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What is the plot summary?

A plot summary is a description of the story in a novel, film or other piece of storytelling. It is not a review and should not contain the opinions of the author. It should c (MORE)

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What is the plot of Twilight?

Basically, the plot of "Twilight" is:    A 17 year old called Bella Swan, moves to Forks, Washington, to  stay with her father whilst her mother travels. Unlike her pr (MORE)
In Titanic

What is the plot of the Titanic?

Titanic's plot was "God Himself could not sink this ship". Some  people mostly 1st class passengers and the crew believed that to be  true.

What are the parts of a plot?

There is however another school of thought that involves 8 parts of a plot. Point of entranceexpositiondefining eventrising actioncrisisfalling actiondenouementclosure To be (MORE)

What is parallel plot?

Parallel plot means that the author has two plot lines going at the same time. For example, in one of my stories, one plot has the characters working on a mystery for the gove (MORE)

How do you plot points?

Suppose you were told to locate "(5, 2)" (pronounced as "the point five two" or just "five two") on the place. Where would you look? To understand the meaning of "(5, 2)", you (MORE)

What is climax in a plot?

The climax of a plot is the point of the most suspense when you feel you just HAVE to find out how the end turns out. It almost ALWAYS comes close to the end of the story. Thi (MORE)

What is plot in movie?

It is everything in a movie that encompasses the story including  the setting, events, and character motives. Although not entirely  mutually exclusive from the characters, (MORE)

What is a plot summary?

Plot is the sequence of events through which an author construct a story which is always in chronological order. Plot summary is summary of the story which is not in a chrono (MORE)

What are plot techniques?

"Technique" means how things are done or the way you do them. Plot techniques are just the way you make your story work. Some examples of plot techniques include foreshadowing (MORE)