Narrative Noticeboard

There are many specific traits every piece of narrative writing should have. All stories must have characters, also known as the people or subjects of the story. Overall, each story needs characters to push forward or react to the events in the plot.
In addition to characters, every story must have a plot, or events that occur. Usually, the plot consists of five components: the exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution.
One of the most important components of a story is the conflict. A conflict is any struggle between opposing forces. Conflict is very important to creating interest in stories.
The setting is another component of narrative writing. The setting is the time and location in which the story takes place. .
One last component of narrative writing is point of view. Point of view is the perspective in which the story is told.
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