Do you feel weird after watching the video? Just switching from the third person to the first and second person to tell the story, the overall style is completely different, I feel that the princess and the prince have become funny! Today, the editor helps you to organize the elements of the story and the words of the narrative technique, so that you will no longer only say "The story is good." when chatting! elements of the story protagonist The word means "protagonist".
Pro means "forward", and the photo background removing protagonist is a character who moves the plot forward. Example: In Tenet, the protagonist is never called by his name throughout the film, which gives the audience a mysterious vibe. ) antagonist On the contrary, this word is called "villain, enemy"! It should be noted that the opponent does not necessarily have to be a villain (villain), just the opposite of the protagonist's position or a competitor. See an example: Professor Moriarty is the forever antagonist in Sherlock Holmes. omniscient narrator omniscient means "all-knowing, all-knowing". Some stories are told from God's perspective, giving us every detail we need to know about the story.
E.g: In my opinion, an omniscient narrator makes a story less enjoyable because it reveals too many details from different aspects. details.) unreliable narrator unreliable is the adjective "unreliable", then together it is "unreliable narrator". Sometimes the storyteller is biased, mentally ill, or wants to hide the truth, so the audience can't tell if what he's saying is true. E.g: A: Hey, this article says that Ted from How I Met Your Mother is an unreliable narrator... B: No, no, no. Stop! No spoilers! Let's make a sentence with unreliable! TRA's timetable is unreliable. Trains are always late. climax The word means "the best part of the story." Here's an example: You: Hey, what are you doing? Here comes the climax of the movie. Give me the remote control! Your brother: No. I want to watch the NBA playoff. moral The word means "allegory" that the author wants to convey. E.g: