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Unformatted text preview: of events. Closure- The end resolves problems, conflicts, antagonisms. In the end of a classical narrative, problems are answered. Usually, hero vanquishes villain, usually romantic pairing solves everything. Plot lines that are not tied to the main plot line are minimal. Usually weave back in to help tie up ends. One example, is the hero versus villain with a romantic interest for the hero. Characters have a clearly defined psychological makeup. Moral Binaries, Conflicts between good and evil are very old ideas from the judeo-christian belief systems. Story Vs Plot Plot = events of the narrative in the order they are presented to us, the order it is presented, and the way they are presented ON SCREEN Story = only ever in our heads. It is the mental construct that we produce in our heads as we are watching a film or reading a novel. Narration = fundamental act of story telling Narrative structure is the cause and effect diagram, gives structure of events in chronological order....
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- Spring '08