Witchcraft In The 16th And 17th Centuries Sanger/English Essay

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Fiction? ?Terms? ?IN? ?ORDER
Character? ?-? ?Dynamic
Character? ?-? ?Flat
Character? ?-? ?Round
Character? ?-? ?Static
Falling? ?Action
Initial? ?Incident
Irony? ?-? ?Verbal
Irony? ?-? ?Situational
Irony? ?-? ?Dramatic
Point? ?Of? ?View? ?-? ?1st? ?Person
Point? ?Of? ?View? ?-? ?3rd? ?Period
Point? ?Of? ?View? ?-? ?Omniscient
Rising? ?Action
Definitions? ?NOT? ?IN? ?ORDER
? The? ?use? ?of? ?words? ?to? ?convey? ?the? ?opposite? ?of? ?their? ?literal? ?meaning.? ?A? ?statement? ?or? ?situation
where? ?the? ?meaning? ?is? ?contradicted? ?by? ?appearance? ?or? ?presentation? ?of? ?the? ?idea.
? The? ?main? ?idea? ?of? ?the? ?story.? ?It? ?is? ?usually? ?something? ?that? ?connects? ?the? ?story? ?to? ?the? ?real
word.? ?It? ?also? ?often? ?leads? ?to? ?a? ?discussion? ?or? ?debate.
? A? ?character? ?in? ?conflict? ?with? ?the? ?main? ?character? ?or? ?protagonist.
? The? ?part? ?of? ?the? ?plot? ?diagram? ?where? ?the? ?characters,? ?setting,? ?mood,? ?and? ?atmosphere? ?are
introduced? ?(usually? ?at? ?the? ?beginning)
? Saying? ?something? ?but? ?meaning? ?the? ?opposite
? The? ?part? ?of? ?the? ?plot? ?when? ?things? ?begin? ?to? ?turn? ?around.? ?Usually? ?comes? ?right? ?after? ?the
? A? ?flashback? ?is? ?a? ?scene? ?that? ?returns? ?to? ?events? ?in? ?the? ?past.
? The? ?emotional? ?atmosphere? ?of? ?the? ?story? ??? ?the? ?reader? ?usually? ?emotionally? ?responds? ?to? ?the
? The? ?central? ?problem? ?or? ?issue? ?to? ?be? ?resolved? ?in? ?a? ?plot,? ?involving? ?the? ?main? ?character
struggling? ?against? ?other? ?character(s)? ?or? ?obstacle(s).
? The? ?high? ?point? ?of? ?tension? ?in? ?the? ?plot,? ?when? ?the? ?outcome? ?is? ?decided.
? The? ?narrator? ?is? ?not? ?a? ?character.? ?Uses? ??he,? ?she,? ?they?
? The? ?use? ?of? ?irony,? ?exaggeration,? ?or? ?humor? ?to? ?criticize? ?peoples?? ?and? ?society?s? ?vices? ?(often
? The? ?initial? ?incident? ?is? ?an? ?event? ?of? ?the? ?plot? ?that? ?starts? ?the? ?conflict(s).
? A? ?character? ?who? ?changes,? ?especially? ?one? ?who? ?comes? ?to? ?a? ?major? ?realization
? When? ?the? ?reader? ?is? ?aware? ?of? ?something? ?that? ?the? ?characters? ?are? ?not.
? If? ?you? ?are? ?the? ?narrator,? ?you? ?tell? ?the? ?story? ?from? ?your? ?own? ?point? ?of? ?view.
? The? ?main? ?character? ?of? ?the? ?story.? ?Usually? ?seen? ?as? ?the? ??good? ?guy?
? The? ?time? ?and? ?place? ?of? ?the? ?story.
? A? ?one-dimensional? ?character? ?who? ?has? ?only? ?a? ?few,? ?easily? ?defined? ?traits.
? A? ?hint? ?that? ?is? ?fully? ?understood? ?only? ?in? ?retrospect? ?after? ?the? ?reader? ?discovers? ?more
information? ?later? ?in? ?the? ?plot.
? The? ?part? ?of? ?the? ?plot? ?that? ?includes? ?the? ?events? ?that? ?develop? ?the? ?clues? ?and? ?the? ?actions
(building? ?to? ?the? ?climax)
? A? ?character? ?that? ?undergoes? ?no? ?change.
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