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Plot Map

Page history last edited by Marcus Leab 6 years, 11 months ago

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Terms:

 

Exposition: The point in the plot when the reader is given important background information on the characters, setting, and conflicts. Also known as the introduction.

 

Rising Action: During the story, tension or conflict is built through a series of complications, incidents which either help or hinder the protagonist in finding a solution.

 

Climax: The point in a plot that creates the greatest intensity, suspense, or interest; usually the point at which the conflict is resolved.

 

Falling Action: Shows the effects that the climax has on the characters and leads into the resolution.

 

Resolution: (Also known as Denouement in tragedies) The end of the story where everything is tied up.

 

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