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IMAGE

Concrete/significant details
Image and imagination
Figures of speech

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Concrete

An image that can be seen, heard, smelled, tasted, or touched

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VOICE

Your voice
Persona
Irony
Character voice
Point of view

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Diction

Can indicate the emotional coloration and attitude instead of just the identity of person or facts of the situation

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Syntax

The order words are used

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POINT OF VIEW

Who is standing where to watch the scene?

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First person

I walked out into the rain. It was cold on my face.

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Second person

Whenever the "you" pronoun is used: "Maureen was trying to write her weekly letter to Len. It was heavy going; you can't say much in a letter."

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Third person omniscient

know any past, present, or future details, and is free to tell readers what to think or feel

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Third person limited omniscient

may go into the mind of one or two characters and can observe from the outside

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Third person objective

may know no more than a person observing the scene--the facts and whatever is present to the scenes

"His eyes were closed. She wore a red dress, stretched tight across her breasts. The early spring sunlight fell through the bare branches and carved hieroglyphics on the new grass."

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CHARACTER

As desire
As image
As voice
As action
As thought
Presented by the author
As conflict
Stock and flat characters

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SETTING

As the world
As a camera
As mood and symbol
As action

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Mood

time and weather

mysterious in the McNeel, fearful in the Vreeland

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STORY

as a journey
as a power struggle
as connection and disconnetion

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Flat character

Static, not changing

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Round character

dynamic, changing

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Conflict

the beginning trouble (like the moms arriving on the poisonous berry sstory)

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Crisis

the climax (like the kid who says "I told you", after not having eaten the berries but thrown up anyway)

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Resolution

characters settle back into their habit of being

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EXPOSITION

the statement of the beginning of the action

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Antagonist

represents the obstacles to the protragonist's desires

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Protagonist

central character