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a character of a drama, novel, or other work of fiction; the voice of the narrator
vantage point from which a story is told
Point of view
narrator is a character in the story
first prson participant
narrator is not a character & knows all events and characters
third person omniscient
mix of 1st and 3rd person pronouns
third person limited
using conjunctions in succession "he was slow and dull and eaily confused"
falacy based upon notion that just because something is after another, the first event was the reason for the 2nd
Past hoc, ergo propter hoc
works that can not be classified as poetry, drama, novel, song...
comes from the sport of fox hunting in which a dried, smoked herrg wouldbe dragged across the trail of the fox to throw the hounds off the scent--distracts audience from issue in question
Red Herring
any evidence that helps to establish the falsity of something