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Plot definitions

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Plot definitions

  1. 1. The Mechanics of the Plot
  2. 2. When thebackground of thestory is “exposed” -what we are told inthe beginning.
  3. 3. When thebackground of thestory is “exposed” -what we are told inthe beginning. What is causing all the ruckus? Well, now we know.
  4. 4. All of the events, started with the conflict, ratchet things up to the climax, kinda like walking up reading stairs.When thebackground of thestory is “exposed” -what we are told inthe beginning. What is causing all the ruckus? Well, now we know.
  5. 5. The turning point - where there’s no going back. We don’t know yet how it’s all going to play out, but it’s certainly the most intense part of the story. All of the events, started with the conflict, ratchet things up to the climax, kinda like walking up reading stairs.When thebackground of thestory is “exposed” -what we are told inthe beginning. What is causing all the ruckus? Well, now we know.
  6. 6. The turning point - where there’s no going back. We don’t know yet how it’s all going to play out, but it’s certainly the most intense part of the story. All of the events, started with the conflict, ratchet What happens things up to the climax, as a result of kinda like walking up the climax - reading stairs. the “fallout” from the bombshell.When thebackground of thestory is “exposed” -what we are told inthe beginning. What is causing all the ruckus? Well, now we know.
  7. 7. The turning point - where there’s no going back. We don’t know yet how it’s all going to play out, but it’s certainly the most intense part of the story. All of the events, started with the conflict, ratchet What happens things up to the climax, as a result of kinda like walking up the climax - reading stairs. the “fallout” from the bombshell.When thebackground of the French for “untie,” thisstory is “exposed” - is where we find outwhat we are told in how things are resolved.the beginning. What is causing all the ruckus? Well, now we know.
  8. 8. The turning point - where there’s no going back. We don’t know yet how it’s all going to play out, but it’s certainly the most intense part of the story. All of the events, started with the conflict, ratchet What happens things up to the climax, as a result of kinda like walking up the climax - reading stairs. the “fallout” from the bombshell.When thebackground of the French for “untie,” thisstory is “exposed” - is where we find outwhat we are told in how things are resolved.the beginning. How do we end up? What is causing all the ruckus? Well, now we know.

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