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1. Almost all novels have a major problem of some type that they solve. This is introduced near the beginning of the story and most of the story is spent trying to solve this problem.




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2. Through solving the problem an underlying idea, message, or moral is given (by the author) to the reader. This is called the theme.

3. The problem is worked out in certain surroundings of place and time. This makes up the setting.

4. What is done to solve the problem makes up the plot of the story. The plot, in its simplest form consists of:

a. The action that gets the story “off the ground” is called the motivating force or inciting incident.

b. After the story starts, difficulties are encountered. These are complications that make it more difficult to solve the problem.

c. When the greatest (and usually the final) difficulty appears, we say the story has reached its climax. It is usually the most exciting part of the book. The solution of the major problem usually occurs here.

d. After the climax, something usually happens before the very end that’s not that exciting. This is the anticlimax. The author may “tie up loose ends” here.

e. The novel ends after the anticlimax with the conclusion.

5. Throughout the story there are scattered incidents (see complications) that keep up your strong feeling of curiosity as to what happens next. These elements of suspense have been used to keep you reading.



6. The characters in a novel usually represent a certain type of person. What character types are represented in this novel?

a. The characters are usually judged by:

i. what they do

ii. what they say

iii. what the author says about them



b. Novels may have both major and minor characters. The major characters are
those that play a large role in the story. The minor characters are those that play

a small role in the story and are often used by the major characters to solve the problem.

c. People who help to solve the problem of the novel and who would be thought of as “good guys” are called protagonist. The characters that hinder the solution of the problem and therefore thought of as “bad guys” are called antagonists.





A Plot Outline For Most Novels

a. Beginning: Setting is established Characters are introduced Problem of the story is introduced

b. Inciting Incident Some event gets the story really “rolling” Motivating Force

c. Complications Events that make the solution to the problem more challenging and the story more interesting and suspenseful

d. Climax The greatest difficulty & the solution of the major problem

e. Anticlimax Going from the most important event (climax) to the conclusion

f. Conclusion The ending





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