Course 6—Lecture

LitCourse 6
How to Read: Plot


Plot —chronology

Chronology is the timeline of a story's events—the order in which events occur.

Linear time—forward forward movement of time; events move from past to present.

Non-linear time—forward and backward movement of time. The telling of events is disjointed, jumping back and forth between past and present. "Well, this happened...but before that, this happened...."

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