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The narrator tells the story from the view point of one character. The narrator sees only what one character sees and thinks. Narrator uses he and she to talk about the character.
Third Person Limited
The narrator can see into the minds of all the characters. The narrator desribes the actions of the characters in different places and times. The narrator uses he or she to talk about the characters.
Third person omniscent
The general lesson that the reader learns from reading a piece of writing that can be taken out of the story and applied in real life.
The feeling you get from reading a piece of writing
Where the story takes place
5 parts of Plot
- Rising action
- falling action
The act of developing a character
authoer coems right out and directly states what type of person a character is
author shows the reader what type of person a character is by giving examples of how the character acts, what he says, and what others say about him
Long stories get...
Short stories and poems get...
Use of clues to hint about what will happen later in the story
When the reader or viewer expects one thing to ahppen and the opposite does
a struggle inside one character can be a decision between right and wrong
a sturggle between two outside forces
the repitition of a cosntant sound at the beginning of words
ex: do or die
the repition of a vowel sound within words
ex: free and easy
the use of words that sound like what they mean
a comparison between two unlike things
ex: my kitten is a firece as a tiger
a comparison between two unlike things without using like or as
when something is not alive btu is made tos ound like a person
a wild exaaggeration
the repition of sounds at the end of words
it means more than what it says on the sruface
mean exactly what it says
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