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The denouement is the moment when all of the knots of a story are untied, But the denouement should not be confused with the end of a story.

that part of a play or story in which the mystery is cleared up
  The resolution-a look at the characters and situation after the climax
The part of the story that follows the climax and unravels the outcome of the events
Outcome or resolution of conflict- may be left to the reader to decide based on the evidence in the story
French for untying, it's the final element of the conflict in a plot See Resolution
the outcome of a complex sequence of events
A French word meaning "unknotting" or "unwinding," denouement refers to the outcome or result of a complex situation or sequence of events, which usually occurs toward the final stages of the plot It is the unraveling of the main dramatic complications in a play, novel or other work of literature In drama, the term is usually applied to tragedies or to comedies with catastrophes in their plot It usually takes place in the final chapter or scene, after the climax is over Usually the denouement ends as quickly as the writer can arrange it--for it occurs only after all the conflicts have been resolved
the final resolution of the main complication of a literary or dramatic work the outcome of a complex sequence of events
(3 syl ) The untying of a plot; the winding-up of a novel or play (French dénouer, to untie )
{i} final result, outcome, conclusion (in a novel, play, film, etc.)
\day-noo-MAWN\, noun: 1 The final resolution of the main complication of a literary or dramatic work 2 The outcome of a complex sequence of events
In a book, play, or series of events, the denouement is the sequence of events at the end, when things come to a conclusion. an unexpected denouement. the exciting last part of a story or play (dénouement )
(DAY-noo-mahn), comes AFTER a climax Is the final resolution or clarification of a dramatic or narrative plot For more, see Mechanical Deck
In a story, the resolution Generally, everything that comes after the climax For more details about various story points, see this essay on Story Structure
in a literary work, the final outcome or unraveling of the conflict
n the final outcome, result, or unraveling of the main dramatic complication in a play or other work of literature
The final scene or scenes in a play devoted to tying up the loose ends after the climax (although the word originally meant "the untying")
Definition: The end of the drama at which point all issues are resolved Example One: In the play "Trifles," the women hide the canary and the characters leave the farmhouse Example Two: In the play "The Brute," Smirnov and Popov end their differences and begin a romance Example Three: In the play "A Doll's House," Kristine and Krogstad find happiness with each other, Rank goes off to die, and Nora leaves Tovald Dues Ex Machina (Dana Garry) -Latin for "god from a machine" -In ancient Greek and Roman plays, a deity brought in by stage machinery to intervene in the action -Today it refers to any unconvincing character or event brought artificially into the plot of a story of drama to settle an involved situation Websters New World College Dictionary 3rd edition Examples
the final resolution of the main complication of a literary or dramatic work
(3 syl ) The untying of a plot; the winding-up of a novel or play (French dénouer, to untie )
dénouement
The conclusion or resolution of a plot
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