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The structure of a story or the sequence in which the author arranges events in a story…
a) Plot b) Setting c) Theme d) Tone
The time and place in which a story unfolds…
a) Plot b) Setting c) Theme d) Tone
Provides an answer to the question: What is the work about? The author’s message to the reader…
a) Mood b) Setting c) Theme d) Tone
The atmosphere or feeling created by a literary work, partly by a description of the objects or by the style of the descriptions…
a) Mood b) Setting c) Theme d) Tone
The author's attitude toward his or her subject…
a) Mood b) Setting c) Theme d) Tone
A struggle or clash that drives the plot is known as the story’s…
a) Characterization b) Conflict c) Foreshadowing d) Theme
A person, place, or thing that stands for itself and for something beyond itself is...
a) Atmosphere b) Figurative Language c) Symbol d) Tone
When the audience or reader knows something important that the main character in the story does not know
a) Verbal Irony b) Situational Irony c) Dramatic Irony d)
When words are used to suggest the opposite of what is meant
a) Verbal Irony b) Situational Irony c) Dramatic Irony d)
When an event occurs that directly contradicts the expectations of the characters, the reader, or the audience
a) Verbal Irony b) Situational Irony c) Dramatic Irony d)
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