Literary Vocabulary Test

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Literary Vocabulary Test
1.
-word used to describe a character.
What are the five ways to describe a character:
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putting the story events in order as they have occurred,
sequence, chronological events.
8.
the background or introductory information, starts
the beginning of the story, that the reader must have in order to understand the story.
9.
climax.
all of the events that take place leading up to the
10.
The turning point, place of suspense. Here the story
is turned in a different direction, toward the conclusion, which is the wrapping up of
the story.
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ending of the story.
The immediate reaction to the climax, nearing
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The conclusion of the plot, end of the story.
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- The problems the characters encounter.
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- conflict with others, nature, or some phenomenon
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- conflict within themselves
- Time and place of the story
17.
- The meaning behind the events and the
characters' actions. The authors message to us or the meaning of the story or main
idea.
Characterization
Exposition
Rising Action
Falling Action
Climax
Physical Description
Setting
Plot
Theme
Thoughts
Actions
Feelings
Resolution
Relationship to others
External
Conflict
Internal
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