ELEMENTS OF LITERATURE

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ELEMENTS OF LITERATURE:

ELEMENTS OF LITERATURE ENGLISH LITERATURE By: Kelly Rivera Click for NEXT PAGE

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The Sequence of Events in the story . PLOT Beginning Middle End Click for NEXT PAGE

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HAS FOUR PARTS Exposition Rising Action Climax Resolution PLOT Click for NEXT PAGE

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The Setting of a story Introduces the characters, setting and conflict EXPOSITION Once Upon A Time … Click for NEXT PAGE

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Action is building, excitement and suspense grow Rising Action

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The turning point in the story that occurs when characters try to resolve the complication Climax Click for NEXT PAGE

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The part of the story's plot line in which the problem of the story is resolved or worked out and is typically where the story ends. Resolution Click for NEXT PAGE

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Point Of View Refers to who tells the story and how it is told Can be shortened to POV The person telling the story who may or may not be a character in the story. Click for NEXT PAGE

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Struggle between opposing forces. Conflict Click for NEXT PAGE

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Narrator participates in action but sometimes has limited knowledge or vision . First Person POV I can’t know everything… Click for NEXT PAGE

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Narrator addresses the reader directly as though she is part of the story Your Mom Says you couldn’t go to the concert, but you decided to go anyway…. Click for NEXT PAGE Second Person POV

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Narrator is unnamed/unknown (a detached observer). Does not assume character's perspective and is not a character in the story. The narrator reports on events and lets the reader supply the meaning. Third Person POV And the Prince Learned never to be mean again… Click for NEXT PAGE

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All-knowing narrator who knows what each character is thinking and feeling, not just what they are doing throughout the story. Omniscient Narrator Tina was an inspiring model who was friends with Lily the star. Both were friends with a Duchess from England named Beth. But Tina was jealous of Lily after she won a Grammy. Tina Lily Beth Click for NEXT PAGE

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Representation of a person, place, or thing performing traditionally human activities or functions in a work of fiction Characters Click for NEXT PAGE

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The character the story revolves around . Also known as the “Good Guy” Protagonist Click for NEXT PAGE

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A character or force that opposes the protagonist. Also known as “The bad Guy” Antagognist Click for NEXT PAGE

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The author’s attempt to create a mental picture (or reference point) in the mind of the reader. Imagery The clear blue sky and the warm sun made for a beautiful day for a picnic with friends. Click for NEXT PAGE

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The place or location where the story takes place. Setting Meri slept soundly at home on her comfortable table after a long day at work. But suddenly… Click for NEXT PAGE

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When you click on a figure, it will redirect you to an external website with extra information. Extra Help Click me for Definitions Click me for a List of Literary Terms Click me for Flashcards Click me for a Video Click for NEXT PAGE

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The End Remember To Study Before an Exam