After reading The Time Machine, create your own short story

May 23rd, 2015
Art Design
Price: $15 USD

Question description

This project will be fun! After reading The Time Machine, create your own short story. It should contain all of the elements of a short story including these:

  • Exposition: Upfront information needed to understand the story. This includes the characters, the setting, the basic conflict, and the incident that gets the story started.
  • Rising Action: Whatever you need to get the story moving.
  • Climax: The turning point. This is a change for the better or worse in the main character’s affairs.
  • Falling Action: The conflicts start to get resolved.
  • Resolution and Conclusion: The story comes to an end. What finally happens? Is the main character finally saved or lost?

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