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Exposition:to introduce background information about events, settings, characters, or other elements of a work to the audience
Exposition: She was talking great and highly about her husband
Rising action:relevant incidents that create suspense, interest, and tension in a narrative
Rising action: the wife notices her husband making an unsual change
Climax: when the story reaches its most exciting or best point.
Climax: the mom and family chase her changed husband into the woods
Falling action: wife watcher her cousin kill her transformed husband
Falling action:wraps up the narrative, resolves its loose ends, and leads toward the closure or as when the main problem of the story resolves.
Resolution: The end or the closing of the story after the falling action
Resolution: the wife talks about how it wasn't him or his fault
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