The plot and structure of a peice of writing are very important. Plot is the sequence of incidents or events through which an author constructs a story. A lot of skilled authors are careful to present the sequence in a significant order. The plot of a story is not the action itself, but the way the author arranges the action toward a specific end.
    The plot of a story always consists of key things or are effected by certain things. There is always a conflict, or a clash of actions, ideas, desires, or wills in the plot of a story. These conflicts include person vs. person, person vs. the environment, and person vs. themself. Every plot also includes a protagonist and an antagonist. The protagonist is the central character in the story. The antagonist is the force against the protagonist. Not every story includes suspense, but it is a great deal of the plot for the stories that do. There are two types of suspense; mystery and dilemma. A mystery is an unusual set of circumstances for which the reader craves explanation. Dilemma is a position in which he/she must choose between two courses of action, both undesirable. The sudden turn in a plot that is unjustified by the situation or characters is

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