What does all story have in common?
Generally all stories have these things in common:
- Beginning (Introduction)
- Rising Action
- Falling Action
This is the main structure that all stories have in common.
All religions have some form of a creation story. All patriarchal religions believe in the Adam and Eve story (- the story is common to the Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths). However, please note that most Christians do not believe that the story of Genesis and Adam and Eve is a fact - it is just a story.
The Story of Marduk does not have any particualr moral teaching at its core. Remember that a myth does not have to have a lesson, and can be just for entertainment. In this particular instance, the story of Marduk is one of many stories about the eventual destruction of evil by good. This is one of the most common story motifs of all time. Everything from the Bible to Star Wars.
Yes, the noun 'story' is a common noun, a general word for the levels of a building; a general word for an account of something real or fictional; a word for any story of any kind. A proper noun is the name or title of a specific person, place, or thing; for example: Story Farms, Catskill, NY 'Toy Story' (1995), Tom Hanks, Tim Allen Story Mountain near Sparta, TN Story Inn in Story, IN (did…