that reality differs from that of the character's prepective
motivation
eternal and internal forces that cause characters to perform specfic acts
pace
rate at which the action progresses
pathos
quality of a work that evokes pity
protagonist
maqin character of a story
resolution
the falling action of a story in which the conflict has been settled
reversal
any turabout in the fortunes ofd a character
simile
an image used to make con concrete an abstract idea.
subplot
a minor plot that somehow affects and interacts with the main plot
symbol
a person event place etc that represents by association some other idea
unity
the relation of all the story parts to one central organizing principle that forms an organic whole
verisimilitude
use of certain lifelike details to give the semblance of reality