Heck Yes,
I Read The
Story!
G-Units
Elemental,
My Dear
Watson
“Poepurri”
Sleuthing
The
Story
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He is the
protagonist in
“The Gun”
Derek
It’s where the narrator stored
the body in the
“Tell Tale Heart”
Under the
floor boards
“Eunice’s” real name
Mr. Tabor
The name of the
relish company
Num Numo
It was the
consequence for
gaining too much
weight in
“Quitter’s Inc”
Wife loses her pinky
finger
In the car.
Fragment
Mrs. Evenson and
Mrs. Holota love
cake they eat the
icing first.
Run-on
Mrs. Holota loves
New York, she should
live there.
Comma Splice
Mrs.
Evenson
Subject
Is the coolest break
dancer ever!
Predicate
The two main types
of conflict
Internal
External
The highest
emotional point in
a story
Climax!
The main character
Protagonist
When the narrator
can see into the hearts
and minds of all
characters
Third Person
Omniscient
Hints the author
leaves regarding the
end of the story
Foreshadowing
He repeats the first
letter in a series of
words.
Alliteration
He tells the story
using a narrator who
says
“I saw”, not “he saw”
First Person
It’s when the idea in
the story builds on
itself and nothing
else.
Unity of Thought
The content of his
stories is often
based on this
___________
Horror!
His narrators are
often this:
_______________
Unreliable
(Crazy!)
It’s what he puts
relish on…
His Girlfriend
Did they see him
smoke? King uses
this to make you want
to keep reading.
Suspense
In this story the
______________
actually is a dark
night drive.
Introduction/
Setting
The part in the story
when they discover
the motorcycle on the
side of the road
Climax
In “Two Bottles of
Relish”, the author
mentions cutting
wood to build this
_______________
Suspense