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If your story’s underlying or central problem is seen as a disease, the solution would be the cure. The “Focus”, however, is the principal symptom. Since the symptoms of a disease are often more apparent than the disease itself, the … Continue reading
Excerpted from our Dramatica Story Structuring Software: Overall Story Concern: the purposes or interests sought after by the characters overall. Within the scenario in which your story takes place, there is an area of shared importance to all the characters in … Continue reading
This article is excerpted from Dramatica Story Structuring Software. Over the course of your story, the Main Character will either grow out of something or grow into something. Authors show their audiences how to view this development of a Main … Continue reading
Excerpted from Dramatica Story Structuring Software: The Main Character represents the audience’s position in the story. Therefore, whether he changes or not has a huge impact on the audience’s story experience and the message you are sending to it. Some … Continue reading