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22 Cards in this Set

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contrast between what is exspected and what is actually true
irony
people,animals or things in a story
characters
time and place a story occurs
setting
prolonged struggle or battle between opposing forces
conflict
vantage point of perspective from which the story is told
point of view
the feeling created in the reader by a literary work or passage
mood
the central message,concern,or purpose the author is trying to get across
theme
a series of events related that take place within the story
plot
writers attitude towards reader and the subject
tone
when the author gives the reader HINTS of what is to come
foreshadowing
turning point of the story
climax
main character in the story
protagonist
the charaacter that is against the main character
antagonist
does not change,stays the same
static character
stereotypical and undeveloped
flat character
when a character changes as a result of the stories events
dynamic character
occurs when what happens is actually very different from what was exspected
situational irony
the contrast between what is said or written and what is really meant
verbal irony
takes place within a characters mind
internal conflict
takes place outside of the characters mind
external conflict
a character in the story who can reveal only his own thoughts and feelings
first person
point of view is where the narrator focuses on the story
third person