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~ Step 141 ~

Theme - Act Three Ending

This is your last opportunity to make your thematic point.  You may wish to use the ending section of act three to re-enforce earlier choices, or you may wish to alter the balance between the relative worth of the message issue and the counterpoint.

Refer to the choices you've made for the beginning and middle of act three and look at the scenarios and illustrations that remain to be presented.

Reconsider your choices for the beginning and middle of act three, and if necessary, go back and adjust them so that you end on the thematic note that will cap off your message in the strongest possible manner.

Then, list those scenarios and illustrations you want to present in the last part of act three.