Elements of Fiction

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10 Questions - Developed by: Kate DuBois - Developed on: - 15.206 taken - User Rating: 3.67 of 5.0 - 36 Votes

  • 1
    What is theme?
    The underlying aspect or idea in a story
    Where the story takes place
    The plot of the story
    An object of symbolic meaning
  • 2
    What is plot?
    A summary of a piece of literature
    The ending of a story
    A series of incidents that are unified
    A series of events not unified
  • 3
    What is the point of view in fiction?
    Who is right or wrong in the story
    Which way a character is looking
    The view from which the story is being told
    The view of the other characters
  • 4
    What is symbolism?
    The attitude of characters in a piece of literature.
    An object that represents something else.
    The underlying aspect in a piece of literature
    Where the story takes place
  • 5
    What is setting?
    The locale or place in which you find the characters.
    The way in which the story is structured.
    Where the characters want to go.
    The overall idea of a piece of literature.
  • 6
    What is conflict in fiction?
    A type of character in literature.
    The same thing as theme.
    All of the above.
    A struggle between the main character and another person.
  • 7
    What is the protagonist?
    The minor characters in literature.
    Every character in literature.
    Another name for the author.
    The person you would say the story is about.
  • 8
    What is the climax of a story?
    The beginning of the story.
    The end of the story.
    The point in story in which the conflict is decided.
    When the story introduces the characters.
  • 9
    What is a motif?
    An image, object, character, situation, theme, or word used repeatedly throughout a work.
    All of the above.
    A type of character.
    A type of story.
  • 10
    Stories can be found where?
    In newspapers.
    In books.
    On television.
    All of the above

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