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a character who creates the conflict for the protagonist
antagonist
enemy
high point of the story, sometimes called the turning point.
climax
best part
resolution or conclusion of the plot structure
denouement
ending
conversation between characters
dialouge
convo
a character who has little individuality or development
flat character
nothing happens
a character whose personality develops and changes
dynamic character
change can be good
a scene from the past is brought up
flashback
happens all the time on Soap Operas
a type of writing
genre
a certain style
atmosphere created, feeling of the story
mood
set the ___
a point of view that is limited to a description of external actions and events
objective
pov
all knowing point of view
omnicient
relationship between the narrator and characters
point of view
a character that the reader may smypathize with; with character; he/she is always in conflict
protagonist
a complex, well-developed realistic character
round character
time, place of action and condition wonder which the story is told
setting
a character whose personality remains the same, never changing or growing
static character
the message or statement about life or human nature that the author is trying to impact to the reader
themes
attitude of the author towards characters or/of subjects
tone
a story of a hero and his deeds
adventure tale
repeated sounds of a letter usually at the beginning of another word
alliteration
Lines of poetry begin the same
anaphora
inverted word order
anastrophe
old timey word, words that were used before mordern times
archaic expression
making fun of one's features (drawn or written)
caricature
making fun of one's features (drawn or written)
caricature
2 syllables ryhme
Feminine rhyme
one's eccentric characteristics or faults
Folbles
freakish
horror stories
Gothic tales
one syllable rhymes
masculine
story that makes fune of an actual event
Mock history
renewal in traditions; strict writing style
Neo-Classism
story that teaches a lesson
parable
fable
giving human qualities to non-human things
personification
literature dealing with everyday life
Realism
real
repeated words or lines
repetition
repeat
literature dealing with emotions, nature, and the unusual
Romanticism
romantic
a character with traits you would expect
sterotype
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