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Plot
Events of a story
Rising and falling of action
Expostition
Beginning of the story
Introduces (setting, mood, characters..)
Initial Incident
Event that begins the story
Rising Action/ Complications
Conflict > creates suspense > force that keeps the reader reading
Crisis
Question
(Will the protagonist live?)
The question and answer are often close together
Climax
Point of highest excitement
Denouement
Resolution to the story
Characters
Not as complex in a short story
Involves protagonist (in conflict with) antagonist
Characters described as flat or round/ static or dynamic
Setting
Time + Place
Point of View
Story teller can be Spectator, Participant, Omniscient.
Told from 1st person, 3rd person (omniscient)
Theme
Moral or lesson
Style
Author's personal manner of expression
How the story is presented to you
Four Types of Conflict
Person vs. Person
Person vs. Themselves
Person vs. Nature
Person vs. Supernatural