Time, Place, Mood and Atmosphere
Mood and Atmosphere
Introduction, initial incident, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution.
Initial incident, climax and resoultion
Conflict, protagonist and antagoinist
Foreshadowing and characters
Rising action,climax and falling action
Narrator's physical description and dilagoue
Narrator's description, dialogue, actions, reactions,character thoughts, and what other characters say about the character
Physical description and appearance
What the character says or thinks
Actions and reactions of the character
Flat and dynamic
Flat and round
Flat and static
Dynamic and round
Dynamic, flat, round and static
The unique moral message of the story
The author's purpose
The topic of the story
The subject of the story
The conflict of the story
The view of the reader
The view of the author
The message of the author
The reader's opinion
The method of narration
Third-person omniscient uses the pronoun "I" and "he" to tell the story, whereas limited only uses the pronoun "I".
Third-person omniscient is all-knowing like God, whereas limited tells the story from one character's view and uses the pronoun "I".
Third-person omniscient is all knowing like God, whereas limited tells the story from one character's view and uses the pronoun "he or she."
Third-person omniscient tells the story from one character's view and limited tells the story from all of the other characters' views.
Third person omniscient tells the story from the view of the protagonist, whereas limited tells the story from the view of the antagonist.
Diction and imagery
Diction and tone
Symbolism and tone
Metaphors and similes
Diction, tone, figurative language, symbolism, dilagoue, and imagery