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- narra

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SHORT STORY introduction - title, topic, texttype - hypothesis -> what will be analysed? main part (- characters& characterization) - narrative perspective. - stylistic devices language/choice of words - atmosphere & setting conclusion sum up main points →> refer to hypothesis & TASK - STYLISTIC DEVICES > - metaphor - anaphora - alliteration - enumeration - simile - repetition- hyperbole - rhetorical question contrast - personification - irony LANGUAGE - choice of words - formal/ colloquial structure - effects??? CHARACTERS Protagonist-Hauptfigur - Antagonist Kontrastrierend/Gegner Protagonist Dynamic character character who undergoes some change Flat character character defined by only one or two traits Round character complex, individualized, life-like character Static character character who dies no THIRD PERSON OMNISCIENT NARRATOR - tells the story from outside but knows feelings & thoughts&backgrounds -> big overview for the reader - THIRD PERSON LIMITED NARRATOR - seems to tell the story from outside but know the feelings & thoughts from one person -> narrator not the character →t FIRST PERSON NARRATOR • character = narrator (often protagonist) only knows what he/she knows →> brings you close to this person/ see all due to glasses *** In this story is a narrator/the narrator has a limited/ unlimited point of view. /the narrator is reliade/faliable./ He/she is ammiscent/unlimited to his or her knowledge. ATMOSPHERE ATMOSPHERE/MOOD - tone, feeling conveyed to the adresse via setting The overall atmosphere of the story is._/the mood of rather is.. SUSPENSE/TENSION -quality of the story that makes the reader uncertain or tense about what happens next... ->put to the...

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climax or open ending feelings evoked the conflicts The setting contributes to a atmosphere/ this story is full of suspense because../ the suspense in this scene results from/the tense is created by the conflicts../ the atmosphere in this passage may be describes as... QUOTES P/1.- one line/Page PP./11.-) more than one line/page c.f.) similar to vgl. action and plot external action → characters do in the "real" physical world Internal action in characters mind (thoughts, feelings, memories) Setting place, time social background → in medias res → beginning the story in the middle of the action → rising action suspense increases → climax → conflict is most intense → furning point → change in conflict (suspense → flashback → interrupts the chronological order Character → direct characterization → the reader is told directly about a character's personality by the narrator (another character usw. → indirect characterization →the reader has to araw conclusion about a character by studying him (appearance, behavior, opinions, talking) narrative perspectives first person narrator- (1") narrator is the protagonist, present the action through the eyes of only one character. (reader identify with narrator) limited third person narrator (he/she/they") narrator is outside of the story limits his perspective to only one character third person omniscient narrator → narrator can look in minds of all the characters + tell us about them + tell about post / present / future reported thought thoughts, memories associations are presented but Wlo shy thought" characteristics limited number of characters: A main character (protagonist, a bit character development limited time span only a few hours, days or weeks a single theme / plot. Structure exposition: introduction main character / setting, hints at theme/atmosphere (in medias res] rising action development of the conflict climax conflict reaches its highest point (turning point: change in conflict) (falling action: reduction of suspense) ending → denouement: conflict is resolved → open ending: conflict is not resolved, what happens ? → surprise ending: reader expectations are not fulfilled.

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short story analysis

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short story analysis

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- hypothesis
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main part
(- characters& characterization)
- narra

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SHORT STORY introduction - title, topic, texttype - hypothesis -> what will be analysed? main part (- characters& characterization) - narrative perspective. - stylistic devices language/choice of words - atmosphere & setting conclusion sum up main points →> refer to hypothesis & TASK - STYLISTIC DEVICES > - metaphor - anaphora - alliteration - enumeration - simile - repetition- hyperbole - rhetorical question contrast - personification - irony LANGUAGE - choice of words - formal/ colloquial structure - effects??? CHARACTERS Protagonist-Hauptfigur - Antagonist Kontrastrierend/Gegner Protagonist Dynamic character character who undergoes some change Flat character character defined by only one or two traits Round character complex, individualized, life-like character Static character character who dies no THIRD PERSON OMNISCIENT NARRATOR - tells the story from outside but knows feelings & thoughts&backgrounds -> big overview for the reader - THIRD PERSON LIMITED NARRATOR - seems to tell the story from outside but know the feelings & thoughts from one person -> narrator not the character →t FIRST PERSON NARRATOR • character = narrator (often protagonist) only knows what he/she knows →> brings you close to this person/ see all due to glasses *** In this story is a narrator/the narrator has a limited/ unlimited point of view. /the narrator is reliade/faliable./ He/she is ammiscent/unlimited to his or her knowledge. ATMOSPHERE ATMOSPHERE/MOOD - tone, feeling conveyed to the adresse via setting The overall atmosphere of the story is._/the mood of rather is.. SUSPENSE/TENSION -quality of the story that makes the reader uncertain or tense about what happens next... ->put to the...

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climax or open ending feelings evoked the conflicts The setting contributes to a atmosphere/ this story is full of suspense because../ the suspense in this scene results from/the tense is created by the conflicts../ the atmosphere in this passage may be describes as... QUOTES P/1.- one line/Page PP./11.-) more than one line/page c.f.) similar to vgl. action and plot external action → characters do in the "real" physical world Internal action in characters mind (thoughts, feelings, memories) Setting place, time social background → in medias res → beginning the story in the middle of the action → rising action suspense increases → climax → conflict is most intense → furning point → change in conflict (suspense → flashback → interrupts the chronological order Character → direct characterization → the reader is told directly about a character's personality by the narrator (another character usw. → indirect characterization →the reader has to araw conclusion about a character by studying him (appearance, behavior, opinions, talking) narrative perspectives first person narrator- (1") narrator is the protagonist, present the action through the eyes of only one character. (reader identify with narrator) limited third person narrator (he/she/they") narrator is outside of the story limits his perspective to only one character third person omniscient narrator → narrator can look in minds of all the characters + tell us about them + tell about post / present / future reported thought thoughts, memories associations are presented but Wlo shy thought" characteristics limited number of characters: A main character (protagonist, a bit character development limited time span only a few hours, days or weeks a single theme / plot. Structure exposition: introduction main character / setting, hints at theme/atmosphere (in medias res] rising action development of the conflict climax conflict reaches its highest point (turning point: change in conflict) (falling action: reduction of suspense) ending → denouement: conflict is resolved → open ending: conflict is not resolved, what happens ? → surprise ending: reader expectations are not fulfilled.