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Narrative Structure

The typical structure of narrative compositions
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Geraint Wong

on 29 June 2010

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Transcript of Narrative Structure

Orientation
climax resolution coda setting of the scene: time, place, atmosphere
introduction of characters
usually the third attempt
highest point of action: the deciding moment the problem or conflict is resolved
falling action: the suspense is over moral or evaulation at the end: optional complication problem or conflict
usually two misses or failed attempts
rising action: suspense builds up NARRATIVE
STRUCTURE
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