What Are Story Elements?


The major elements of a story include setting, character, plot, conflict, theme and point of view. Setting is sometimes referred to as time and place.
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There are five main elements to every story. They are character (who the story is about), setting (when and where the story takes place), plot (events of the story), conflict (central problem surrounding the plot), and theme (the message or lesson of the story).
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