ry o t *S ts* n e m

ry o t *S ts* n e m

ry o t *S ts* n e m e El Protagonist (main character or hero; wants/needs something and faces an obstacle/conflict; usually changes or learns) Point of View (1st = I, me; 3rd = he, she, and they; 3rd can be limited or omniscient) Antagonist (person or thing working against the protagonist achieving what he/she wants) Theme (central message or moral conveyed through the story) Conflict (the struggle between opposing forces; man vs. ________) Title: The Black Cat Author: Edgar Allan Poe Genre: Short Story / Gothic Horror Mood (feelings the story makes the reader feel) Change? (If the protagonist changes, how does he/she change?) Tone (attitude conveyed by the narrator toward the subject)

Learned? (If he/she learned something, what was it?) Somebody (the protagonist): Wanted (whats his her goal/need?): But (whats getting in the way?): So (hows everything turn out?): The series of conflicts or struggles building toward the climax (sometimes subplots are added here to increase interest/depth), is called The moment of highest tension. The turning point. Here, decisions are made, and theres no going back. the CLIMAX the RISING ACTION In this part, decisions made in the climax are worked out. All events occurring after the climax are called the FALLING ACTION The time and place in which the story takes place is called the SETTING How are things at the beginning? The author sets up background, setting, characters, and relationships in the EXPOSITION The Black Cat Plot How are things at the end? Here, any mysteries are cleared up and conflicts are resolved. This is the RESOLUTION *

ry o St E s* t en l em Protagonist (main character or hero; wants/needs something and faces an obstacle/conflict; usually changes or learns) Point of View (1st = I, me; 3rd = he, she, and they; 3rd can be limited or omniscient) Antagonist (person or thing working against the protagonist achieving what he/she wants) Theme (central message or moral conveyed through the story) Conflict (the struggle between opposing forces; man vs. ________) Title: Rappaccinis Daughter Author: Nathaniel Hawthorne Genre: Short Story, Dark Romanticism Mood (feelings the story makes the reader feel) Change? (If the protagonist changes, how does he/she change?) Tone (attitude conveyed by the narrator toward the subject) Learned? (If he/she learned something, what was it?)

Somebody (the protagonist): Wanted (whats his her goal/need?): But (whats getting in the way?): So (hows everything turn out?): The series of conflicts or struggles building toward the climax (sometimes subplots are added here to increase interest/depth), is called The moment of highest tension. The turning point. Here, decisions are made, and theres no going back. the CLIMAX the RISING ACTION In this part, decisions made in the climax are worked out. All events occurring after the climax are called the FALLING ACTION The time and place in which the story takes place is called the SETTING How are things at the beginning? The author sets up background, setting, characters, and relationships in the EXPOSITION Rappaccinis Daughter Plot How are things at the end? Here, any mysteries are cleared up and conflicts are resolved. This is the RESOLUTION *

ry o St E s* t en l em Protagonist (main character or hero; wants/needs something and faces an obstacle/conflict; usually changes or learns) Point of View (1st = I, me; 3rd = he, she, and they; 3rd can be limited or omniscient) Antagonist (person or thing working against the protagonist achieving what he/she wants) Theme (central message or moral conveyed through the story) Conflict (the struggle between opposing forces; man vs. ________) Title: The Fall of the House of Usher Author: Edgar Allan Poe Genre: Short Story / Gothic Mood (feelings the story makes the reader feel) Change? (If the protagonist changes, how does he/she change?) Tone (attitude conveyed by the narrator toward the subject) Learned? (If he/she learned something, what was it?)

Somebody (the protagonist): Wanted (whats his her goal/need?): But (whats getting in the way?): So (hows everything turn out?): The series of conflicts or struggles building toward the climax (sometimes subplots are added here to increase interest/depth), is called The moment of highest tension. The turning point. Here, decisions are made, and theres no going back. the CLIMAX the RISING ACTION In this part, decisions made in the climax are worked out. All events occurring after the climax are called the FALLING ACTION The time and place in which the story takes place is called the SETTING How are things at the beginning? The author sets up background, setting, characters, and relationships in the EXPOSITION The Fall of the House of Usher How are things at the end? Here, any mysteries are cleared up and conflicts are resolved. This is the RESOLUTION

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