Concept

Story structure

Summary
A story structure is how to unify a story's elements under an expected order, which can include events, theme, tone, character, and so on, which is not always located in the plot. These can be also called Narrative structure which is usually presented in written form or dramatic structure which is presented in audiovisual from. This is more of an overview of how story structure works in a cross-cultural and general sense. Definition Story is a narrative, which can be true or fictitious, which can appear in prose, verse or script, designed to amuse, inform the consumer. Story structure, is a way to organize the story's elements into a recognizable sequence. It has been shown to influence how the brain organizes information. Story structures can vary culture to culture and throughout history. The same named story structure may also change over time as the culture also changes. Variations
List of story structures Three-act structure Three-act structur
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