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1 st nine weeks C.A. Review. Poe. Elements of Fiction. Setting Characters Plot Theme Mood Symbolism Point of View. Setting. The time and place of the story. Characters. - People, animals, or imaginary creatures that take part in the story .

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elements of fiction
Elements of Fiction
  • Setting
  • Characters
  • Plot
  • Theme
  • Mood
  • Symbolism
  • Point of View
  • The time and place of the story.
  • - People, animals, or imaginary creatures that take part in the story.
  • Protagonist- The main character in the story
  • Antagonist- The character against the protagonist
character types
Character types
  • Round Characters are multidimensional and fully developed for the reader
  • Flat Characters have only one specific trait, the reader never knows anything more about the character
  • Dynamic Characters change their traits during the story
  • Static Characters do not change their traits
  • the events in a story
  • 1.Exposition- The Beginning, Characters, Setting & Problem laid out
  • 2.Rising Action- Complications arise with the problem, The Plot Thickens!
  • 3.Climax- Highest point of interest/suspense, a.k.a. the Turning Point, the outcome is decided
  • 4.Resolution- The ending, loose ends are tied up, everything comes together
  • The message about life that author trying to express (moral) it is a statement,
      • complete thought, not one word! “Love” is not a message, but “love heals all wounds” is a theme
      • They look like fortune cookie responses.
  • The mood of a literary work is the feeling that a writer wants readers to have while reading.
  • It’s the atmosphere that’s created.
  • Writers can choose words, phrases, and images to create a whole range of moods - from anger, and sadness to excitement and fear.
  • - objects may be a symbol for something else.
  • http://www.scribd.com/doc/6472314/Symbolism-in-Literature
point of view
Point of View

Point of View (POV)- Who is telling the story, three different types

  • First Person- Told by someone IN the story, uses “I” and “me”
  • Third Person Limited-Told by a narrator, OUTSIDE the story, the narrator only knows thoughts of one character, uses the pronouns “he”, “she”, and “they”
  • Third Person Omniscient- Told by a narrator OUTSIDE the story, the narrator knows