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Irony
the unexpected in a story
Verbal Irony
The characters say the opposite of what they mean.

Sarcasm
Dramatic Irony
the audience knows something the characters do NOT know.
Situational Irony
the situation ends/resolves its in a way we did not expect
Foreshadowing
clues that are given in a story about what will happen next.
Flashback
the author flashes back to a point in time BEFORE the current action of the story
mood
the feeling the author creates in the reader by their choice of words

(this occurs in the reader)
tone
the approach the author takes toward the subject.

(the author decides this)
Point of View
who is telling the story

First Person
3rd person objective
3rd person omniscienct
3rd person limited
Conflict
the struggle in a story

Internal or External
Setting
where and when the story takes place
Plot
the series of events in a story
Characters
the people in a story
Climax
the most exciting or suspenseful part of the story
Resolution
the way the story resolves itself.
Man versus himself
internal