According to the dictionaries, a plot is a “storyline,” “main story,” or “plan” in a literary work. A search online will tell you that a plot is a “series of events,” “a list of checkpoints to move a story,” “how the story is delivered in a book,” “the structure of events,” “what happens,” “a chain of events” in a story.
You know what? To be frank, all these definitions of “plot” stink.
Not only are they pretty vague, but some of them don’t even check out.
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