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antagonist
a character or force in conflict with a main character, or protagonist
character
a person r an aminal that takes part in the action of a literary work. a main or major character is the most important charactor in a story.
conflict
a struggle between opposing forces. one of the most important element of a story or novel or plays.
dialogue
a conversation between charactors
plot
is the sequence of events in which each eventin a novel results from a previous one and causes the next.
falling action
all of the action that happens after the climax but before the resolution
moral
a lesson taught by literarry work. a fable usually ends witha moral directly stated.
fiction
is prose wrighting that tells about imaginary characters and events (fiction is fantasy)
1st person narrator
one who tells the story and participates in its action
3rd person narrator
one who stands outside the action and speaks about it
non fiction
is a prose of writhing that presents and explains ideas or tells about real people
protaganist
the main charactor in a literary work
rising action
the action that happens after the conflict is introduced but before the climax
sensory language
wrighting or speach that appeals to one or more of the five immages
memoir
a form of autobiographical wrighting that deals with the righters memor of someone or of a significant event
climax
the peak in a story, usually when the main problem is introduced