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___________ is the message or lesson the author wants you to learn.
a) theme
b) conflict
c) character
d) mood

_________ is the emotion the author wants you to feel through reading their work.
a) theme
b) setting
c) character
d) mood

The _______ is the force that opposes the main character.
a) antagonist
b) protagonist
c) static character
d) dynamic character

The __________ is ALWAYS the main character.
a) antagonist
b) protagonist
c) static character
d) setting

The narrator is ALL-KNOWING. They know multiple characters' thoughts and feelings.
a) 1st person
b) 2nd person
c) 3rd person limited
d) 3rd person omniscient

the narrator is focused on the thoughts and feelings of one character
a) 1st person
b) 2nd person
c) 3rd person limited
d) 3rd person omniscient

A character in a story tells the story using the following pronouns: I, me, my, we, us, our
a) 2nd person
b) 3rd person limited
c) 3rd person omniscient
d) 1st person

the time and place of a story
a) character
b) setting
c) conflict
d) theme

fighting ghosts in a haunted house
a) person vs. self
b) person vs. society
c) person vs. nature
d) person vs. supernatural

getting struck by lightning
a) person vs. society
b) person vs. self
c) person vs. nature
d) person vs. supernatural

breaking a law
a) person vs. society
b) person vs. nature
c) person vs. supernatural
d) person vs. person

Scar vs. Simba in The Lion King
a) person vs. self
b) person vs. person
c) person vs. supernatural
d) person vs. nature

making a decision about what to do after high school
a) person vs. self
b) person vs. person
c) person vs. supernatural
d) person vs. nature

the problems that occur and must be resolved in a story
a) plot
b) conflict
c) character
d) setting

resolution
a) background information is given
b) turning point of the story
c) conflict is resolved
d) conflict is introduced

climax
a) background information is given
b) conflict is resolved
c) conflict is introduced
d) turning point of the story

the sequence of events in a story
a) plot
b) climax
c) character
d) setting

exposition
a) turning point of the story
b) background information is given
c) conflict is resolved
d) conflict is introduced

rising action
a) background information is given
b) turning point of the story
c) conflict is introduced
d) conflict is resolved

What is NOT true about the theme of a work.
a) Typically, the theme is more than one word.
b) Theme and mood are interchangeable (they mean the same thing.)
c) The theme of a story should be universal, meaning it should apply to everyone.
d) The theme of a story is meant to teach the reader a lesson about life.

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