Table of contents for The story structure architect : a writer's guide to building dramatic situations and compelling characters / by Victoria Lynn Schmidt.

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1. Part1 / Drafting a Plan 
How to use this Book
The 5 Dramatic Throughlines
The 6 Conflicts
The 21 Genres
2. Part 2 / Building the Structure 
How to Use the 11 Master Structures
The Roller Coaster Ride
The Replay
The Parallel
The Episodic
The Melodrama
The Journeys
The Slice of Life
3. Part 3 / Adding Stories
Introducing the 55 Dramatic Situations
Supplication and Benefaction
Deliverance and Sojourn
Vengeance for a Crime and Rehabilitation
Vengeance for Kindred and Appearance of Kinsman
Flight and Pursuit
Disaster and Miracle					
Falling prey to cruelty and Becoming Fortunate
Revolt and Support
Daring Enterprise and Healing Journey
Abduction and Reunion
The Enigma and Invention
Obtaining and Letting Go
Enmity of Kinsmen and Hero to Kin
Competition and Concession
Adultery and Fidelity
Madness and Genius
Imprudence and Humility
Crimes of Love and Sacrifice for Love
Slaying of Loved One and Conviction
Self Sacrifice and Self Preservation
Discovery of Dishonor and Discovery of Honor
Obstacles to love and Unconditional Love
Conflict with God and Supernatural Occurrence
Mistaken Judgment and Intuitive Judgment
Remorse and Empathy
Loss of Loved One and Honoring Loved One
Odd Couple and Fish out of Water
Blank Situation Template
4. Part 4 / Finishing Touches

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Fiction -- Technique.
Plots (Drama, novel, etc.).
Characters and characteristics in literature.