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Plot and Story Elements
Transcript of Plot and Story Elements
Plot - the
of events that make up a story
Symbol - person, place, or object with layers of
in a story
Writer introduces characters &
; ends with the inciting incident
The event or decision that ignites the story's
The story builds,
Typically, the majority of the story's action takes place within this period.
point; the peak of the action and
The conflict begins to
as a result of the climax
is resolved. Author answers any remaining questions, and gives time to think about the
Conflict - the struggle between
forces within the story
Internal - happening "
" the character
External - happens "
" in the character's world
of the narrator (speaker)
Protagonist - main
of the story; not necessarily a
Antagonist - person or
(opposing) the protagonist
Tone - author's written
toward a subject or even the audience
Theme - main
of a literary work; may be stated directly or indirectly
Mood - "Climate" of
; evokes emotions in the reader using
the story takes place; includes place, time period, season, time of day, climate, etc.
1st person - "I," "me"
3rd person limited - narrator only knows the thoughts and feelings of one character
3rd person omniscient - narrator knows the thoughts and feelings of all of the characters in the story
Audience - the
for which a text (book, play, movie, etc.) is intended