Name: Professor: Course: Date: Fictional story On a Double deck passenger train carol was shoving an ear bud into each of her ears. At the same time her eyes were close as she was tapping the smaller finger of her hand on the window. The train was moving forward as carol was having a feel as if she was being drawn in water as if she was a find pulled by a hook in the mouth. There is a sugar mill that looks too hand and she moved out to the park lot. The pavement mixed with rain. She shed the tear as she moved towards the train station. The image of the dead body remained to appear in the folder of horrors that have already been formed in her mind. She went and sat down on the seat. She was trying to flashback her past. The ears had not stopped ringing as the train approaches the central station. She debarked happy now and disappeared into the crowd. [...]
Overview and Description This task will allow you to put into writing how your chosen character is starting to take shape in your fictional story. But you will also begin to notice how your character is beginning to function within your emerging plot structure and from a distinctive point of view. With this in mind, you will craft something of a roadmap, a story trajectory in the form of a plot sequence. Submission Specifications Indication of which point of view you have chosen for your story and why you believe this to be an appropriate choice. Creation of a narrative arc, either in graphic form or straight text, on how you see your story unfolding. What you see as your dramatic question and whether you have properly distinguished the difference between story plot and character motivation. A list of obstacles—internal and external—that you believe might block the achievement of character motivation. Steps for Success Isolate how your protagonist is beginning to function within the emerging story plot. Always remind yourself, though, of your main character's motivation. Decide upon a point of view or the "lens" through which you will be telling your story. Craft a narrative arc for the sequence of events your character or characters are experiencing. Constantly remind yourself of the story's dramatic question as well. Make a list of obstacles that might block the achievement of your main character's motivation or pursuit. Format according to MLA standards.