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Literary Elements Mrs. Leyland English
Setting Characterization Plot Conflict Climax Resolution Theme Point of view Figurative Language
Setting Setting:Tells the reader where and when the story takes place.
Characterization Characterization: The writer gives information about the characters in the story.
Plot Plot: A series of events through which the writer reveals what is happening, to whom, and why.
Elements of a Story
Conflict Conflict: Is a problem in the story that needs to be resolved.
Climax Climax: When the action comes to its highest point of conflict.
Resolution Resolution: The story’s action after the climax until the end of the story. The “conclusion” of the story.
Theme Theme: The story’s main ideas. The “message” the writer intends to communicate by telling the story.
Point of View Point of view: The position of the narrator of the story and what the writer sees from that vantage point. First person—”I”- Storyteller’s perception Third person Omniscent—he, she, all knowing Unreliable Narrator— leaves out information or is unaware of other’s actions
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