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Flash Back
To take a reader back in time to witness a scene that explains the current action.
Exposition
The introductory material. Intro. of characters, conflict & setting
Denouement
The final clarification or unraveling of the plot (the resoloution/outcome)
Motivation
The reason why a character makes a choice or decision
Plot
Coherent, unified, and meaningful sequence of events.
Point of view
the perspective from which the story is told.
Narrator
the person telling the story-usualy reserved for novels and short stories
3rd person Omniscient
The narrator knows everything
3rd person limited omniscient
Limits the point of veiw to the personality and attitudes of just one person
1st person
Used "I" to tell the story directly from one person
connotation
emotional, phychological, or social overtones that words carry in addition to their denotations.
ex. childish/childlike
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