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Plot

It is the pact of events. The writer makes idea into his mind with out lines from whom he makes the story. So plot is the series of events or actions those are collected and the story is made. The dramatist divides plot or events into three different parts____ exposition, middle or body and denouement.

 

i. Introduction or Exposition: It is found or placed in the first act or beginning of the drama. There in all the characters and the main issue on that the drama is written are introduced to the audience. The audience easily understands the relations and the movement of drama. It is a great help for him to render positive and negative feelings to the actors according to categories. The main problem is acquainted and developed entering to the body of the drama.

 

ii. Middle or Body: In this realm conflicts, rising action and falling actions take place. It is the body of the drama, hero and villain come face to face and speed their thoughts or tricks whether they are positive or not. In it the audience gets familiarity to internal and external conflict of main characters. The internal conflict is between the hero and his conscience, where as the external conflict is between the hero and the villain. Both fight or try to knock down each other. Their tussle reaches the peak and now it has to fall down to the end. It means all conflicts and problems come on the stage for solution, but in body they are not solved.

 

iii. Denouement: It is the stage of catharsis or solution of problems. As Shakespeare supports the statement that virtue is rewarded and vice is punished. On this stage is the falling down of all actions. Here conflicts are resolved and after that the characters as well as the audience tension is released. They all go to the previous level.

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