Acts 4 and 5 Suspense, mood, tragic flaw, character motivation, imagery.
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- Acts 4 and 5 Suspense, mood, tragic flaw, character motivation, imagery
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- Suspense that quality of a literary work that makes the reader or audience uncertain or tense about the outcome of events
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- Mood The feeling the author creates for the reader based upon the setting of the text
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- Imagery language that appeals to any sense (sight, hearing, taste, touch, or smell) or any combination of the senses
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- Tragic Flaw refers to a personality trait of a main character that leads to his or her downfall; a character with a tragic flaw is in need of some kind of attitude adjustment.
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- Character Motivation a reason that explains or partially explains why a character thinks, feels, acts, or behaves in a certain way (Motivation results from a combination of the characters personality and the situation to be dealt with.)
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