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Story Writing

Sep 5, 2022
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Components of a story: 

  1. Characters: Any animate figure within the story is considered to be a character 
  1. Setting: Background information such as when and where the events of the story take place and the situation that leads to the occurrence of the main events of the story 
  1. Conflict: Turning point in the story when a problem arises for the characters 
  1. Climax: When the story reaches its most exciting point. There is intense action and strong emotions in play at this point 
  1. Resolution: The characters face the conflict, and it is resolved. This is where the story is concluded 
  1. Plot: How the story progresses, all the events that occur in the story 

Steps to write a story: 

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