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Unreliable narrator

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Mrs. Warren English I Fiction Literary Terms Fiction: Any writing from the author?s imagination. Narrative fiction: any writing from the author?s imagination that tells a story. It may be a short story, a novella, a novellette, a novel. Character: a person or animal in a story or work of literature. Characterization: the process by which a writer makes that character seem real to the reader. Protagonist: the main character of a story who is left changed by the conflict. A protagonist DOES NOT HAVE TO BE A HERO. The protagonist may not be a likable character, but he or she MUST be left changed by the conflict in the story Antagonist: the character, force, or collection of forces which oppose the protagonist and give rise to the conflict of the story
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