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Narrative and Mythology words

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narrative
The narrative tells the story of something that has happened in the correct order. *
character
I like a person with a friendly character.
orientation
Orientation is which way up the paper is, Portrait being tall and narrow, Landscape being short and wide. *
conflict
Two things are able to exist or occur together without conflict or problems. *
climax
The play finished with a dramatic climax. *
resolution
The more pixels, the better the resolution.
mythology
Symbolism is an art style which uses mythology and metaphor to convey ideas. *
goddess
Persephone is a minor greek goddess. *
monster
He yelled at the horrible monster. *
villain
The film's hero killed the villain.
heroine
Wonder Woman is seen as a heroine in some stories. *
priest
The priest blessed the people.
wisdom
Knowledge of what is true or right coupled with good judgement. *
setting
I took a great picture of the setting sun.
conventions
The language, style and structure of a particular genre or text type. *
language
The TV censor cut out the bad language.

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