What type of plot structure allows authors to go into specific detail about key events and reveal more about the characters through their reactions to conflict?
Episodic plot structure
Parallel plot structure
In medias res
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just say yes or no
Well what you're going to want to do is look up the definitions of each of those on an online dictionary really.
Though I went ahead and got em for you
The Episodic plot structure is made up of a series of chapters or stories linked together by the same character, place, or theme but held apart by their individual plot, purpose, and subtext.
Parallel Plots: Plots in which each main character has a separate but related story line that merges in the end.
into the middle of a narrative; without preamble.
"having begun his story in medias res, he then interrupts it"
Flash forward is pretty much just like a flashback, but instead it's a glimpse of the future or kinda like a time skip.
So pretty much just look at those and you should have your answer.
I would think it's Parallel Plots because you get a first person view from each character, meaning you'd know how they felt inside their head and out.