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Author: Taylor Catherine
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0. Direct Characterization
1. Foreshadowing
2. Dynamic
3. Characterization
4. Resolution
5. Setting
6. Climax
7. Complication
8. Mood
9. Rising Action
10. Narrator
11. Audience
12. First Person
13. Antagonist
14. Narrative
15. Exposition

0. the author directly tells you what a character’s personality is like
1. a character is telling the story; uses pronouns like “I,” “me,” and “we”
2. last part of the story; loose ends of the plot are tied up; the story is closed
3. use of clues to suggest events that will happen later in the plot
4. person telling a story or a poem; narrative can be fiction or nonfiction
5. question answered; problem solved; most exciting point
6. person, place, thing, event has its own meaning %26 also stands for something
7. a conversation between two or more characters
8. events leading up to the climax; where the conflicts are developed
9. the vantage point from which a story is told
10. author gives info about character through what he says, thinks, feels, does
11. character vs. character, vs. society, or vs. nature
12. dcharacter who does not change much in the course of work
13. struggle in character’s mind - needs, desires, emotions; character vs. self
14. the character who opposes the protagonist
15. emotion created by literature; usually described with adjectives