Some say there are 6, 36, or 1,462 plots for stories, novels and screenplays. How many are there? Does it matter?
There has been much discussion over the years as to how many different types of plots, stories, or dramatic situations exist. While writers of fiction and screenplays may not want to plan their novels according to these templates, it’s a good idea to keep them in mind. Are there six, 36, or 1,462 different types of plots? Can you structure a story using a template?
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