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These terms must be in your own words. Additionally, each definition must also include an example of the term used in one or more of the reading assignments:

Setting
Plot
Climax
Falling action
Resolution
Characters

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Since I have no idea which ones are covered in your class, I offer 100 words of notes based on general literary terms and concepts to help:

First, setting is the time and place in which a literary work happens. Plot is the series ...

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