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Plot The story line
Setting When and where the story takes place
Theme Moral or lesson of the story
Climax The highpoint of the story
Resolution How the climax is solved
Irony Three Types: –Verbal Irony –Dramatic Irony –Situational Irony
Verbal Irony Words are used to suggest the opposite of their usual meaning
Dramatic Irony The audience knows something that a character does not
Situational Irony An event occurs that directly contradicts the expectations of the characters, the reader, or the audience
Point of View Who is telling the story
First Person Narrator is a character in the story Buzz words: I, me
Third Person Objective Outside narrator Knows only one character’s thoughts feelings Buzz words: he,she, they
Third Person Omniscient Outside narrator Knows more than one character’s thoughts and feelings Buzz words: he, she, they
Symbolism One object represents another
Protagonist The character who drives the action
Antagonist The obstacle of the protagonist
Character Someone or something in the story
Foreshadowing Giving hints as to what will happen later in the story
Personification Giving human qualities to non-human things
Tone The atmosphere the author is trying to create
Imagery Language that appeals to the senses
Diction The choice of words used in a literary work
Elements of a Story What you need to know!.
Short Story Unit Notes.
Short Story Literary Elements
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Literary Elements. Plot: the sequence of events in a story.
Literary Terms English I Honors
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Al Oruba International Schools English Department grade 6 Literature Girls’ Section.
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