Literary Elements of "The Necklace"

Literary Elements of "The Necklace"

Literary Elements in The Necklace Elements of Plot Plot The sequence of events in a story including Exposition The early part of the story which sets the tone, establishes the setting and introduces the characters

Rising Action action that builds suspense to a climax Climax turning point of story, highest point of interest Falling action / Resolution After the climax, author resolves conflict and ties up loose ends Conflict

External conflict character vs. outside force like nature, another character or physical obstacle Internal conflict occurs within a characterpersonal struggle Irony contrast between appearance and reality 3 kinds

Situational irony contrasts what the reader expects vs. what actually happens Dramatic Irony when audience knows what will happen before the characters Verbal Irony what is said is exaggerated or means something else

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