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Science Fiction Review

Across
The main character in the story around whom the major action revolves.
The author's process of creating and developing the personality of a character.
Destruction of the Earth on a global level, the end of civilization as we know it.
A being (living thing) from somewhere other than Earth.
The narrator of the story talks directly to the reader using the pronoun "you."
The voice that tells the story is not a character in the story. This voice can make observations on any and all of the characters.
Another name for a category in literature, art, or music.
The emotional atmosphere or "feeling" of a story.
The time and place in which a story occurs.
A category of fiction that focuses on how science and technology impacts human or alien societies, usually set in the future.
The study of robots and robot design.
Down
The point of view where the narrator is not a character in the story and can reveal the thoughts and feelings of one character at a time.
A problem that takes place in the character's mind.
A struggle that takes place outside of a character (man vs. man, man vs. society, etc.)
The use of clues by an author to help the reader predict events that will happen later on in a story.
A robot with a human-like appearance or characteristics.
An imaginary perfect society in which all the laws are designed to keep the human population happy.
An imaginary world full of misery and human suffering, often governed by harsh laws.
The point of view in which the narrator is also a character in the story. Use pronouns "I" "me" "my" etc.
The person or force that creates a problem for the main character.
The sequence of events that leads from the beginning to the end of the story.
The author's message or meaning behind the story.