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Match the definition to the word. 1. creating imaginary fictional people who seem real language 2. what happens; the sequence of events in a literary work characterization 3. the central idea of a work of literature plot 4. the way the author uses his words; the diction, sentence structure and overall prose style of the story theme 5. the location in place and time of the story symbolism 6. the use of something that stands for or represents something else setting
1. creating imaginary fictional people who seem real - characterization 2. what happens; the sequence of events in a literary work - plot 3. the central idea of a work of literature - theme 4. the way the author uses his words; the diction, sentence structure and overall prose style of the story - language 5. the location in place and time of the story - setting 6. the use of something that stands for or represents something else - symbolism
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1. creating imaginary fictional people who seem real - characterization
2. what happens; the sequence of events in a literary work - plot
3. the central idea of a work of literature - theme
4. the way the author uses his words; the diction, sentence structure and overall prose style of the story - language
5. the location in place and time of the story - setting
6. the use of something that stands for or represents something else - symbolism






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The five parts of a good story in the order in which they usually occur:
1. Exposition.
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3. Climax.
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