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Literary Terms. Ms. Cude. Language that incorporates the five senses. Ex: “the peasants plodded along in ankle deep dust” (Hemingway). Sensory Language. Where the story takes place. Usually uses sensory language to convey where the story takes place.

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sensory language

Language that incorporates the five senses.

  • Ex: “the peasants plodded along in ankle deep dust” (Hemingway)
Sensory Language
setting

Where the story takes place.

  • Usually uses sensory language to convey where the story takes place.
  • See if you can find specifically where “Old Man at the Bridge” takes place.
Setting
exposition

The beginning of a story where background information is given to the reader.

  • Such as character names and background as well as an introduction to the setting of the story.
Exposition
rising action

The series of conflicts and crisis that lead to the climax of the story.

  • What are some of the conflicts and crisis that lead to the climax?
Rising Action
conflicts

Man vs. Self (internal conflict)

    • Internal struggle (fighting yourself)
    • Liar Liar Clip
  • Man vs. Man (external conflict)
    • Inception
  • Man vs. Nature
    • Twister
  • Man vs. Society
    • Red Tails
Conflicts
climax

Point of highest action in the story

  • Also known as the turning point
Climax
falling action

All of the action that follows the climax

  • There can still be little mini rises in action at this point.
  • The falling action can also be very abrupt and lead straight into a resolution.
Falling Action
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