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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Plot Line Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution First part of the story where the narrator gives you the back round of the story. The events of a dramatic or narrative plot preceding to the climax. The highest or most intense point in the development or resolution of something. A firm decision to do or to not to do something. By: Faith Graves Exposition In the beginning of my book the narrator was telling the readers the back round story of the book.Ex: The main character 'Darren'is very interested in spiders. And when 'Darren' and 'Steve' go tothe freak show, 'Darren's' interestin spiders is what going to changehis life forever. Examples Book: Cirque Du Freak, A Living Nightmare...By: Darren Shan The part of a literary plot thatoccurs after the climax has been reached and the conflict has been resolved. Rising Action One of the acts at the freakshow involved a spider. SoDarren decided to steal itbecause it was the mostly beautiful spider he has ever seen.Ex: Darren got the spider under controlbut Steve makes it mad and gets bitten.And this spider is very poisonous. Climax Steve is bitten by the poisonous spider Darrenstole.Ex: After the the spider bitSteve he immanently goes unconscious. So Darren hasto make a decision save hisfriend and give Steve theantidote or let him die. And leave his family forever. Falling Action Mr. Crepsley gives Darrenthe antidote and Steve lives.Ex: Mr. Crepsley turns Darreninto a vampire. And givesDarren a pill which slows down his heart beat, cracks his neck and roll him off the roof to make it look like he fell out of his window and dies. And his family really thinks his dead. Resolution After Mr. Crepsley digsDarren from the groundthey make there way toDarren's new home.Ex: Darren now lives withthe Cirque Of Freaks sincehe is now a vampire. Andhe already makes friendswhen he gets there.
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