The Statement of Randolph Carter Lit terms.

The Statement of Randolph Carter Lit terms.
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  • Protagonist
  • Antagonist
  • Imagery
  • The Protagonist is named Carter. He is the narrator in the story, he is a round character because he learned to accept death and learns to not dig in other peoples graves in graveyards. He is a dynamic character because he learns what regret is.  
  • Suspense
  • The Antagonist is named Warren, he is a static and flat character because he is dead,therefore he does not have a lesson to learn, and we don't learn lots about him throughout the story.
  • Mood
  • "Amorphous shadows seemed to lurk in the darker recesses of the weed-choked hollow and to flit as in some blasphemous ceremonial procession past the portals of the moldering tombs in the hillside...". 
  • Point of View
  • "'Quick-leave everything else and make for the outside-it's your only chance! Do as I say, and don't ask me to explain!"'
  • This story's mood is a very scary mood due to the fact that they are in a graveyard in the middle of the night, and the end of the story when Harley gets put in the grave supports this, making it a great story to be told during Halloween.
  • The Point of view is in a 1st person view because the character narrating is Carter, and he is the main character in the story. 
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