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30 Cards in this Set

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time and place of literary work
a series of events that present and usually reolves a conflict
a problem; a struggle
a conflict between the main character and an outside force
external conflict
a conflict between the main characteer and his/her feelings
internal conflict
a person or persons againsts another person or persons
human vs. human
a peson v. an element in nature OR something in the body
human vs nature
person vs ghost, witches, aliens, or devils
human vs supernatural
human(s) vs machine or computer
human vs machine
human(s) vs some value held by some or all of society
human vs society
events that enhance the conflict
the turning point, the point at which the main character(s) begin to resolve the conflict
resolution of the conflict and any events following
the main character in literary work
the force working against the main character
the main idea of a story
a reasonable and intelligent conclusion drawn from hints provided by the author
a contrast between what appears to be and what really is
sarcasm(type of irony)
verbal irony
the audience or the reader knows more than the characters(type of irony)
dramatic irony
a happening that is opposite of what is expected or intended(type of irony)
irony of situation
something that represents something else
an authors use of hints or clues to suggest events that will occur later
the author is the character in the story uses worrds such as i and me(point of view)
1st person point of view
the author is not in the story and talks about the characters and uses words such as he, she, and they (point of view
3rd person point of view
author reports only what the characters say and do DOES NOT SHOW THE FEELINGS OF ANY (point of view)
3rd person objective
author reports on only what the characters say and do SHOWS THE FEELINGS OF ONE CHARACTER (point of view)
3rd person limited
author reports on what the characters say and do SHOWS THE FEELINGS OF 1+ CHARACTERS (point of view)
3rd person omniscent
what are the 3 points of view for the 3rd person
objective, limited and omnisecient
what are the two main points of view
first and third