What is the plot in Nation by Terry Pratchett?
Plot, of course, combines a few very specific elements together: the exposition (when we learn about the characters and setting), the inciting incident (sometimes called the conflict, when we learn about the one action that begins the suspense), the rising action (where the suspense builds), the climax (the highest point of the tension), the falling action (as the characters world starts to return to normal), and the resolution/denouement (when the conflict is resolved and the conclusion is reached). The Nation , by Pratchett, has a very definite plot in regards to the...
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