Elements of fiction

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Elements of fiction
1 Settings
1.1 Mood
1.1.1 Tone author gives to the story
1.2 Theme
1.2.1 Central idea of the story
1.3 Emotional
1.4 Physical
2 Character Types
2.1 Foil
2.2 Developing
2.3 Antagonist
2.4 Protagonist
2.4.1 Main character of story
2.5 Stock
2.5.1 stereotypical character
2.6 Plausible
2.6.1 believable characters
2.7 Static
2.7.1 Remain the same
2.8 Dynamic
2.8.1 Change from beginning to end
2.9 Round
2.9.1 Complete character
2.10 Flat
2.10.1 Built around a single quality
2.11 Hero
2.11.1 possesses heroic qualities
2.12 Anti - hero
2.12.1 doesn't have heroic qualities
3 Conflict
3.1 Character vs. Technology
3.2 Character vs. Supernatral
3.3 Character vs. Nature
3.4 Character vs. Society
3.5 Character vs. Self
3.6 Character vs. Character
3.7 External
3.7.1 Struggle with outside influence
3.8 Internal
3.8.1 A struggle within the character
4 Plot
4.1 Resolution
4.1.1 The final solution of the climax
4.2 Falling Action
4.2.1 The Crisis has begun to resolve
4.3 Climax
4.3.1 Highest Point Of Itrest
4.4 Rising Action
4.5 Exposition
4.5.1 Background information of character
4.6 Initial Event
4.6.1 The event that started the story
4.7 Antecedent action
4.7.1 Event that happened before story began
5 Point Of View
5.1 Mental PoV
5.1.1 idea of who is telling the story
5.2 First Person PoV
5.2.1 Used to tell the story (I)
5.3 Physical PoV
5.3.1 where the narrator is
5.4 Emotional
5.4.1 Create various moods
5.5 Third Person PoV
5.5.1 Uses personal pronouns (He, She,)
6 Speak
6.1 Narrator
6.1.1 Person who tells the story
6.2 omniscient narrator
6.2.1 Can enter minds of characters
6.3 Limited omniscient
6.3.1 Limits his omniscient to one or two
6.4 objective narrator
6.4.1 Says what he sees
6.5 Tone
6.5.1 attitude towards reader/ other people
6.6 Voice
7 Style
7.1 Milieu
7.1.1 connected to both physical and emotional settings
7.2 Ambiguity
7.2.1 allows interpretations of a word
7.3 Diction
7.3.1 Writers choice of words
7.4 Image
7.5 Image pattern
7.6 In Medias Res
7.6.1 A story that contains no introduction
7.7 Irony
7.7.1 Verbal
7.7.2 Dramatic
7.7.3 Contrast between two elements
7.7.4 Situational
7.8 Motif
7.8.1 Repeated pattern of any type
7.9 Short story
7.9.1 Brief fictional prose narrative\
7.10 Symbol
7.10.1 something that represents something else
7.11 Bathos
7.11.1 barupt, unintended transition
8 Technique
8.1 Allusion
8.1.1 direct/ indirect reference to a person
8.2 Pathos
8.2.1 Quality in literature that evokes sympathy
8.3 Anecdote
8.4 Dilemma
8.4.1 Two choices which a character faces
8.5 Epiphanny
8.5.1 A moment of significant
8.6 Flashback
8.6.1 moving back to an earlier point in life
8.7 Foreshadowing
8.7.1 events predicting another event
8.8 Inference
8.8.1 The deriving of one idea tothe next
8.9 Juxtaposition
8.10 Suspense
8.10.1 Condition of mental uncertainty
8.11 Versimilitude
8.11.1 Is true to life
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