Fine Story

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The Five Essential Elements A fictional story must seem real to its reader. The story must bring emotion, imagination, and intellectual feelings to the reader. The writer’s choice and control of his or her techniques determines how well these elements will affect the audience. A successful story must contain five essential elements: plot, characters, conflict, setting and theme. The plot is simply the events and actions that take place during the story. The plot is the core of the story; it must be developed well. A well-developed plot must have a beginning, middle, and end. A plot of a story needs to contain exposition, complication, rising action, climax, and denouement. The plot should have action occurring and unfoldin Continue...


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In a fictional story, the characters should convince the reader that there is a life beyond the story being told. The reader should become involved with the characters and be able to relate to the situations the characters experience. Conflict is also needed to make the reader care more about the story. The theme is the main idea the writer is trying to express. The theme can be easy to observe or something the audience must determine as the story develops. A successful story must also have an exciting conflict, a setting, and a theme. These should be brought on slowly to keep drawing the reader in. g as the novels characters deal with conflict. The setting may also include the social, psychological, or spiritual state of the characters. The building blocks of a story are the characters. The setting is the time and place in which the story is told. This is essential to help the reader relate to and understand the characters and plot. The setting of a story is a crucial aspect. Explaining the setting in great detail helps the reader sense the environment that the characters are in.

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