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A. B. C. D. E. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. The most intense moment of the plot. Climax.

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  1. A B C D E 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500

  2. The most intense moment of the plot

  3. Climax

  4. P.O.V.This story teller is altogether outside of the story’s action. He/she is a godlike observer who knows everything that is going on in the story and can tell us what every character does, says, thinks, and feels

  5. Third Person Omnicient


  7. What is the difference between foreshadowing and flashbacks?

  8. Foreshadowing looks to the futureFlashbacks look to the past

  9. This term identifies the main character in a story

  10. Protagonist

  11. Writers use this to evoke an overall feeling in a literary work

  12. Mood

  13. This is the attitude a writer takes toward a character, subject or reader

  14. Tone

  15. This is an example of what type of characterization?“Denise is a team player who is always focused.”

  16. Direct characterization

  17. This is a complex, three-dementional character

  18. Round character

  19. This is an example of what type of theme:Love Will Always Conquer Evil

  20. Universal Theme

  21. In a(n) ____________, characters, places, and things stand for abstract ideas or moral qualities

  22. Allegory

  23. These two types of irony are found in “Lamb to the Slaughter”

  24. Dramatic and Situational Irony

  25. This is the reader’s uncertainty about what will happen in the story

  26. Suspense

  27. This is an example of what type of conflict?A man feels guilty because he has committed a crime

  28. Internal Conflict

  29. In “____________________,” Tom Benecke’s major conflict is to retrieve an important paper without being killed Story title

  30. “Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket”

  31. In “Lamb to the Slaughter,” Mary Maloney goes to the grocery story because she needs this:

  32. An Alabi

  33. This is used when a writer interrupts the story to show a past event

  34. Flashback

  35. The opposing force or character that blocks the main character

  36. antagonist

  37. This is a person, place, or thing that represents both itself and something beyond itself

  38. Symbol

  39. The following pictures are examples of what?

  40. Public Symbols

  41. In this type of allegory, animal characters that symbolize vices and virtues act out a story in order to teach an important lesson in life.

  42. Fable

  43. This part of the plot contains background information

  44. Exposition

  45. Daily Double

  46. Identify the type of Irony used in the following passage from “Lamb to the Slaughter:”At That point, Mary Maloney simply walked up behind him and without any pause, she swung the big frozen leg of lamb high in the air and brought it down on him as hard as she could on the back of his head.

  47. Situational Irony

  48. This is a brief story set in the ordinary world and told to teach an important lesson in life

  49. Parable

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