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What is imagery? Give an example.
Give an example of situational irony.
In this point of view, the narrator knows everything about all the characters, almost as if he were godlike.
What is third person limited point of view?
She was so frightened by the bump in the night, but her sister knew it was just the wind.
She was so frightened by the bump in the night. She wondered if her sister was afraid, too.
I was so frightened by the bump in the night, but I don’t think my sister was.
What is indirect characterization?
What is direct characterization?
What is foreshadowing?
What kind of characterization is this? Today my English teacher read the dictionary to us for the whole period.
This kind of story has a literal and symbolic meaning.
What kind of characterization is this? My English teacher is so boring.
This is the meaning of a story, what the writer is saying about life or about people.
This is the person or force who is working against the protagonist.
What was the antagonist in “By the Waters of Babylon?”
What is an allusion?
Give an example of an allusion.
Define archetype and give an example.
This part of the plot presents the characters and the basic situation.
Explain the difference between an internal conflict and an external conflict.
Give an example of situational irony from the story “The Chaser.”
What is dramatic irony?
Give an example of dramatic irony.
What is verbal irony?
Give an example of verbal irony.
Give an example of first person point of view.
This point of view is sometimes called the video camera. Name the point if view and explain why it is called this.
This kind of character changes and grows over the course of the story
Name a dynamic character in a story we have read this term.
Name three of the steps in a hero quest.
Explain how the donkey is a foil character to Shrek.
Name Aristotle’s first step in a tragedy.
Name Aristotle’s second step in a tragedy.
What is the third step in a tragedy?
What is the last step in a tragedy?
What was Marilyn Cross’s character flaw (her hamartia)?
What was Prince Prospero’s hamartia?
Which step in Aristotle’s definition is missing in “Masque of the Red Death?”
What is the climax in the story “The Masque of the Red Death?”
Is Sheila Mant a static or dynamic character? Why?
Name a round character from one of our stories.
Is Prince Prospero a dynamic or a static character? Explain.
Is Billy Boy Watkins a flat or a round character? Explain.
What is tone?
Name a complication in “Contents of the Dead Man’s Pockets.”
Is Tom Beneke a dynamic or static character? Explain.
Is Claire Beneke a flat or a round character? Explain.
Name two kind of irony and explain. Oh, great – just what I needed...
Name two kinds of irony and explain.
Explain how the sinking of the Titanic is ironic
Explain how the sinking of the Titanic is a tragedy.
Explain how Hunger Games is a tragedy.
Mrs. Flowers (called I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings pg. 256) 1.Describe Marguerite at the beginning of the story. How does she change? Does that make.
Short Story Terms.
EOCT Literary Term Review. Alliteration Flashback Foreshadowing Hyperbole Situational Irony Verbal Irony Dramatic Irony Metaphor Extended Metaphor Onomatopoeia.
Characters Static Character: Dynamic Character: Flat Character:
Literary Terms and Character Types Scavenger Hunt!!!!
REVIEW. Part I of your test will be over the key terms of this module. Part II will ask you to apply these terms to the short stories you have read.
PlotSetting/ Conflict Character- ization IronySymbolism/ Theme POV.
Elements of a Short Story. 1. Plot Exposition- Basic situation – introduction of setting, Characters, etc.
ELEMENTS AND TECHNIQUES Literary Terms. Short Story A work of fiction that can be read in one sitting. 1 or 2 major characters and 1 major conflict. Tells.
Literary Elements and Devices Plot The action or sequence of events in a story. It is usually a series of related events that build up on one another.
Literary Terms English I Honors
Elements of a Story The most important components that make up a story, novel, or piece of literature.
Types of Characters Include: Protagonist: Main character. Antagonist: Against main character. Foil: Contrasts the protagonist. Flat (static) : Character.
Short Story Literary Elements. What is a short story? A short story is a brief work of fiction.
Elements of Story Review Notes. Plot All the events in a story – from beginning to end 1. Exposition 2. Rising Action/ Complications 3. Climax 4. Falling.
Short Stories Unit Test Review. Protagonist Main character of the story.
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
Short Story Elements and Terms. A short story is … a brief fictional narrative in prose Sometimes only a few pages in length!
SHORT STORY ELEMENTS. 1.Setting the place and TIME of the action of the story 2.Plot series of events in a story 3.Climax the turning point in the story.
This is the person or force that is working against the protagonist.
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