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Elements of Plot. Plot is the sequence of related events in a story. . Literary Analysis: Plot. Exposition Conflict Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution. Plot. Exposition: basic information about the characters and situation. Exposition.

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  • Exposition

  • Conflict

  • Rising Action

  • Climax

  • Falling Action

  • Resolution

Plot



Conflict

Conflict


Internal conflict

Exist within the mind of the character who is torn between opposing feelings or goals.

Internal Conflict


External conflict

Exist when a character struggles against some outside force, such as nature, society, fate, or another person.

External Conflict


Kinds of conflict

  • Person VS Person such as nature, society, fate, or another person.

  • Person VS Nature

  • Person VS Society

  • Person VS Culture/Group of People

  • Person VS Self (Internal Conflict)

Kinds of Conflict


Parallel episodes

Parallel Episodes


Rising action

Rising Action


Climax

Climax


Falling action

Falling Action


Resolution

Resolution


Subplots

Subplots


Subplots1

A subplot is a secondary conflicts are resolved or left openplot strand that is a supporting side story for any story or the main plot. Subplots may connect to main plots, in either time and place or in thematic significance. Subplots often involve supporting characters, those besides the protagonist or antagonist.

SubPlots


Reveal

  • Tell conflicts are resolved or left open

  • Disclose

  • Make known

Reveal


Structure

  • Makeup conflicts are resolved or left open

  • Organization

  • Arrangement of Parts

Structure


Effective

  • Useful conflicts are resolved or left open

  • Successful

Effective


Outcome

  • Ending conflicts are resolved or left open

  • Resolution

  • Result

  • Conclusion

Outcome


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