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The tone of a piece of fiction is...
a) when characters reveal their own traits b) the action or conflict that produces change c) the attitude of the author toward his or her subject matter d) the setting and characters
The action or conflict that produces change within the work of fiction is...
a) Climax b) Plot c) Tone d) Protagonist
The "big idea" of a work; the author's intended message
a) Foil b) Plot c) Theme d) Climax
A foil is when ...
a) a short story teaches the reader a lesson b) the author states the chracters traits c) a character gives rise to a minor conflict d) the action or conflict that produces change within the
The "all-knowing" point of view; the narrator is not a character, but an observer
a) Foil b) Tone c) Third person omniscient d) Third person limited
When the author states or tells us directly the traits a character possesses it is...
a) direct characterization b) mood c) tone d) indirect characterization
When the setting, the characters, and the normal situation are introduced it is called the...
a) Foil b) Theme c) Exposition d) Climax
Mood is...
a) The attitude of the author toward his or her subject matter b) The c) The action or conflict that produces change within the work of fiction d) The feeling perceived by the reader
Indirect characterization is...
a) When the character reveals they themselves or other characters possess b) The author states, or tells us directly, the traits a character possess c) A minor chracter giving rise to a minor conflict d) A work of fiction intended to be performed
A protagonist is...
a) The unsavory character who causes the conflict b) The character that we are rooting for c) A nasty disease that you can catch from chickens d) The all-knowing point of view
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