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Definitions of character, setting, symbol, and theme as they're used in Mr. Sheehy's English 9 classes.

Definitions of character, setting, symbol, and theme as they're used in Mr. Sheehy's English 9 classes.

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    Another Batch of Lit Terms Another Batch of Lit Terms Presentation Transcript

    • Literature Terms Another handful for Sheehy English
    • 4 Terms this time
      • Character
      • Symbol
      • Setting
      • Theme
    • Character
      • The basic: A character is any participant in a story
      • 3 Ways to think of characters
        • Static & Dynamic
        • Round & Flat
        • Character Foils
    • Character
      • A character can be either
      • Dynamic
      • Or
      • Static
    • Static Characters
      • These characters stay the same throughout the story.
    • Dynamic Characters
      • These characters change somehow during the story.
    • Character
      • A character can be either
      • Round
      • Or
      • Flat
    • Round characters
      • These characters are many sided and complex.
      • Usually we see they have virtues and faults
    • Flat characters
      • We see only one side, or trait, of these characters.
    • Character
      • A character may often have a character foil.
      • This helps readers recognize particular characteristics.
    • Character Foil
      • This is when a character is portrayed as opposite of another character in a particular way.
    • Character Foil, cont’d
      • By putting the two characters next to each other, the characteristic, or difference, is emphasized.
    • Three other terms
      • Symbol
      • Setting
      • Theme
    • Symbol
      • Something that stands for something greater than itself.
    • Setting
      • The time and place.
      • Often, setting is used to create a particular mood.
    • Theme
      • A main insight or idea that is explored in a work
    • That’s it this time
      • There will be more to come!
    • Image Attribution
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