17. dynamic character
19. external conflict
20. internal conflict
30. point of view
31. first person
32. third person limited
building of the conflict.
an extended work of fiction that often
has a complicated plot, many major and minor characters, a unifying theme, and several settings. s. a scene within a story that interrupts the sequence of events to relate events that occurred in the past. t. struggle between opposing forces. It is one of the most important elements of stories, novels, and plays because it causes the action. There are two kinds – external and internal. u. a brief work of fiction like a novel, presenting a sequence of events, or plot. v. the turning point or high point in the action of the plot; the moment of greatest tension when the outcome of the plot hangs in balance.
end of the central conflict (solution).
introduces the central conflict.
a person, place, or thing that in
addition to its literal meaning, has other layers of meaning. z. told by a character who uses the first person pronoun, I. aa. the perspective or vantage point from which a story is told. bb. the narrator uses third-person pronouns such as he and she to refer to the characters. cc. the outcome of the conflict in a plot can be either good or bad. dd. the writer’s attitude toward his or her audience and subject; such as formal/informal, serious/playful, or bitter/ironic. ee. the narrator uses third-person pronouns such as he and she and knows and tells about what each character feels and thinks. ff. the atmosphere or feeling created by a literary work or passage, often created at the beginning of a work which is sustained throughout. Sometimes, the mood can change