Plot Conflict Character Setting Miscellaneous

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What is Plot
A series of events in a story

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What is Conflict
A stuggle between opposing forces.

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What is Character
The people, animals, and imaginary things who take part in the action of a work of literature.

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What is Setting
The time or place of the action.

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What is Theme
A message about life or human nature that the writer shares with the reader.

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What is Stages of Plot
Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, and Resolution.

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What is Internal Conflict
A conflict that occurs within a person.

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What is Main Character
The most important characters in literary works.

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What is Exposition
When the setting of a story is usually established.

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What is Mood
The feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader.

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What is Flashback
An interupption in the action of the plot to tell what happened at an earlier time.

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What is Types Of Conflict
* Character vs. Character * Character vs. Force of Nature * Character vs. Society * Character vs. Self

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What is Dynamic Character
A character who undergoes important changes as a plot unfolds

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What is Elements of Setting
* Geographic Location * Time * Climate/ Weather

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What is Short Story
Usually contains about 1 or 2 characters

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What is Foreshadowing
Occurs when a writer provides hints that suggest future events in a story.

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What is External Conflict
Involves an individual who struggl against such as nature, physical obstacle, or another person.

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What is Characterization
The way a writer creates and develops characters

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What is Time
Refers to the past, present, future, season, month, and time of day

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What is Irony
The contrast between what is expected or what appears to be and what actually is.

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What is Crisis
The turing point of a conflict. Can occur before the climax or at the same time.

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What is Cultural Conflict
A struggle that arises because of differing values, customs, or circumastances between groups of people.

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What is 4 basic methods of Characterization
The Writer may: *Direct comments about a character through the voice of the narrator *Describe the character's physical appearance *Present the character's own thoughts, speech, and actions *Present thoughts, speech, and actions of other characters.

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What is Climate/ Weather
an aspect of setting which can be important to the novel

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What is 5 W's Of Narrative Elements
*Setting is the "where" and 'when" of the story or novel. *Characters are the "who." *Conflict is the "What". *Plot is the " How" * Theme is the "Why"

Narrative Elements

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