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Characters from "The Most Dangerous Game"
Rainsford, Zaroff, Whitney
Characters from "The Interlopers"
Georg Znaeym and Ulrich Von Gradwitz
Characters from "Rules of the Game"
Meime Jong, Mrs. Jong
Characters from "The Lady or the Tiger"
King, Princess, Princess's Lover
Characters from "All the Years of Her Life"
Alfred, Mr. Carr, Mrs. Higgins
Characters from "The Most Dangerous Game"
Rainsford, Zaroff, Whitney
Characters from "The Interlopers"
Georg Znaeym and Ulrich Von Gradwitz
Characters from "Rules of the Game"
Meime Jong, Mrs. Jong
Characters from "The Lady or the Tiger"
King, Princess, Princess's Lover
Characters from "All the Years of Her Life"
Alfred, Mr. Carr, Mrs. Higgins
Characters from " The Cask of Amontilado"
Fortunato and Montressor
Characters from "The Tell-Tale Heart"
old man
Frietag's Pyramidal Plot Stucture
1. exposition
2. Rising Action
3. Climax
4. Falling Action
5. Resolution
disagreement between your grandmother and you.
generational conflcit
disagreement or clash between a Japanese man and American laws
cultural conflict
struggle or clash between opposing forces
conflict
Two categories of conflict
internal and external conflict
contrast or difference between what happens and is expected to occur
irony
a short story is made up of series of related events that include the conflict, climax, and the resolution
Plot
a situation in which a person must choose between two equal alternatives
dilemma
refers to a character's personality or the method by which the writer reveals this personality
characterization
a division or category of literature

short stories, poetry and novels are some examples
genre
feeling created in the reader by a literary work
mood
ordinary form of written language
prose
author clearly states a character's traits
direct characterization
What are the 3 TYPES of conflict?
man v.s. man
man v.s. self
man v.s. nature
ordinary form of written language
prose
feeling created in the reader by a literary work
mood
an author clearly states a character's traits
direct characterization
character in conflict with a main character
antagonist
character has no dimension and does not change
flat
character is multi-dimensional and changes
round
events leading up to the climax
rising action
central message of a literary work
theme
perspective of the story and can be first second or third person
point of view