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antagonist
a character of force in conflict with a main character, or protagonist.
protagonist
the main character in a literary work
climax
the high point of interest or suspense
conflict
-internal conflict
-external conflict
-when a character in the story tells the story
-the main character struggles against an outer force
plot
a sequence of events in literary work
setting
the time and place of the action
narrator
the speaker or character who tells the story
point of view
-first person
-third person limited
-third person omniscient
-when a character in the story tells the story
-when a voice outside the story narrates
dialogue
a conversation between characters
imagery
the descriptive or figurative langauge used in literature to create word pictures for the reader
theme
central message or insight into life reavealed through the literary work
foreshadowing
clues that suggest events that have yeat to accur
suspense
the feeling of courosity in leterary work
irony
-verbal
-situational
-dramatic
-words used to represent opposite of what they mean
-directly contradics the expectations of the character
-a contradiction with a character
symbol
anything that represents or stands for something else
antagonist
a character of force in conflict with a main character, or protagonist.
protagonist
the main character in a literary work
climax
the high point of interest or suspense
conflict
-internal conflict
-external conflict
-when a character in the story tells the story
-the main character struggles against an outer force
plot
a sequence of events in literary work
setting
the time and place of the action
narrator
the speaker or character who tells the story
point of view
-first person
-third person limited
-third person omniscient
-when a character in the story tells the story
-when a voice outside the story narrates
dialogue
a conversation between characters
imagery
the descriptive or figurative langauge used in literature to create word pictures for the reader
theme
central message or insight into life reavealed through the literary work
foreshadowing
clues that suggest events that have yeat to accur
suspense
the feeling of courosity in leterary work
irony
-verbal
-situational
-dramatic
-words used to represent opposite of what they mean
-directly contradics the expectations of the character
-a contradiction with a character
symbol
anything that represents or stands for something else
mood
the feeling created in the reader by a leterary work or passage