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1/13 Gaps – frustrations, resistance, moments of pause Borders- obstacles or walls 1/20 Narrative : the story prose, poetry, involves characters, plot structure, setting Faulkner’s: modernist , demanding, time fragmentation, steam of consciousness, and multiple narrators/narrative voices Narrative Voice : holds narrative together. Examples include First Person (I+We), Second Person (you), Third Person/subjective/3 rd person limited (narrator not equal to character, more than one character), objective (no thoughts or feelings), omniscient (all knowing) Plot Exposition- Beginning of the story where plot is set up Rising action- Plot thickens, story gets more involved Climax- Turning point in the story Falling action- Conflict unravels Denouncement- Loose ends are tied up and everything is resolved Story- Grand Narrative Boy and girl meet each other: Romeo and Juliet Young Boy becomes a man: Lion King/ Tom Sawyer Crime Solving: Nancy Drew, Law and Order 2/3 Tone: revealed through the narrative; the authors implicit attitiude toward reader or
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