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foreshadowing
hints/ clues tha author gives, which allows the reader to predict a later event
mood
the emotions the author creates in the reader (how you feel)
characterization
DEVELOPMENT OF CHARACTER
- actions
- appearance
- interactions with others
- others opinions
point of view
CHOICE OF NARRATOR
-1st person- narrator is in the story
-3rd person limited- narrator is out and read the mind of one character
-3rd person omniscent- narrator is out
-3rd person objective- narrator is out of story and reports what is seen or heard in the story
exposition (begining)
-protagonist is introduced
- setting
- hint of conflict
inciting incident
event that gets plot moving
tone
authors attitude toward the theme
irony
-verbal: sarcasm
-situational: unexpected twist
- dramatic: the reader knows something the character doesn't
climax
high point in story
plot
outline of story
flashback
when character goes back to an earlier event (usually to explain unknown)
symbolism
object representing an idea