G-EN270 FICTIONMovement in dramatic tension“Conﬂict is the ﬁrst encountered and thefundamental element of ﬁction, fundamentalbecause in literature only trouble is interesting. “Only trouble is interesting.” —Janet Burroway
G-EN270 FICTIONMovement in dramatic tension• Conﬂict (internal and/or external)• Rising action• Crisis and climax• Dénouement or resolution
G-EN270 FICTIONThe beginning of stories• Exposition• In medias res
G-EN270 FICTIONThe middle of stories• Rising action • Characterized by a series of reversals, called peripeteia
G-EN270 FICTIONShort story endings• Closed ending• Open ending• Epiphany
G-EN270 FICTIONOther models for analyzing plot• 3-D: Drama equals desire plus danger• Story as war (Mel McKee)• Connection – disconnection
G-EN270 FICTIONWhat readers demand from plots• Unity – plausible cause-and-effect, not just dominoes falling• Signiﬁcance – shows us something about human nature and human nature. A model of reality.
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