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What elements are needed in creative story telling? How does one go about brainstorming content and structure?

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Creative story telling elements are examined.

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Creative Story Telling
- first-person = I/me/my
- third-person = he/she/it
- fictional = created pretty much out of thin air; just imagine something freely, without using anything that really literally exists already, and that is fictional
- background information = what the main character (or their society) has experienced prior to being in your story
- public role = this could be anything from being a government official to working at the coffee shop down the street; as long as this is a situation where the character is engaging people whom they would not know intimately, it will count
- private role = pretty much the opposite of the previous term, this would be who ...

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