Course 6—Lecture

LitCourse 6
How to Read: Plot


Plot—structure (classic)

Exposition—background information; usually at the beginning, but not always.
Rising Action—series of events involving conflict, which creates tension and suspense.
Climax—the peak, or high-point, of tension, a turning point in the action.
Denouement—the falling-off of action after the climax; the conflict finds resolution.
Conclusion—a wrap-up, sometimes epilogue.

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