In the book The Art of Racing in the Rain, what are the turning points or significant events that affect the development of the plot?
When a reader talks about "turning points and significant events" he or she is speaking specifically about plot development. The plot of a story is comprised of six different parts: the exposition, the inciting incident (or conflict), the rising action, the climax, the falling action, and the resolution. The Art of Racing in the Rain is a perfect novel to speak about these plot points as "turning points and significant events."
In the exposition, the reader learns about our narrator, Enzo, who is a dog. Even though the crux of the story centers around Denny (the race car driver and Enzo's owner), Enzo's thoughts as narrator...
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