Narratives follow a storyline, so they must:
Have a clear introductory paragraph that sets the hero, his context and Circumstance and his challenge
Develop the action in the middle paragraph
- How does the action advance?
- How do characters act to try to solve the problem?
- Be careful! We do not want to know the end of the story too early!
End clearly and coherently
- How are the different problems solved?
- How does this affect the people involved?
- How do you feel about it?
Google search: Reunion
Note: When British India became independent in 1947, it was partitioned. A new country, Pakistan, was created to house the Muslim. People were relocated fast, and could not say goodbye to their friends and relatives.
Note: The capital of India is New Delhi. In Pakistan there is a city called Lahore.
Who are the heroes? What is the challenge?
|Who they are||What are s/he like||Where do they live||What do they do for a living||What makes things change|
|Mr Mehra's granddaugher|
How do they solve the Proble / conflict?(thanks to Google)
|Who they were||Where did they live||What did they use to do||What made things change|
|Mr Mehra's granddaughter|
|Mr Uncle's grandson|
One day, / morning, / evening,...
First of all...
In the beginning,
After a while
As soon as
A moment later,
In the meantime,
All of a sudden,
At that very moment,
In the end
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