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Narrative Structure Definition

Narrative structure is nearly a plot and story that involves the content of a story and the form that is used to narrate the story. The story denotes the dramatic action which may be described in chronological order. The story is determines the plot, key conflicts, setting, main characters and events. While the plot refers to how the story is told. Structure reins the major elements of a story, including plot, setting, characters and theme. A narrative structure is most common in short stories.
The primary types of narrative structure come in the form of:
    • Novels
    • Drama or Plays
    • Poems or Poetry
    • Short Stories
    • Myths, Legends and Folktales 
    • Fairy Tales, and Epics

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