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1 When someone says one thing but means something completely different verbal irony verbal irony

2 person, place, or thing used to represent something else symbol symbol

3 The reader sees a character’s mistakes or misunderstandings, but the character himself does not dramatic irony dramatic irony

4 giving hints and clues of what is to come later in a story foreshadowing foreshadowing

5 the main character or hero of the story protagonist protagonist

6 the action or the sequence of related events plot plot

7 A comparison of two unlike things in which a word of comparison (like or as) is used simile simile

8 the high point, or turning point, in a story—usually the most intense point climax climax

9 great difference in what was expected and what happened situational irony situational irony

10 A character struggles with himself or herself internal conflict internal conflict

11 Comparison of two unlike things in which no word of comparison “She is my sunshine” metaphor metaphor

12 When someone says one thing but means something completely different verbal Irony verbal Irony

13 person, place, or thing used to represent something else symbol symbol

14 The reader sees a character’s mistakes or misunderstandings, but the character himself does not dramatic irony dramatic irony

15 giving hints and clues of what is to come later in a story foreshadowing foreshadowing

16 the main character or hero of the story protagonist protagonist

17 the action or the sequence of related events plot plot

18 A comparison of two unlike things in which a word of comparison (like or as) is used simile simile

19 great difference in what was expected and what happened situational irony situational irony

20 the high point, or turning point, in a story—usually the most intense point climax climax

21 second part of plot where the situation gets complicated or the conflict intensifies rising action rising action

22 A character struggles with himself or herself internal conflict internal conflict Human vs. himself Human vs. himself

23 Comparison of two unlike things in which no word of comparison “She is my sunshine” metaphor metaphor

24 a character or force that opposes the leading male or female character antagonist antagonist

25 a reference—whether explicit or implicit, to history, the Bible, myth, literature, painting, music, and so on allusion allusion

26 a device whereby a scene from the fictional past is inserted into the fictional present. flashback flashback

27 the fourth part of plot, in which the complications are untangled falling action falling action

28 time and place of a story setting setting

29 a struggle between opposing forces conflict conflict

30 the action or the sequence of related events plot plot

31 part of plot that provides setting, introduces characters, and establishes situation exposition exposition

32 When someone says one thing but means something completely different verbal irony verbal irony

33 person, place, or thing used to represent something else symbol symbol

34 The reader sees a character’s mistakes or misunderstandings, but the character himself does not dramatic irony dramatic irony

35 Comparison of two unlike things in which no word of comparison “She is my sunshine” metaphor metaphor

36 giving hints and clues of what is to come later in a story foreshadowing foreshadowing

37 the main character or hero of the story protagonist protagonist

38 the high point, or turning point, in a story—usually the most intense point climax climax

39 A comparison of two unlike things in which a word of comparison (like or as) is used simile simile

40 A character struggles with himself or herself internal conflict internal conflict

41 great difference in what was expected and what happened situational irony situational irony

42 When someone says one thing but means something completely different verbal Irony verbal Irony

43 person, place, or thing used to represent something else symbol symbol

44 giving hints and clues of what is to come later in a story foreshadowing foreshadowing

45 The reader sees a character’s mistakes or misunderstandings, but the character himself does not dramatic Irony dramatic Irony

46 A comparison of two unlike things in which a word of comparison (like or as) is used simile simile

47 the main character or hero of the story protagonist protagonist

48 great difference in what was expected and what happened situational irony situational irony

49 the action or the sequence of related events plot plot

50 second part of plot where the situation gets complicated or the conflict intensifies rising action rising action

51 A character struggles with himself or herself internal conflict internal conflict Human vs. himself Human vs. himself

52 the high point, or turning point, in a story—usually the most intense point climax climax

53 Comparison of two unlike things in which no word of comparison “She is my sunshine” metaphor metaphor

54 a character or force that opposes the leading male or female character antagonist antagonist

55 a reference—whether explicit or implicit, to history, the Bible, myth, literature, painting, music, and so on allusion allusion

56 a device whereby a scene from the fictional past is inserted into the fictional present. flashback flashback

57 a struggle between opposing forces conflict conflict

58 time and place of a story setting setting

59 part of plot that provides setting, introduces characters, and establishes situation exposition exposition

60 the fourth part of plot, in which the complications are untangled falling action falling action


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