Glossary of English 2 Literary Terms
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- a highly imaginative type of fiction.
- an individual in a literary work.
- the central character in a story, drama, or dramatic poem.
- a character or force that opposes the protagonist,in a story or drama.
- the struggle between opposing forces in a story or play.
- exists when a character struggles against some outside force, such as another person, nature, society, or fate.
- external conflict
- exists within the mind of a character who is torn between opposing feelings or goals.
- internal conflict
- the sequence of events in a narrative work.
- the relationship of the narrator to the story.
- point of view
- when the narrator is outside the story and reveals the thoughts of only one character, but refers to that character as "he" or "she".
- third-person limited
- Where was JK Rowling born?
- What is JK Rowlings full name?
- Joanne Kathleen
- What yesr was JK born?
- how many sisters does JK have?
- In what city did JK have next door neighbors whose last name was "Potter"?
- What career did JK start out doing?
- billingual secretary
- JK moved to ______ to become an english teacher.
- JK taught on evenings so she could write on _______.
- At what time did JK start writing a story about a "wizard"?
- when she was an english teacher
- JK married a ______ in Portugal.
- When her marriage ended, JK moved to ________ with her daughter.
- JK sold Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone to ________.
- Who bought the American Rights to the first Harry Potter book?
- Scholastic Press
- The happiest times of JKs life was when she got the money to _________.
- write full time
- Bloomsbury Childrens Books published the book in ______.
- year: won childrens book of the year.
- year: published in the U.S.
later had ________ for her second husband.
- The first three books were printed in how many different languages?
- The first 3 books sold over how many copies?
- 30 million
- Because of JKs sucess, A _________ list was introduced.
- childrens best sellers
- year: received an OBE (Order of the British Empire) by the queen.
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