Every story has an arc.
The arc begins with an introduction of the story’s characters, place, and time. As it curves upward, we discover hopes and desires and challenges to those hopes and desires. A conflict is created. The conflict rises to a climax, and then the story falls to a resolution.
Along the way are literary elements such as hyperbole, imagery, theme, and comic relief.
These are found in The Greatest Story Ever Told, the climax and resolution of which we remember every Easter. Continue reading “Comic Relief in the Greatest Story Ever Told”