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which do you think?
D, im not sure
I think so too @misssunshinexxoxo is d correct?
Novels are long, usually with multiple chapters. Short stories are just that--short. They can be anywhere from 54 words, to 20 pages, to longer, but a novel is significantly longer. Novels, because they are longer, have the time to create more characters, multiple important events, and to go into more in-depth characterization. Short stories are usually more focused, centering on one major conflict, or relaying a large amount of time in a more distant and summarized manner.
Ok, most of the time short stories are written in first person and on the other hand most of all novels are third
A and D seem good choices
At a literary perspective, seems like A makes more sense to me.
thanks for the help @misssunshinexxoxo
I got B for the answer because in a short story the timeline isn't long enough to have a complicated plot. I have read many novels that use first person point of view, so A isn't the best choice and neither is C or D. All books have some form of the 5 phase plot diagram and in both novels and short stories the characters can be faced with large or small conflicts.
thank you, great explanation @marihelenh
thanks for answering (: @Keigh2015
B was the right answer