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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Character Plot Point of view Static Character- A person that doesn't change at all in the story. An examplewould be Harry from "The Weapon".Harry doesn't change at all. Third person objective-when the narrator is not involved in the action and can not reveal any charactersthoughts. An example ofthis is in the story"The Weapon". The narrator doesn't really give thoughtsabout the doctor.That example perfectlyfits third person objective. Falling action-Comes immediatlyafter the climax Short story Antagonist-a person or thing that gets in the way of the main character or the protagonist. Example- "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty".Mrs.Mitty is always gettingin the way of her husbandMr.Mitty. She is alwaysbossing him around and getting in the way of everything. Protagonist- the main character.In "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty"Walter Mitty was protagonistbecause he was the main character. Bibliography- Third Person Limited- the narrator knows only the thoughts and feelings of a single character, while other characters are presented only externally. An example of this is in "The Scarelt Ibis" whereyou can tell how Doodlesbrother feels, but you don't know how doodle feels abouthow Doodle's training. Third person omniscient-the narrator knows the thoughts and feelings of all of the characters in the story, as opposed to third person limited, which adheres closely to one character's perspective. Climax- The turning point The rising action is when things begin to escalate. It takes the reader from the exposition and leads them towards the climax. This part tends to be dramatic and suspenseful. Resolution- Conclusion.The End.
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