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a narrator who is a character in the story, referred to as 'I'
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a struggle that takes place within the mind of a character against a specific thing
includes period, passage, and perception
a character struggles with the expectations, rules, and/or conventions of his or her culture, government, traditions, etc.
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the sequence of events in a story; A causes B causes C, etc.
a struggle that takes place between a character and an outside force, such as another character, a group, nature, society, technology, the supernatural, or fate
one character struggles against another character.
a character struggles against a group, meaning two or more people who are working together or hold the same ideals
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the time and place of a story's action; also includes environment, customs/traditions, values/beliefs
a narrator who knows everything about the events in a story and reveals the thoughts and motivations of the characters
a character struggles against technology or a machine that is supposed to help/offer advancement in life and lifestyle
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the rules that people follow, expect, carry on
a character or force that opposes or is in conflict with the main character
the teller of a story
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the main character; the individual the story follows
a group of characters struggles against another group.
may be general or specific, may change/move, may be immediate/surrounding
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the physical and/or emotional feeling of a setting
a struggle that takes place within the mind of a character; a situation in which the individual is torn between opposing feelings or between different courses of action
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one or more characters struggle against the forces of nature
the universal, overarching idea in a literary work; able to be connected to other texts, the world, and the readers' own experiences
what is seen as important/unimportant, right/wrong, good/bad
a character struggles against an unseen or unknown force.

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