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Author of: "Contents of a Dead Man's Pocket"
Jack Finney
Character from "Contents of a Dead Man's Pocket"
Tom Benecke
Literary Element from "Contents of a Dead Man's Pocket"
plot structure
Author of: "The Monkey's Paw"
W.W. Jacobs
Character from "The Monkey's Paw"
Herbert White
Literary Element from "The Monkey's Paw"
foreshadowing and suspense
Author of "Lennigen VS the Ants"
Carl Stephenson
Character from "Lennigen VS the Ants"
Peons
Literary Element from "Lennigen VS the Ants"
Conflict
Author of "A Visit to Grandmother"
William Melvin Kelley
Character from "A Visit to Grandmother"
Chig Dunford
Literary Element from "A Visit to Grandmother"
characterization
Author of: "Contents of a Dead Man's Pocket"
Jack Finney
Character from "Contents of a Dead Man's Pocket"
Tom Benecke
Literary Element from "Contents of a Dead Man's Pocket"
plot structure
Author of: "The Monkey's Paw"
W.W. Jacobs
Character from "The Monkey's Paw"
Herbert White
Literary Element from "The Monkey's Paw"
foreshadowing and suspense
Author of "Lennigen VS the Ants"
Carl Stephenson
Character from "Lennigen VS the Ants"
Peons
Literary Element from "Lennigen VS the Ants"
Conflict
Author of "A Visit to Grandmother"
William Melvin Kelley
Character from "A Visit to Grandmother"
Chig Dunford
Literary Element from "A Visit to Grandmother"
characterization
difference between what a character knows and what the reader knows to be true
dramatic irony
character that is in conflict with a main character
antagonist
an event which occurs that is contradictory to both the audiencea and the character's expectations
situational irony
character with no dimension and does not change
flat character
character with many sides and multi -dimensional and changes
round character
three main TYPES of CONFLICT
man v.s. man
man v.s. self
man v.s. nature
central message of a literary work
theme