Plot terms sem. 1

The exercise was created 2021-05-04 by AnnaL30. Question count: 11.

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  • Conflict Something has to be done
  • Complication It looks worse
  • Foreshadowing A sense of what will happen next
  • Poetic justice Punishments and rewards
  • Episodic plot A plot in which there is no cause and effect
  • Sub-plot A plot concerning minor characters, in addition to the main plot
  • Closure ending We know how conflicts were resolved and what happened to the characters after the closing
  • Open ending Leave the ending unresolved, and questions unanswered after the closing of the book
  • Chronological plots The events are presented in order in which they happened
  • Unchronological plots The events are presented by moving back and forth in time.
  • Plot patterns A structure that refers to the pattern the events of a story form. Ex. home-away-home

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