Story arc

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The three-act structure divides a story into three parts: setup, confrontation, and resolution. For this post, I’m going to use the movie The Wizard of Oz as an example... Girl With Dragon Tattoo, Three Act Structure, Plot Structure, Plot Diagram, Writing Plot, Big Twist, Story Structure, Writers Write, Story Arc

Understanding the Three-Act Structure

By Jill Williamson The three-act structure divides a story into three parts: setup, confrontation, and resolution. For this post, I’m going to use the movie The Wizard of Oz as an example. I've pulled much of these terms from script writing and morphed them into my own version of the three act structure. If you Google “three act structure” you’ll find many variations, but this is how I've broken it down for my own understanding. Also, The Wizard of Oz is a complex film. One could argue that…

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Writing Tip - The Story Arc

What Are Story Arcs? “The Oxford English Dictionary defines a story arc as (in a novel, play, or film) the development or resolution of the narrative or principal theme. A story arc is the shape of your story. The shape can be described as rises and falls on a graph. This shape is created by characters who encounter […]

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