Literary Devices and Techniques
Fiction: a narrative that springs from the imagination of a writer.
Novels: a fiction prose narrative of considerable length.
Short Stories: a brief work of fiction that can be read at one sitting.
Character: The people that play the parts in a story.
Plot: The main point of the story.
Setting: The place that the story takes place.
Theme: an important idea or message conveyed by a work of
Main Characters: the most important character of the story.
Minor Character: less prominent characters
Exposition: the groundwork from the plot and provides the reader with the essential
Rising Action: Rising of complications through the stories process.
Climax: the turning point of the action.
Falling Action: events that occur after the climax
Denouement: triangles of the plot are untied and mysteries are solved.
Dynamic Characters: main characters that go under change through out the story
Static Characters: Main characters that remain the same through the whole story.