On the other hand, plot is basically an ordered narration of the story but there is no chronological manner present in it (Nodelman & Reimer, 2003).
The reason behind setting up a plot is to make the audiences and readers curious about the questions that are not-elaborated. This may also increase the excitement of the reader with the story. This is also regarded as suspense because the answers are provided in a surprising manner with the story (Genette, 1983).
Distinguishing factors of plot and story are also interrelated with discourse and story. In easier terms, plot and discourse are considered as similar but there is a slight difference between them. Discourse is mainly a sequence of a conversation revealing significant knowledge. It is also referred to debated account during a story or plot depiction. Discourse allows reporting of the reason behind events in the story (Nodelman & Reimer, 2003).
Painter (2007) has written an in-depth account regarding the role of images in children’s picture books to slow down the pace of narratives. Picture books have limited text as images present in the book also convey the message (meaning) of the story. Dialogues are given much importance in the picture books so that children can think of the scenic projections (Painter, 2007).
Sometimes there would also be a number of repetitions made to put stress on a particular action. The repetition of dialogues and images allows narration to become fast paced when more than one dialogue are aligned with the images (Kress & Leeuwen, 2006).
It should also be noted that the visual narration can be distributed depending upon the alignment with the images. However, there is no investigation found out to back up the aspect of distribution of visual narration (Kress & Leeuwen, 2006).
When the pace of narration is speeded up then many events can be shown to introduce sequences which may not be very important to the stories. Speedy and repetitive dialogues along with the images ...Show more