In what ways do the style and point of view in a story format effects the delivery of that story? Style and point of view directly affects the delivery of any story. Every writer has his own style in writing his stories. The kind of style that a writer employs contributes so much to the kind of reaction readers would have when reading his stories. Point of view is the angle from which the story is told. It affects the delivery of the story simply because it would set the connection between the story and the reader.
Say for instance a story is told in a first person point of view, the reader would find it easy to identify himself with the character speaking. What key elements do you need to make sure that your story is complete? Generally, a story has five key elements. One can say that a story is complete if it has these major elements namely, character, setting, conflict, plot and theme. How can the theme be evident throughout a story? The theme is the controlling idea or the central insight in a story. The entire story revolves around this idea.
It is evident throughout the story basically because every character and situation in a story is identified with this central idea. Objective The objective of every story is to convey a message to the readers, usually about social realities and moral lessons. Discuss the concepts of setting, character, and plot. Setting, character and plot are key elements of a story. Setting is the time and location in which a story takes place and is necessary in the full understanding of the story. Character refers to the actors or the doers in the story.
It is not limited to a person because an animal can also be character. Plot is the structure of the story. It is how the author arranges events to develop his central idea. It has five essential parts namely, Introduction, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action and Denouement.
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