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Lit. Term Vocab List #3

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1.a brief work of fiction that can usually be read in a single sitting
4.prose writing that tells and imaginary story
8.when the narrator tells us what one character thinks, feels, and observes.
9.a major person or creature that takes place in literary work
13.a work of fiction that is longer than a short story, but shorter than a novel
15.sequence of related events that make up a story
16.when the conflict is resolved and the outcome of the plot becomes clear
19.a short entertaining account about a person or an event
21.techniques that writers use to create and develope characters
22.language that lacks the special features of poetry
23.characters who change little, if any
24.a person, an animal, or an imaginary creature that takes part in the action of a literary work
25.type of literature in which ideas and feelings are expressed in compact, imaginative, and musical language
26.when one event brings about the other
27.introduces the characters and establishes the main idea
2.(all knowing) allows the observer to relate the thoughts and feelings of the story's characters
3.first - person pronouns : I, me, mine, my
5.work of fiction that is longer and more complex than a short story
7.a type or category of literature
8.the point of maximum interest (also climax)
10.complex or intricate feature or element
11.characters that change significantly
12.writing that tells about real people, places, and events
14.people or creatures in literary works of lesser importance
17.his or her reason for creating a particular work
18.loose ends are tied up and the story is brought to a close
20.struggle between opposing forces

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