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101ish of the most important literary terms you will ever need. (Flashcards and key ring time). Anecdote. A short narrative account of an amusing, unusual, revealing, or interesting event

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anecdote
Anecdote

A short narrative account of an amusing, unusual, revealing, or interesting event

Good anecdote has a single, definite point, and the setting, dialogue, and characters are usually subordinate to the point of the story

Uses- to clarify abstract points, to humanize individuals, or create a memorable image in the reader's mind

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Plot

Structure and relationship of actions and events in a work of fiction

Parts of the plot diagram

When the problem/conflict reaches the highest point

Conflict being resolved

Introduces characters, setting, situation

How the story ends

Conflict solved

Conflicting points

conflict
Conflict

The opposition between two characters OR a struggle within a character’s own mind

See conflict notes for further explanations

point of view
Point of View

The method of narration that determines the position, or angle of vision, from which the story unfolds.

Point of view governs the reader's access to the story

See point of view notes for further explanation

narrator
Narrator

A person who gives an account or tells the story of events, experiences, etc.

A narrator determines the POV from which a story is told