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Elements of Fiction

Quiz by Natalie Goodwin

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  • Q1
    The type of conflict in which a person or human struggles with a tough decision to make is:
    real conflict
    normal conflict
    external conflict
    internal conflict
  • Q2
    All of the following are terms from the 5 parts of plot except:
    the falling action
    the resolution
    the climax
  • Q3
    One way to define the theme of the story is:
    the expressions that the authors uses.
    the narrator who is telling the story.
    the feeling the author has when writing.
    the message that the author wants the reader to get.
  • Q4
    The protagonist is :
    the main character with all his/her flaws.
    the character who never makes any mistakes.
    the character who is mentioned first in the fictional work.
    the character who is usually evil.
  • Q5
    A static character:
    changes throughout the story.
    stays the same for the most part throughout the story.
    changes to evil and then changes back to a good character
    changes because of another character.
  • Q6
    The antagonist is:
    a character who supports the protagonist throughout the story.
    a character who is the main character of the fictional work.
    a character who is minor in the fictional work.
    a character who works in some way against the protagonist.
  • Q7
    What part of the plot diagram is the part where all loose end are tied up and the story comes to a close
    falling action
  • Q8
    The type of characterization in which the author directly tells us about the character is called:
    indirect characterization
    direct characterization
    indefinite characterization
    definite characterization
  • Q9
    The point of view that is characterized by statements that use "I, me and we" is:
    third person omniscient point of view
    second person point of view
    third person point of view
    first person point of view
  • Q10
    Dynamic describes a character that:
    is known for making many mistakes.
    does not change throughout the story.
    does not have a very large part in the story.
    changes throughout the story.
  • Q11
    The type of irony in which the reader knows something that a character does not know.
    situational irony
    verbal irony
    dramatic irony
  • Q12
    The type of irony in which someone says one thing but really means another is:
    verbal irony
    situational irony
    dramatic irony
    static irony
  • Q13
    The type of Point of View in which the narrator knows the thoughts and feelings of all characters is :
    second person limited
    third person omniscient
    first person
    third person limited
  • Q14
    A family goes to Florida to escape the cold weather; however it is colder in Florida that week than it is in North Carolina. This is an example of what kind of irony?
    static irony
    verbal irony
    situational irony
    dramatic irony
  • Q15
    The definition of foreshadowing in :
    a hint or clue of something yet to come in the story.
    when an event in a story causes you to think about the past.
    a narrator who tells the future.
    a really intense part of a story.

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