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Transcript of Literary Terms
Incident Rising Action Climax Falling
Action Conclusion THEME CHARACTERS PROTAGONIST
ANTAGONIST POINT OF VIEW
3RD PERSON CONFLICT SETTING TONE
MOOD IRONY DRAMATIC
IRONY SARCASM FORESHADOW
FLASHBACK REPETITION SYMBOL PERSONIFICATION SIMILE
METAPHOR IMAGERY ALLITERATION ALLUSION CONTRAST PARADOX SUSPENSE PATHETIC FALLACY HYPERBOLE LITERARY TERMS The structure of a short story. "Some day you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again." - C.S. Lewis - verbal