Question 1 An established class or category of artistic composition or literature.
Answer 1 What is – Genre?
Question 2 The vantage point in which a narrator is removed from the story and knows everything that needs to be known.
Answer 2 What is – the omniscient point of view ?
Question 3 The representation of abstract ideas or principles by characters, figures, or events in narrative, dramatic, or pictorial form.
Answer 3 What is – an allegory?
Question 4 A character who does not change during a story.
Answer 4 What is – a static character ?
Question 5 The recognition of the difference between reality and appearance.
Answer 5 What is – irony ?
Question 6 The point in a literary work at which the chief dramatic complication is resolved.
Answer 6 What is – resolution ?
Question 7 The reflection of an authors attitude toward his or her subject.
Answer 7 What is – tone ?
Question 8 The careful sequencing of events in a story generally built around a conflict.
Answer 8 What is – plot ?
Question 9 The method an author uses to create the personality of imaginary characters in a piece of fiction.
Answer 9 What is – characterization ?
Question 10 The struggle between opposing forces that brings about the action within a story or drama.
Answer 10 What is – conflict ?
Question 11 A concrete thing used to suggest something larger and more abstract.
Answer 11 What is – a symbol ?
Question 12 A character who is complex and multi-dimensional.
Answer 12 What is – a round character ?
Question 13 A component of a piece of literature such as plot or setting in a story.
Answer 13 What is – a literary element?
Question 14 The stance of vantage point from which a story is narrated.
Answer 14 What is – viewpoint ?
Question 15 The time and place of the action of a literary work.
Answer 15 What is – setting ?
Question 16 An authors distinctive manner of expression.
Answer 16 What is – style ?
Question 17 A literary technique in which ideas, customs, behaviors, or institutions are ridiculed for the purpose of improving society.
Answer 17 What is – satire ?
Question 18 The secondary action of a story that reinforces or contrasts with the main plot.
Answer 18 What is – the subplot ?
Question 19 The perspective or attitude of a narrator of a piece of literature.
Answer 19 What is – point of view ?
Question 20 A contrast between what is intended or expected and what actually occurs.
Answer 20 What is – situational irony ?
Question 21 The technique of giving clues to coming events in a narrative.
Answer 21 What is – foreshadowing ?
Question 22 Narration in which the point of view is that of the main character.
Answer 22 What is – first person narration ?
Question 23 A character who undergoes a change during the course of a story.
Answer 23 What is – a dynamic character?
Question 24 A brief narrative of an interesting, unusual or biographical event often used to illustrate a point.
Answer 24 What is – an anecdote ?
Question 25 Information a reader may obtain from a text that helps confirm the meaning of a word or group of words.
Answer 25 What is – context clues ?
Final Jeopardy The vantage point in which a narrator tells the story in the third person but often confines him or herself to what is experienced, thought, and felt by a single or limited number of characters.
Final Jeopardy Answer What is – limited point of view ?