What is reverse chronological order?


Reverse chronological order is the arrangement of events working backward from the time when they occurred. Reverse chronological order is the opposite of chronological order.

Chronological order is defined as the arrangement of events in the order in which they occur. An example of chronological events that may occur during the day is breakfast, lunch, dinner. An example of those same events in reverse chronological order would be dinner, lunch, breakfast. Resumes for employment are typically arranged in reverse chronological order, as are lists that rank things. "Memento" is an example of movie that is presented in reverse chronological order, while parts of the novel "The Sound and the Fury" are told in reverse chronology.

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