Story Literary Elements

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Story Literary Elements: 

Story Literary Elements Some basics that every good story must have ….

Every story needs characters: 

Every story needs characters People Animals Or Creatures

The protagonist is the “good guy”: 

The protagonist is the 'good guy'

The antagonist is the “bad guy” or force: 

The antagonist is the 'bad guy' or force

Great stories have a conflict: 

Great stories have a conflict Man vs. Man Man vs. Nature Man vs. Society Man vs. Himself Man vs. Machine

A hint about what will happen next is called foreshadowing: 

A hint about what will happen next is called foreshadowing For example, if you hear this: Then you know someone’s about to get eaten!

The time and place of the story is the setting: 

The time and place of the story is the setting

The climax is the most exciting part!!: 

The climax is the most exciting part!!

The point of view is the perspective of the story: 

The point of view is the perspective of the story 'That rotten wolf tried to eat us!!!!' 'I was framed! I just wanted to borrow a cup of sugar!'

Whether you’re the reader, or the writer, a great story includes all these literary elements!!!: 

Whether you’re the reader, or the writer, a great story includes all these literary elements!!! conflict setting point of view climax characters protagonist antagonist foreshadowing

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