Characteristics in Literature
There are certain aspects of stories that are found in most literature. These are known as the common characteristics. These characteristics are what make up the backbone of any story. The following represent the common characteristics of any story: Characters, which are the people who are active within the story; a Plot, also known as a storyline, which presents a conflict or issue, as well as a resolution to said conflict or issue; and a Setting, which is the time and location in which the story develops.
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