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Fiction
a) A series of actions involving conflict
b) methods an author uses to develop the qualities and personalities of characters in a narrative
c) Prose based upon fact.
d) Prose based upon things that are not real.

The point of most intense excitement in a narrative is called the
a) dramatic climax
b) technical climax
c) protagonist
d) paradox

The methods an author uses to develop the qualities and personalities of characters in a narrative.
a) plot
b) fiction
c) motivation
d) characterization

A statement that appears to be contradictory but actually is not.
a) flashback
b) paradox
c) pun
d) verbal irony

Writing that embodies one or more of the figures of speech is called ___.
a) figurative language
b) point of view
c) symbolism
d) flashback

A character that is underdeveloped or one whose characterization is dominated by merely one character trait, excluding all others.
a) antagonist
b) round character
c) flat character
d) antagonist

A complex, well-developed and believable character about whom the audience knows quite a bit.
a) protagonist
b) round character
c) flat character
d) antagonist

The technique the author uses to reveal past experiences of the character to further the reader's understanding of the character and possibly the character's motives.
a) motivation
b) personification
c) flashback
d) symbolism

The use of one object to represent or suggest another.
a) allegory
b) symbolism
c) foreshadowing
d) pun

The middle of a narrative when the antagonist has been identified and the characters, setting, conflict, and themes are more fully developed. The small, everyday occurrences that factor into and shape the plot.
a) complication
b) flashback
c) exposition
d) denouement

A character, such as Rainsford, who transforms and changes as a result of the conflict within the text.
a) static character
b) dynamic character
c) reliable narrator
d) unreliable narrator

Written language with defined, standard sentence structure. No meter, poetic elements, etc.
a) Prose
b) Poetry
c) allusion
d) illusion

Related to regionalism - a particular form of language
a) diction
b) dialect
c) satire
d) bildungsroman

The use of human, exaggeration, or irony to expose or criticize people's vices or stupidity. Usually related to politics and current events.
a) Bildungsroman
b) Unreliable narrator
c) Irony
d) Satire

Coming of Age novel detailing a person's formative education and/or spiritual education.
a) Dialect
b) Allegory
c) Bildungsroman
d) Paradox

Word Choice
a) Dialect
b) Diction
c) Audience
d) Cliche

The author's attitude toward his/her subject.
a) tone
b) mood
c) irony
d) satire

The main idea or meaning of story or poem. Stated in sentence form with a message or meaning implied.
a) motif
b) thesis
c) theme
d) technical climax

Recurring ideas and symbols that dominate a text. Usually stated in terms of conflicts, symbols, or ideas.
a) motif
b) theme
c) satire
d) paradox

A character who does not change throughout the course of the text.
a) dynamic character
b) flat character
c) round character
d) static character

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