What is the meaning of setting in plot diagram?
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?
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A Map Of A Story's Structure, Example. The Plot And Series OfEvents Surrounding The Main Character(s) A plot Diagram is when you list things from a book or story and youhave …to match them up with the term that best describes each one: 1) Expostion - the beginnning of the story where everything starts 2) Rising Action - things start getting tense and conflicted 3) Climax - the point of maximum action, where everything happens 4) Falling Action - things start winding down and getting explained 5) Resolution - everything is wrapped up and the story is ended Think if the diagram as a large triangle, with each of the firsttwo rising toward the point and each of the last two falling awaytoward the baseline again.
Write out the stages of a plot on a paper -- see the related question if you forgot these. Beside each heading, write what happened in the story or book that fits into that …category. That's a plot diagram!
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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.
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.
The Hertzsprung-Russell diagram is a scatter graph of known stars. It shows the absolute magnitudes (actual brightness at a set distance) versus the spectral type or classific…ation (which is effectively what their temperature is). Stars, when plotted onto this graph, tend to fall into set patterns. The position of a star within a pattern (or sequence) can give further information, such as how old the star is.
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Rising action in a plot diagram is the point in time during a plot (can be in a movie, book, play, etc) where the main events leading up to the climax occur. After the initi…al incident (which is the event that makes the rest if the plot take place), everything up until the climax (which is the most exciting and/or dramatic part of the plot) is the rising action. There will be action, information, clues, etcetc during that part. It helps keep your attention and pull the entire plot together.
Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution.
The French word "denouement" ( day-new-maw ) means the resolution of a dramatic situation.
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It is the end of a story or the conclusion.
Basically, if the story could not be the way it is without thatparticular setting. A fictional story about combat in the Vietnamwar would need the setting to be the sotry it i…s, but a story aboutteenage relationships and friendships could be set almost anywhere.