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Where and When the story takes place
setting
the action of the story
plot
the high emotional or suspenseful scene
climax
a struggle between opposing forces
conflict
the overall meaning of message of a story
theme
the main character
protagonist
the character that works against the protagonist
antagonist
the reader's ability to understand the character based on the things that the character does, says, or thinks
characterization
refers to the narrator's relationship in the story
point of view
point of view from a narrator who is a character in the story
first person point of view
comes from a narrator who experiences the events as an onlooker
third person point of view
character knows everything that everyone in the story does, thinks, and feels
omniscent third person
doesn't have the insight that omniscent narrator has
limited third person
characters, setting, mood
exposition
events that lead to climax
rising action
turning point or point of highest suspense
climax
untangling of the problem
falling action
conclusion; may resolve the conflict
resolution
Man vs. man
external
man vs nature
external
man vs himself
internal