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represents the opposition against which the protagonist must contend?
whom the events of the narrative's plot revolve and with whom the audience is intended to share the most empathy?
A Pattern of identical or similar images recurring throughout a passage or entire work.?
the difference between what a character believes to be true and what the better-informed audience knows to be true?
Retains the spirit, emotional content, and tone of the book, and follows the plot closely. Makes few changes to character development and is carefully cast.?
encompasses the attitudes toward the subject and toward the audience implied in a literary work?
The basic spirit or essence of the book is disregarded. Sometimes, a completely new text evolves due to numerous creative departures.?
The atmosphere that pervades a literary work with the intention of evoking a certain emotion or feeling from the audience?
A moment of insight for a character, in which the light of truth suddenly dawns.?
Unmitigated pride, often the cause of the hero’s downfall in Greek tragedy.?
early clues about what will happen later in a narrative or play?
a doubtfulness or uncertainty about the intention or meaning of something?
we see events through a combination of characters, shifting from one person’s thoughts to another’s. We may also see the story through the author’s comments on the action?
part of a narrative that interrupts the chronological flow by relating events from the past?
haracter who contrasts with another character?
we see events through a character who may be self deluded or may see events falsely?
point of view tells the story through the voice of a central character is often presented as a first-person account?
we see events objectively, as though we were watching a play?
An indirect reference to some character or event in literature, history, or mythology that enriches the meaning of the passage.?
a stereotyped or shallow character, not seeming as complex as real people. ?
one who does not change?
one who changes. ?
in film, an overall scene or sequence that provides information about the location, atmosphere, period, or other background that the viewer needs for orientation?
the purging of pity and/or fear?
the attempt to produce an emotional response that exceeds the circumstances and to draw from the readers unthinking feeling instead of intellectual judgment.?
pieces from two separately shot scenes are intermixed, crating a sequence that moves back and forth between them. The technique invites comparison and contrast between the two scen
: a literary character with sufficient complexity to be convincing, true to life. ?
The struggle between opposing characters or forces that causes tension or suspense in the plot. ?
the narrator, or the storyteller, of a literary work created by the author?
tructure of a dramatic work such as a play or film?
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