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Who wrote the waters of babylon?
Stephen V. Benet
Who wrote the Tell Tale Heart?
Edgar Allan Poe
Who wrote the Lady or the Tiger?
Frank R. Stockton
Who wrote the Lottery?
Shirley Jackson
Who wrote once upon a time when we were colored?
Clifton Taulbert
Who wrote the Monkey's Paw?
W.W. Jacobs
Who wrote Foul Shots?
Ragelio R. Gamez
Who wrote stop the sun?
Gary Paulsen
Who wrote The Open Window?
Hector Hugh Munro
Saki
PROTAGONSIT
The main character
ANTAGONIST
Something or someone who prevents the pro. from reaching there goal
CONFLICT
The protagonists problem
CLIMAX
The turning point, most intense part of the story
FLASHBACK
Interruption in the story like to give backround information
FORSHADOWING
hints from which you can predict a future event
MOOD
overall atmoshpere a author creates in a reader
SETTING
time place of the story
SYMBOLISM
object representing an idea
THEME
author message
TONE
Authors attitude on the theme
RESOLUTION`
outcome of the conflict
INCITING INCIDENT
event that starts the conflict. Starts the rising action
RISING ACTION
all events leading up to the climax
FALLING ACTION
all events after climax
GENRE
type of literature
PLOT
sequence of evens, outline of the story
CHARATERATION
Way author develops the characters-
a.physical appearance
b.speech/actions
c.interactions with others
d.opinions of other charatcers
IRONY
a. Situational- Unexpected Twist
b. Verbal- sarcasm
c. Dramatic- when the reader knows something a character does not
POINT OF VIEW
Determines how much info the author gives to the reader-
a. 1st person- "I"
b. #rd person objective- narrator is out, reports wat sees and hears.
c. 3rd person limited- narrators out reports wat see. hears and the thoughts of ONE character
d. 3rd person omnisent- narrator out. reports what she hears and the thoughts of MORE than one character
EXPOSITION
In the beginning of the story-
a.intoduces the protagonist
b.setting
c.conflict
A young girl making up stories
The open window
Be carful wat u wish for..
The Monkeys Paw
It all about the doors and choises....
The Lady or the tiger