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Author: Taylor Catherine
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0. Direct Characterization
1. Narrator
2. Audience
3. Climax
4. Protagonist
5. Complication
6. Static
7. First Person
8. Flashback
9. Mood
10. Dynamic
11. Dialogue
12. Falling Action
13. Indirect Characterization
14. Exposition
15. External Conflict

0. emotion created by literature; usually described with adjectives
1. question answered; problem solved; most exciting point
2. character who changes as a result of the events of the story
3. person telling a story or a poem; narrative can be fiction or nonfiction
4. author gives info about character through what he says, thinks, feels, does
5. time and place in which the events of a work of literature take place
6. struggle in character’s mind - needs, desires, emotions; character vs. self
7. tells readers who the characters are and what the setting is
8. character vs. character, vs. society, or vs. nature
9. a writing that tells a story or a personal experience
10. dcharacter who does not change much in the course of work
11. truth and lesson about life in literature or poem
12. main character in a story, novel, drama, or other literary work
13. the vantage point from which a story is told
14. the process of revealing the personality of a character in a story
15. the author directly tells you what a character’s personality is like