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the process of revealing the personality of a character in a story
Characterization
the series of related events that make up a story
Plot
a reference to a statement, person, place, thing that is known from literature, or culture
Allusion
the use of clues to hint at events that will occur
Foreshadowing
a reference to a statement, person, place, thing that is known from literature, or culture
Allusion
a one-dimensional character who has only one or two traits
Flat Character
a reference to a statement, person, place,or thing that is known from literature or culture
Allusion
when the reader has to use his own judgement to decide the character's personality
Indirect Characterization
a person in a story
Character
a struggle or clash between oppposing characters or forces
Conflict
a character struggles with an outside force
External Conflict
in general, a story that ends happily
Comedy
has many different character traits, like a real person
Round Character
a struggle that takes palce judt within a character's mind
Internal Conflict
first-person, third-person limited, and omniscent
Three Points of View
the central idea of a work of literature
Theme
a long speech where a character is on stage alone and expresses their feelings
Soliloquy
a play where the main character comes to an unhappy end
Tragedy
a type of comedy where characters are in very silly situations
Farce
a story written to be acted as a play
Drama
a nonhuman thing is talked about like it is human
Personification
a fixed idea or conception of a character whic does not allow for individuality
Stereotype
the vantage point from which the writer has chosen to tell the story
Point of View
the reader is directly told what the personality is
Direct Characterization
the time and place of a story or play
Setting