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FORM & STRUCTURE

FORM & STRUCTURE

FORM & STRUCTURE. trope. allegory. frame. metanarrative. Implied reader. narrator. indeterminacy. c oming-of-age. bildungsroman. soliloquy. monologue. duologue. chronology. i nternal analepsis. external analepsis. prolepsis. tragedy. comedy. realism. Reflexive fiction.

By senta
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Point of View

Point of View

Point of View. Point of view refers to who is telling the story and how it is told. The person who is telling the story is called the NARRATOR. Types of P.O.V. used in literature.

By gita
(137 views)

The Monkey’s Paw Short Story by W.W. Jacobs

The Monkey’s Paw Short Story by W.W. Jacobs

The Monkey’s Paw Short Story by W.W. Jacobs. Introducing the Short Story Literary Analysis: Mood Reading Skill: Identify Type of Narrator Vocabulary in Context. INTRODUCING THE SHORT STORY. Are you SUPERSTITIOUS?. Many people say they aren’t superstitious.

By kasi
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The Monkey’s Paw Short Story by W.W. Jacobs

The Monkey’s Paw Short Story by W.W. Jacobs

The Monkey’s Paw Short Story by W.W. Jacobs. Introducing the Short Story Literary Analysis: Mood Reading Skill: Identify Type of Narrator Vocabulary in Context. INTRODUCING THE SHORT STORY. Are you SUPERSTITIOUS?. Many people say they aren’t superstitious.

By don
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Story Element Notes

Story Element Notes

Story Element Notes. Setting. The historical time and place and the social circumstances that create the world in which characters live. Setting Revealed Through:. Geographic location Cultural backdrop/social context/time period Artificial environment Props. Plot.

By glenda
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Point-of-View

Point-of-View

Point-of-View. All about the Narrator. Point-of-view is only referring to the narrator’s point-of-view. You can only look at the narration to determine POV. Words in dialogue do not count. Three points-of-view. First person Second person Third person. First Person POV.

By washi
(924 views)

Point-of-View

Point-of-View

Point-of-View. All about the Narrator. Point-of-view is only referring to the narrator’s point-of-view. The POV is only told through the narrator You can only look at the narration to determine POV. Words in dialogue do not count. The narrator is the teller of a story.

By gore
(198 views)

Point-of-View

Point-of-View

Point-of-View. All about the Narrator. Point of view is the vantage point from which a writer narrates or tells a story. Three points-of-view. First person Second person Third person. Third Person POV. The narrator is telling a story about other people.

By aqua
(117 views)

Point-of-View

Point-of-View

Point-of-View. All about the Narrator. Point-of-view is only referring to the narrator’s point-of-view. You can only look at the narration to determine POV. Words in dialogue do not count. Three points-of-view. First person Second person Third person. First Person POV.

By roth-vincent
(105 views)

Point-of-View

Point-of-View

Point-of-View. All about the Narrator. Point-of-view is only referring to the narrator’s point-of-view. You can only look at the narration to determine POV. Words in dialogue do not count. Three points-of-view. First person Second person Third person. First Person POV.

By christine-witt
(94 views)

The Monkey’s Paw Short Story by W.W. Jacobs

The Monkey’s Paw Short Story by W.W. Jacobs

The Monkey’s Paw Short Story by W.W. Jacobs. Introducing the Short Story Literary Analysis: Mood Reading Skill: Identify Type of Narrator Vocabulary in Context. INTRODUCING THE SHORT STORY. Are you SUPERSTITIOUS?. Many people say they aren’t superstitious.

By beede
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Point-of-View

Point-of-View

Point-of-View. All about the Narrator. Point-of-view is only referring to the narrator’s point-of-view. You can only look at the narration to determine POV. Words in dialogue do not count. Three points-of-view. First person Second person Third person. First Person POV.

By dhambrick
(32 views)

Point of View

Point of View

Point of View. Things to consider. Participant or non-participant Objectivity Distance Reliability. Participant. 1 st person Major character Minor character Innocent eye narrator Stream of consciousness Different times of a narrator’s life. Non-participant. 3 rd person

By cynthian
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