Setting is the backbone of our plot. It is where the story is set. Every person, whether real or imaginary is a product of their environment and this is especially true of characters in fiction.
Move a character from a particular setting and their story will change. Imagine the movie 'Fargo' without the snow and desolation of Montana. In 'Unforgiven', William Munny, would have acted entirely differently had he been a bank clerk in modern day Cardiff (Wales) instead of a former gunslinger turned breadline dirt farmer in the unpredictable Wild West. 'Little Dorritt' by Charles Dickens would never have worked in a contemporary setting, without debtor's prisons, the Circumlocution Office and with today's relatively easy access to solicitors, attorneys and lawyers.
Setting is not just a matter of where and when. In his book, 'Story', Robert McKee argues that setting has four dimensions:
Period - a story's place in time and history. Contemporary, historical, or futuristic? Only rarely is Period unimportant, such as in romances such as Watership Down, Animal Farm and Bambi.
Duration - how long do the events in your story last? Hours, weeks, months, years, decades, centuries, or even longer? Location -- where in the world (or universe) is your story set? Wimbledon, Wisconsin or the planet Wu? Level of Conflict -- what struggles do your characters experience? Are these conflicts entirely internal or are they caused by outside factors such as war, famine or lawlessness?
A plot diagram is a tool you can use to organize the different parts of the story. An example of a plot diagram is Freitag's Pyramid.
No. The plot is the events that happen in a story. The setting is where those events take place. The plot can effect the setting and the setting can effect the plot. They are separate, but important elements of story.
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What is the relationship between the setting and the plot in The Crucible?
The plot is what happens; the characters are who it happens to; the setting is where and when it happens.
The setting is where and when the story occurs. If you don't have a setting, it's very hard to understand and enjoy the plot.
A plot chart is a diagram in which you plot certain properties like Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, and Resolution.
The plot diagram is a big diagram, and it starts the exposition, then the rising action then the climax then the falling action and finally the resolution.
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Its at the top of the plot diagram, or plot mountain, between the rising action and the falling action. Take a look at the related links for an example.
A plot diagram.
It is a diagram of a plot showing beginning, middle, and end of the story's plot.
Setting is where and when the story takes place, which enhances the plot by providing a background for the story.
You need to know the luminosity and temperature of star in order to plot it on the HR diagram.
How would you have a story without somewhere for it to happen? And without a plot, there's nothing happening at all. If you don't have setting and plot, you don't have a story.
No it's not. The plot is basically the structure of a piece of literature, for example, a play. The setting, and ex. a play can have several, is just part of the plot.
A plot covers the whole story; a setting just indicates where the action took place.
Setting is the time, place, and social environment of the story. You have to set your plot somewhere and somewhen.
What is the exposition of the movie Despicable Me on a plot