FlashbackAuthors use flashback to show something about a character’s past.A flashback is a scene that interrupts a story to describe an earlier event.
Flashback is an interruption in thepresent action of a story to tell aboutsomething that happened in thepast—a jump back in time.
What is a flashback?A flashback is an interjected scene thattakes the narrative back in time from thecurrent point the story has reached.Flashbacks are often used to recount eventsthat happened prior to the story’s primarysequence of events or to fill in crucial back-story.
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