Literary Element Definitions: Question Preview (ID: 27472)


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the narrator is involved in the action and tells the story from their perspective
a) first person point of view b) third person point of view c) third person limited point of view d) thirs person omniscient point of view
narrator is not involved in the action and can't read the minds of any of the characters
a) first person point of view b) third person point of view c) third person limited point of view d) third person omniscient point of view
narrator is not involved in the action, but can read the mind of ONE character
a) first person point of view b) third person point of view c) third person limited point of view d) third person omniscient point of view
narrator is not involved in the action, but can read the mind of MORE THAN ONE character
a) first person point of view b) third person point of view c) third person limited point of view d) third person omniscient point of view
when and where the story takes place
a) setting b) characters c) point of view d) conflict
Joe is arguing with Sara. This is an example of...
a) character vs character conflict b) character vs self conflict c) character vs nature conflict d) character vs society conflict
Joe is trying to quit an addiction. This is an example of...
a) character vs character conflict b) character vs self conflict c) character vs nature conflict d) character vs society conflict
A tree falls on Joe's house. This is an example of...
a) character vs character conflict b) character vs self conflict c) character vs nature conflict d) character vs society conflict
Joe wants school uniforms, but the rest of the students do not. This is an example of...
a) character vs character conflict b) character vs self conflict c) character ns nature conflict d) character vs society conflict
people, animals, or objects that are involved in the main action of the story
a) characters b) setting c) point of view d) conflict
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