NARRATIVE PLOT OF THE APOCALYPSE

Young Jang

Abstract


Since Aristotle, the plot of a narrative has been defined by two characteristics – causality
and effects. The fivefold narrative-scheme (namely, constituents of a plot) proposed by
Van Dijk, may be very well applicable to the Apocalypse, reflecting the two essential
factors of its plot. The narrative plot consists of five phases – “introduction,” “setting,”
“complication,” “resolution” and “moral/coda.”

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/84-0-868

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