Michah is almost finished with his book. He has reached the resolution. What happens to the conflict in a story during the resolution?
The tension builds as the conflict becomes more evident.
The action of the story concludes, and the conflict is solved. <--?
The conflict lessens, and the author introduces the events that close the story.
It is the moment of greatest tension, and the conflict has almost been resolved.
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Resolution comes right after the falling action. Falling action happens right after the climax. Resolution is a nice way to conclude the story. Everything back in order, everything as happy as ever, everything resolved