Parts of a Story
The parts of a story can also be called the plot line. A plot line is the sequence a story will typically follow. There are six stages to the plot line: Introduction, which establishes the plot and explains what the story is about; Rising Action, which is the portion of the story when actions leading to the Conflict are happening; Conflict, which is where the main problem of the story makes itself known; Climax, which represents the peak of the pre-established conflict; Falling Action, which is the part of the story where the actions to resolve the conflict are happening; Resolution, which represents where the solution to the conflict is implemented and completed.
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