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When the person telling the story only knows what ONE character feels and thinks.
a) 3rd person limited point of view b) 3rd person omniscient point of view c) 1st person point of view d) 2nd person point of view
When the person telling the story knows everything about all the characters and all the events at all times
a) 3rd person omniscient point of view b) 1st person c) author's purpose d) limited point of view
To show differences between.
a) contrast b) compare c) sequence d) antonym
When characters talk back and forth.
a) dialogue b) point of view c) context d) plot
The story is told from a character's point of view using words like I and me.
a) 1st person b) 3rd person c) personification d) inference
The person telling the story is not a character in the story; uses words like He and She.
a) 3rd person b) 1st person c) opinion d) figurative language
A character who changes in the story.
a) dynamic character b) static character c) round character d) flat character
A character who does not change throughout the story.
a) static b) dynamic c) round d) flat
A character who is very uncomplicated and who we do not know his/her traits well.
a) flat character b) round character c) dynamic character d) static character
A complex character who is fully developed and we know him very well.
a) round character b) flat character c) static character d) dynamic character
Words that describe how a character acts; what his personality is.
a) character traits b) metaphor c) exposition d) figurative language
The conclusion of the story.
a) resolution b) exposition c) climax d) falling action
the turning point of the story. The tension builds up to this point.
a) climax or turning point b) exposition c) resolution d) falling action
The part of a story where the characters, setting, and basic conflict of the story are introduced.
a) exposition b) climax c) rising action d) foreshadowing
The overall emotion created by the author; the atmosphere of a story
a) mood b) tone c) theme d) author's purpose
A lesson or message the author wants the reader to learn.
a) theme b) symbolism c) climax d) mood
Categories of literary works: biography, mystery, fiction, poetry, etc...
a) genres b) similes c) hyperbole d) symbolism
A literary technique in which the author gives hints about an event before it happens.
a) foreshadowing b) flashback c) personification d) dialogue
The reason an author writes: to persuade, inform, entertain, share or explain
a) author's purpose b) author's point of view c) exposition d) round character
An interruption in the present action of a story to flash backward and tell what happened at an earlier time.
a) flashback b) Foreshadow c) theme d) resolution
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