This is the sequence of events that make up the story, including the setup, conflict, climax, and resolution.
The setting refers to the time and place where the story occurs, as well as the cultural and social context.
These are the individuals who populate the story, including the protagonist, antagonist, and supporting characters.
🧠 Point of View
This is the perspective from which the story is told. It can be first person, second person, third person limited, or third person omniscient.
The theme is the central idea or message of the story, often a universal concept about life or human nature.
Conflict is the challenge or problem around which the plot is centered. It is the driving force that provides tension and interest in the story.
🎨 Tone and Mood
The tone is the author’s attitude toward the subject, while the mood is the feeling the author tries to evoke in the reader.
This refers to the author’s unique way of using language, which includes word choice, sentence structure, and literary devices.
The pace is how fast or slow the story unfolds, which can affect the tension and the audience’s emotional engagement.