What is a falling action in a story?


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Nikki Ridgerider Profile
Falling action is when the most exciting part in the story is turning back to neutral again. It is a series of events most likely leading up to the end of the story. They are usually at the end of the story after the problem, solution, or action.
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Mandy Clark answered
Falling action in a story is after the climax. You can easily tell what it is in a movie, especially action movies. Anyways, falling action in a story is usually at the end and before the resolution, which is when the problem is solved. :)

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