Dramatica Definition: Type

Type • [Structural Term] • The 16 terms which are grouped directly beneath the Classes which most strongly affect Plot • There are 16 Types in the Dramatica structure, four to each Class. The Classes each represent a different point of view and the Types in that Class represent a more refined exploration of that point of view. In a sense, Types describe the basic categories of what can be seen from a given point of view. Just as Domain level appreciations create genre-like brush strokes in the story structure, Type level appreciations determine the nature of the plot.

From the Dramatica Dictionary

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