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first-person The first-person singular pronoun is 'I'
second-person The second-person singular pronoun is 'you'.
singular The first-person singular pronoun is 'I'.
plural The first-person plural pronoun is 'we'.
pronoun The second-person plural pronoun is 'you'.
juxtaposition Juxtaposition is when two things are placed close to each other for contrasting effect.
personal A personal narrative is a story about a personal experience.
narrative A personal narrative is a story about a personal experience.
exposition Exposition sets up the world and history of the story.
rising Rising action builds tension in a narrative.
action Rising action builds tension in a narrative.
climax The climax is the point of highest tension in a story.
falling Falling action in when tension subsides as the story's threads are tied together.
action Falling action in when tension subsides as the story's threads are tied together.
resolution The resolution is the point at which the main problem is solved.
paradox A paradox is a situation that seems illogical but turns out to be true.

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first-person
second-person
singular
plural
pronoun
juxtaposition
personal
narrative
exposition
rising
action
climax
falling
action
resolution
paradox

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